In an unprecedented turn of events, Sensi Seeds founder Ben Dronkers was interrupted by High Times security during his seminar at the Cannabis Cup expo today, as he threw small bags of cannabis into the audience. By this time, Ben realised what was occurring and addressed the crowd and the man -- "there's no law against sharing cannabis!"
CANNABIS CULTURE - Help imprisoned marijuana activist Marc Emery by calling the Canadian Public Safety Minister's office on Tuesday, October 29, and politely asking the government to approve Marc's prison transfer back home to Canada.
The US government has already approved Marc's transfer home, but Conservative Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney has not responded to requests or addressed the issue publicly.
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This weeks episode is an interview with award winning filmmaker Adam Scorgie whose documentaries include “The Union: The Business Behind Getting High”, “I am Bruce Lee” and “The Good Son”. His latest feature “The Culture High” further investigates how the modern day prohibition of marijuana has a grasp on our society as a whole.
Muralist Brian “TAZROC” Garcia has completed his latest public art installation, a mural depicting Marijuana activist Jack Herer, which can now be seen on the side of the Nile Collective building at 1501 Pacific Ave.
Herer, known as the “Emperor of Hemp”, wrote “The Emperor Wears No Clothes“, a book used in efforts to decriminalize cannabis, and also founded and served as the director of the organization Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP).
Intuit Quickbooks is currently running a contest, with the grand prize being a professionally produced ad run during the big game this year. The first round of the contest is public voting and we are pleased to say NORML, after just a few short days, has skyrocketed to the #6 most popular submission.
Together, we the people, are ending America's war on pot. With the last election and with the recent announcement from the attorney general in Washington DC, we are beautifully positioned to make sure a responsible, adult American citizen is never again arrested for the use of recreational marijuana.