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Sep 28, 2017

President's Opioid Commission completely ignores public comments on medical marijuana; NORML Founder Keith Stroup on how Playboy's Hugh Hefner made NORML possible; How long can they keep using "Not Your Father's Woodstock Weed" when they're now grandfathe

Sep 26, 2017

Acting DEA Administrator Chuck Rosenberg plans to resign over Trump's lack of respect for the law; Dr. Jahan Marcu, Beth Collins, and Debbie Churgai from Americans for Safe Access on the progress on federal protections for medical marijuana states; How do

Sep 25, 2017

California bill to limit and track butane sales at Gov. Brown's desk; Stuart Harper and Greg de Hoedt from UK Cannabis Social Clubs at Product Earth UK Expo; States are failing to legalize what people actually do with marijuana.

Sep 22, 2017

California regulators announce temp marijuana license program until January 1, 2018 commercial launch; Replay of last year's interview with Gov. Jesse Ventura on his book, Marijuana Manifesto; Jeff Sessions Really Thinks "Just Say No" Can Fix Opioid Crisi

Sep 21, 2017

Senator Al Franken adds his name to multiple marijuana reform bills; Police for Reform with Jason Thomas on marijuana business security in the wake of the Cameron Smith murder; Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte vows to kill his own son if allegations o