|Dude. Back slowly away from the cookies.|
A California man who started acting weird on a cross-country flight Sunday is facing federal charges of interfering with the flight. He claims he’d had too many cannabis cookies.
|Pot charges don’t go away, even after 30 years.|
A 74-year-old woman from Hamilton, Ontario who attempted to cross the U.S./Canadian border into New York earlier this week was arrested when a officials discovered a marijuana charge from 1980.
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|New Mexico: Land of Enchantment. And, well, taxing the sick.|
New Mexico’s Legislature has been looking mighty hungrily at the state’s medical marijuana program as a source of tax revenue. But according the state’s Tax and Revenue Department, such a tax could cause patients to turn to the black market.
The auditorium was packed Tuesday, but only five people voiced their opinions on the proposed tightening of Rhode Island’s medical marijuana law during a public hearing held by the Department of Health.
|Photo: Kansas City Pitch|
|Hey, let’s outlaw everything that even looks a little like marijuana!|
|If you see this vehicle, do NOT, I repeat do NOT, flag it down and try to buy pot anymore. Dude got busted.|
An Illinois police sergeant is facing multiple felony charges after he allegedly used a squad car to deliver marijuana while on duty.
|Graphic: OC Weekly|
|Vegas loves a drunk… But not so much a pothead.|
Sin City loves a drunk, but it’s apparently not nearly as fond of stoners.
|Graphic: ABC News|
|If you voted for marijuana as a CitizenTube question, then your vote didn’t count.|
|Indoor marijuana grow in Minnesota. Thanks to Governor Tim Pawlenty’s veto, patients still have to break the law to use medical cannabis.|
With Minnesota’s legislative session set to begin this week, the author of last year’s medical marijuana bill said he doubts he will introduce another bill this year.
|Graphic: Reality Catcher|
|If you’re a marijuana dispensary operator, Wells Fargo now says your money’s not green enough. Or maybe too green. Anyway, they don’t want your business.|
Wells Fargo — which, according to medical marijuana dispensary owners, was the only bank in Colorado which wanted their business — has stopped opening new accounts for dispensaries.