April 18, 2014
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Salem-News.com (Apr-17-2014 11:47)
Cannabis Goes Viral in Denver Colorado on April 19thSalem-News.com
Kannaway Unveils Cannabidiol (CBD)-Rich Hemp Oil Products and Presents Unique Business Opportunity for Households Nationwide.
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Kannaway, LLC ("Kannaway" or "Company"), the first cannabis network marketing company that focuses on hemp botanical products, is hosting its inaugural convention during Colorado's "420 weekend" April 18th-19th at the Sheraton -- Downtown Denver.
Salem-News.com (Apr-10-2014 10:19)
Oregon`s Grassroots Cannabis Campaign Moves ForwardSalem-News.com
Legal use of cannabis will stop needless police action and bring in money to the State of Oregon.
Initiative Petitions 21 and 22, The Oregon Cannabis Amendment and The Oregon Cannabis Tax Act, headed by The Campaign for the Restoration and Regulation of Hemp (CRRH), are in the race for the July 3 deadline.
Salem-News.com (Mar-31-2014 13:33)
MSSP Hosts Medical Marijuana EventSalem-News.com
"Our goal is to help educate individuals. We know many of them are taking marijuana as medicine and we want to make sure it's done in full compliance with Oregon's new law" - Candyce Hayes, executive director of the MSSP
From Dr. Sanjay Gupta to Oregon's new law allowing for medical marijuana dispensaries, there is a growing recognition that marijuana can help sufferers of neurological diseases.
Salem-News.com (Mar-31-2014 13:04)
Northern California Politics are Changing!Eric Salerno Salem-News.com
Kathie Thelen has separated herself from her fellow political candidates by managing her own campaign with friends, and not hiring outside consulting firms.
This past month of March has seen a new breed of political candidates in the Northern California area. Regular citizens some new to the political arena have stepped into the ring putting their time and energy into changing their communities.
Salem-News.com (Mar-27-2014 16:07)
Here Comes Ukrainian HempDave Swanson Salem-News.com
Isn't the precedent of connecting U.S. foreign policy in any way to a substance that benefits, rather than destroys, the environment of potentially great value?
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So the United States wants to buy hemp from the Ukraine. I suppose we should be happy. Anytime the U.S. government gives a country money that is not earmarked for weapons, we probably shouldn't too closely examine the unelected neo-liberals and neo-Nazis handling the cash.
Salem-News.com (Mar-11-2014 12:06)
Oregon Medical Marijuana Business Conference Announced in EugeneSalem-News.com
Event provides insights and expertise on medical marijuana industry preparedness
Following the sold-out debut of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Business Conference (OMMBC) in Ashland, producer Alex Rogers has announced a new and bigger conference in Eugene, Oregon.
Salem-News.com (Mar-05-2014 14:10)
Study: Medical Marijuana Reduces Auto Accidents & Alcohol UseSalem-News.com
The economists analyzed traffic fatalities nationwide, including the 13 states that legalized medical marijuana between 1990 and 2009.
A study by the University of Colorado Denver and Montana State University shows that laws legalizing Medical Marijuana have resulted in a nearly 9 percent drop in traffic deaths and a 5 percent reduction in beer sales.
Salem-News.com (Feb-27-2014 10:41)
Monster Drug Pushers: The Army and the VA SystemDr. Phillip Leveque Professor of Pharmacology Salem-News.com
Even though marijuana/cannabis is still illegal in many states, Veterans and non-Veterans are willing to take the chance and use it for PTSD...
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The Army and I presume the Marine Corps, trains its own addicts. If you don't believe me, pay attention.
Salem-News.com (Feb-25-2014 23:52)
Maryland Senator Corrects Police Chief in Hearing on Marijuana LegalizationSalem-News.com
Anti-Legalize-and-Regulate Cops Accidentally Highlight Own Ignorance of Drug War Issues.
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The oppositional side of the hearing on legalization and regulation of marijuana in the Maryland Senate turned into a comedy of errors today.
Salem-News.com (Feb-21-2014 11:26)
Marijuana: Good for Mental DiseasesDr. Phil Leveque, Professor of Pharmacology Salem-News.com
40,000,000 patients say “Yes”
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There appears to be a great controversy about whether Marijuana/Cannabis is beneficial for mental disease or if it is really harmful.
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