Kush Clubhouse and Medical Kush Beach Club In the News on hashbartv

www.hashbar.tv The Medical Kush Beach Club was featured on Fox 11 News as laws to close the medical marijuana dispensaries begin to close down local shops. Sean Kush talks about the state of affairs and we take a walk down the Venice Beach Boardwalk to visit the Kush Clubhouse and learn about the function of smoking lounges and Hash Bars. For more episodes go to http For information about the Medical Kush Beach Club go To www.medicalkushbeachclub.com
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Transcription to follow: Actually I was very skeptical rather than opposed. The first person who introduced me to the possibility that cannabis was medicinal was my father who was a pharmacist. We were talking about prohibition and he mentioned that when he was a freshman in pharmacy school at the University of Minnesota in 1928 and one of their assignments was to make tincture of cannabis. He said, we had to be very careful because the alcohol was illegal. I’ve got his 1927 Remmington’s Textbook of Pharmacy and on page 999 and 1000 it tells you how to make tincture of cannabis. It also says that it is useful for relief of pain and a tranquilizer. In the process of marginalizing quackery we also tended to marginalize homeopaths, naturopaths, osteopaths all of whom placed greater importance on herbal medicine that allopathic doctors, the doctors that we today called MD’s. There still was interest in plant based medicine but there was a problem that it was not standardized. However, as late as 1937 the AMA testified against the marijuana tax act. First off, they said we don’t have any idea why you are not calling this cannabis obviously we need to explore that why was it called marijuana when that’s not what it was called at that time. And secondly he said, yes, this is decreasingly being prescribed by physicians because of lack of standardization. However, even then in 1937 there were about 100000 prescriptions written by doctors in the United States where cannabis
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NEW I-502 TV Ads: Former Federal Law Enforcement Officials Support Marijuana Legalization

New Approach Washington, the campaign behind Washington State’s marijuana legalization initiative (I-502), has just released two new television ads that began airing today. What makes these advertisements even more notable is that they both prominently feature former federal law enforcement officials. The importance of this is perfectly summed up by former NORML Board Member and writer for Washington’s “The Stranger,” Dominic Holden:

This is a big deal: The new ads for Initiative 502 that begin airing today, which encourage Washington to become the first state to legalize marijuana, star former federal law enforcement.

I know—if you watch politics around here, you know they’re on board and their endorsement seems… banal. Don’t be jaded. Former US Attorneys John McKay and Kate Pflaumer, along with the FBI’s Charlie Mandigo, make the most persuasive case for legalization: Pot laws result in using limited law enforcement resources that should instead be focused on violent crime.

Every time that pot legalization—even decriminalization—has gone to voters in other states, federal law enforcement have delivered the coup de grace, largely by virtue of their credibility. This time, it’s the opposite. These prosecutors and an agent get in the first word for legalization, and with $1 million in the bank and up to $2 million more on the way, the New Approach Washington campaign is going to hit this message hard. This is a coup.

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You can view the new TV spots below. Please share as widely as possible with your friends and family. Together we can end marijuana prohibition, let’s Smoke the Vote in November. Previous polling for I-502 in September had support for the effort at 57%, help us keep up the momentum going into election day by educating everyone you know about the importance of cannabis reform in the 2012 election. You can learn more about these initiatives and the presidential candidates’ statements on marijuana by reading NORML’s voter guide available here.

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San Jose Medical Marijuana Dispensary MedMar on KTVU Ch. 2 News

Cannabis Club MedMar Healing Center was featured on Channel 2 KTVU News over the recent medical marijuana legislation in San Jose, CA.
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Cannabis Culture News LIVE: A Bud a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

POT TV – Watch Cannabis Culture News LIVE for the latest news and views on pot politics and the marijuana community. In this episode: Former Heart Surgeon Dr. David Allen joins the show to tell us why a bud a day keeps the doctor away. Dr. Allen will talk to us about the benefits of eating raw cannabis and discuss his own unique biography and legal battles over medical marijuana. Also on the show: The Weed Guy aka Mark Klokeid, founder of Kush.ca and the iMedikate medical marijuana dispensaries in Vancouver joins us in studio. www.pot.tv
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National Voter Registration Day: Help NORML Smoke the Vote in 2012!

