Overtoke TV News for 09-05-2018

Medical Marijuana Is Not Compassionate Comedy

Report: 1 in 5 Mass. adults use marijuana

BOSTON – About 21 percent of adults in Massachusetts have used marijuana in the last 30 days, and of those who have consumed the drug, about a third reported having driven under the influence, according to a new Department of Public Health report. The study found that more than half of adults in Massachusetts perceive marijuana to have slight or no risks, and more than half of marijuana users consume it for non-medical purposes. The DPH reported that 26 percent of men and 17 percent of women have used marijuana in the last month, a total of roughly 21 percent of adults in the state. The study, required by the marijuana law legislators put on the books a year ago, began in early 2017 and found that the rate of marijuana use is greatest among people aged 18 to 25. DPH said baseline data suggest that about 7 percent of all adults drove under the influence of marijuana in the past 30 days and that about 12 percent of all adults rode with a driver who was under the influence of marijuana. 

Nearly 35 percent of adults who reported using marijuana in the past 30 days also reported driving under the influence of marijuana, DPH said. There is currently no roadside test, similar to a breathalyzer test for alcohol, for law enforcement to check for marijuana impairment. Legal non-medical marijuana sales were expected to start July 1 in Massachusetts, but that target will not be met. The Cannabis Control Commission meets Monday and is expected to license the state’s first retail marijuana shop. In total, 3,022 individuals responded to the survey, DPH said. 

About 71 percent of the state’s marijuana users are white, 12 percent are Hispanic, 7 percent are black and 3 percent are Asian, the report found. The report said white non-Hispanic men and people between ages 18 and 20 have the highest prevalence of marijuana use. 

Keywords: [“marijuana”,”percent”,”report”]
Source: http://www.lowellsun.com/…/ci_31978132/report-1-5-mass-adults-use-marijuana

Marijuana-friendly campuses? I don’t think so

In the run-up to the legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada on Oct. 17, 2018, many universities and colleges are still in a wait-and-see position concerning marijuana use on campus. TRU’s 20-person Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee, of which I am a member, unanimously voted on March 5, 2018, to ban all smoking of marijuana products on campus – for health and safety reasons. Pro-marijuana smokers on the TRU committee argued that marijuana smoke is no different than cigarette smoke and that smoking areas designated for cigarette smoke should also be used for marijuana. Naïve bystanders cannot tell the potency of the marijuana smoked just by smell alone. Most animal studies demonstrate the ease with which such second- hand marijuana smoke can negatively affect behaviour. 

Very few know that marijuana smoke has 300 to 500 per cent more carcinogens than tobacco smoke. Marijuana has been linked to addiction, drops in grades, slips and falls and car accidents. The JOHSC at Thompson Rivers University is considering individual ingestion of medical marijuana – via brownies, gummy bears or pills – on campus because the consumption of such medicinal products doesn’t negatively impact others directly. Marijuana is an intoxicant and therefore is analogous to drinking alcohol on campus. Smoking marijuana should therefore fall under the Liquor Control and Licensing Act Section 40, 1996, chapter 267. 

As TRU did not allow the open consumption of alcohol in public places on campus, neither would it allow marijuana to be smoked on campus. Marijuana has been linked to impaired motor co-ordination, altered judgment and risky sexual behaviour. 

Keywords: [“marijuana”,”smoke”,”university”]
Source: http://theconversation.com/marijuana-friendly-campuses-i-dont-think-so-100650

High Maintenance Archives

Joel Fernando, a Brooklyn filmmaker with hipster hair and bright red aviators, pitched his marijuana venture at a popular Colorado Springs coffee shop, reports Rebecca Celli of The Colorado Independent. Fernando’s plan is two-fold: to start up a major pot production operation in Colorado and to chronicle his process for a new web series, to be distributed by Slate this January,. The series will explore Fernando’s business endeavor through numerous short documentary installments. Each episode will be less than 10 minutes, and will feature people and policies central to Colorado’s budding marijuana economy. Fernando is not the first aspiring marijuana entrepreneur to drive cross-country on a whim. 

