GroSkool 2.0:  Grow’em Big!
Aug01

GroSkool 2.0: Grow’em Big!

It seems reasonably certain that in our re-legalized future home growing will be allowed.  For reasons never entirely clear, a six-plant-three-in-flower garden is becoming the standard.  Nevada's proposition for a twelve-plant-garden would be much easier to manage.  But, okay, six plants means when I flower them my girls have to be BIG.  Look here: The premise of the home grow is to be able to feed your own head, along with all heads...

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Master Bong & The Lava Lamp Bong
Jul31

Master Bong & The Lava Lamp Bong

Let's join Master Bong as he opens a new toy. https://youtu.be/En9kfvsGMqM   [Image via: Google images "Master Bong"]

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Washington Adopts “Open Container” Law for Cannabis
Jul30

Washington Adopts “Open Container” Law for Cannabis

  Many states are starting to treat cannabis like alcohol. For alcohol, in most places, the law is "no open containers in a moving vehicle." This should not come as a surprise.   Recent legislation in Washington limits how one may possess marijuana while in a moving vehicle. Section 8 of House Bill 1276 establishes a so-called “open container law for marijuana.” The statute defines any consumption of marijuana while in a...

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U.S. Senators Call for MMJ Research
Jul28

U.S. Senators Call for MMJ Research

  After many years of Grassroots' demand for medical marijuana research, we are finally hearing those calls echoed from on-high -- no pun intended. Here's more:   On July 9, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), along with Senators Cory Booker (D-NJ), Barbara Boxer (D-CA), Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), Edward Markey (D-MA), Jeff Merkley (D-OR), Barbara Mikulski (D-MD), and Ron Wyden (D-OR), sent a formal letter to representatives of...

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Cannabis and the 2016 Election
Jul28

Cannabis and the 2016 Election

Here's a brief summary of the coming election. We have work to do.   We have a moment now to take advantage of the Presidential stage and make real strides in legitimizing cannabis across the country. There are bills currently in Congress to open the industry up to banking, to ease the tax burdens for business owners, or do both of these things while rescheduling the plant entirely. But, unless these bills can be shown to have...

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