War on Drugs Game Changer

The History of the War on Drugs in America. At the turn of the 20th century, there was little to no regulation on drugs. People bought and sold cocaine, heroin, cannabis, and other drugs freely and legally. It was possible to go into a drugstore and buy a medicinal syrup mixed with cocaine. This is obviously not the way things are today, and the road from near total deregulation to draconian federal restrictions was paved more with racist politics than with actual concern for people’s health. The first step toward the war on drugs was one that clearly needed to...
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Marc Emery Canada’s Marijuana Hero

Born in 1958, Marc Emery has devoted his life and his career to fighting for the rights of Canadians and people all over North America to have access to marijuana. He has worked with many political parties and groups in his fight to reform marijuana policy both domestically and internationally. Some of the groups Emery has worked with in Canada and the United States include: • The Freedom Party of Canada • The New Democratic Party • The Unparty • The Marijuana Party of Canada • The Green Party Marc Emery is willing to put his money (and his freedom)...
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Prince & Princess of Pot get raided in Quebec

Prince & Princess of Pot get raided the following day of opening 6 dispensaries. The arrest took place in Montreal. Justin Trudeau had promised to legalize cannabis during his campaign but the drug is still considered illegal under federal law and numerous charges are pending. It was the very first time Jodie was arrested.
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Happy New Year 2017 BC Seeds

Happy New Year 2017 BC Seeds, the year 2017 is an exciting year. Keep your eyes posted for even more advanced genetically modified strains. We really struggled to keep up with demand in 2016 and it's predicted again that the global cannabis seed shortage is to continue well into 2017.
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The Parties and Pot: How American Politics Is Divided on Marijuana

While there are many other, louder divisions between Republicans and Democrats in the United States, marijuana is a division that has extreme polarity. Overall, the Grand Old Party considers cannabis to be a dangerous and harmful drug that is a gateway to even more insidious vices – despite the lack of empirical evidence supporting this claim and in fact the overwhelming amount of evidence supporting exactly the opposite: that marijuana is not harmful, is not dangerous, and is not a gateway drug. Meanwhile, the Democratic Party has had more or less an ambivalent status toward marijuana, sometimes supporting medical marijuana...
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