He’s also not the first young urban filmmaker to create a pot-oriented web series. If New York is the fifth character in Sex and the City, then pot is the third in the YouTube web series turned half-hour-long Comedy Central show, Broad City. The series, which follows the female twenty-somethings in New York City trope, is known for its crude humor and memorable scenes of pot-smoking through Skype. The episodes of High Maintenance, the most intricate rendition of the pot web series trend, are the well-crafted vignettes of diverse New Yorkers – middle-aged bird watchers, Passover seder-goers, couch surfers, a cross-dressing father – all subtly bound together by the narrative of a nameless pot delivery man. The best web series sell out, or at least begin to sell. 

Slate, the distributor of Fernando’s series, publishes stories commenting on all of these shows. As for Joel Fernando, his upcoming series will be free and relatively unpublicized. 

Keywords: [“series”,”marijuana”,”Fernando”]
Source: https://marijuana.heraldtribune.com/tag/high-maintenance

Overtoke TV News for 08-24-2018

Funny pot smokers marijuana comedy Ep51Part3

Marijuana-friendly campuses? I don’t think so …

In the run-up to the legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada on Oct. 17, 2018, many universities and colleges are still in a wait-and-see position concerning marijuana use on campus. TRU’s 20-person Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee, of which I am a member, unanimously voted on March 5, 2018, to ban all smoking of marijuana products on campus – for health and safety reasons. Pro-marijuana smokers on the TRU committee argued that marijuana smoke is no different than cigarette smoke and that smoking areas designated for cigarette smoke should also be used for marijuana. Naive bystanders cannot tell the potency of the marijuana smoked just by smell alone. Most animal studies demonstrate the ease with which such second- hand marijuana smoke can negatively affect behaviour. 

Very few know that marijuana smoke has 300 to 500 per cent more carcinogens than tobacco smoke. Marijuana has been linked to addiction, drops in grades, slips and falls and car accidents. The JOHSC at Thompson Rivers University is considering individual ingestion of medical marijuana – via brownies, gummy bears or pills – on campus because the consumption of such medicinal products doesn’t negatively impact others directly. Marijuana is an intoxicant and therefore is analogous to drinking alcohol on campus. Smoking marijuana should therefore fall under the Liquor Control and Licensing Act Section 40, 1996, chapter 267. 

As TRU did not allow the open consumption of alcohol in public places on campus, neither would it allow marijuana to be smoked on campus. Marijuana has been linked to impaired motor co-ordination, altered judgment and risky sexual behaviour. 

Keywords: [“marijuana”,”smoke”,”university”]
Source: https://nationalpost.com/pmn/news-pmn/marijuana-friendly-campuses…

Paid content: Unlock Plenty of Perks with Your Medical Marijuana Card

Medical cannabis was legalized in California way back in 1996 with Prop. Now two years years into recreational, the medical cannabis market hasn’t disappeared. More municipalities are in favor of MMJ. Current numbers show that only 14% allow recreational cannabis dispensaries and 19% allow recreational cannabis deliveries, while 20% allow storefront medical dispensaries and 32% allow medical cannabis deliveries. As a MMJ patient, you’re allowed to buy and possess more cannabis due to less restrictive purchase limits and increased possession limits. 

There’s significant legal framework protecting medical cannabis patients. You’re allowed to grow more of your own cannabis; dispensaries can only give free cannabis to medical cannabis patients; and you’re protected from prosecution, as long as you posses/carry/grow the legal limit. Cannabis is still illegal for anyone under the age of 21 without a medical cannabis card. If you are, you’ll need a medical cannabis card to buy marijuana anywhere in California. You’re also protected by HIPPA regulations so your medical cannabis records won’t show up in a background or pre-employment check. 

A medical marijuana ID card, or MMIC, is state-issued and puts you in a California database with a unique ID number; no personal and private info required! Plus, as mentioned, it saves you from state or local cannabis sales taxes. These cannabis experts are available everyday to address any questions or concerns you have about being a marijuana patient – legislation, products, prices, storefront vs cannabis delivery like Nugg. Check out NuggMD today and find out for yourself if medical cannabis right for you! 

