|Bartkowicz in the midst of giving the ill-advised interview which destroyed everything for which he had worked so hard|
A Colorado man accused of running an illegal marijuana grow operation in his basement will likely appear later this week in federal court after a raid took place at his Highlands Ranch home.
|“What do you mean, what would I do for a lighter?”|
Marijuana activist/visionary Rob Griffin set the standard, simply because he was there before almost anyone else. When he launched 420 Girls in 1993, there weren’t any other sites centered around photos of naked women smoking weed.
|Photo: Dakta Green|
|Dakta Green: “I will never stop campaigning to free cannabis users from these harsh and unfair laws”|
Television New Zealand is investigating an allegation that its staff smoked cannabis while visiting Waitangi with marijuana law reform advocates.
|Photo: Penny Ingram Vaughan|
|Members of Alabamians for Compassionate Care rally for medical marijuana in Birmingham, Saturday, February 13|
About two dozen members of Alabamians for Compassionate Care, a medical marijuana advocacy group, staged a march and rally in Birmingham Saturday afternoon.
|Photo: 9 News|
|Chris Bartkowicz in his $500,000 basement grow operation, just hours before his loose lips sunk the ship|
Federal Drug Enforcement Administration agents have raided a Highlands Ranch, Colorado home just hours after a television news story teaser aired in which the homeowner boasted of $400,000 profits he hoped to garner this year from his medical marijuana grow operation.
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) is obviously targeting a legal medical marijuana delivery service in Orange County — and then lying about it.
|Michael Lee’s lab, Genovations, was raided Thursday by the DEA — for trying to become legal.|
|Photo: Long Beach Marijuana Collective|
The Long Beach, California City Council is moving towards passing rules for medical marijuana businesses, but some local dispensaries are worried that the balance is shifting too far in the direction of unnecessary regulation, like the ordinance recently passed in Los Angeles.
|Graphic: Doc Herbalist|
The owner of a Fresno medical marijuana dispensary posted $5,000 bail and got out of jail Wednesday after he promised to show back up in Fresno County Superior Court for his arraignment on charges of violating a court order to stop selling pot.