You’ve filled the dishwasher and wiped the counters, but somehow that dank aroma of the late night kitchen sesh just won’t stop lingering in your Airbnb. Fear not, renters! At the new vacation rental site, Bud & Breakfast, that’s exactly what they expect.
It only makes sense that cannabis-friendly home rentals are next in line for new companies looking to capitalize on expanding legalization. The Boulder, Colorado, company launched last Thursday.
Evidently marijuana-infused ice cream is a real thing, and this stuff is the real deal, made by a third-generation ice cream maker — a far cry from the endless sea of questionable edibles made in anonymous kitchens from across the Bay Area I saw for sale during the 4/20 festivities in San Francisco.
Bill Maher has a new political goal: turn 4/20 into an official national holiday.
To argue his point, he read his viewers “’Twas the Night Before 4/20” — a lovely bedtime story with a great message, which is… Uh… Weed is fun?
Maher turned to Change.org to create a petition that would officially make 4/20 a national holiday:
A federal judge in Sacramento, California, has declined to remove marijuana from the Schedule I list of most dangerous drugs, which has disappointed legalization proponents and activists who viewed this as a watershed moment and a chance to get closer to the goal of nationwide legalization.
Judge Kimberly J. Mueller of the Federal District Court in Sacramento said during a brief 15-minute court hearing that she was initially going to rule that marijuana should not be on the list of Schedule I drugs, but ultimately decided that it should be up to Congress to change the law if it wishes.
Yesterday on 4/20, “the best day of the year,” rapper Waka Flocka Flame announced his candidacy for the president of the United States. **Confetti cannons shoot pounds of shake into the air.**
Rolling Stone has released the video of Candidate Flame throwing is name into the 2016 presidential race and addressing some hot button issues, along with the main platform on which he is running: to legalize marijuana.
CBS News is reporting this morning that Drug Enforcement Administration Chief Michele M. Leonhart is expected to resign amid mounting furor over a series of scandals in the nation’s top narcotics enforcement branch.
“A senior administration official tells CBS News Senior White House Correspondent Bill Plante that DEA administrator Michele Leonhart is expected to step down soon.”
The legendary rapper and face of the modern marijuana movement, Snoop Dogg, is investing in his own chosen field of expertise.
The rapper's venture capitol firm, Casa Verde Capitol, took part in raising $10 million for a new marijuana startup, Eaze. The money raised for the startup was a joint venture from investors including DCM Ventures, 500 Startups, Fresh VC, and Snoop's Casa Verde Capitol.