Hot tip: writing “NOT WEED” on your stash jar isn’t the genius disguise you might think.
A 21-year-old in Lincoln, Nebraska, was pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence. When the police officer peered in the driver’s window, he noticed a sour cream container sitting on the passenger seat labeled “NOT WEED.”
Believe it or not, the “NOT WEED” sour cream container actually contained weed! 11.4 grams, to be exact.
Though Sarah Palin may have shed a tear or two when her home state became the third to enact marijuana legalization in the U.S. Tuesday, her hometown of Wasilla, Alaska, has instituted strict (tight-assed) regulations that may just bring a smile back to her face — that is, if her face is still capable of showing emotion.
Wasilla (population 8,000) is known for its ‘hands-off government’ approach to most things, including hunting, ATVs, and superstores like Walmart. However, Palin’s hometown now has the strictest regulations in the country when it comes to legal marijuana.
The ‘know your farmer’ movement has now come to cannabis.
Yesterday, Bay Area cannabis tech startup Flow Kana held a private launch party for the world’s first farm-to-table marijuana app — medical, of course. Flow Kana is not quite exactly ‘name your own plant’-level locavorism, but it’s getting close.
Writer, comedienne, and Instagram nudist Chelsea Handler turned 40 yesterday, and to celebrate she gave herself the gift that keeps on giving: a medical marijuana card.
Handler has made no secret of her pot use in her books, stand up, and social media presence — much like almost every successful comedian. In fact, it was on Twitter that she made this grand announcement. Making her outspoken love of marijuana officially 'legal' shows that maturity really does come with age. That, or maybe she just wanted to be prepared for lower-priced, less-taxed MMJ when California finally legalizes next year. (Thought creates!)
The conservative bastion of Utah could join twenty-three other states in permitting medical cannabis, under new legislation introduced today.
Senate Bill 259 from Sen. Mark B. Madsen would create a state registry of medical cannabis patients who could possess and use the botanical drug. The bill would also direct the state of Utah to issue licenses for cultivators, processors, and dispensaries.