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Before we get to the main topic of the night let’s review some Cannabis news stories. First, more than 1 in 5 Americans now live in states where the recreational use of marijuana is, or will soon be, legal.
In Colorado, a local organization that advocates for responsible marijuana use has found no major problems between children and accidental ingestion of pot edibles. County Sheriff Joe DiSalvo, who co-founded the Valley Marijuana Council said quote “The problem we talked about initially might not be as rampant as we thought,”
DiSalvo made the statement Wednesday in front of the County commissioners, who asked the sheriff and the council in April to look into whether accidental ingestion of marijuana edibles by children is a problem.
The sheriff told the county commissioners that “The reason it took so long (for the report to be completed) was we kept looking for something we couldn’t find,”.
A large group of retired NFL players teamed with Doctors for Cannabis Regulation and penned an open letter to NFL officials and their doctors urging reform to the substance-abuse policy.
As the substance-abuse policy stands now, players are tested in the off season, unless they are already in the intervention program. Players face punishment if they have more than 35 nanograms of THC in their system.
The NFL’s Player’s Association recently formed a pain management committee to, among other things, assess the potential of cannabis as an alternative pain reliever for players. But it has vowed to not rush into accepting it before a thorough audit.
Now onto our main story. Unless you live under a rock you’re aware that Donald Trump is America’s President-elect. Many in the Cannabis industry are concerned that his somewhat fascist rhetoric during the campaign may mean a backslide for the industry.
Well I’m here to assure you that isn’t going to happen. While I don’t have a personal line to President-Elect Trump’s office there are some things I know that make me feel nearly certain he isn’t going to change the current relationship between state’s that have legalized cannabis and the Federal government.
In fact, while I’m far from being Pro-Trump this might be one area where his alt-right hysteria may lean all the way to the liberal sidings of a Bernie Sanders.
Why am I so confident in saying this? Donald Trump is a businessman. That means numbers above all else win the story. When you take the sales numbers, tax revenue and employment coming from states that have legalized Cannabis both medically and recreational he’s not going to halt and reverse that industries economy.
In fact, when presented with the numbers he may lead the mandate to remove cannabis from the list of narcotics punishable by jail time.
Let’s look at what he’s previously said. In 1990, the president-elect stated that U.S. drug enforcement is “a joke” and that all drugs should be legalized. He believed then that the war on drugs could never be won unt [...]
(NaturalNews) What could perhaps end up being the most disgusting news story of 2017 has already taken place, mere days into the fiscal year. In what sounds like the plot of a horror movie, a young woman named Brittany Herring posted a video on Facebook Live showing her and three of her friends smoking and... [...]
POT TV – Watch Cannabis Culture News LIVE for the latest news and views on pot politics and the marijuana community. In this episode: They Keep Raiding and We Keep Opening.
Cannabis Culture's location in Port Coquitlam was raided by RCMP yesterday, but we are open for business again today! And we are opening more Cannabis Culture stores across the country.
On the show: Jodie Emery joins the show to discuss our new Cannabis Culture locations, a letter she received from Ralph Goodale, Canada's Public Safety Minister, and a new article about her in Flare magazine.
We talk to Britney Ann, owner of the new Cannabis Culture location in Hamilton, Ontario.
We cover the latest marijuana news and views and play videos from the front lines of the War on Drugs.
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POT TV - Watch Cannabis Culture News LIVE for the latest news and views on pot politics and the marijuana community. In this episode: Booze-soaked Justin Trudeau still wants to arrest you for marijuana.
Also on the show: It's Cuptober! We discuss this months long list of marijuana strain cups and expos including the Karma Cup, The Hempfest Cannabis Expo in Calgary and last weekend's Grassroots Cup/Expo and dispensary tour.
Sarah Sunday from The Karma Cup joins the show with give-aways for viewers!
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POT TV - Watch Cannabis Culture News LIVE every Friday at 4PM PT on http://Pot.TV for the latest news and views on pot politics and the marijuana community. In this episode: We discuss the future of cannabis and hemp products with marijuana activist Steve Kubby, who is on the board of directors of the new KUSH hemp products company.
KUSH's board of directors include some big names: Gov. Gary Johnson, Judge James Gray, Former Senator Mike Gravel, Ed Rosenthal and Stephen Downing. We'll talk about what this dynamic team is up to.
Also: Marius Stoner and Bob High take a tour of Alternatives Canada British Columbia medicinal gardens.
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POT TV - Watch Cannabis Culture News LIVE for the latest news and views on pot politics and the marijuana community. In this episode: protests, events, and more CC Grand Openings.
Cannabis Culture opened two new recreational marijuana dispensaries in Toronto this week. We talk to Marc Emery, who is there to help open the new locations at 600 Church St & 1184 Eglinton Ave.
We talk to Sarah Sunday of the Karma Cup about her upcoming event in Toronto.
We welcome to the studio the guys from the Legends Valley Music Festival and Bio Cup for a talk about what happened at last weeks event.
Also in studio: Jodie Emery joins us to talk about the Canadian government's marijuana taskforce, which visited Vancouver today for a public consultation (that did not include marijuana activists).
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