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WATCH: Congressman Calls for DEA Head’s Firing

Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) says it’s time for President Obama to fire Chuck Rosenberg, acting administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration. Rosenberg recently called medical marijuana a “joke.” Related Articles Smoking Vs. Vaporizing Cannabis – Know The Facts 11-year-old Sues Federal Government to Legalize Medical Marijuana THC vs CBD Infographic — Effects, Differences, and Similarities Proposed Florida Ballot to Allow ...

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5 Places You Don’t Want To Get Caught With Cannabis

Cannabis use is going mainstream in North America, but that’s not the case everywhere. If you’re travelling to any of these destinations, you’ll want to consider a temporary hiatus from the herb. 1. Japan Under Japanese law, drug possession is viewed as almost an unconscionable act: as a result, Japan has some of the toughest anti-cannabis laws in the world. ...

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Government-Run Cancer Institute Quietly Acknowledges That Cannabis Kills Cancer

The National Cancer Institute is an organization mandated by U.S. law to educate Americans about cancer and the latest research efforts. According to its website, NCI is touted as “the U.S. government’s principal agency for cancer research.” And recently, it quietly admitted that cancer cells have been killed by cannabis in a lab setting. NCI’s website has a section that ...

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Snoop Dogg unveils a brand new line of cannabis products

Leafs By Snoop was announced at a party last night in Denver, Colorado and it was a cause to celebrate. Leafs By Snoop, or LBS, will offer flower, concentrates and edibles and will be sold in Colorado medical and recreational dispensaries. “It’s a true blessing that I can share the products I love so much with y’all today,” Snoop said. “From the flower to concentrates and ...

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Bernie Sanders Introduces Bill Ending Federal Ban On Marijuana

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has introduced a bill that would end federal prohibition of marijuana, marking the latest move the Democratic presidential candidate has made toward ending the war on drugs. The Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act, introduced Wednesday, is modeled after a bill first proposed by Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) in 2013, which was reintroduced this year as the ...

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5 Hacks When Your Weed Tolerance Is Too High

Every marijuana smoker needs a hack when their weed tolerance gets too high, and we’ve all been there as smokers, where we are chewing through a bag of green like candy because we’ve become too tolerant. But marijuana smokers should have no fear because we have some hacks for you to help combat your weed tolerance.Here 5 hacks when your weed ...

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Video: How to Neutralize the Taste and Smell of Cannabis

Easy to follow steps on concealing cannabis to easily integrate it into food. Follow a man named Jeff, known as the 420 Chef, who shows the simple steps to hide the taste and smell of cannabis when cooking. The easy-to-follow recipe calls for blanching, icing and drying the cannabis to make cannabutter with THC extract via a French press — all ...

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Dispensaries Offering Free Marijuana to Victims

In an effort to alleviate some of the pain and suffering still reverberating from a Northern California wildfire that erupted earlier this month, a couple of medical marijuana dispensaries are offering free medicine to those patients affected by the blaze. According to the LA Times, two marijuana businesses—Care By Design and AbsoluteXtracts—are providing patients with up to $200 in complimentary ...

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Presidential Candidates Asked Whether They Would Override State Marijuana Laws

The federal government should not interfere with state laws legalizing and regulating the use and distribution of marijuana, according to several Republican presidential candidates who spoke on the issue during last night’s presidential debate. Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and business executive Carly Fiorina weighed in on the issue. Consistent with ...

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