Keywords: [“cannabis”,”Medical”,”patient”]
Source: http://www.dailycal.org/2018/08/01/unlock-plenty-perks-medical-marijuana-card

Museum Dedicated To Comedy Opens In Lucille Ball’s Hometown

Celebrate all comedy, and establish Jamestown as a destination for that. She’s executive director of the brand-new National Comedy Center. Gunderson says it’s chock-full of comedy history. GUNDERSON: In the first wing alone visitors encounter a dress and joke cards from Phyllis Diller, Joan Rivers’ personal and creative papers, Jack Benny’s tuxedo, Charlie Chaplin’s cane, Seinfeld’s puffy shirt and Emmy award, Harold Ramis’…. CORNISH: Whether you’re a casual fan or a comedy nerd, Gunderson says there’s enough within the walls of the National Comedy Center to keep you occupied for days. 

No. CORNISH: Joking aside, Black says his favorite part of the collection is George Carlin’s extensive personal archive. BLACK: You’ll see notes that he wrote of his comedy sketches. CORNISH: It’s a peek into the process of a comedy genius, something Black says is important to save for the next generation. BLACK: There’s a real possibility that a lot of the work in terms of comedy, in terms of the history of comedy is going to get lost. 

So what this provided was a space in which that through line could be maintained and expanded on so that a kid could go back and see if they’re doing comedy or they love comedy, you know, where it came from. Lewis Black has been coming to the area for a long time for the annual Lucille Ball Comedy Festival. If you’re devoted to comedy, the trip is well worth it. CORNISH: The National Comedy Center is open as of this week in Lucille Ball’s hometown, Jamestown, N.Y. Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright NPR.. 

Keywords: [“comedy”,”Black”,”CORNISH”]
Source: http://www.wkar.org/post/museum-dedicated-comedy-opens-lucille-balls-hometown

Comedy finally has a home

It may be as good a reason as any for the construction of the new high-tech center devoted to what has made people laugh from Vaudeville to now. The nonprofit center in Jamestown was inspired by hometown hero, Lucille Ball, who envisioned a place where comedy would be celebrated as an art form. The city of about 30,000 people in the southwest corner of New York already is home to the annual Lucille Ball Comedy Festival and the Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum. Located in a repurposed 1930 art-deco train station, the center is part museum, part hall of fame and part video arcade, keeping visitors smiling as they move through displays of comedic artifacts. There also are plenty of chances to laugh at the pros in action. 

A club-like comedy lounge shows stand-up bits, and a movie theater has clips of classic scenes with celebrity commentary. A hologram theater initially will feature Jim Gaffigan’s evolution as a performer. The 37,000-square-foot, $50 million center received $9 million in funding from New York state, along with private and federal support. The House of Representatives on July 23 unanimously approved a bill designating it as the nation’s official comedy center. U.S. 

Sen. Charles Schumer, whose cousin, comedian Amy Schumer is in the opening-week lineup, is working on Senate action. He is part of the center’s largely celebrity advisory board, along with Gaffigan, Carl Reiner, Laraine Newman, W. Kamau Bell, Paula Poundstone and others. Among displays is the trench coat Lenny Bruce would wear in anticipation of going from stage to jail. 

Keywords: [“Center”,”Comedy”,”seven”]
Source: http://www.sentinelandenterprise.com/news/ci_32041890/comedy-finally-has-home

Overtoke TV News for 08-20-2018

DISJOINTED Official Trailer (HD) Kathy Bates Netflix Marijuana Sitcom

Netflix Marijuana Strains Used to Market Comedy That’s All Smoke and No Fire

If you regularly keep up on weed news, you’ve probably heard a bit about the new Netflix marijuana strains that were available last weekend as part of a promotion for their original comedy series Disjointed. While it’s always a welcome opportunity when a show attempts to normalize the use of weed, Disjointed may not be the best example of this, sadly. If thousands of personalized Instagram photos of people excitedly or nervously standing in front of a haunted house can reach horror fans, it stands to reason that Netflix is considering stoners a target audience for their marijuana-centric show by offering limited edition official Netflix marijuana strains. Three strains tie directly into Disjointed while other Netflix marijuana strains reference additional original programming such as Arrested Development and Orange is the New Black. The strains were available at West Hollywood’s Alternative Health Herbal Services over the weekend and Netflix received no profit from their sale, meaning their stake in this was purely promotional. 

