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Busted in 2013: Cell Phone Stupidity

This week as we barrel toward 2014 I’m taking a look at the various stupid ways tokers managed to get themselves behind bars in 2013. With just a little forethought, you can learn valuable lessons from these less-fortunate victims of marijuana prohibition....

Ex-DEA Agent Now Works with Cannabusinesses

Meet Patrick Moen, a former DEA agent that once made his way by running down cocaine cowboys and methamphetamine traffickers across the state of Oregon, but has since traded in the foul stench of his shithouse rat past to make one of the leading nemeses of the War on Drug...

Pressure Builds for Christie to Legalize Medical Edibles

This Thursday a bill of the utmost importance is set to be introduced into New Jersey lawmakers hands. The "marijuana reciprocity bill," as it is titled, would allow medical marijuana patients in New Jersey to get access to  edible pot from out-of-stat...

Drug Maker Secures Patent on THC and CBD as Cancer Treatment

A pharmaceutical company in the United Kingdom, specializing in the research and development of pot-based drugs, recently obtained early approval on a patent covering two specific cannabinoids found in marijuana to be used as treatment for brain cancer.

Busted in 2013: Break Only One Law at a Time

Marijuana prohibition is like a predator, waiting for the weak-minded to slip up in order to pounce and take down another careless toker. As 2013 comes to a close, I will be looking back on some of this year’s victims who didn’t stop to think before doing some...

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