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Cheech And Chong Joke That “Pot’s Over” Now That Republicans Back It

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In what was weirdly not interpreted as a joke in a Newsweek article, the godfathers of cannabis culture Cheech and Chong have declared that “Pot’s over, man,” on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Their beef, their very much fake beef, is that weed can no longer be cool now that it’s legalized and even &

YouTube On A Crazy Anti-Cannabis Purge?

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It seems like too many to be a coincidence. Over the last few weeks, YouTube has deleted or locked a number of cannabis-related channels, and the marijuana community is asking why.  The noted weed-related YouTube users including famed cannabis horticulturist Jorge Cervantes, Vader OG, Greenbox Grown, and how-to channel GreenGenes Garden have a

Los Angeles, Alameda, and Riverside Leads California In Extract Licenses

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If you were looking for the hub of legal California extracts processing, you’d find it in Los Angeles and the bay area’s Alameda County, according to numbers from CalCannabis, a division of the Department of Agriculture which oversees cannabis cultivation licensing.The Department of Public Health has issued 711 cannabis manufacturing (e

Could This New Cannabis Cryptocurrency Save The Industry?

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Düber is not the first company to try launching a cannabis-centric cryptocurrency. Banking has always been a problem in the legal cannabis industry. Mainly because you can’t bank. Federal laws make it extremely hard to use banks or even credit cards if you’re in the industry, meaning many businesses have to do all ca

Did Weed Save Kevin Smith’s Life Or Almost Kill Him?

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If you tuned into Kevin Smith on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Tuesday then you probably heard the life-affirming anecdote about his heart attack. Indeed, Smith looked happy to be alive, bouncing on the couch as he told Colbert of his seemingly rather pleasant brush with death and medical treatment.One major feature of the story was the incred

California Might Have Found A Workaround For Its “Dry Towns”

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California peeps who like to smoke did a little touchdown dance at the the beginning of this year, when the state unleashed its recreational cannabis program. One big catch, though, is that a lot of Californians still can’t readily access legal marijuana. In fact, Leaflyreports that 75% of communities in California ban cannabis sales thr

Cannabis Could Outsell Liquor By 2020

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We hope Jose Cuervo and Johnny Walker have been saving for a rainy day, because it might start pouring down in a couple of years, pouring weed that is. The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) has released a report projecting that cannabis sales will overtake those of hard alcohol by 2020, according to The Globe and the Mail. Marijuana sa

No, Drug Dogs Will Not Be Killed If Weed Is Legalized

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It’s like Sophie’s Choice for stoner dog-lovers: keep weed illegal or kill hundreds of innocent dogs? The question was posed after several news outlets ran a story about the prospect of drug sniffing dogs in Illinois going out of work if the state legalizes recreational cannabis. As per The Week, Chad Larned, director of the Maron

World’s Biggest Bong Will Be 22 Feet Tall And Viewed For $4.20

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The eighth wonder of the world is coming to Las Vegas: the largest bong ever made by mankind. The 22 foot-tall sucker has to be shipped to Sin City from Seattle, and is made by an outlaw glass-blower who says the record-breaking work is a political statement.The bong will be featured at a new museum in Las Vegas, the Cannabition, an

Cannabis Ads May Increase Teen Use, Study Says

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Some people have feared that cannabis legalization might cause an increase in teen tokage, but it turns out that, for teen marijuana use, changes in public policy aren’t nearly as big as a factor as advertising. A study last year by the National Survey on Drug Use and Health actually showed that cannabis use among peeps aged 12 to 17 is actua

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