The creative minds behind the marketing for Disjointed weren’t paralleled by the show’s writers. With this kind of lazy humor on a show set in a medical marijuana dispensary, you can probably guess how they handle stoner humor. It’s here that the idea to market official Netflix marijuana strains may have skipped a beat. The show is interrupted by fake commercials for marijuana products and bizarre segues that almost echo That ’70s Show. Not exactly the kind of jokes you’d hope for from a show about a marijuana dispensary in 2017. 

I recognize that Disjointed is a comedy show but its premise tackles some volatile situations, and placing the show in a unique position to actually broadcast a certain reputation for medical marijuana. Shows like Broad City, Six Feet Under and even Legends of Tomorrow seem to do more by showing regular people smoking weed and functioning normally in the greater plot of things. 

Keywords: [“show”,”marijuana”,”strain”]
Source: https://www.marijuanapackaging.com/blog/netflix-marijuana-strains…

Legal marijuana: Fresno City Council passes ban on pot businesses

Retail marijuana dispensaries and other businesses related to recreational use of marijuana will be barred from setting up shop in Fresno after the City Council voted 4-3 Thursday to prohibit such establishments. Councilmen Bredefeld, Steve Brandau, Paul Caprioglio and Luis Chavez voted for the commercial prohibition, while Council President Clint Olivier and council members Esmeralda Soria and Oliver Baines voted no. The code amendment still must return to the City Council for a second reading and final approval, most likely at the council’s Sept. 21 meeting. Testing labs in industrial areas of the city would be allowed, provided that marijuana testing represents 20 percent or less of their business. Prior to Thursday’s vote on the ban, the council approved a proposal by Olivier to seek a consultant to help the city study issues related to marijuana and Proposition 64. 

While the council approved the search for a consultant, a majority of the members also favored moving forward with a ban now. Caprioglio said the council has the freedom to modify its actions depending on what a consultant may recommend in the coming months. Public comments were cut short just before noon so the council could vote before several members had to leave for already-scheduled lunch meetings. Brand reminded the council and the audience that the ban only deals with recreational uses of marijuana. Existing city laws prohibit medical marijuana dispensaries – a subject of many of the comments from the public in recent weeks. 

A Fresno ordinance to cap at six the number of plants that can be cultivated for personal use, and regulate where and how marijuana can be grown by residents, was initially approved in June but has yet to clear a final vote. The second reading of that ordinance, also backed by Bredefeld, has been beset by delays, including infighting among council members. 

Keywords: [“Council”,”marijuana”,”vote”]
Source: https://www.fresnobee.com/news/local/article170513217.html

[BOT] OPINION: Marijuana-friendly campuses? I don’t think so aE&

The Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee of Thompson Rivers University in British Columbia unanimously voted on March 5, 2018 to ban all smoking of marijuana products on campus – for health and safety reasons. In the run-up to the legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada on Oct. 17, 2018, many universities and colleges are still in a wait-and-see position concerning marijuana use on campus. TRU’s 20-person Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee, of which I am a member, unanimously voted on March 5, 2018, to ban all smoking of marijuana products on campus – for health and safety reasons. Pro-marijuana smokers on the TRU committee argued that marijuana smoke is no different than cigarette smoke and that smoking areas designated for cigarette smoke should also be used for marijuana. Naive bystanders cannot tell the potency of the marijuana smoked just by smell alone. 

