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Aug 25, 2017

American Legion endorses Veterans Administration access to medical marijuana; Morgan Fox on competing marijuana legalization initiatives in Michigan; "Radical" Russ speech from Seattle Hempfest Main Stage on legalization results; Urb Thrasher on latest Reefer Rock.

Aug 24, 2017

Congressional letter addresses Sessions' DOJ roadblock to cannabis research; Cassandra Dittus and Joseph Dice of Tribal Cannabis Consulting with Laurie Thom, chair of the Yerington/Paiute Tribes; #DisownStone - A Review of the Racist Misogynist Rants of Roger Stone

Aug 24, 2017

Florida's John Morgan takes CWCBE's side in the Roger Stone controversy; Patrick Seifert, Ellen Brown, Micheal Krawitz, and Aaron Augustis from Twenty-Two Too Many on veteran suicides and access to medical cannabis; There is no safe harbor for hate in the

Aug 22, 2017

Cannabis community activists calling for boycott of CWCBE for their embrace of racist/misogynist Trump adviser Roger Stone; Radical Russ speech on marijuana prohibition and race at Seattle Hempfest 2017; Debunking one Rutgers professor's claims about mari

Aug 16, 2017

Washington's Governor and Attorney General rebuke Jeff Sessions for "outdated" info; Former NHL Riley Cote on the founding of Athletes for Care; Sabet says Seattle Hempfest is taken over by "corporate pot."