Vote “Yes” on 300: One Step Closer to Creating a Cannabis Lovers’ Paradise Election day is a time-honored tradition for heated debates—sometimes between friends and family—an overload of opinions on Facebook, and a smattering of bumper stickers that might later harbor some regrets.
50 Colorado Schools to Receive Surplus Marijuana Tax Money With over $40 million already being used to fund school construction, Colorado state officials are using part of a whopping $66 million dollars of surplus marijuana tax revenue to fund bully
By Daniela Vergara (@CannaGenomics) and Reilly Capps (@ReillyCapps) The principles of science apply everywhere — on an airplane and in a submarine, on Mars and on Venus, to bugs and plants. What makes an oak grow? Why does a lilac
Article by Malik Burnett, Medical Jane – May 14, 2014 “For years now Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) has been the most popular and widely researched cannabinoid in cannabis science. However, nowadays it seems like cannabidiol (CBD) has stolen the spotlight given its ability to provide therapeutic
Article by Sandra Fish, Aljazeera America – June 11, 2014 “Handblown glass pipes and bongs are displayed in antique cabinets at the Farm, a marijuana dispensary in one of two states that have legalized the drug. The walls feature paintings by