|Photo: Beverly Hills NORML|
The California Marijuana Report™, a cutting edge report for the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws featuring California cannabis news, music and culture, has joined forces with Beverly Hills NORML.
Dude… This story’s probably gonna make you feel better about yourself, because you are so much more together than the idiot in Flagstaff, Arizona, who busted into a head shop and stole $300 worth of fake weed Monday night.
|Encycloweedia works with all iPhones and iPod Touches running version 2.0 software or later.|
A Dallas architecture company found business to be a little too slow for their liking. Unlike many others, they did something creative — and lucrative — about it. They created “Encycloweedia,” an iPhone app that serves as a one-stop resource for potheads.
If you’re a legal medical marijuana patient in Washington and you thought your doctor’s recommendation protected you from search or arrest, you’re wrong. According to a new court ruling, you can be arrested and hauled into court every time an officer smells pot at your home — even if you are complying with the law.
|Photo: puffpuffere, forum.grasscity.com|
|Imagine the concept: You and your doctor, rather than the Legislature, deciding how much medicine you need.|
The California Supreme Court has struck down limits on how much medical marijuana patients can possess and cultivate.
|Graphic: The Seattle Times|
The Legislature in Washington state displayed a trait Wednesday for which they are becoming well known: spinelessness, especially when it comes to marijuana law reform.
|WAMM grows medical marijuana for terminally ill patients.|
A case which could have far reaching implications in patient access to medical marijuana is coming back to court for a settlement hearing on Friday.
|Seattleites protest marijuana laws in the annual Marijuana March, May 2008.|
As promised, Seattle’s new city attorney is dismissing marijuana possession cases.
|Photo: Safe Access San Diego|
|Tiffani Kjeldergaard got her bongs and pipes back from the cops. Now her lawyer is filing a motion to get the pot back, too.|
On January 19, a San Diego medical marijuana patient got her bongs back from the police, winning a seven-month battle after the bongs were seized in June 2009.
|Photo: Alachua County Jail|
|Robert Michael Grady, Jr. tried to eat his marijuana; now he’s charged with felony tampering instead of misdemeanor possession|
A Florida man who was pulled over for not using his turn signal ended up in jail for allegedly trying to eat a handful of marijuana.