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On this federal holiday dedicated to celebrating our great Presidents, we wanted to give a particular shout out to George Washington, our first Hemp President and Barack Obama, our latest Hemp President. Now that is a nice way to frame this holiday, and certainly something worth celebrating.
Last year I found myself wanting to do more than sit behind my computer and gripe about the government. I wanted to become part of the voices that created the change we so desperately need in our world. So I joined protests against GMO’s. I joined rallies for patients rights to medical cannabis. I started volunteering for non profits benefiting my community. Continue reading
By Michael Chazukow
NEW JERSEY: Most cameras in Trenton were fixed on Governor Christie’s scandal hearings last week. The “Bridge-gate” controversy as well as allegations that he misused Sandy Relief funds has been so dominant in the news that the excellent work of our legislature was being overlooked. Controversy hearings dominated our capitol last week, and the Governor’s second term inauguration events were also well covered. So as usual, mainstream media was too pre-occupied to report Chris Christie’s actions to double-down on our state’s draconian cannabis laws.
Last week, two cannabis reform bills were passed through the NJ Legislature: S1220 would have “required registered qualifying patient’s authorized use of medical marijuana to be considered equivalent to use of any other prescribed medication and not the use of an illicit substance that would otherwise disqualify a qualifying patient from needed medical care, including organ transplants.” Continue reading