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Archive for March, 2014


   Mar 31

How Will Drought in California Affect the Cannabis Industry?

Sensi Seeds, Seshata, March 24th, 2014  Ongoing severe drought in California is currently threatening the state’s cannabis harvest, which is the lifeblood of the thriving and highly profitable medical cannabis industry. Here, we take a closer look at its environmental causes, and how we can strategize to avoid future issues. Present drought worst in recorded history This […]

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   Mar 30

420 Tax Service Busted for Dealing Weed

High Times, Mike Adams, March 25th, 2014  It is possible the business name was meant to attract stoners looking to use tax refunds to finance fat sacks of weed, but then again, maybe it was intended to be a clever storefront calling card for the procrastinating taxpayer needing to file a return five days past […]

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   Mar 29

Congress Yawns at Colorado Delegation’s Marijuana Banking Bill

Denver Post, Kate Gibbons and Alison Noon, March 20th, 2014  As cannabis workers carry cash by the briefcase throughout Colorado, the lack of interest in Washington suggests that a bill to green-light banking practices for the marijuana industry is headed nowhere fast. Federal legislation that could end cash-only practices in the marijuana industry will likely […]

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   Mar 27

ACLU: Steep Drop in Pot Cases Has Freed Resources

Washington Times, Gene Johnson, March 19th, 2014  A steep drop in the number of misdemeanor marijuana possession charges filed against adults over 21 in Washington state after legalization shows the new law is freeing up court and law enforcement resources to deal with other issues, a primary backer of the law said Wednesday. The state […]

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   Mar 26

Wednesday’s with Larijuana March 26th Edition

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   Mar 25

Anti-Drug Group Concedes That Marijuana Legalization ‘Is Happening In America’

Huffington Post, Shadee Ashtari, March 24th, 2014  The CEO of Partnership at Drugfree.org, best known for its 1980s “Your brain on drugs” ads, conceded during an interview with Advertising Age published Mondaythat the legalization of recreational marijuana in the U.S. “is happening.” After successful legalization efforts in Colorado and Washington, the 28-year old group, formerly known as Partnership for […]

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   Mar 24

Stoners Have Better Cognition Than Non-Smokers

High Times, Mike Adams, March 17th, 2014  Historically, marijuana use has been linked to the deterioration of young brains that often leads to burnout behavior. However, a new study of college students suggests quite the contrary: smoking weed may actually provide a certain level of increased brainpower. According to researchers from the University of Minnesota, consuming marijuana […]

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   Mar 23

Federal Government Signs Off On Study Using Marijuana To Treat Veterans’ PTSD

Associated Press, Matthew Perrone, March 17th, 2014  The federal government has signed off on a long-delayed study looking at marijuana as a treatment for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder, a development that drug researchers are hailing as a major shift in U.S. policy. The Department of Health and Human Services’ decision surprised marijuana advocates who […]

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   Mar 22

The DEA Isn’t Destroying As Much Weed As It Used To

Huffington Post, Ryan J. Reilly, March 17th, 2014  WASHINGTON — The Drug Enforcement Administration destroyed fewer marijuana plants in 2012 and 2013 combined than it did in 2010 alone, according to newly available statistics, although officials did not suggest this was an agency goal. The DEA destroyed 4,395,240 plants in 2013, up slightly from the […]

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   Mar 21

First-Ever Denver Cannabis Job Fair Had Huge Attendance

Denver Business Journal, Caitlin Hendee, March 14th, 2014 Cannabis consumers seeking employment found their mecca Thursday at the first ever marijuana-themed job fair that took place in downtown Denver. And there were a lot of them. Over 1,240 people with varying levels of expertise attended the fair seeking to match their skills with one of the […]

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