Month: November 2015

Cannabis Cafe’s coming soon to Alaska?

It has been a hectic week in the fight to legalize medical cannabis throughout the U.S. Big news comes from Alaska, regulators have approved a set of rules that can potential make it’s states cannabis industry one of the most progressive in the country. Alaska’s Marijuana Control Board recently approved an amendment to its cannabis initiative that would allow on site…

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Need Employment? How about Chief of the State’s Bureau of Medical Marijuana Regulation

If there is anything keeping you from applying to the be the new chief of the state’s Bureau of Medical Marijuana Regulation , you will be happy to know that there is NO pre-employment drug test. Russ Heimerich, a spokesman for the Department of Consumer Affairs and the person doing the hiring stated that although there is no pre-employment drug…

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Shakespeare & Cannabis, What do they have in common?

A recent study suggest that William Shakespeare, one of the Westerns literature’s most renowned contributors, might have occasional enjoyed a hit of Mary Jane. Professor Francis Thackery and his team from South Africa’s University of Witwatersrand were borrowed 24 “tabacco” pipes. They were all fragments from Shakespeare’s Stratford upon Avon property by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. To there astonishment 8…

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Thanksgiving, Freedom …. Cannabis

  The Pilgrims held their second Thanksgiving celebration in 1623 to mark the end of a long drought that had threatened the year’s harvest and prompted Governor Bradford to call for a religious fast. Days of fasting and thanksgiving on an annual or occasional basis became common practice in other New England settlements as well. During the American Revolution, the…

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Lawmakers Pressuring to Remove DEA Funds

Days after an army of activist and federal lawmakers petitioned to have Chuck Rosenberg removed as the acting chief of the DEA, an influential group of people on Capitol Hill decided to step up. Last week congressman Ted Lieu, and a group of other like minded House members submitted a letter to support and eliminate funds used by the DEA…

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Make your Thanksgiving a Danksgiving Holiday!

Thanksgiving is a time when people gather among family & friends to feast on turkey and other yummy sides. This holiday season we are sharing some finger licking cannabis infused recipes that will make your Thanksgiving a Danksgiving! These recipes will infuse your holidays with nothing but stoney great vibes and genuine gratitude for the abundance we all share. These…

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Delivery App Challenges LA's Law

Delivery App Challenges LA’s Law

On December of last year, the company behind a popular cannabis delivery app was ordered to stop operating in Los Angeles. They are now challenging the city’s Cannabis restrictions. Nestdrop requested an appeals court to overturn the injunction to allow them to do business in the L.A area. They stated that the previous ruling is not correct since the city’s…

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Please help support the California Cannabis Coalition!

The California Cannabis Coalition strives in educating the public on the benefits of cannabis, as well as the legalization. Lets work together and end prohibition. Please help support by donating only $4.20! For all of the wonderful supporters of the Legalization of Medicinal Cannabis you can enjoy the security of Paypal. Can’t donate today? No problem, sharing this post is free! You can also…

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