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  1. Ron Strider

    CA: Golden Gate Bridge District Bans Cannabis Ads On Buses, Ferries

    The Golden Gate Bridge's governing authority has banned cannabis ads on transportation property just weeks ahead of California's legalization of recreational sales beginning Jan. 1. That means the agency's ferries criss-crossing the San Francisco Bay, transbay buses traversing the bridge...
  2. Ron Strider

    MA: Driving While Stoned? State Officials Urge You To Reconsider

    With marijuana now legal in Massachusetts, federal, and state officials are launching a new campaign to remind users that driving while high remains illegal. With a motto of "Drive high? The crash is on you," the campaign will feature billboards, radio, and TV ads targeted at drivers between...
  3. K

    AR: New Ads Hit Air For Issue 6, The Medical Marijuana Amendment

    Here's one of a couple of new ads scheduled to air in support of the medical marijuana constitutional amendment. It emphasizes that it is the only issue remaining for those who favor medical marijuana. Arkansans United for Medical Marijuana, the group behind the ad, has not yet filed a final...
  4. K

    AR: New Ads Hit Air For Issue 6, The Medical Marijuana Amendment

    Here's one of a couple of new ads scheduled to air in support of the medical marijuana constitutional amendment. It emphasizes that it is the only issue remaining for those who favor medical marijuana. Arkansans United for Medical Marijuana, the group behind the ad, has not yet filed a final...
  5. K

    California Marijuana Legalization Ads Hit The Airwaves Statewide

    TV ads in support of marijuana legalization hit the airwaves yesterday up and down the state of California. The campaign's ads in support of Proposition 64, the Adult Use of Marijuana Act are running on both broadcast and cable channels. The first ad highlights in a straightforward way how...
  6. K

    U.S. Pro-Marijuana Campaigners Launch TV Ads Ahead Of November Votes

    Campaigns to legalize recreational marijuana use in Massachusetts and Maine launched their first television ads on Monday, hoping to boost public awareness and support ahead of November votes on the issue. The ads began just over a month before Election Day, when voters in five U.S. states...
  7. K

    The 'Mostly False' Argument That Could Derail Legal Weed In California

    California's upcoming ballot initiative to legalize marijuana appears likely to pass, with recent polls showing support for the measure standing at 60 percent or higher. But opponents have lately seized on a new message that they hope will convince Californians on the fence to vote "no" in...
  8. K

    Foes Of Pot Legalization Claim Marijuana Ads Are Coming To TV

    U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, who opposes Proposition 64, the state's legalization initiative, said recently that, if passed, the law would allow "marijuana smoking ads in prime time, on programs with millions of children and teenage viewers." Now, it's true that there is language in the...
  9. K

    Why Is Marijuana Always Being Connected To Laziness?

    Is there such a thing as marijuana laziness? Have you ever seen anyone smoking pot that was up for normal tasks? Well, this is one new issue being thrown against marijuana. This connotation may also affect its legalization in some states and the rest of the world. But there are evidences that...
  10. Cannafan

    Stop Google from rejecting Medical Marijuana Ads

    Stop google from rejecting ads for Medical Marijuana. Rechercher . Change.org "Google medical marijuana ads" is listed first. Click on that and sign. They only need 364 more signatures as of today. Thank you!
  11. R

    Medical Marijuana Ads Might Take A Hit In Colorado

    Medical marijuana dispensaries in Colorado will have to limit their ads to adult publications if a bill slated for a hearing in the House Finance Committee next week becomes law. House Bill 1363 would prohibit medical marijuana dispensaries from advertising in media that have a "high...
  12. J

    Oregon: US Postal Service Warns Newspaper About Marijuana Ads

    The U.S. Postal Service office in Portland delivered some potentially bad news last week to Northwest newspapers: If news outlets run ads for the region's booming marijuana industry, they might be violating federal law. The Friday memo pointed out it was illegal "to place an ad in any...