Green Crack Marijuana Strain Review And Pictures

Green Crack Cannabis Strain Review And Pictures Green Crack was originally bred in Athens, GA in the 1970s with the birth name of Cush. It was later renamed “Green Crack” by none other than Snoop Dogg because of its extreme

Florida Political Heavyweight Backing Medical Marijuana Measure

So much crazy news seems to emanate from Florida, that it is great to report about positive developments for the cannabis community coming out of the state. Florida personal injury attorney John Morgan, a longtime financial backer of former Governor Charlie Crist, could

Second DEA Raid On Michigan Medical Marijuana Facilities In Same Week

Drug Enforcement Agency Special Agent Rich Isaacson confirms this week’s second raid on a medical marijuana distribution center in southeastern Michigan. Bazonzoes, located on West Maple Rd in Walled Lake, was served a state-issued search warrant by DEA Agents in association

Initiative Campaign To Legalize Cannabis Launched In Wyoming

The newly-formed Wyoming chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) has launched an initiative drive aimed at legalizing cannabis in one of the most conservative states in the nation. “We don’t like being told what to do by the federal

Norway Greens Call For State Marijuana Production

The Norwegian Green Party is calling for “state-controlled production and sale of cannabis,” as well as the decriminalization of possession for all drugs. The call comes as the party releases its platform ahead of elections set for September. Norway’s Greens are not a

Sour Diesel Marijuana Strain Review And Pictures

Sour Diesel Cannabis Review And Pictures A sativa-dominant hybrid, Sour Diesel has a Diesel / candy-like smell and a very distinct taste. Great for energy and focus, and works well in the daytime when you have to get things done.

UN Drug Agencies Fret Over Uruguay Marijuana Vote

Wednesday night’s vote in the Uruguayan chamber of deputies to approve a state-run marijuana commerce would make the South American nation the first to create legal pot markets, and that’s making United Nations anti-drug bureaucracies nervous. Both the International Narcotics

Medical Marijuana $2 Bill Program Gains A National Following

+FLINT- It started with an idea, which became a series of conversations, which evolved into a press release and an article in the Detroit Free Press. From that point on, Michigan’s $2 bill program to illustrate the economic impact of the marijuana

Marijuana (THC) Skin Cream Can Fight Allergies

A new study being published the journal Allergy has found that THC skin cream can combat certain allergies, in part because it has anti-inflammatory capabilities. According to researchers, “Topical THC application effectively decreased contact allergic ear swelling and myeloid immune cell infiltration not only

Humboldt: More than 50 environmental violations found in 1,900-plant bust; more charges possible

More than 65 additional charges — the bulk of which are for alleged environmental offenses — are being sought against a Kneeland couple arrested on suspicion of marijuana cultivation following a search that yielded more than 1,900 plants, officials said

16K plants found at poisoned pot grows; Sheriff: ‘Enough to kill armies of rodents’


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More than 16,000 marijuana plants and enough poison to kill more than 750 black bears were found this week during eradication efforts near Willow Creek, Hoopa Valley and Orleans, officials announced Thursday. ”What they’re finding is pretty astounding,” Humboldt

Humboldt: Guilty plea in Garberville weapons cache case

Garberville gunsA Garberville man linked by authorities to a backroads chase and a cavern cache of over 100 firearms will see state prison time as part of a plea deal reached Thursday with the Humboldt County District Attorney’s Office. Appearing in

Colorado a major exporter of illegally grown marijuana

marijuana growingColorado has become a major exporter of illegally grown marijuana to the rest of the country, according to a new report by a network of law enforcement organizations. Last year, police across the country made at least 274 highway seizures

Slight increase in crimes near Denver medical-marijuana dispensaries

 

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Slight increase in crimes near Denver medical-marijuana dispensaries Nearly one-third of the crimes committed in Denver occur within 1,000 feet of a medical marijuana dispensary, according to new statistics provided by the city Wednesday. Overall, crime near dispensaries rose slightly

Public MJ Use is Illegal but Seldom Punished

Denver police have written more tickets for public marijuana use so far this year than in all of 2012, but the crime is rarely punished, according to new statistics from the city. Though Colorado voters in November legalized marijuana use

Quinn To Sign Medical Marijuana Bill Thursday

gil grow opGov. Pat Quinn will sign a bill into law Thursday legalizing the use of marijuana for medical purposes in Illinois at an event at the University of Chicago, two state government sources told the Tribune today. Supporters say the four-year

Headband Marijuana Strain Review And Pictures

Headband Cannabis Strain Review And Pictures Headband is a combination of OG Kush, Master Kush, and Sour Diesel that provides a smooth and pleasant tasting smoke. Good for pain relief, relaxing, and relieving stress. “Date Acquired: June 29, 2011 Grade:

Former Law Enforcement Officials Applaud Uruguay’s Marijuana Legalization Efforts

MONTEVIDEO-A bill that would legalize and regulate marijuana, putting it under strict governmental control, passed the lower house of the Uruguayan legislature last night and is expected to pass the Senate and be signed by President Jose Mujica in coming

NORML Women’s Alliance Of Canada Campaign

The NORML Women’s Alliance of Canada has a new campaign in which they are encouraging citizens to seek out their Member of Parliament and ask them their position on the legalization of cannabis (normlwomen.ca/meeting_your_mp). We think it is a great

Another Ugly Moment For US’ War Against Marijuana Consumers

By Allen St. Pierre, NORML Executive Director In what can only be described as a horrible tragedy for college student Daniel Chong-as well as for the American taxpayer-the Department of Justice’s Drug Enforcement Administration has agreed to pay $4.1 million