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  • Cannabis on Native American Reservations...
    by CRA-z on May 7, 2015 at 2:37 PM
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    by Cannabusiness Report and Ryan Nerz

    While covering marijuana culture in Washington state, Fusion's cannabis correspondent Ryan Nerz decided to investigate a topic he'd been curious about for a while: What's happening with weed on Native American Reservations?

    There's not much info about it on the interwebs. And yet, many Americans assume the trademark Native American peace pipe has always been filled with that peaceful herb. But Native American author, attorney, and activist Gyasi Ross stepped in to dispel the old peace pipe rumor and explain that Washington state's tribes are almost unilaterally differing from the rest of the state, which has legalized recreational marijuana.

    Why can tribes make their own laws, which sometimes contradict state laws? Sovereignty, says Gyasi. We've been here for thousands of years. We've been here when here wasn't here. We can make our own laws.

    Credit: Ryan Nerz, C.J. Dominguez, Sebastian Perry, and Darwin Phillips

  • Congressman Destroys War on Marijuana in...
    by CRA-z on May 6, 2015 at 8:11 PM
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    Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) details how marijuana prohibition has been a "spectacular failure" and previews reform legislation he will soon introduce. Check out to see more politicians who know it's time for change.


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  • ALL for ONE - Addey Lane
    by CRA-z on April 23, 2015 at 2:34 AM
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    Music video by Addey Lane Performing "ALL for ONE", 2014

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    Legalizing cannabis is one of the hottest topics in the U.S. today. Marijuana has been persecuted & slandered through the years by those w/ ulterior motives, protecting investments & stocks in competing industries. Two people can be credited w/ cementing the negative connotation associated w/ marijuana, helping to keep it illegal in the U.S.; William Randolph Hearst & Harry J. Anslinger. Hearst spread lies & fear through his publications like The New York Journal, to not only protect his lumber industry, but to up his newspaper sales.

    Harry J. Anslinger was the 1st commissioner of the U.S. Treasury Department's Federal Bureau of Narcotics. These 2 might have started the anti-cannabis movement, but it's somehow managed to stay upheld for more than 80 years. "All for One" is a song to kick start the pro cannabis movement, & give it a place in Pop Culture, reaching those who wouldn't normally pay attention.

    This is crucial in the fight to win back what's been taken away: The right to use cannabis (a natural gift) in all the ways it was made for; fuel, food, medicine, textiles, paper, housing, oil, inspiration, & so much more. This is "All for One".

  • CNN Weed 3
    by CRA-z on April 20, 2015 at 11:13 PM
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  • New Study marijuana kills cancer cells a...
    by CRA-z on April 13, 2015 at 2:05 PM
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    Hey it’s Godfrey Hobs Canadian News here. There’s been some very interesting cannabis related news recently coming out of a surprising source the United States Federal government. More specifically, this news came from NIDA or the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

    NIDA, or the National Institute on Drug Abuse is a United States federal-government research institute whose mission is to "lead the Nation in bringing the power of science to bear on drug abuse and addiction.”

    Recently they have certainly been successful in some parts of their mission. A NIDA study found some interesting results recently. One of their reports, updated in April 2015, cautiously admitted that marijuana is capable of killing certain cancer cells. You heard that correctly. Marijuana is capable of killing certain cancer cells. Here’s a look at the exact quote from the report:

    “recent animal studies have shown that marijuana can kill certain cancer cells and reduce the size of others. Evidence from one animal study suggests that extracts from whole-plant marijuana can shrink one of the most serious types of brain tumors. Research in mice showed that these extracts, when used with radiation, increased the cancer-killing effects of the radiation.”

    Cannabis in the United States is federally considered to have no medicinal value despite being legal in several states and having medicinal status in many others. Cannabis is currently a schedule one drug in the US meaning that it is considered, by the federal government anyways, to have no medicinal value.

    Earlier in February, the U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy stated, “We have some preliminary data showing that for certain medical conditions and symptoms, that marijuana can be helpful. I think that we have to use that data to drive policymaking.”

    Very few news outlets are reporting this story. Most of the news sites that are reporting it seem to stick to the line that the United States should reschedule cannabis to a schedule 2 drug – acknowledging the medical benefits it has.

    To me the big take away from the story though is the fact that cannabis can be good for your health in some circumstances. Earlier this year the Conservative government of Canada spent more than $7 million on a 12-week anti-drug advertising campaign which included an anti-marijuana TV commercial. 7 million amounts to more than Health Canada spent on advertising for all of its programs and services combined in the previous 2013-14 fiscal year. Is this really where our money needs to be spent? An opinion poll conducted for the federal government less than a year ago found that over 2 thirds of Canadians want marijuana laws changed.

