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Marijuana politics

Trump, Clinton, Sanders: Presidential Marijuana Politics Guide

Marijuana politics question number one: Which of the 2016 presidential major-party candidates would be the safest president for marijuana growers and users? Donald Trump, reality TV star, real estate developer, casino owner, and the presumed nominee for the Republican Party, used to be a wealthy playboy. There are rumors that during his early years, the […]

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Bernie Sanders

Tommy Chong Backs Bernie Sanders for President

As the presidential election season heats up, marijuana comedian and actor Tommy Chong says he’s backing Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders for president. Chong went on record recently in a Rolling Stone interview and in videos about his support for Bernie Sanders. If you recognize that Tommy Chong has been a marijuana media icon and freedom […]

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Legalize Recreational Marijuana Growing

Will Recreational Michigan Marijuana Be Legalized in 2016?

When I was at the High Times Cannabis Cup in Clio, Michigan, a High Times editor told me Michigan marijuana, concentrates, and growers were just as good if not better than what you find in Colorado, Washington, Oregon, and California. This is an especially nice compliment, considering that western states are a lot more marijuana […]

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Marijuana Heroin

Heroin dealers, Police, Pharmaceuticals & Billionaire
Are Happy Florida Didn’t Legalize Marijuana

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article was written when heroin dealers and pharmaceutical companies were rejoicing about the defeat of the Florida medical marijuana “Amendment 2” ballot initiative in 2012. In 2016, however, Florida voters approved Amendment 2. Read here for more information. Florida’s Amendment 2 failed to pass in 2012. The law needed approval from 60% […]

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