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April 28, 2017
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via @openvape: Happy 420! Tag a friend for a chance to win a…

via @openvape: Happy 420! Tag a friend for a chance to win a trip for 2 to Denver! Weekend includes: – Two nights… https://t.co/Eu8U3rhivH Continue Reading *This page contains viral feeds. We aggregate all of this content. This site shares recent posts, images and links from viral sources. All material is copyright to their respectful sources and no copyright infringement is intended.
April 28, 2017

Harvest One Announces Closing of Acquisition of ACMPR Licensed Medical Cannabis Producer and Swiss Medical Cannabis-Based Health Products Company

Harvest One Announces Closing of Acquisition of ACMPR Licensed Medical Cannabis Producer and Swiss Medical Cannabis-Based Health Products Company Continue Reading *This page contains viral feeds. We aggregate all of this content. This site shares recent posts, images and links from viral sources. All material is copyright to their respectful sources and no copyright infringement is intended.
April 28, 2017
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Here’s What You Can Do to Legalize Marijuana in Missouri1….

Here’s What You Can Do to Legalize Marijuana in Missouri 1. Become a volunteer petition gatherer.New Approach Missouri, the group with the best shot of getting medical marijuana on 2018 ballots, is hosting an online training session next week. Join the event on Facebook to learn more. 2. Sign a petition to support medical marijuana.Yes, many petitions are strictly symbolic (we’re looking at you, Change.org). But not in this case. The whole reason pot didn’t make the 2016 ballot is that petitioners failed to get enough signatures in St. Louis County. So if you’re a county resident, you might want to think about doing your part. New Approach Missouri has a long list of locations online where petitions are available for signing, complete with hours. Drop by, add your signature and rest assured you’re doing your part to make sure this initiative actually makes the ballot. Many local vape shops, […]
April 28, 2017

New Washington laws legalize industrial hemp, require inspections for marijuana – The Spokesman-Review

The Spokesman-Review New Washington laws legalize industrial hemp, require inspections for marijuanaThe Spokesman-ReviewIndustrial hemp is no longer an illegal drug in Washington. All three changes to state law were among bills Gov. Jay Inslee signed Thursday. The lock box bill gives licensed marijuana stores an exemption to current law that bans them from selling … and more Continue Reading *This page contains viral feeds. We aggregate all of this content. This site shares recent posts, images and links from viral sources. All material is copyright to their respectful sources and no copyright infringement is intended.