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WATCH: Guy gives away free weed for those in desperate need.

Free weed? This is the kind of charity we love to see! Watch one man hand out sandwich bags full of marijuana, a vat of which he carries around in a large plastic bag and refers to as ‘bammer’ — despite claiming its crystal-y quality. He times his marijuana distribution a couple days after ‘Welfare Wednesday’ when people in need will ...

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Marijuana giveaway and smokeout event to celebrate legalization

On July 1, recreational marijuana will officially be legal in Oregon. Some kind of celebration, a commemoration of the occasion, was inevitable. But that party won’t come from the usual suspects in Portland. Hempstalk, the time-honored yet controversial cannabis fair, was denied a permit this year. High Times, which brings its Cannabis Cup events to cities around the world, has struggled to ...

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VIDEO: How to Make Perfect Cannabutter

Are you looking to make some tasty treats? Bud butter, or cannabutter is a vital ingredient in most marijuana recipes. Bud butter can be used in any recipe that calls for butter or oil. Edibles expert and chef Melissa Parks shows you how to prepare and store cannabutter for use in your recipes.

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VIDEO: Cops Raid Marijuana Dispensary, Destroy Surveillance Equipment, Eat Pot Brownies, Joke About Assaulting Amputee

Cops in Santa Ana, California, donned ski masks to break and enter into a local medical marijuana dispensary, raiding it with guns drawn in a May 27 police action. They then proceeded to remove surveillance cameras and recording equipment, but they didn’t remove it all. Video from a camera they didn’t disable also caught the officers eating what appear to ...

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What Does Banning Farts Have to Do with Cannabis?

By Rebecca Kelley — A concerned citizen wants Pendleton, Oregon to add smelly farts to the city’s nuisance code. If you think I’m high from too much Sour Diesel and are wondering what the hell flatulence has to do with cannabis, bear with me, it gets good (and weird). In the wake of Oregon passing a recreational cannabis act last November, the city of Pendleton ...

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IRS Approves First Church Of Cannabis. What’s Next For Cannabis?

Welcome to the First Church of Cannabis Inc., approved by Indiana’s Secretary of State under its controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Even bigger that state law approval, the church has even been granted tax-exempt status by the IRS. Tea Party conservatives evidently had a lot more trouble with their tax exemption applications. The stated intent of the upstart church is “to start ...

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It’s Time to Strike The Racist “M” Word From Our Vocabulary

Why do we use the term “marijuana” so freely and abundantly? The word “marijuana” or “marihuana” in the 1930’s was a word that expressed contempt and disapproval for the plant which has played a key role in creating the negative stigma that still tragically clings to this holistic, herbal medicine. Most cannabis users today recognize the “M word” as offensive, once ...

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Sheriffs Say Cannabis Legalization Should Be Overturned Because It Makes Them Uncomfortable

Six Colorado sheriffs filed a federal lawsuit that seeks to reverse marijuana legalization in their state, which they say should be overturned because it makes them uncomfortable. Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith and his counterparts in five other counties say Amendment 64, the marijuana legalization measure that is now part of Colorado’s constitution, has made their jobs harder by creating ...

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Feds Say Cannabis Not Medicine While Holding Patent on Cannabis as Medicine

By Ben Swann — For those who believe in marijuana and cannabis freedom, the future has never been brighter. Right now there is an awakening to the benefits of cannabis for medicinal purposes, specifically something called CBD (cannabidiol, or cannabinoids). But is the new CBD craze being manipulated by media and politicians? If it weren’t, we wouldn’t need to do a show ...

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