Today, September 25th, is National Voter Registration Day and never has it been more important to make sure you are registered to vote and are ready to let your voice be heard this election. With three states voting on outright legalization, several voting on medical marijuana measures, many local municipalities voting on decriminalization, and a presidential campaign, this fall will be one for the history books.

You can utilize NORML’s 2012 Election Guide: Smoke the Vote by clicking here or on the poster image at the bottom of the page. This guide provides you with a variety of tools to prepare you for November 6th. Use our resources to register to vote, find your polling place, learn about all the marijuana voter initiatives, and see the presidential candidates‘ public statements on marijuana policy all on one convenient page. To make it even easier, you can register to vote quickly, right from this page, by using NORML’s rock the vote widget below.



Together we will legalize marijuana and we can start this fall. Won’t you help us Smoke the Vote?


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This Week in Weed: August 19th – 25th

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This week: Colorado’s Amendment 64 would bring in big revenue for the state, Grand Rapids will be voting on marijuana decriminalization, and Arkansas’ medical marijuana initiative qualifies for the ballot.

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This Week in Weed: August 12th – 18th

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This week: A new study confirms marijuana’s medical efficacy, NORML and the Women’s Alliance join the Peace Caravan, and Seattle Hempfest begins in Washington State.

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Medical Marijuana Tracking on NBC News MedMar Healing Center

MedMar Healing Center is featured in this NBC local news segment speaking about the possibility of California law requiring the tracking of Prop 215 patients across California. Cannabis club, MedMar, is against this for privacy reasons.
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Medical Marijuana Tracking on NBC News MedMar Healing Center

MedMar Healing Center is featured in this NBC local news segment speaking about the possibility of California law requiring the tracking of Prop 215 patients across California. Cannabis club, MedMar, is against this for privacy reasons.
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This Week in Weed: July 29th – August 4th

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This week: A big drop in DEA marijuana plant seizures year over year and a new study illustrates how cannabis can help keep patients from the dangers of pharmaceutical opiates.

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This Week in Weed and Video of RAND Congressional Briefing on Legalization

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This week: Oregon will vote on legalization, a new study on cannabis use and MS, and the LA City Council moves to ban medical marijuana dispensaries citywide.

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Also, check out RAND Corporations presentation entitled “Should Marijuana Be Legalized?” which was presented on Capitol Hill this month. While NORML disagrees on many of the points made, RAND’s views make for a very interesting discussion.

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This Week in Weed: June 17th – 23rd

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This week: Detroit is approved to vote on marijuana decriminalization measure and a new study shows medical marijuana legalization does not increase teen drug use.

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Also, another must watch video from this past Wednesday’s DEA Oversight Committee Hearing. This time it is Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) putting the DEA Chief Administrator’s feet to the fire:

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This Week in Weed: June 10th-16th

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This week: a study shows no correlation between marijuana dispensaries and crime, new polling data shows growing support for marijuana legalization, New Hampshire sends their medical marijuana measure to the governor, Rhode Island’s Governor signs their decriminalization measure into law, and the New York General Assembly approves medical marijuana legislation.

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Election Night Bites Some Food For The Races KPSP Local 2 News

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This Week in Weed: May 27th – June 2nd (and a new PSA)

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This week: A new study shows cannabis use decreases mortality rate in patients with schizophrenia and related ailments and Rhode Island’s Governor signs a bill allowing for “Compassion Centers.”

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Also, check out this latest NORML PSA, featuring some great rhyming on the problems of prohibition, submitted to us from artist Will Brennan:

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