Kush Bottles Working With California Legislators To Help Craft Child-Safe Marijuana Packaging

"As this industry moves from the backstreets to the boardrooms, we must continue to demonstrate our unwavering commitment to operating in a safe and sensible manner," he added.

CALIFORNIA: Kush Bottles, the nation’s largest wholesale distributor of pharmaceutical grade containers for the natural health and medical marijuana industry, announced today that they have formed an Executive Committee to work with legislators, regulators and lawmakers in states where medical and recreational marijuana is legal.

Kush Bottles Working With California Legislators To Help Craft Child-Safe Marijuana Packaging

"As this industry moves from the backstreets to the boardrooms, we must continue to demonstrate our unwavering commitment to operating in a safe and sensible manner," he added.

CALIFORNIA: Kush Bottles, the nation’s largest wholesale distributor of pharmaceutical grade containers for the natural health and medical marijuana industry, announced today that they have formed an Executive Committee to work with legislators, regulators and lawmakers in states where medical and recreational marijuana is legal.

Mormon Mom Wants Medical Marijuana for Her Sick Son

Jennifer May and her son Stockton when he was a small child.

UTAH:  Jennifer May has tried 25 treatments in 10 years, a mix of prescribed diets and drugs, to quiet the lightning in her son’s brain. Only two eased Stockton May’s seizures. But their toxic side effects ravaged his bones and immune system, and the relief was temporary.

Mormon Mom Wants Medical Marijuana for Her Sick Son

UTAH:  Jennifer May has tried 25 treatments in 10 years, a mix of prescribed diets and drugs, to quiet the lightning in her son’s brain. Only two eased Stockton May’s seizures. But their toxic side effects ravaged his bones and immune system, and the relief was temporary.

Senate Agrees to Christie's Marijuana Rules for Kids

Meghan Wilson and daughter Vivian, 2, at their home in Scotch Plains, N.J.

NEW JERSEY: The New Jersey Senate was nearly unanimous Monday in approving conditions imposed by Gov. Christie before he would sign a bill easing children’s access to medical marijuana. The vote was 34-1.