|The Seattle Times
|The Seattle Times
|The Marijuana Project|
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|Gotta love Sheriff Steve Keane for speaking truth to power.|
‘Put the money where the problem is’
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|Nebula, available at Ann Arbor Wellness Collective, 321 E. Liberty Avenue, Suite 1.|
The Ann Arbor City Council voted unanimously at its August 15 meeting to establish an application fee of $600 for licenses to operate a medical marijuana dispensary in the Michigan city.
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|Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette hates medical marijuana, and he thinks you’re faking to get it.|
Michigan’s attorney general has been busily trying to dismantle the state’s medical marijuana law ever since it was passed by voters. Attorney General Bill Schuette announced legislative proposals on Wednesday targeting patients he claims are “exploiting” the law.
Changes to Washington state’s medical marijuana laws kick in today, Friday, July 22. But cities, counties, providers and patients are still trying to make sense of the new guidelines, a patchwork of confusing and often contradictory rules left by Governor Christine Gregoire’s hen-hearted line-item veto of legislation which would have regulated the shops.
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|James L. Kent, author of “Psychedelic Information Theory” and editor of dosenation.com|
Even a single, low-dose psychedelic experience can produce changes in identity and transpersonal awareness that last a lifetime. How and why does this happen?
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|Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna thinks fighting health care reform is a states’ rights issue — but he seems completely unwilling to defend the state’s medical marijuana law against the feds|
When 15 Democratic lawmakers in the Washington Legislature on Monday asked state Attorney General Rob McKenna for his opinion on several cannabis-related issues, his non-response only proved that the long-winded AG is capable of blathering on meaninglessly for six pages without ever actually saying anything.
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|The Washington Legislature is on the verge of gutting the state’s medical marijuana law, approved by voters in 1998. It’s time to make a phone call.|
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A bill has once again been introduced to the Washington Legislature which would legalize marijuana and allow it to be sold in state liquor stores.