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Stoner Movies for Enhanced Marijuana Fun

Marijuana fights glaucoma and also enhances your eyesight. Just another reason watching marijuana stoner movies is a good excuse to inhale the kind herb. So light up your favorite cannabis and check out these stoner movies that’ll blow your mind… UP IN SMOKE The classic Cheech and Chong film that’s still as hilarious today as […]

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Marijuana Military Veterans

Military Veterans Fight the VA Over Medical Marijuana

John Abrams (not his real name) believed George W. Bush when Bush said Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear weapons, and that Iraq was involved in 9-11. He joined the Marines, spending three and a half years in Iraq and one year in Afghanistan. Seriously injured by a roadside bomb, Abrams came home […]

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Scotts Miracle-Gro Buys General Hydroponics

Scotts Miracle-Gro, a convicted corporate criminal that sells low-end fertilizers, Monsanto’s Round-Up, and other poisons, has purchased hydroponics nutrients manufacturer General Hydroponics. It has also purchased Dutch lighting company Gavita, and Arizona-based hydroponics nutrients company Botanicare. These big-money takeovers were made by a Scotts Miracle-Gro front company called “Hawthorne Gardening Company,” a wholly-owned Scotts subsidiary formed […]

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Medical Marijuana

Did Congress Just End the War on Medical Marijuana?

If you believe what you hear from lamestream major media like CNN and Huffington Post, you’d be celebrating news headlines claiming “Congress legalized medical marijuana.” Too bad that’s not what Congress did! Hydroponics nutrients inventor Michael Straumietis was on a nationally broadcast talk show recently, and the host asked him how he felt about Congress […]

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Marijuana Washington DC

Our Whole Country is Washington, D.C.: Marijuana Legalizers Ask “Where’s Democracy?”

When voters in Washington, D.C. overwhelmingly passed Ballot Initiative 71 in November, 2014, they legalized the right of adults 21 and older to cultivate, possess, and transfer marijuana. Initiative 71 passed by a huge margin, but the District of Columbia is an unusual place—Congress can and does pass laws and takes other actions to defeat […]

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