Most animal studies demonstrate the ease with which such second- hand marijuana smoke can negatively affect behaviour. Very few know that marijuana smoke has 300 to 500 per cent more carcinogens than tobacco smoke. The JOHSC at Thompson Rivers University is considering individual ingestion of medical marijuana – via brownies, gummy bears or pills – on campus because the consumption of such medicinal products doesn’t negatively impact others directly. Marijuana is an intoxicant and therefore is analogous to drinking alcohol on campus. Smoking marijuana should therefore fall under the Liquor Control and Licensing Act Section 40, 1996, chapter 267. 

As TRU did not allow the open consumption of alcohol in public places on campus, neither would it allow marijuana to be smoked on campus. Brandon Bartelds smokes three joints at once while attending the 4-20 annual marijuana celebration, in Vancouver, B.C., on April 20, 2018. 

Keywords: [“marijuana”,”smoke”,”University”]
Source: http://drugpolicycentral.com/bot/xarticle/thechronicleherald.ca10029.htm

Overtoke TV News for 07-29-2018

Bill Hicks – Mandatory Marijuana

5 Reasons to Be Careful When Consuming Marijuana Edibles

Vaporizing is on the rise, but the real competition for smoked buds is marijuana edibles. Edibles make up an ever-increasing proportion of marijuana sales in legal states and medical marijuana states, and at this point, the market appears insatiable. Back in the day, edibles basically meant creating marijuana butter and using it in your recipes, and your pot cookies tasted like weed. Unlike smoked marijuana, whose effects are almost instantaneous, allowing users to stop when they feel high enough, edibles take between a half hour and an hour to take effect. Here, thanks to the Cannabist, are five reasons edibles can be unpredictable, especially when compared to smoked buds. 

Eating edibles isn’t the same thing as smoking buds. Edibles are generally made from undifferentiated trim. Growers know their buds are more valuable in the smoking market than as ingredients for edibles, but edibles makers know there is still enough THC in the plant waste to produce edibles with psychoactive effects. Some edibles makers use whole buds instead of trim; that’s like the difference between a fine Scotch grown with high-quality grain and rot-gut vodka made out of cheap potatoes. Although it’s been more than 20 years since Brownie Mary began handing out pot brownies to AIDS patients in San Francisco, the science around edibles is seriously lagging. 

While research on marijuana in general has been restricted by the government, research on edibles faces the same bureaucratic challenges and has only just begun. There is little scientific basis for any specific claims made by edibles purveyors. 

Keywords: [“edibles”,”smoke”,”marijuana”]
Source: https://www.alternet.org/drugs/five-reasons-careful-marijuana-edibles

Southern University get $7 million in grants to develop medical marijuana program

Southern University and A&M College will be the first HBCU in the nation to offer a medical marijuana program. It’s an achievement that the Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based university is proud to attain and marks a significant shift in how pharmaceutical-grade marijuana products are perceived as it gains more acceptance worldwide. Southern University and A&M College will partner with Advanced Biomedics, a Louisiana-based company specializing in pharmaceutical-grade marijuana products. The school has plans to build a facility for their cannabis research on a 176-acre plot of land in Baker, Louisiana. The Southern University Agricultural Center is currently waiting for background checks to be completed from the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry which is part of their accrediding process. 

Louisiana marijuana dispensaries will get the benefit of receiving their product from Southern University, starting in early 2019. According to reports, the Agricultural Research Center will receive $6 million, and Southern U will receive a $1 million signing bonus with each contract renewal. The Advanced Biomedics contract will renew its agreement for two consecutive five-year periods. According to reports, the school currently focuses on livestock, farming research and community education. Louisiana State University is another public university that will take part in cannabis research. 

Pharmaceutical grade cannabis has been found to help glaucoma, fibromyalgia, endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, Parkinson’s disease and many other ailments. 