    So what do you think of this story? Does it shock you that a federal research institute in the United States would come out saying that cannabis can be good for your health in some circumstances? Should Canada change its drug laws? Let me know your thoughts in the comments. Thanks for watching. Please don’t forget to like and favorite this video and of course, subscribe to Godfrey Hobs.

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  • Marijuana Dispensaries To Display Warnin...
    by CRA-z on April 7, 2015 at 1:52 PM
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    Lawmakers will continue to debate a proposal that would require retail pot shops and medical marijuana dispensaries to post a warning to pregnant women about the potential risks of marijuana.

    source:  CBS, Denver

    The bill is in its third and final reading in the the state House before it heads to the Senate.

    An earlier version of the bill was rejected amid disagreement over how to describe the risk marijuana poses to unborn and nursing children. The version approved Monday directs state health authorities to come up with warnings. The exact language of the signs hasn’t been determined.

    The bill had bipartisan support but some opposition. Some wondered whether the requirement would violate the voters’ direction to regulate marijuana like alcohol. Although liquor products must include warnings for pregnant women, liquor stores aren’t required to post warnings in Colorado.

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  • Aphria Medical Marijuana to double its L...
    by CRA-z on April 2, 2015 at 1:17 PM
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    One of Canada's licensed medical marijuana facilities will double in size this summer, a year after Health Canada radically changed industry rules. Aphria Medical Marijuana cultivates 17,000 marijuana plants in a 3,000-square-metre facility operating in Leamington, Ont., south of Windsor. By summer, it will be twice that size and operating in two buildings, rather than one. article

  • 400 pounds of marijuana chocolate bars s...
    by CRA-z on March 23, 2015 at 10:07 AM
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    LAFAYETTE COUNTY, Mo. — Authorities seized 400 lbs of chocolate bars containing edible marijuana that were hidden inside boxes in a car they stopped Tuesday, Feb. 24, at mile marker 40 on eastbound I-70. The Missouri state trooper stopped the 2015 Infiniti QX60 for a traffic violation, and during the traffic stop, authorities say the driver had inconsistent answers and his behavior seemed deceptive.

    The trooper asked for consent to search the vehicle because the suspect’s story didn’t add up and when it was granted, the trooper located the marijuana chocolate inside boxes in the cargo area of the vehicle.

    Jeffrey J. Woo, 42, from Ladera Ranch, California, was arrested for possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance and transported to the Lafayette County Jail. The arrest happened at about 3:35 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.

    Police said the chocolate bars were transferred to highway patrol headquarters in Lee’s Summit, where they are locked up in an evidence room.

    “These edibles that we are seeing look like regular chocolate bars, look like regular candy bars, look like regular food, and we’re worried,: Sgt. Collin Stosberg said. “Our main concern is obviously getting in the hands of our children, and these THC levels in these edibles are at an all time high.”

    The chocolate bars resembled regular chocolate bars with flavors such as bacon, peanut butter and jelly swirl.

  • "Dude, Where are my rolling papers?"
    by CRA-z on March 16, 2015 at 7:55 PM
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    An insightful look at illicit drugs in the UK and the USA, Told through history by comedian Eddie Griffin and then gets on the streets with law enforcement in the UK as they deal with the 'problem'. And then the stark contrast in perception of 'illicit' drugs depending on where you are on this planet.

  • Neterlands Government Crackdown on Marij...
    by CRA-z on March 16, 2015 at 4:34 PM
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    The Netherlands — and in particular its capital, Amsterdam — has long been thought to have some of the world's most liberal marijuana policies. But today, the country's government is clamping down on the weed industry. Police are raiding growers far more often, authorities are requiring "weed passes" to discourage marijuana tourism, and unprecedented numbers of so-called “coffeeshops” — where the sale of small amounts of marijuana is tolerated — are being forced to shut down.

    VICE News visited Amsterdam to see what effects the new restrictions are having. After speaking to coffeeshop owners — one of whom has to close his shop because he's technically too close to a school — we went to a weed festival and visited the home and greenhouse of Doede de Jong, one of the country's few outspoken growers.

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  • Testing Our Cannabis
    by CRA-z on February 24, 2015 at 3:53 PM
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  • Bill Maher Calls For Marijuana Legalizat...
    by CRA-z on February 21, 2015 at 9:00 PM
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    In case you didn't know, Bill Maher thinks it's time marijuana had its day in the sun. The comedian addressed the discriminatory nature of current U.S. weed laws on "Real Time With Bill Maher" on Friday night.

    While this time he didn't have Zach Galifianakis on hand to light up a joint, he had plenty to say about the broken system. "We should at least be honest with our kids and tell them the truth about drug laws in this country," he said. "Kids, if you're gonna experiment, make absolutely certain that beforehand your parents are white and well-connected." He went on to call for both the legalization of marijuana and Presidential pardons for Americans serving jail time for non-violent drug offenses. "It's pot's turn," he said.

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