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Why I Love to Sell Marijuana

I grow and sell marijuana in Florida. It’s not a legal marijuana state even though voters passed Amendment 2 in 2016– one of the lamest medical marijuana laws ever seen. One reason I love to sell marijuana in Florida is that prohibition puts prices for the top-shelf bud I grow at around $425 per ounce. […]

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Florida Marijuana Legalization Isn’t Legalization At All

Floridians passed a medical marijuana law called Amendment 2 in the 2016 elections, but it’s not authentic legalization that optimally benefits patients and growers. Florida black market marijuana growers say new Florida marijuana laws give monopoly production and retail sales rights to six corporate marijuana growers. Local government gets to decide where or if there […]

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Canadian Government Wants to Nark Out Marijuana Growers

The war on marijuana growers and medical marijuana patients isn’t over in North America, despite marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington. And one of the worst examples of this is in Canada. On April Fool’s Day (April 1st) the conservative Stephen Harper government was hoping to officially end the amazingly successful decade-plus program that allowed […]

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Huffington Post, Salon, AlterNet, Mainstream Media Get it Absolutely Wrong About “Marijuana Legalization”

Here’s a marijuana headline from Huffington Post: “Uruguay’s president wants the world to lend him a hand in his quest to legalize weed.” Other news outlets reported the same thing, just like when marijuana laws change in Colorado, Washington, or other places. Almost any law change is headlined as “legalization.” Problem is, the “marijuana legalization” […]

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