A short list of Candidates to choose from for the 2016 Presidential Race….

3/18/2016 ShereeKrider It suffices to say that I am not at all excited about this years #POTUS ‘Race for the Whitehouse’. There isn’t one Candidate that I have found so far, that has been termed ‘electable’, that I care to vote for. But that is just my personal opinion and not worth very much by … More A short list of Candidates to choose from for the 2016 Presidential Race….

“Let’s just say the black market has nothing to worry about in Illinois.”

A Profile In Courage: Illinois Cannabis Pioneer Is Left Out In The Cold Posted by Johnny Green at 9:00 AM on March 6, 2016 Marijuana Business News, Medical Marijuana Policy aBy Helen Holzer, MMAA Editor “I’ve had more doors slammed in my face by legislators. It’s been an absolute nightmare,” stated Mike Graham, an early … More “Let’s just say the black market has nothing to worry about in Illinois.”

Per my friend and sister Larisa in our cannabis struggle on the passing of Ken Gorman July 12, 1946 – February 17, 2007.

  9 years ago today, my mentor and one of the boldest and most courageous people I know, was assassinated in his home. Yes, assassinated. Someone walked in his home and shot him in the chest, leaving his weed and money behind. His murder is still virtually unsolved with police stating that the primary suspect … More Per my friend and sister Larisa in our cannabis struggle on the passing of Ken Gorman July 12, 1946 – February 17, 2007.

Remove Marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act & End Cannabis Prohibition

Petition by Deschedule 2016 To be delivered to The United States House of Representatives, The United States Senate, and President Barack Obama Issue an Executive Order directing the Department of Justice and the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) to cease enforcing codes under the Controlled Substances Act relating to marijuana and its cannabinoids. Pass legislation to: … More Remove Marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act & End Cannabis Prohibition

murdered in Belize; Anne Swaney worked website at ABC7 Chicago

By: Chuck Goudie, Ann Pistone, Barb Markoff, Christine Tressel and Ross Weidner Saturday, January 16, 2016 10:07AM CHICAGO (WLS) — One of our ABC7 Chicago colleagues was found murdered Friday while traveling in Belize, according to police in the Central American nation and the U.S. State Department.Anne Swaney was executive producer of online operations at … More murdered in Belize; Anne Swaney worked website at ABC7 Chicago

Normal marijuana dispensary to open this spring

Derek Beigh dbeigh@pantagraph.com   NORMAL — Bloomington-Normal residents will have the opportunity to buy medical marijuana close to home as soon as this spring. The Green Solution, a Denver, Colo.-based marijuana developer and retailer, is “expecting to be open by the third week of April” at 501 Northtown Road in Normal, said Vice President of … More Normal marijuana dispensary to open this spring

DOJ: Local man facing 40 years in prison for selling marijuana

  By KOMO Staff Friday, January 15th 2016 TACOMA, Wash. — A South Sound man could potentially spend the next 40 years in prison after he was convicted Friday of illegally growing and selling marijuana. Prosecutors say 37-year-old Lance Edward Gloor and his business partner opened four illegal marijuana dispensaries throughout Puget Sound. The men … More DOJ: Local man facing 40 years in prison for selling marijuana

Big Pharma Shaking in Their Boots as 80% of Cannabis Users Give Up Prescriptions Pills for Pot

  By Justin Gardner on January 8, 2016 A new survey conducted by the Centre for Addictions Research of BC helps explain why Big Pharma is so afraid of cannabis. The pharmaceutical and alcohol industries, both powerful influences in Washington, have long lobbied against cannabis legalization in order to protect their profits. However, the tide … More Big Pharma Shaking in Their Boots as 80% of Cannabis Users Give Up Prescriptions Pills for Pot

2015: The Year In Review – NORML’s Top 10 Events That Shaped Marijuana Policy

Tuesday, 29 December 2015 #1 Congress Reauthorizes Medical Marijuana Protections Members of Congress approved language in the fiscal year 2016 omnibus spending bill that continues to limit the federal government from taking punitive action against state-licensed individuals or operations that are acting are in full compliance with the medical marijuana laws of their states. The … More 2015: The Year In Review – NORML’s Top 10 Events That Shaped Marijuana Policy