A former news anchor in Eugene, Oregon has become a cannabis activist after she was fired from her job for her marijuana use.
Cyd Maurer says she was recently headed to a live shot in rush hour traffic when she bumped into another car. In the video below, she describes what happened. A drug test led to her dismissal, not by the people who ran the station, but by a corporate lawyer.
A first of its kind television ad for a cannabis product was all set to air on a local Colorado station, but has been pulled from the commercial lineup over legal concerns.
The short 15-second spot for Neos, a cannabis company that makes ‘vape pens’ infused with cannabis oil, was scheduled to air on Denver ABC affiliate KMGH shortly before the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” show.
Apparently you can’t fly high, even if you’re Lil Wayne. Minutes after takeoff on Tuesday, the crews of Lil Wayne’s chartered private jet turned around and kicked the rapper off for allegedly sparking a blunt minutes after wheels up.
According to TMZ, Weezy informed the pilot that he and his entourage would, in fact, be hot boxing the cabin. The pilot was less than impressed and told the group that they could absolutely not smoke on the airplane.
The unfortunate people, who lost their homes last week, when a tornado wreaked havoc on the Central Illinois town of Delavan received help from a new business in town.
Revolution Enterprises, one of the leading medical marijuana companies in the state, and also part of the devastated community is paying for hotel rooms for residents displaced by the powerful tornado.
In the year 2013 over 16,000 people died from prescription painkiller overdoses in the United States. That’s 16,000 dead people from taking too much of something their doctor prescribed to them. For comparison, zero people died from consuming too much cannabis.
A new study from the RAND Corporation and the University of California-Irvine (UCI) is showing some of the ways pills and marijuana are linked, and how the latter is helping people get away from the former.