|Graphic: Reality Catcher|
A terminally ill woman in Michigan is being evicted from her apartment for legally using medical marijuana to treat the painful symptoms of her advanced brain cancer.
|Industrial hemp contains almost no THC, and is useless for getting high. It is, however, extremely useful for food, fiber, and fuel.|
|Full Spectrum Laboratories: Finally, a more detailed analysis of marijuana than, “That’s good shit, man!”|
One of the biggest question marks with the medical marijuana industry is the lack of quality control. As Joel Warner points out at Westword, it’s difficult to know just how potent herbal medicines and edibles are until you use them.
|Attorneys Bob Hoban (left) and Rob Corry, joined by patients, speak at a news conference about the CannaMart lawsuit.|
Breaking Update: Judge delays any decision until after Christmas
|Illustration: Joe McGarry|
|Long Beach Police maybe want to join the DEA, since they seem to be enforcing federal laws.|
Police said Tuesday that search warrants were served at 15 dispensaries in and around Long Beach, Calif., last week in connection with an investigation into the “illegal sale of marijuana.”
The Marijuana Policy Project recently hired Kurt A. Gardinier to be the organization’s new director of communications. Gardinier joined MPP earlier this month and officially took the reins from Bruce Mirken Tuesday.
|Photo Courtesy Stoney McStonerson|
|Stoney: “You can save yourself a ton of pain if you just SHINE.”|
Colorado’s Stoney Haze McStonerson is proof that not only can marijuana activists be intelligent and effective — they can also be quite easy on the eyes.
Dude… sweet. I knew there was something special happening last night when I obliterated those Hostess Cupcakes.
|Industrial hemp being harvested|
Uruguay has pulled into the lead in becoming the first country in South America to authorize the cultivation of industrial hemp, Paula Alvarado reports at Treehugger.com.
|“Make sure it’s all there, man.”|
A King County judge has ordered the Washington State Patrol to return nine ounces of medical marijuana to an authorized patient.