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Pc Accused of Going on Patrol Wearing ‘I Love Weed’ Hat

Original story by The Telegraph A police officer is facing a three-day public misconduct hearing after he was accused of going on patrol wearing a woolly hat with the slogan “I love weed”. Pc Simon Ryan will be one of the first officers in the North Yorkshire force to go through new-style hearings which are open to the public and chaired ...

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Sheldon Adelson Buys Editorial Support for Pot Prohibition in Nevada

Origonal story by Jacob Sullum, Forbes In May 2014, when activists began collecting signatures for a marijuana legalization initiative that will appear on Nevada’s ballot this November, the Las Vegas Review-Journal welcomed the measure as “an opportunity to reset America’s costly drug war.” The paper’s editorial board said “taxpayers finally seem to understand that spending vast sums of money at ...

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The Activists Helping Illegal Pot Dealers Turn into Legit Marijuana Businessmen

Original article by By Sam Levin, The Guardian California officials want to ensure that those once punished over harsh weed laws aren’t overrun by wealthy entrepreneurs once it’s legalized recreationally. Joshua Weitz’s marijuana delivery company was supposed to be the biggest achievement of his life. The San Francisco native began dealing weed when he was 14 years old, and by 2013 ...

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Michael Baldasaro, Hamilton’s high priest of pot, dead at 67

Original article by Teviah Moro, The Hamilton Spectator Hamilton’s own prince of pot and effervescent candidate for political office,Michael Baldasaro, is being remembered as a kind and colourful soul dedicated to making his city a better place. Baldasaro, a Church of the Universe minister, died early Thursday morning, church member Rev. Juliet Boyd told The Spectator. He was 67. “It ...

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Tourism Trends: Will Travel for Food, Wellness and Weed

Original story by Anne Bauso, The Seattle Times More travelers are focusing their trips around these three themes, rather than traditional sights. It seems business or pleasure are the only options travelers are given when defining the reasoning behind their trips, but motivations for travel aren’t always so crystal clear. In fact, more and more travelers are going on pilgrimages ...

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Ohio Becomes Latest State to Legalize Medical Marijuana

Original story by Ann Sanner, ABC News Republican Gov. John Kasich signed a bill Wednesday legalizing medical marijuana in Ohio, though patients shouldn’t expect to get it from dispensaries here anytime soon. The bill lays out a number of steps that must happen first to set up the state’s medical marijuana program, which is expected to be fully operational in ...

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Canada Could be to Cannabis What France is to Wine

Alan Gertner CEO of Tokyo Smoke

Original article by Daniel Tencer, The Huffington Post A conference on Canada’s economic future got a taste Wednesday of a possible new strategy for the country: Becoming a world leader in the burgeoning marijuana industry. Thanks to Canada’s medical marijuana program, the country’s licensed producers are already the most sophisticated manufacturers of cannabis in the world, said Alan Gertner, co-founder of ...

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‘Weed’ and ‘Stoner’ Might be Derogatory Terms Now

Original article by Manisha Krishnan, Vice News As a writer covering the weed beat, I hear about lots of quirky ideas and concerns, some of which I’ve affectionately characterized as “cannabispiracies.” The latest involves a backlash over words that have long been a part of the weed lexicon—”weed” being one of them. “Can you stop using the word ‘weed’ and ...

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Windsor Police Bust Business That Was Allegedly Selling Marijuana

Windsor police bust business that was allegedly selling marijuana

Article by Trevor Wilhelm, Windsor Star Windsor police busted an alleged drug dealer they say was brazenly peddling pot out of a Wyandotte Street storefront. Windsor police Chief Al Frederick said this case is an example of people thinking they can get away with dealing weed because the government has said it will start the process of legalizing the drug ...

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Long-Term Pot Smoking Doesn’t Seem to Harm Health: Study

Using pot, even over decades, was only linked to one negative health effect in a new study Even after years of heavy use, marijuana doesn’t seem to have much of an impact on the physical health of the body. So finds a recent study published in JAMA Psychiatry, which analyzed data from a group of 1,037 New Zealanders followed from ...

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