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Salem-News.com (Dec-23-2015 03:30)

George Clayton Johnson has Died (UPDATED)

EDITOR: “Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated”: George Clayton Johnson died Dec 25, 2015, not the 22nd as previously reported.

(SALEM, Ore.) - George Clayton Johnson The illuminating, exoterical, astronomical George Clayton Johnson has died. He was 86. The genius science-fiction writer behind so much of what we’ve all watched and enjoyed has passed on to his next adventure. The cause was cancer, his son, Paul B. Johnson, told the Associated Press.

George Clayton Johnson wrote the very first episode of Star Trek, The Man Trap; he wrote eight original Twilight Zone episodes for series creator Rod Serling including "Nothing in the Dark", "Kick the Can", "A Game of Pool", and "A Penny for Your Thoughts".

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Salem-News.com (Dec-20-2015 20:26)

Support Increases for Cannabis Legalization among Knesset Members

Magal's bill will repeal criminal penalties for the use of cannabis.

(TEL AVIV) - Yinon Magal Yinon Magal, a member of the Knesset for the Jewish Home, revealed in an interview that he recently in his parliamentary activity smoked marijuana, which is illegal in Israel without a medical permit.

According to the report, he said in an interview with Channel ITV2 that he never delivered a speech or made decisions under the influence of light drugs as a Knesset member.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-09-2015 23:22)

Oregon Cannabis Research Task Force to meet December 15

The agenda includes summary of research on medical uses of cannabis; state and federal cannabis research programs.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - sweet irish kush The new Oregon Task Force on Researching the Medical and Public Health Properties of Cannabis -- the Cannabis Research Task Force -- is holding its first meeting. The meeting is open to the public.

Senate Bill 844, passed in 2015, created the Cannabis Research Task Force to study and publish a report on the development of a medical cannabis industry that provides patients with medical products meeting individual patient needs.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-09-2015 06:30)

Cannabis is Medicine for Crohn`s Patient Teenager Coltyn Turner

What seemed like a long shot has turned out to be the best option available. And it’s natural.

(COLORADO SPRINGS, CO.) - Coltyn Turner A young man named Coltyn Turner may turn out to be an integral cog in the wheel that gets the Federal government to pay attention to patients benefiting from cannabis as medicine. In fact, Coltyn would greatly appreciate some time with the President of the United States. He would tell him that cannabis saved his life.

2 years ago, Coltyn Turner was dying from Crohn's Disease. He was diagnosed at age 11, though he suffered from the condition since birth.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-17-2015 02:39)

2015 Hempstalk Harvest Festival Kicks off Saturday at 10am

Thousands Ascending on Portland to Celebrate Hemp and Cannabis, Rain or Shine!

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Hempstalk The 11th Portland Hempstalk Harvest Festival is taking over Tom McCall Waterfront Park this weekend, and hemp enthusiasts couldn’t be happier.

Portland's annual Hempstalk Festival advocates decriminalization of hemp and cannabis for medicinal, industrial, and recreational use. Though stories to the contrary were spread without foundation, Hempstalk is on!

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Salem-News.com (Oct-07-2015 23:54)

George Martorano, the Longest-Serving First-Time Non-Violent Offender in US Fed Prisons is FREE

My being truly truly thanks all of those upon moving earth, that care so much about me.

(SALEM, Ore.) - George Martorano FREE AT LAST! George Martorano, the longest-serving first-time non-violent offender in the Federal Bureau of Prisons, HAS BEEN RELEASED. After 32 years....he is HOME.

In 1984, on the advice of his attorney Robert Simone, Martorano pled guilty to 19 counts of drug possession and distribution.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-01-2015 02:00)

MARIJUANA FOR SALE! Legal Pot for Oregon Adults

No longer do marijuana consumers have to hide their preference for pot.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Sweet Irish Kush marijuana Pot enthusiasts in Oregon are especially happy today. Recreational cannabis sales begin as of now.

Oregon voters passed Measure 91 last November by a wide margin, and their voices have been heard. The Legislature gave Oregon medical marijuana dispensaries permission to sell to the non-medical market until retail stores are set up, and those sales begin today.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-30-2015 23:25)

On the Eve of Legal Weed in Oregon

We are at the brink of a new day in Oregon, a legal day.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon marijuana On the eve of legal weed for adults 21 and over within the state of Oregon, chaos and confusion continue.

Dispensary operators struggle and stress hoping to fill the demands of the opening cannabis retail sales industry explosion anticipated to take place come morning.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-30-2015 22:49)

Marijuana Sales Begin in Oregon Thursday

Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Given Head Start Before Other Stores

(SALEM, Ore.) - cannamedicine Oregon, which legalized marijuana in 2014 with Measure 91, is beginning sales tomorrow, Thursday October 1st.

Existing medical marijuana dispensaries will be permitted to get a head start on sales before other, non-medical stores, which are expected to open in Fall 2016.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-28-2015 06:43)

Prominent Medical Marijuana Defense Attorney, William McPike`s Home Raided by Sheriff`s Department

Busts on medical marijuana patients have not ended, though many may be fooled into thinking so.

(SALEM, Ore.) - William McPike Prominent medical marijuana defense attorney, William McPike opened the door of his residence Friday morning to find a dozen uniformed Madera Deputy sheriffs waiting on the other side. Madera County is located in California's San Joaquin Valley.

Sgt Larry Rich, who had just gotten out of a white unmarked vehicle, brandished a search warrant and demanded access to McPike's home. Deja vu ...Earlier in the week, Sgt Rich had made an appearance at the same location, but without any paperwork.

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