Weekend Unlimited Wins Lottery To Trade Under “POT” Symbol On CSE

Weekend Unlimited

POT lottery raises awareness and demand, OTC listing provides US investor access and broadens shareholder base CANADA: Weekend Unlimited announced that it will begin to trade today on the CSE under the symbol POT. In addition, the Company is trading on the OTC Pink Open Market with ticker symbol WKULF. The Company, which has just announced that Read the full article…

Being Moody: Growing Pot Next Door To Congress

The latest Washington showdown isn't over budgets or confirmation hearings -- it's over pot.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:  The latest Washington showdown isn’t over budgets or confirmation hearings — it’s over pot. Marijuana has been legal in the District of Columbia for nearly two months now, despite ongoing warnings from Congress that the city’s voter-approved experiment violates federal law. Voters in Washington overwhelmingly approved an initiative last November that allows Read the full article…

Church Members Protest Seattle Pot Shop As Too Close For Comfort

“We’re talking to youth about how it’s not OK to smoke pot, and outside, we’ve got this shop making a statement that opposes what we’re teaching.”

WASHINGTON:  When a new retail shop started constructing its location at 23rd Avenue and East Union Street in Seattle’s Central District, the Mount Calvary Christian Center had no problem allowing the business to excavate under part of the church’s property. The primarily black church has been happy to see once rampant crime at the intersection Read the full article…

Retired Justice John Paul Stevens: Marijuana Should Be Legal

If only our current Justices were as enlightened.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Retired Justice John Paul Stevens made some news in an interview with NPR’s Scott Simon on Thursday. Scott asked him if the federal government should legalize marijuana. “Yes,” Stevens replied. “I really think that that’s another instance of public opinion [that's] changed. And recognize that the distinction between marijuana and alcoholic beverages Read the full article…

Study of Pot Smokers’ Brains Shows That MRIs Cause Bad Science Reporting

Which one had weed?

This week a study of cannabis consumers published by The Journal of Neuroscience provided powerful evidence that MRI scans cause shoddy science reporting. Researchers at Northwestern University and Massachusetts General Hospital used MRIs to compare the brains of 20 young adults who reported smoking pot at least once a week and 20 controls who had used marijuana no more Read the full article…