Gypsy Jane’s Cannabis Music Carnival in Denver
Sep30

Gypsy Jane’s Cannabis Music Carnival in Denver

What're you doing this weekend?  Want to get your blunt lit by a fire breather and then watch Snoop Dogg and Tha Dogg Pound do their thing?  Oh, that's not that appealing to you?  Well, Tyga, French Montana, Warren G, E-40, Too $hort, and Xzibit might be sad you didn't show up... yeah, they'll be there too! But what exactly is a "Cannabis Music Carnival"? CANNABIS Well, for starters, since it's hosted in Colorado, if you're 21 you're...

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Wyclef Jean Wrote Mike Dunafon’s Campaign Song
Sep30

Wyclef Jean Wrote Mike Dunafon’s Campaign Song

Colorado is electing a governor in a few weeks.  Here's an interesting independent, pro-cannabis candidate with an official campaign song.  Enjoy.  

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New Normal:  Cannabis Less Harmful Than Alcohol
Sep30

New Normal: Cannabis Less Harmful Than Alcohol

Another poll finds a "new normal" has emerged.     Younger voters overwhelmingly agree that marijuana is less damaging to society than is alcohol, according to the findings of a Rare.us/Gravis Marketing poll released last week. Among those voters between 18 and 40 years of age, 47 percent ranked alcohol as the most harmful substance to society, well ahead of both tobacco (27 percent) and cannabis (13 percent). (Thirteen...

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Companies From Canada And Florida Collaborate On Superior Meds
Sep29

Companies From Canada And Florida Collaborate On Superior Meds

      http://us.cdn2.123rf.com/168nwm/argus456/argus4560909/argus456090900315/5598560-glowing-leaf-on-a-bright-blue-background.jpg  Known for bringing pharmaceutical industry precision to the development and production of medical cannabis, a Florida company named AltMed has signed a Strategic Alliance Agreement with Vida Cannabis, a company from Canada.  The two companies will work together regarding research, quality assurance, and...

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Snoop Talks to Charlo Greene
Sep29

Snoop Talks to Charlo Greene

The lady made a splash when she quit on-air. Now, she's talking.  

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Re-Legalization = $3B Tax Revenue Annually
Sep29

Re-Legalization = $3B Tax Revenue Annually

Let's take a look at the tax implications of nationwide re-legalization.   Legalizing the retail production and sale of cannabis in the United States would yield over $3 billion in annual tax revenue, according to an analysis published this week by the personal finance website, NerdWallet.com. Authors provided a state-by-state economic analysis, taking into account available data estimating marijuana use rates (for those age 25...

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