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  • 01:37

    Legalization of Marijuana

    in Entertainment

    What are your thought on legalization of Marijuana? This week we dig deep into this topic with The Urban Rap Legend Gangsta Pat came out of Memphis, TN & exploded in the music industry @ the age of 16. He established himself in the Memphis underground during the late 1980s. Gangsta Pat is also one of the first rap artists from the city to make the move from an indie label to a major label when signing to Atlantic records during the start of the Gangsta rap era. Gangsta Pat is known for his lyrics of smoking weed & hit song I'm A Gangsta he had major successes in the rap game with his peers MJG & 8Ball. He is still making music in a wide range of Genres. Medical Marijuana is legal in over 20 states in the U.S. & Colorado just approved the use of recreation. Washington is next to approve this. President Obama says it's "No More Dangerous Than Alcohol." Where are we headed? Tune in & call 917-889-8224.

  • 00:37


    in News

    District of Columbia LEGALIZATION of MARIJUANA


    War on Marijuana Still has Hooks

    The regulation and taxation of marijuana sales in Washington, DC. TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION

    Washington, D.C. Voted to Legalize Recreational Marijuana



  • 01:06

    The Marijuana Odyssey of Cheri Sicard

    in News

    Had someone told Cheri Sicard back in back in 1996, when California’s Prop 215 first legalized marijuana for medicinal use, that she would become entrenched in the cannabis movement and become a well known marijuana activist, she would not have believed them.  Other than the rare toke at a party, Cheri didn’t use marijuana.  It wasn’t until she was in her late 30’s when her doctor suggested she try cannabis to help with a chronic medical problem, that the herb became a permanent fixture in her life.

    In the course of about 6 months Cheri went from the typical closeted American marijuana smoker to an outspoken cannabis advocate, and she hasn’t looked back since.  She works with numerous marijuana reform groups and can frequently be found organizing rallies, speaking at city council meetings, and giving classes on various aspects of marijuana, as well as advocating for clemency efforts for prisoners serving life sentences for nonviolent marijuana offenses. 

    Cheri’s Cannabis Gourmet Cookbook (2012, Z-Dog Media) is one of the most popular and well reviewed books of its kind.  Her new book, Mary Jane: The Complete Marijuana Handbook for Women (Seal Press) has been garnering great reviews in the world of cannabis and in the mainstream press as well.

    Prior to entering the world of cannabis, Cheri worked as a professional writer, recipe developer, and internet entrepreneur.  Her passions for patriotism and country can be found in her earlier books  The Great American Handbook (2002 Berkley Trade Editions); U.S. Citizenship for Dummies (2003 Wiley); and Everyday American (2008 Bookspan).

    Going back even further, Cheri spent her childhood and early adult years as a professional circus performer, magician and mentalist, jobs that allowed her to travel extensively around the country and the world.

  • 00:28

    Legalize Marijuana in Virginia

    in Current Events

    We the people, have a clear understanding that we must obey the law. No doubt about it. We do not advocate breaking the law. However, we do insist on the opportunity to change the laws if they do not fit our public opinion as a majority. Thank goodness that we are in a country where our fore fathers have provided us with the necessary tools to do so. We live in a land where young men and women in uniform, defend our pursuit of happiness by laying their lives on the line over seas and domestically.  Where a tribune of law is supposed to be fair and just to all of its citizens.

    This radio station is dedicated to actively engage listeners and help raise awareness about the unjust laws in Virginia surrounding Marijuana. 

    We are the people. We are for the people and we are aware that if we can unite, we can make a difference. 



  • 00:31

    Legalization of Marijuana

    in Culture

    Hampton Roads Today is a new show that will deal with hard issues, current events and hot topics that impact the Hampton Roads, Virginia community, the nation and the global community. 

    In upcoming issues through 2013, mass communication students from Norfolk State Univerversity will be bringing you broadcasts on a host of subjects from the legalization of marijuana to the impact of rap music on today's youth. In today's episode, mass communication and journalism student Franklin Pierre will interview a panel, pro and con, on issues with the legalization of marijuana. Pierre will interview Dr. Carol Pretlow, professor of political science at Norfolk State University and Dr. Arthur Bowman, professor of anatomy also from Norfolk State University. Pretlow's area of expertise is international law and politics and Bowman's expertise is in how drugs and the environment impact the human body.

