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  1. Ron Strider

    TN: Vols John Kelly, Will Ignont Cited After Marijuana Found Following Traffic Stop

    Tennessee's starting running back John Kelly and backup linebacker Will Ignont were cited by the Knoxville Police Department on Tuesday night after police say they found marijuana in a vehicle the players were in. Kelly was cited for misdemeanor drug possession, not having a headlight and not...
  2. Ron Strider

    CA: SF's New Weed Boss Is Green To The Business, But She's Got Connections

    San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee often refers to his departments heads as being part of the "city family" – but sometimes the family ties can get a bit complicated. Take the case of Nicole Elliott, the just-named, $149,459-a-year director of the newly created Office of Cannabis. Elliot had been...
  3. Ron Strider

    KY: Senator Paul - 'Big Government' Needs To Back Off Of Hemp

    Hemp farmers and processors in Murray presented progress and problems in growing the crop to U.S. Senator Rand Paul on Thursday. Paul is in the region as part of a tour discussing healthcare options and made a stop in Murray to talk hemp ahead of visits to other communities. Joseph Kelly...
  4. Ron Strider

    CA: SF Blacksmith Shop To Become Weedsmith Pot Dispensary

    Klockars blacksmith shop on Rincon Hill has endured as an obvious contrast of the old San Francisco and the new, a blue-collar relic amid sleek residential towers. But if plans now in the works bear fruit, the two-story wood structure from 1912 will be a symbol of transition all on its own –...
  5. Ron Strider

    Trump Official Says Weed "Not A Factor" In The Drug War

    John Kelly, secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, said marijuana is "not a factor" in the U.S. drug war, and authorities should instead be focusing on other narcotics. Speaking with Chuck Todd Sunday on NBC's Meet the Press, Kelly said heroin, methamphetamine and cocaine are the...
  6. K

    Donald Trump Marijuana - Will Cabinet Appointments Influence Policy?

    Only two of President Donald Trump's cabinet picks had been approved by congressional committees as of Thursday. Retired Marine Gen. John Kelly won a thumbs up to head of the Department of Homeland Security while retired Gen. James "Mad Dog" Mattis was approved as defense secretary. Kelly has...
  7. K

    Homeland Security Pick Says Legal Marijuana Makes It Harder To The Fight War On Drugs

    Donald Trump's choice to head the Department of Homeland Security, Gen. John Kelly, was formerly the head of U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), which deploys U.S. military personnel throughout Central America, South America and the Caribbean to help counter drug cartels. Gen. Kelly thinks states...
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    ON: Facility Offers Medicinal Cannabis That's 'Life Changing' For Six-Year-Old

    Touring the ABcann Medicinals marijuana facility in Napanee, guests wear full body coverage and undergo sanitizing through ozone and air showers, swiping in and out of each room with an electronic key card — A lot like entering some sort of top-secret laboratory. But for six-year-old Gage and...
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    ON: Facility Offers Medicinal Cannabis That's 'Life Changing' For Six-Year-Old

    Touring the ABcann Medicinals marijuana facility in Napanee, guests wear full body coverage and undergo sanitizing through ozone and air showers, swiping in and out of each room with an electronic key card — A lot like entering some sort of top-secret laboratory. But for six-year-old Gage and...
  10. R

    NZ: Helen Kelly Backs Medical Cannabis Charity

    Today Helen Kelly published a post supporting of others making meaningful contributions in support of Medical Cannabis, including a supporting video of our MC410 fundraiser, aiming to fundraise for Sativex for 10 Patients. MCANZ is grateful for the public endorsement from Helen Kelly, who is...
  11. R

    Sir Paul Holmes Turned To Cannabis For Pain Relief, Widow Reveals

    Broadcaster Sir Paul Holmes turned to marijuana for pain relief in the weeks before he died, his widow has revealed. Holmes died in 2013, after battling heart problems and the return of prostate cancer. His name joins those of other well-known New Zealanders who have lent support to the...
  12. R

    Kelly 'Back At Square One' In Medical Cannabis Fight

    Ms Kelly - who was the president of the Council of Trade Unions - says the country's medicinal cannabis system does not work. Her application to use medical cannabis was turned down by the Ministry of Health earlier this month. The government is reviewing the guidelines on applications, which...
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    New Zealand: Kelly Seeks To Use Medicinal Cannabis

    Former union boss Helen Kelly has written to Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne to seek permission to use medicinal cannabis. Ms Kelly, who has terminal lung cancer, said she hoped her application would be granted as soon as possible. "[Dunne] said it took him an hour once he got the...
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    New Zealand: Helen Kelly Wants Referendum On Legalising Cannabis At The Next Election

    Terminally ill former trade unions boss Helen Kelly wants a referendum on whether cannabis should be legalised, and says she is talking to MPs about making it happen. Kelly, who has lung cancer, has been taking cannabis oil sourced from the black market to relieve her pain and believes it is...
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