activists

  1. Ron Strider

    U.S. States Tried Decriminalizing Pot Before. Here's Why It Didn't Work

    In the past five years, eight states and Washington, D.C., have legalized recreational marijuana for adults. Today, 68 million people live in areas where marijuana is treated like alcohol or tobacco. The drug is sold in stores, millions of tax dollars are being raised from its sale, and an...
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    PA: Pot Activists To Celebrate Philly's Own Marijuana Holiday

    Hide the Pringles. The potheads are comings. Pro-marijuana legalization activists and recreational partakers of weed are planning a public pot party around Philadelphia to mark the second anniversary of marijuana decriminalization: a Pop Up Weed Garden. Pro-pot activist and comedian NA Poe...
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    PA: Pot Activists To Celebrate Philly's Own Marijuana Holiday

    Hide the Pringles. The potheads are comings. Pro-marijuana legalization activists and recreational partakers of weed are planning a public pot party around Philadelphia to mark the second anniversary of marijuana decriminalization: a Pop Up Weed Garden. Pro-pot activist and comedian NA Poe...
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    MI: Otsego County Medical Marijuana Activists And Police React To Potential New Laws

    There could be changes to state medical marijuana laws. The governor is expected to sign new bills for regulating and taxing it in Michigan. Changes include a tax on the marijuana provisioning centers sell, and allowing non-smokable forms of medical marijuana. 9 & 10's Blayke Roznowski...
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    MI: Otsego County Medical Marijuana Activists And Police React To Potential New Laws

    There could be changes to state medical marijuana laws. The governor is expected to sign new bills for regulating and taxing it in Michigan. Changes include a tax on the marijuana provisioning centers sell, and allowing non-smokable forms of medical marijuana. 9 & 10's Blayke Roznowski...
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    Activists Supported By Stonegait Institute Win Big For Medical Marijuana

    The Escambia County Board of County Commissioners met Thursday night to vote on a one-year moratorium for all medical marijuana facilities within the county. The Stonegait Institute was out in front of this issue, informing the public of what was going on, and sending activists to the meeting to...
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    Activists Supported By Stonegait Institute Win Big For Medical Marijuana

    The Escambia County Board of County Commissioners met Thursday night to vote on a one-year moratorium for all medical marijuana facilities within the county. The Stonegait Institute was out in front of this issue, informing the public of what was going on, and sending activists to the meeting to...
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    Philadelphia: Activists March 51-Foot 'Joints' Toward DNC

    Two large "joints" passed through downtown Philadelphia Monday as marijuana advocates marched toward the Democratic National Convention's headquarters to call for the full legalization of the leafy drug. Members of DCMJ and the Philadelphia chapter of the National Organization for the Reform...
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    Activists Hold Cannabis Liberation Rally On Downtown Mall

    A group in Charlottesville says it's time to take charge of marijuana reform. Activists held a cannabis liberation rally on the Downtown Mall Sunday, calling for a return to the days of our Founding Fathers, when hemp and marijuana were commodities to be grown and traded, not criminalized...
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    Free From Prison, Jeff Mizanskey Is Gathering Signatures To Legalize MMJ

    After more than two decades in prison, Jeff Mizanskey, an icon of the Missouri pro-cannabis movement, is enjoying the good life. He's spending time with his son and grandchildren. He's eating steak. In his six months of freedom, the 62-year-old has crisscrossed the country to spread the gospel...
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    Obama's Cannabis Pressure: Activists Seek Early Decriminalisation Of Pot

    According to a press release by the DCMJ, co-founders Adam Eidinger and Nikolas Schiller will be meeting with key Obama administration officials. The activists want the US government's anti-cannabis laws revoked and the plant re-classified from its present status that invites criminal charges...
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    Anna from Seattle is stressed out :)

    Seriously our state government has gone crazy. Some of the activists sold out and screwed the farmers and patients. So I'm sitting here smoking tree after tree and packing my stuff. I'm out. I look forward to meeting people in Colorado on 420 :) :Namaste: