Filmmaker Kevin Booth (“American Drug War: The Last White Hope”, “How Weed Won the West”, “American Drug War 2”), millionaire entrepreneur Michael “Big Mike” Straumietis and Bulgarian entrepreneur Ivan Georgiev give the backstory on the upcoming film “Ghost Nation” and the parallels between the authoritarian direction the US is headed ...
February 25, 2016Andrew Bohan
WeAreChange visits the Cannabis College in Amsterdam, the Netherlands to learn more about the legislation of cannabis in the Netherlands. Contrary to what many people think, cannabis, among with most other drugs, is not actually legal in the Netherlands. This video goes into the history of how this came about ...
February 3, 2016Andrew Bohan
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – A former Kentucky congressman has formed a group that will push to legalize medical marijuana in the state. Mike Ward said Monday that people should not be treated as criminals for using marijuana to relieve pain or suffering from a series of ailments. Ward will serve as CEO ...
January 5, 2016Daily Dose
00:00 now so other interesting the the book this down by state, to figure out which states had the most signatures her ten thousand residents and coming in number one with Steve Montana with thirty three point four signatures per ten thousand but I'm proud to say the state of Oregon ...
December 29, 2015AudioBurst
Those painkillers by the night stand may be killing more than the holiday hangover. Poisoning, especially by painkillers, is the leading cause of death in Tennessee, according to the Tennessee Poison Center, housed at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. And in the past fifteen years, death rates from poisoning overall have more ...
December 28, 2015Daily Dose
ST. LOUIS, MO--(Marketwired - December 01, 2015) - Show-Me Cannabis released the first commercial in the state of Missouri advocating for medical marijuana reform. The video, entitled "Guilty," is now available for online viewing on the crowdfunding website for nonprofits, Gladitood.com, where the organization is also raising $100,000 in support ...
December 2, 2015Daily Dose
‘America’s first pot resort’ burns its crop over fear of federal raid SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — A South Dakota American Indian tribe that sought to open the nation’s first marijuana resort burned its crop after federal officials signed a potential raid, the tribal president said Monday. ORIGINAL STORY --> CLICK HERE Flandreau ...
November 10, 2015Daily Dose
The acting head of the Drug Enforcement Administration claimed that smoking marijuana has “never been shown to be safe or effective as a medicine.” That’s false: though information is limited on the topic, several studies have found smoked marijuana has medical benefits and mostly mild side effects. Chuck Rosenberg spoke with reporters on ...
November 9, 2015Chris Nazarenus
Serious Public Policy Risks Born From Limited Medical, Public health, and Pharmaceutical Research Into Cannabis And Its Use Ending the U.S. government’s war on medical marijuana research -The federal government is interfering with research into medical marijuana, claims a report by Brookings Institute. In “Ending the U.S. government's war on medical marijuana ...
October 21, 2015Chris Nazarenus