Patient advocacy group Americans for Safe Access (ASA) recently discovered that a second patient at has been denied a transplant in the past year because of their medical marijuana use. In response, ASA sent a letter today to the Cedars-Sinai Transplant Center on behalf of Toni Trujillo, a qualified medical marijuana patient who was removed from the kidney transplant list earlier this year. Trujillo has had kidney problems for most of her life and has been on dialysis for the past 5 years, ever since an existing kidney transplant began failing.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Heather Donahue correctly predicts in her new book Growgirl that the words "Blair Witch Project" would appear on the cover, over her objections.
The Discovery Channel announced today that it will produce a reality series about Oakland's Harborside Health Center, the nation's largest medical cannabis dispensary.
Megan Fox desperately wants to buy some weed -- but only if she can get it legally. In a seriously blunt conversation with GQ, the 23-year-old swore that if the U.S. Gub'ment legalized the sticky stuff, she'd be the "first person in line to buy a pack of joints."
Federal drug enforcement agents Tuesday raided two West Hollywood medical marijuana stores in the first such action in the city since the Obama administration decided two years ago to take a hands-off approach to dispensaries that abide by state laws.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Award-winning blogger Ellen Komp honors US Women's History Month with a look at some Very Important Pothead girls who love ganga.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Vote Dana! Cannabis activist turned political candidate Dana Larsen has announced that legendary Canadian filmmaker Tommy Chong will perform at a fundraiser for Larsen's BC NDP leadership campaign on MONDAY, MARCH 7 at the Rio Theatre in Vancouver.
Lady Gaga, Seth Rogen, Zach Galifianakis: Why are so many stars being honest about lighting up?
Kevin Smith's "Zack and Miri Make a Porno" stumbled at the box office — it debuted with a meager $10 million — and thrust the writer/director into an emotional crisis of the why-am-I-on-this-planet variety, but the comedy did bestow one gift on its creator: marijuana.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Academy Award-winning Hollywood icon Jack Nicholson criticized America's War on Drugs in a recent interview with a British newspaper, and said he still smokes marijuana.