Elected Officials And Industry Leaders To Speak At NYC Cannabis Parade & Rally This Saturday, May 5

NYC Cannabis Parade is May 5

In its 47th year, the Event starts in Midtown and marches to Union Square Park for an afternoon rally NEW YORK:  New York’s longest running annual pro-cannabis event, the NYC Cannabis Parade and Rally, returns for its 47th year this Saturday, May 5.  A powerful slate of elected officials, including two state legislators and three City Read the full article…

NYC Cannabis Parade & Rally Is May 5th

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RESIST PROHIBITION, REALIZE, LEGALIZE NYC Cannabis Parade & Founding Chapter of the Global Marijuana March Leads Worldwide Day of Advocacy and Entertainment

The 47th Annual Parade starts in Midtown and marches to Union Square Park for an afternoon rally NEW YORK: New York’s longest running annual pro-cannabis event, established by The Youth International Party (Yippies) in 1971, the NYC Cannabis Parade and Rally, returns for its 47th year on May 5.   A powerful roster of elected officials, including two state Read the full article…

Hemp Might Finally Make A Comeback in America

“I think that once people see the value of hemp, it'll become a no-brainer,” said farmer Ryan Loflin, the Colorado man who has already planted 60 acres of the plant.

COLORADO: The New York Times wrote Thursday about Colorado’s “marijuana refugees”: families who uprooted their lives to the move to the state when it legalized pot because the drug has crucial medicinal affects on their children’s illnesses. “I put what fit in my car and drove out here,” Marisa Kiser, whose toddler, Ezra, has had seizures almost since Read the full article…

Hemp Might Finally Make A Comeback in America

A bill to legalize commercial use of hemp in New Mexico breezed through its first legislative test Tuesday.

COLORADO: The New York Times wrote Thursday about Colorado’s “marijuana refugees”: families who uprooted their lives to the move to the state when it legalized pot because the drug has crucial medicinal affects on their children’s illnesses. “I put what fit in my car and drove out here,” Marisa Kiser, whose toddler, Ezra, has had seizures almost since Read the full article…