Keywords: [“University”,”Southern”,”research”]
Source: https://thegrio.com/2018/06/06/southern-university-7-million…

Colorado State Patrol seizes 123 lbs of pot in 1-76 bust

STERLING – The Colorado State Patrol arrested two people and seized 123 pounds of marijuana in two related traffic stops on Monday. This is the fifth major marijuana arrest made by the CSP on I-76 between Fort Morgan and Sterling since Feb. 10. Criminal activity was suspected and both vehicles were asked for consent to search. The search revealed 123 pounds of marijuana in the vehicle as well as a handgun. Upon further investigation, CSP troopers found that Nichols was the registered owner of the Lexus Basnett was driving. 

Each vehicle had a two-way radio set up inside and tuned to the same channel. According to the CSP it appears that Nichols’ vehicle was being used as a decoy with the purpose of alerting Basnett, the driver of the Lexus loaded with the drugs, of any law enforcement activity and also to distract law enforcement if needed. Both parties were booked into the Logan County Jail on charges of possession of marijuana and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. Since Feb. 10, five felony marijuana arrests have been made by the CSP on I-76 between Fort Morgan and Sterling. After a search of the vehicle a duffle bag containing 10.44 pounds of marijuana was found. 

After detecting a strong odor of raw marijuana coming from the vehicle the driver was patted down and.9 grams of methamphetamine, a meth pipe and a marijuana pipe were found. A subsequent search of the vehicle uncovered 6.95 pounds of compressed marijuana and another 3.07 ounces of loose marijuana. 

Keywords: [“marijuana”,”vehicle”,”drive”]
Source: http://www.journal-advocate.com/sterling-local_news/ci_17462147

Attorney John Morgan

In 1971, he and his family moved to Orlando, Florida, where John attended high school. John enrolled in the University of Florida and became a member of Alpha Tau Omega. John graduated from the University of Florida College of Law in 1983. By 1988, John had founded Morgan & Morgan under the belief that the firm would represent the people, not the powerful. To this day, John has run the firm by that code, promising never to take a case representing an insurance carrier or large company. 

John has lectured across the country on the practice of law. John is currently on the board of trustees for the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law. Lawyers from across the country have read the books and continue to reach out to John for further guidance and advice. In 2013, John and Ultima made a generous donation that helped the organization fund and open the Morgan & Morgan, P.A. Hunger Relief Center. 

In 2013, John announced his support of the campaign to legalize medical marijuana in Florida for use by the state’s seriously ill. According to John, the deeply personal cause was a step to not only provide safer pain relief and treatment methods for those with legitimate diseases, but also to help end the rampant problem of prescription drug abuse in Florida. In addition to his financial contributions, John was the public face of the effort, openly recruiting volunteers to collect the thousands of signatures needed to place the initiative on Florida’s November 2016 general election ballot. 

Keywords: [“John”,”Florida”,”Morgan”]
Source: https://www.forthepeople.com/attorneys/john-morgan

Overtoke TV News for 05-24-2018

The Nightly Show – Lady Time with Holly Walker – Marijuana for Menstrual Pain

Marijuana ‘Crackdown’ Fears Temper amid Law Enforcement Support for Jeff Sessions’ Reversal of Obama’s Guidance

Sessions’ Thursday memo does away with Cole, returning discretion of prosecution to U.S. attorneys, who may enforce federal law as it is written, with marijuana illegal. CNBC added to the tales of woe for state-sanctioned marijuana businesses Monday, claiming Sessions’ decision would further discourage national financial institutions from participating in these emerging pseudo-legal industries. Individual U.S. attorneys still will exercise their independent prosecutorial discretion in the states that have democratically legalized recreational marijuana, and some legal experts are skeptical of any huge shift in priorities. 

The Attorney General is not even pressuring these U.S. Attorneys to start a crackdown. Interestingly, the Attorney General strongly hinted that those U.S. Attorneys could exercise that discretion the same way they had under the Obama Administration guidance he just rescinded. As Mikos notes, the chief federal prosecutor for the state with the most developed recreational marijuana industry, Colorado, has already explicitly endorsed this interpretation. 

