File this under “Yeah, We Knew That Already, but Thanks for the Confirmation”: An analysis of police data shows that blacks and Hispanics make up the majority of arrests for marijuana possession—even in areas where the population is mostly white or other ethnic groups.
Editor’s note: This story was previously published on EstroHaze, a multimedia company highlighting the business and lifestyles of multicultural women in the cannabis industry.
Donald Trump hates Jeff Sessions with a passion. Sessions thought he was going to be a Trump guy, coming out all early in support of Trump for president. He thought he was in for sure when Trump put him up for the U.S. attorney general job. He was probably like, “I’m in there!”
Just in case alcohol isn’t really your thing but you’re still looking for a way to enjoy the royal wedding (and you happen to be located in Oregon), it looks as if Meghan Markle’s nephew may be able to hook you up.
File this under “Stories I never thought I’d be writing in my journalism career.”
A short video is making the rounds on the internet of Odell Beckham Jr. checking every box on the “How I Imagine Millionaire Superstars Party in Private” list as he ... OK, I don’t want to be sued here, so I will use carefully worded language:
They’re calling them amnesty boxes, but these new green receptacles are essentially a treasure trove of discarded weed.
As marijuana becomes legal around the country, more-potent varieties are becoming available. You may think you have tried the good stuff, but have you tried the stab-your-mama-get-naked-and-think-you-can-fly strain they’re apparently selling in Wisconsin?
Girl Scout cookies are arguably one of the best foods that one can get a hand on when those munchies hit, and one San Diego, Calif. scout decided to cash in on the legalization of the marijuana industry in the state and set up shop outside a local dispensary.
Anyone who has listened to or owned a copy of Dr. Dre’s iconic The Chronic or 2001 album, or anything by N.W.A, knows that Compton, Calif., is the home of West Coast gangsta rap. Dre and company put Compton on the map, along with other acts such as DJ Quik—and, more recently, Kendrick Lamar.
Instead of focusing on much more important issues like the opioid crisis and the steady dismantling of American civil rights, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has turned his attention to battling against legalized marijuana. That pretend war will now see him in court as he goes up against a 12-year-old girl who…
Like most Californians, I have been waiting for the day I could walk into a dispensary and buy marijuana without the required medical recommendation. Mine expired nearly four years ago, and I have been relying on other means to get my stash as of late.
The passage of Proposition 64—the Adult Use of Marijuana Act—in California had everyone excited about recreational marijuana becoming legal in the state on Jan. 1. Unfortunately for a lot of smokers, they will still have to rely on medical recommendations for the foreseeable future as cities sort out who can and who…
I want to know whose grandparents are these. Mostly so that they can be my grandparents, too, since they seem to be in the giving mood after police say they were busted with 60 pounds of marijuana they insisted was for “Christmas presents.”
While on vacation in California recently, I smoked weed in front of my mom for the first time.
A Democratic congressman from Oregon has gone on record (well, TMZ Sports) saying that he is all for professional athletes using marijuana and that the NBA and NFL are stripping them of their rights to toke up—medically, that is.
They say don’t look a gift horse in the mouth, but one Florida couple may be forgiven for doing so because this pungent present wasn’t really for them anyway.
A new report suggests that even if Donald Trump actively challenges the recreational-marijuana industry, the marijuana industry will hit $18 billion by 2021. If he doesn’t, the industry could reach $30 billion if every state and the District of Columbia has either a medical-only-market or a fully legal market.
What if all the drug money made in black neighborhoods stayed in black neighborhoods? Even better, what if the people selling the weed in communities of color didn’t have to hide the money? What if they didn’t have to worry about being arrested three times more often than whites? What if the tax revenue for every…