Marijuana Ad In The NYTs: All The News That’s Fit To Smoke

Sunday New York Times runs a paid marijuana ad.

NEW YORK:  Readers of the Sunday New York Times will have an added distraction to the crossword puzzle:  a paid advertisement for marijuana.  Surprised?  You shouldn’t be. On July 5, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law New York’s Compassionate Care Act, making the use of medicinal marijuana legal.  Conditions qualifying for legal purchase and use of Read the full article…

Don’t Harsh Our Mellow, Dude

After more than a month of marijuana sales, Bellingham's Top Shelf Cannabis will be the first to offer pot-infused food products and oils.

The caramel-chocolate flavored candy bar looked so innocent, like the Sky Bars I used to love as a child. Sitting in my hotel room in Denver, I nibbled off the end and then, when nothing happened, nibbled some more. I figured if I was reporting on the social revolution rocking Colorado in January, the giddy Read the full article…

American Mayors: Let Them Smoke Pot

Earnest described the Obama administration's position on marijuana as mainly focused on prosecuting drug traffickers rather than individual users.

It has been more than seven months since voters in Colorado and Washington State chose to legalize marijuana for recreational use, in contravention of federal drug laws. It has been more than three months since Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. told the Senate Judiciary Committee that he would announce his department’s response to the new statutes “relatively Read the full article…

American Mayors: Let Them Smoke Pot

Earnest described the Obama administration's position on marijuana as mainly focused on prosecuting drug traffickers rather than individual users.

It has been more than seven months since voters in Colorado and Washington State chose to legalize marijuana for recreational use, in contravention of federal drug laws. It has been more than three months since Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. told the Senate Judiciary Committee that he would announce his department’s response to the new statutes “relatively Read the full article…