Center for Legal Cannabis

Oct 29 | CEO behind synthetic pot Izms arrested in $2-million drug raid

The CEO of a company that sells what he calls a legal marijuana alternative is in hot water once again after police made a $2-million bust of illegal drugs, arresting five men including him.

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Oct 29 | ‘Every prime minister has smoked cannabis’

A defence lawyer told a magistrate yesterday that “every prime minister in Europe has admitted to smoking a joint at one time or another”.

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Oct 28 | I-502 Anniversary Rally

Public event, 12/6/2013 3:00 PM, Next 50 Pavilion, Seattle Center.

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Oct 28 | Wash. town may reconsider city-run pot shop

WHITE SALMON, Wash. – The small town of White Salmon, Wash. met Monday morning to discuss the possibility of opening a city-run marijuana shop.

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Oct 28 | Medical Cannabis Pill for Pets Announced

SEATTLE, WA, USA, October 28, 2013 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Canna-Pet refines cannabidiol (CBD) from hemp to provide the medical benefits of “medical marijuana,” but without the “high” of THC.

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Oct 28 | Ministry to announce 'far reaching' regulations of marijuana use in Israel

The Health Ministry is expected to announce a bill to regulate the independent use of cannabis (also known as marijuana) in Israel in the coming weeks.

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Oct 28 | U.S. firm wants rezoning for pot

Lafitte Ventures is a Canadian company set up by Privateer Holdings, a U.S. firm with a focus on making investments in the legal cannabis market. Lafitte CEO Brendan Kennedy, who is also listed as CEO of Privateer Holdings, said the company has been searching for a suitable sight across Canada for months before finding the Duke Point site. The owner of the property, More or Les Ventures Ltd., has accepted an offer on the land, Kennedy said.

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Oct 28 | With Suit, Parents of Boy With Seizures Press Arizona Officials on Marijuana Act

PHOENIX — Arguing that medical marijuana has been the most effective treatment for their son’s seizure disorder, the parents of a 5-year-old boy filed a lawsuit here on Monday to force state officials to include marijuana extracts — oil-like resins with very low levels of the psychoactive ingredient THC — as a legal product under the state’s medical marijuana act.

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Oct 28 | Senator: Fight for homegrown medical marijuana not over in Washington

When three state agencies published a list of recommendations for the Washington Legislature to consider the next time it tackles medical marijuana, alarms went off in the besieged medical cannabis community.

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Oct 28 | Gov't actively looking into reforming ganja law

JUSTICE Minister Senator Mark Golding has said active consideration is being given to reforming the law relating to ganja in Jamaica to allow its use, but within certain parameters.

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Sean Cecil, Attorney Canna Law Group