  • 00:23

    Legalize Marijuana in Virginia

    in Current Events

    A solution for a BROKEN ECONOMY. A STAND FOR THE RIGHTS of the American people. A voice for those oppressed by those who wear badges. This station is fueled by ENLIGHTED conciousness and PROTECTED by the 1st Amendment.

    We are determined to spread the word and unite with those who already know it. The negative stigma that has been placed on Marijuana far surpasses Politics and is an infringement on the basic rights of human beings. 

    Are roses illegal? No that's silly, right? It's a plant. Why would it be illegal?

    I know that if we unite, we are many. Many more than them. 

    We will lead the way, with peace and non judgement. Something that our law enforcement counter parts have neglected us for ages.



    those who STAND FOR NOTHING, are sure to FALL FOR ANYTHING.



  • 01:01

    Legalization in Maine & World Class Emerald Cup

    in News

    Maine is considered a key state to pass a marijuana legalization initiative and two groups are seeking to put an initiative on the November 2016 ballot. One is the Washington DC based Marijuana Policy Project which has funded successful legalization initiatives in Colorado and Oregon. The other is Legalize Maine, a local group which has a different approach to legalization and is working to put their initiative on the ballot. Why Maine is such a hot bed for marijuana legalization and how the two initiatives differ will be discussed by our first guest Campaign Coordinator for Legalize Maine Peter McCarrier.


    Billed as the “Definitive Cup for the Fall Harvest” Sonoma County’s 11th Annual Emerald Cup is one of the best and certainly most authentic of the multitude of U.S. cannabis cup competitions. With awards for a variety of categories for buds, concentrates, edibles, topicals and photos, the Emerald Cup is complete with a music fest with multiple bands headlined by the fusion band Slightly Stoopid. Tim Blake, founder and chief organizer of the Emerald Cup is the show’s 2nd guest recalling how the Emerald Cup came to be and the cannabis extravaganza the Dec. 13 and 14th event is going to be.

  • 02:14

    The Legalization of Marijuana

    in Lifestyle

    Marijuana, weed, chronic, dank, who hasn't smoked it? In recent years the argument for legalizing marijuana has grown more popular. Some say the war on marijuana is costing more than its worth. Many still argue that marijuana is the gateway drug. We will be taking a look at the economics, health issues and criminal aspect of marijuana. 

  • 01:05

    The Legalization of Marijuana: Lunch with Louden 6/11/15

    in Politics

    Special guest Steve Sarich, Executive Director, Cannabis Action Coalition will join us today.

    July 1, 2015 first day to legally use marijuana legally without a prescription in my home state of Oregon. The people used the ballot box to change the law. In a 69% voter turnout, legalization won 56.11% to 43.89%. In votes, that is 847,865 to 663,346.

    On the other hand, national figures like Chris Christie are all but declaring war on citizen sourced law that allows the use of marijuana. Governor Christie is not alone.

    Those with national and international concerns are quietly trying to deal with international treaty violations that would be easily solved if marijuana was no longer a Schedule I prohibited substance under federal law (although US Attorney General Eric Holder said the Justice Department will allow Washington and Colorado to proceed unhindered).

    But the public rehtoric is about crime waves and declining moral values, claims that appear steadfast even in the face of the positive outcomes for legalization leaders Colorado and Washington (you on the east coast call it Washington State - we in the northwest call the nation’s capitol DC): tax income, reduced crime, even homicides and sexual assaults.

    So while we in Oregon see the clock is ticking down to THE BIG DAY, it appears that members of the anti legalization team are plotting to make this as difficult a transition of law as possible.

    We will ask Steve Sarich to give us the 411 on 420 on today's Lunch with Louden.

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  • 01:09

    Legalize It! A Conversation with Marijuana Legalization Advocate Samuel Walter

    in Science

    Darbi's out of town this week, so Samuel Walter, a marijuana legalization advocate living in Colorado, will fill in as cohost for this evening's conversation. We'll be discussing the pros of legalizing marijuana, the history of its legality, and what we've learned from Colorado and Washington. 

  • 00:30

    Yes, we are gonna talk about pot....marijuana!!!

    in Self Help

    I know, I know.......marijuana is the "sacred cow" of drugs and people get soooo upset when you say that it shouldn't be easily accessible.  

    On September 28 we will be talking about the pros and cons of marijuana and if making it accessible was a good idea.  Do you have thoughts on the subject?  Then call in at 8 PM PST 646 716 5901.

    ( And yes, this is an important conversation to have!)