Today the Attorney General rescinded the Cole Memo on marijuana prosecutions, and directed that federal marijuana prosecution decisions be governed by the same principles that have long governed all of our prosecution decisions. The United States Attorney’s Office in Colorado has already been guided by these principles in marijuana prosecutions – focusing in particular on identifying and prosecuting those who create the greatest safety threats to our communities around the state. We will, consistent with the Attorney General’s latest guidance, continue to take this approach in all of our work with our law enforcement partners throughout Colorado. McClatchy’s Kate Irby reported fears from former law enforcement officials that, without the Cole Memo, the Mexican drug cartels would see a boon in marijuana sales and that a wave of new drug violence might result. Until Congress sees fit to make marijuana legal, the Attorney General and law enforcement have an obligation to enforce current law. 

The statement notes that the majority of the MCPA’s membership, made up of the chief law enforcement officers of the 57 of the biggest cities in the United States and Canada, continues to generally oppose marijuana legalization, similarly to several other groups. 

Keywords: [“marijuana”,”Attorney”,”law”]
Source: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/01/16/marijuana-crackdown…

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Northern Michigan University offers marijuana degree: “Not easy at all”

Marijuana seen on the road between the municipalities of Toribio and Caloto in the department of Cauca, Colombia, on March 15, 2016. Northern Michigan University in Marquette began its medical plant chemistry program this semester, with about a dozen students in the first class, the Detroit Free Press reported. Other universities offer classes on marijuana policy and law. Places such as Oaksterdam University, Cannabis College, and Humboldt Cannabis College, all in California; and THC University, the Grow School and Clover Leaf University in Denver offer certificates in a variety of disciplines. Northern Michigan’s program is unique because the university is offering a four-year degree addressing the science and business behind growing marijuana. 

Brandon Canfield, an associate chemistry professor at Northern Michigan, said students don’t grow marijuana plants in the program, but instead look to other plants that are traditionally recognized with medicinal value but aren’t illegal to grow. Students learn how to measure and extract the compounds in the plants that can be used for medicinal purposes, then transfer that knowledge to marijuana, which has been used to treat a variety of illnesses, including chronic pain, nausea, seizures and glaucoma. Canfield said he got the idea while attending the American Chemical Society’s annual meeting in San Diego last year. University officials say the program fills a need because 29 states have legalized medical marijuana, including eight states where marijuana is also legal for recreational use. In Michigan, voters in 2008 approved the use of marijuana to treat certain illnesses, but the law has confused many and has led to significant legal disputes, including over how to obtain and store the drug. 

The state is developing a new regulatory system aimed at increasing oversight and imposing new taxes on the industry. Applications for licenses will be available on Dec. 15. 

Keywords: [“Marijuana”,”University”,”Grow”]
Source: http://fox6now.com/…/10/15/northern-michigan-university-offers-marijuana…

Overtoke TV News for 03-23-2018

As the marijuana business becomes legal, colleges offering courses in the industry are following. In particular, six colleges have added classes in marijuana business management or law to their course offerings – and they promise that it is a better business decision than changing your name to Taylor Spliff like Diplo. The latest addition to this type of marijuana college education is Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold, Maryland. ABC News was the first to post about the decision the college made to offer a marijuana business class and interviewed the professor teaching the course. CBS News also covered the story about Anne Arundel Community College and said the marijuana business course offers information on the history of marijuana, tax and economic impact of legalization, and the regulatory issues surrounding marijuana. Ewart stated to ABC News that selling other products on the market is easy, but marijuana is much more complicated. The University of Denver also introduced a class for medical marijuana in the recent past. While Anne Arundel Community College focuses on business classes that educate students on marijuana, the University of Denver has their new marijuana class offered through their law school. The Denver Post goes on to state that four other universities have offered a marijuana class in the recent past, including Oaksterdam University in the Bay Area, Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law, Harvard University of Law School, and Vanderbilt University School of Law in Nashville, Tennessee.

