Archive for March 14th, 2014
LA Weekly, 13 Mar 2014 – Four L.A. marijuana dispensaries were raided by DEA agents yesterday, a spokeswoman for the federal administration told the Weekly. Search warrants were served at the stores as well as at two homes connected to an investigation, said Sarah Pullen of the DEA.
The Maryland state Senate advanced a marijuana decriminalization measure on Friday.
The senate voted 36-8 on a Senate Bill 364, which would decrimi…
The most painful lesson from alcohol and tobacco control is that profit motive can trump all other concerns. The right preventive measures should be put in place early on, and then need to be vigorously defended against the tidal wave of deregulation, to strike the right balance between legal availability and protecting public health.
The Free Press, 12 Mar 2014 – ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A key Minnesota lawmaker said Tuesday she doesn’t see a path forward for legalizing medical marijuana after talks with law enforcement hit a standstill. Rep. Carly Melin said she had conceded to virtually all demands from law enforcement over the weekend but was still unable to get their support for her bill. Melin said she had no choice but to postpone a House committee hearing that would have been lawmakers’ second look at the issue.
SEATTLE (AP) — The FBI is refusing to run nationwide background checks on people applying to run legal marijuana businesses in Washington state, eve…
The Daily Tribune, 12 Mar 2014 – ST. PAUL — Despite gutting her medical marijuana bill over the weekend, Iron Range Rep. Carly Melin continues to be on the other side of Minnesota law enforcement, who remain staunchly opposed to her measure and with little middle ground to offer. Prohibiting the smoking on marijuana, adding seed and plant tracking systems, removing the ability to grow cannabis plants and siphoning excess revenue to law enforcement entities just weren’t enough to appease state law enforcement officials, Rep. Melin said on Tuesday.
Sentinel Review, 11 Mar 2014 – Application for Medical Marijuana Grow-Op Blandford- Blenheim may soon have its first ever medical marijuana grow-op if the application is approved by Health Canada. Blandford- Blenheim Mayor Marion Wearn said council received notice earlier this year that an application had been made for a medical marijuana grow operation on a farm property on County Road 29.
The DaVinci Vaporizer is the flagship model from a relatively new company that happens to go by the same name. It’s a portable size vape that fits in the palm of your hand, and just recently I was given one to review and report on. So, with the formalities out of the way, let’s begin […]
Kentucky’s state Senate voted unanimously Wednesday to advance a bill that allowing the use of marijuana oil to treat some cases of childhood epilepsy…
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