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The Local Shelli's: Biggest Award Night in Cannatown

Dispatches February 7, 2019

Billed as the “smallest big event in The Highlands,” the “Shelli’s” kicked off Sunday afternoon, attracting a tiny green-carpet crowd eager to get a glimpse of the biggest names in Shelli-world. In all, about twenty Shelli-stars congregated at the gazebo in Hashbury Park, and ignored the dawdling crowd, as they looked and spoke only to themselves.

How dare you wreck Rice Krispies Treats

Rutherford Jenkins February 7, 2019

To the sniveling cumberworld who made Rice Krispies treats with that store bought jar of marshmallow cream, I say, how dare you good sir, how dare you? These krispy bars aren’t gooey sticky -- they are gelatinous oozing puscles undeserving of human consumption. They are undeserving of consumption by even the vilest of creatures on this wretched earth…

Convention Season Comes to CannaTown and the Highlands

Dispatches November 16, 2018

It’s already upon us! There’s excitement in the air as convention season comes to the Highlands, with all the vendors, booths, media, fanfare and food truck blitzes that come along! It’s the only time that bystanders can get hard-hitting information not readily available elsewhere, such as regional cannabis magazines, cannabis doctor offices, online newsfeeds, all search engines, the…

N.H. voters send prohibitionists packing

Kate Zawidzki November 14, 2018

Election results put legalization on the agenda for 2019

Last week, New Hampshire voters sent a strong message to Gov. Chris Sununu and the political establishment: it’s time to end marijuana prohibition! Although Sununu (a prohibitionist) won re-election, his margin of victory over legalization supporter Molly Kelly was smaller than anticipated. Most importantly, the Democratic party — which added support…

Connecticut: Voters put legalization on the agenda for 2019

Kate Zawidzki November 13, 2018

Governor-elect Ned Lamont strongly supports ending marijuana prohibition; lawmakers will begin considering new bills in January

Last week, Connecticut voters made it possible that marijuana prohibition will be brought to an end during the next legislative session. For the first time in history, Connecticut has voted elect a governor, Ned Lamont, who supports the legalization, regulation, and taxation of cannabis…

Another election, and another historic night for marijuana reform!

Kate Zawidzki November 7, 2018

Another election, and another historic night for marijuana reform.

Michigan has passed legalization! MPP played a central role in this campaign from start to finish. From coordinating the initiative drafting to overseeing the production of TV ads, MPP staffers worked alongside a excellent campaign team for two years to make Michigan the first state in the Midwest to adopt legalization…

Illinois: Cannabis reform candidates J.B. Pritzker, Kwame Raoul, Bob Morgan cruise to victory

Kate Zawidzki November 7, 2018

Yesterday’s blue wave in Illinois poised to become a green wave next session

Gubernatorial candidate J.B. Pritzker, who has been a vocal supporter of legalizing, taxing, and regulating cannabis for adults’ use, appears to have handily won yesterday’s gubernatorial election. While official election results are still pending, both the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Sun-Times reported a margin of victory…

Iowa: Medical marijuana regulators vote to keep the THC cap, add autism

Kate Zawidzki November 7, 2018

Urge your lawmakers to support a comprehensive medical marijuana program!

On Friday, November 2, the board that oversees Iowa’s medical marijuana program voted unanimously against recommending legislators to remove the current 3% THC limit on products.

Additionally, the board voted to recommend that the state add autism to the list of qualifying conditions, but rejected expanding the program to…

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