Keywords: [“marijuana”,”college”,”University”]
Source: https://www.inquisitr.com/1842805/mba-in-marijuana-six-colleges…

Over 100 pounds of Marijuana Recovered

Four separate drug raids in Perry County net over 100 pounds of marijuana with a street value of $360,000. The Perry County Sheriff’s Office said on September 19, agents with the Central Ohio Drug Enforcement Task Force and deputies with the sheriff’s office executed a search at a home at 6285 Butcher Knife Road in Somerset. Agents found equipment consistent with a large indoor marijuana grow operation inside a semi-trailer parked on the property. Information from that investigation led agents to 9660 Twp Road 57 in Roseville where a search seized over 52 pounds of marijuana plants and processed marijuana. Agents also found evidence of a sophisticated butane hash oil laboratory in the home. Agents seized processed marijuana that was packaged and ready for distribution as well as evidence of drug trafficking. No one was home at the time of the raid however agents are looking for two persons of interest who are suspected to have involvement in the drug operation. In a separate and unrelated investigation Code Task Force Agents and Perry County Sheriff’s Deputies executed search warrants at two addresses on Twp Road 1008 in Corning regarding the cultivation and sale or distribution of large quantities of marijuana. The searches were conducted on Sunday, September 24, as a result agents seized over 58.4 pounds of marijuana from the property together with firearms and over $50,000 in U.S. currency. Four people were arrested and charged with second degree felony counts of cultivation of marijuana.

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Source: https://www.whiznews.com/2017/09/100-pounds-marijuana-recovered

Romantic Comedy Movies for Marijuana

Relationships are a big part of stoner comedies and the common theme is the friction between men and women regarding pot use. As marijuana use in America continues to come out into the open, a slew of movies has examined this romantic dynamic, shaping popular discourse and entertaining stoners and non-stoners alike. In Half Baked, Dave Chappelle’s love interest, Mary Jane, doesn’t approve of his ganja smoking, which forces him to choose between his two lady loves. In Road Trip, Smart is the sexy co-ed who gets in between Breckin Meyer and his out-of-state girlfriend. The more mature the movie, the more likely marijuana is there to create tension between the characters. In order to appeal to Katherine Heigl’s Alison in Knocked Up, Seth Rogen’s Ben Stone has to distance himself from his stoner friends. Other films where pot plays a leading role include Van Wilder, where Ryan Reynolds’ campus party animal character woos Tara Reid, and American Beauty, where Kevin Spacey’s Lester rediscovers pot, to the consternation of his adulterous wife Carolyn. More recently, marijuana has a negative effect on Lyle and Nina in the Brooklyn indie Newlyweeds. Sometimes it’s better when weed plays a neutral role in movies. One of the top-grossing stoner films of all time, We’re the Millers, features Jason Sudeikis as a Denver pot dealer who gets ripped off and has to pay his connection by smuggling an RV stuffed with mota from Mexico into the U.S. Jennifer Aniston’s stripper character Rose comes along for the ride.

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Source: https://www.freedomleaf.com/romantic-comedy-movies-for-marijuana

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The hard street drug Marijuana is a rising and popular gateway drug, known for its ease to obtain, its catastrophic effects, and its uninformed proponents. Marijuana is sometimes used as an alternative to Rohypnol as a date rape drug. An unrelated side effect of marijuana is that after being introduced to marijuana, the user may graduate on to ‘harder’ drugs and high-risk behaviors. Soon the marijuana user needs something more to get high, leading them to engage in cocaine snorting, heroin injection, or street mime. The most common proponents of marijuana use are those who are actively using the drug and have much to gain from its legalization. Among these groups are the members of the hippie and environmentalist groups, religious groups which include the use of marijuana in their practice, and those in favor of free speech. Marijuana users often do this, but it is covered up by the media who, themselves, often use the drug. To counteract claims by protesters in favor of marijuana, alcohol is made entirely from fermented plants, and is therefore both all-natural and vastly safer than marijuana. Tylenol: Although overdoses of Tylenol can be fatal, the pain removal it offers is nearly as effective as marijuana, and it offers no addiction, making this an effective choice for people who claim marijuana has medicinal uses, against all evidence that marijuana will kill you and everyone you know. Lava: While ingestion of lava in any form results in instantaneous death every time, it is still 1000% safer than marijuana.

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