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Marijuana Compassion Common Sense

Marijuana Compassion & Common Sense


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The world of marijuana comes to life with news, views, interviews, humor, music, events and cultivation information hosted by Lanny Swerdlow, RN

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The Anza Valley is a beautiful and idyllic sparsely populated locale nestled in the Santa Rosa Mountains 40 miles southwest of Palm Springs and 90 miles northeast of San Diego. Long a small agricultural community with an ideal... more

By 2025 the global legal cannabis market is expected to reach USD $146.4 billion! For a legal cannabis business to thrive and succeed, it must build its network! Help is on the way as Collective Strategies, Social Equity LA, the California... more

Tokin' Women is a must-read book that presents amazing descriptions of amazing women who over the last 4,000 years have been been consumers and purveyors of cannabis starting with ancient goddesses right up to the film goddesses of... more

A San Bernardino County Superior Court judge has eviscerated an ordaninance enacted by the city of Fontana that was so onerous and resitrictive that it was effectively a defacto ban. In the two years it was in force, not one single resident... more

Prior to the passage of Prop. 64 many cities had banned all medical marijuana patient cultivation indoor as well as outdoor. Prop. 64 continues to allow cities to ban outdoor cultivation but prohibits them from banning indoor cultivation.... more

Pat Harris is an unapologetic progressive running for US Senate from the State of California in the 2018 election against incumbent, Dianne Feinstein. His platform calls for building more affordable housing to address homelessness, providing... more

Rick Doblin, Ph.D. founded the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) in 1986. He is now the Executive Director of an organization that studies and extols the role of psychedelics and marijuana in science, medicine,... more

When it comes to marijuana, living in the south can be very dangerous. Georgia reflects that danger but change is afoot as Atlanta GA decriminalized marijuana possession in October 2017. Leading the charge to reform Georgia's draconian... more

Robert Mikos is one of the nation's leading experts on federalism and drug law. His most recent scholarship analyzes the struggle among federal, state, and local governments for control of marijuana law and policy. In that vein, he has written,... more

For the last 75 years, attorneys have made a very good living defending people accused of a broad variety of marijuana crimes. With the advent of legalization, will these attorneys have to look elsewhere for cleints? On this podcast, one of... more