harborside health center
Harborside Health Center in Oakland, California, has been fighting to stay open for four years.
In The Cannabis Manifesto, Steve DeAngelo has written what amounts to the Declaration of Independence for Cannabis. He's been a leader of the movement to reform marijuana laws for more than 40 years, and is said to know "more about cannabis than almost anyone else."
By Ronnie Cohen There has been a tug-of-war in California between federal and local authorities over cannabis sold for purported
Morgan Spurlock, documentary filmmaker of such films at Super Size Me and the television series 30 Days, has now entered into America's own green zone, medical marijuana, with his new show on CNN, Inside Man, premiering this Sunday.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Oakland's Harborside Health Center, which bills itself as the "largest pot shop on the planet," was dealt
"It was the Haag, U.S. Attorney, who corrupted with her power, set out to bring destruction of every last cannabis flower
The ruling comes as the latest move in a larger battle over the fate of medical marijuana dispensaries in California, where
“For years, in medical cannabis cases, California state courts have followed a principle that cities should not be able to
"I'm 61," one subject says. "I have multiple sclerosis. If Harborside is forced to close, where will I get my medicine?" "He
Take a look at their video they use as evidence (story continues below): Harborside Health Center CEO Stephen DeAngelo disagrees
Obama once said that undermining medical marijuana laws was a poor use of resources, and he was right. But it's not only a poor use of resources, it's also just plain wrong. As a candidate, and as a leader, it's time for our president to make things right.
A first-time visitor to Harborside Health Center might have a hard time believing he's about to enter "an extraordinary environment of medical care, honesty, and friendliness," as the place describes itself online.
"A medical marijuana customer is now a guaranteed cash-carrying target for petty criminals," SF Weekly wrote. Now, with pressure
President Obama said in 2009 “I don't think [legalizing marijuana is] a good strategy to grow our economy” but others seem
"It may have something to do with the 280E taxes we've been forced to pay," he said. "It was impossible to pay them on top