|Cannabis Therapy Institute|
|Federal Art Project|
“A weed is a flower, too, once you get to know it.” ~ Eeyore from “Winnie The Pooh”
|Compassion and common sense: a good combination in La Puente|
In an inspiring show of common sense, the La Puente, Calif., City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to allow six medical marijuana dispensaries to open.
|Green Kross Cooperative|
|Another casualty of D.A. Bonnie Dumanis’ medical marijuana crackdown, in which she invites federal DEA agents to thwart the will of the people of California|
A San Diego medical marijuana dispensary owner pleaded guilty Thursday to three federal charges.
|Cannabinated Colorado: Medical marijuana regulations are coming to the Mile High State.|
Two Colorado legislators today unveiled their plan for regulating medical marijuana in the state via an extraordinary guest editorial in The Denver Post.
|Graphic: Clint JCL|
Self-proclaimed “marijuana minister” Steven Swallick of Brevard County, Fla., was sentenced today to two years in prison.
|Photo: Public Domain|
|Federal government pot farm at the University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS. Under Washington state’s proposed legalization bill, pot would be grown by state-licensed farmers and sold only through state liquor stores.|
Washington state pot advocates who thought they had to choose between a marijuana decrim bill ($100 fine for under 40 grams) and the status quo (including a mandatory night in jail for possessing any amount) just got another choice. A state lawmaker introduced a bill Monday to legalize marijuana in the state.
|Spend those government checks wisely.|
A jailed marijuana grower in the United Kingdom was given a government “crisis” loan after his release from jail — which he then used to set up another pot farm.
|Graphic: Jim Wheeler|
|Safe access to marijuana remains a distant dream to many patients — even in states which have legalized medical use|
One by one, the lights are winking out. In city after city, town after town, in states where medical marijuana is now legal, patients who had dared hope they would at last have safe access to the medicine recommended by their doctors are having those hopes dashed.