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Mrs. Nice Guy

PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

Little known fact: A lot of wrestling fans are avid tokers. I grew up watching WWF/WWE, it was one of my favorite rituals to enjoy with my pops. Fast forward to me at age 33

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Mrs. Nice Guy

PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

Though I reside in the Pacific Northwest (Portland/Vancouver to be exact), I have always been a Lakers fan. It’s a tough thing to be up here, but being from LA is something I hold dear

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Mrs. Nice Guy

PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

How did you celebrate 420? Most of the Pacific Northwest hit up events and parties, but I did what I normally do and took the day off to Netflix & Chill. This 420 I was

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

A couple years ago I was introduced to Ganja Yoga, a class given by Dee Dussault one of the first Yoga practitioners to infuse her yoga classes with cannabis. It was a very relaxing journey

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

According to Leafly, the strain Fucking Incredible is: A pure indica strain and was created by combining the genetics of two magnificent indicas back in 1990. Seven generations of stabilization breeding gave us the present

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE APRIL 19, 2017 PORTUGAL. THE MAN PARTNERS WITH WIEDEN + KENNEDY AND PORTLAND’S HIFI FARMS TO RELEASE CUSTOM CANNABIS BLEND NAMED AFTER THE BAND’S NEW SINGLE “FEEL IT STILL” PRE-ROLLED BLEND AVAILABLE

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

Jim Mullin, owner of a trio of marijuana dispensaries in Clark County, said his staff and customers compare April 20 to Christmas. “Everybody comes in. Some of the people maybe just consume (marijuana) once a

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

SEATTLE — Thursday marks marijuana culture’s high holiday, 4/20, when college students gather — at 4:20 p.m. — in clouds of smoke on campus quads and when pot shops in legal weed states thank their

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

SEATTLE — Thursday marks marijuana culture’s high holiday, 4/20, when college students gather — at 4:20 p.m. — in clouds of smoke on campus quads and when pot shops in legal weed states thank their

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentucky agriculture officials say they’re burning a fraction of the hemp crop being grown for commercial purposes because it contains a higher level of a psychoactive compound than is legally allowed. Brent

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

DENVER — Washington state regulators have begun accepting bids for a new seed-to-sale tracking system to keep tabs on marijuana commerce, a deal with an initial value of about $3 million. The competition likely will

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

Canada is set to detail its plans for legalized recreational marijuana, with the industry expecting a rush of mergers as companies seek a national footprint amid a patchwork of different rules in each province. Prime

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

KINGSTON — Officials say a Washington Native American tribe is in talks with the state about beginning marijuana sales on their land. The Kitsap Sun reports Port Gamble S’Klallam Chairman Jeromy Sullivan said they are

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

DENVER — Governors from the first four states to legalize recreational marijuana are asking the Trump administration to let the pot experiments continue. The governors of Alaska, Colorado, Oregon and Washington say that marijuana legalization

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

With local restrictions on marijuana easing across the U.S., power suppliers from California to Maine were expecting a little buzz of their own from newly legitimate pot farmers. After all, a 5,000-square-foot warehouse filled with

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

OLYMPIA — Meagan Holt sat in the front row of a committee hearing earlier this week holding her 4-year-old daughter Maddie in one arm and a syringe filled with cannabis oil in the other. “Cannabis

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

If Mike Gilles were to knock back a bottle of Jack Daniels on the front porch of a stranger’s home, he wouldn’t be surprised if the cops were called. “I could or should expect to

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

America’s cannabis industry will continue growing at double-digit rates over the next four years — even with ambiguity emanating from the White House — as the drug gains in popularity, according to a leading marijuana-research

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

America’s cannabis industry will continue growing at double-digit rates over the next four years — even with ambiguity emanating from the White House — as the drug gains in popularity, according to a leading marijuana-research

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Liquor Control Commission issued its first recall of recreational marijuana after samples of a type of pot were found to contain a level of pesticide residue above the state limit.

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has issued its first recall of recreational marijuana. The OLCC says samples of Blue Magoo marijuana contained a level of pesticide residue that exceeds the state limit.

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

DENVER — The Colorado Senate on Thursday passed a first-in-the-nation bill expressly permitting marijuana clubs. But Gov. John Hickenlooper is hinting that he’ll veto the measure unless it bans indoor smoking.  The bill allows local

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

SAN FRANCISCO — Michael Fasman’s 12-year-old dog, Hudson, limps from pain caused by arthritis and an amputated toe, but Fasman doesn’t want to give her painkillers because “they just knock her out.” So the San

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Mrs. Nice Guy

PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

We’re back with another Honest Marijuana strain review, last week we took on their Girl Scout Cookies, today we’re going to talk about their strain Black Gorilla. I don’t know much about this strain, but

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Mrs. Nice Guy

PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

What is an Herbal Vaporizer? It almost seems like herbs are becoming a thing of the past ever since concentrates have come about. As time goes by, new methods of extraction are coming out which

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A federal prosecutor has snuffed out plans by pot fans to celebrate Nevada’s new recreational marijuana law by lighting up on a Native American reservation near Las Vegas. U.S. Attorney Daniel

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

WASHINGTON — Eleven senators asked the Trump administration Thursday to allow states to tax and sell recreational marijuana. The senators wrote a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, reminding him that President Donald Trump said

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

SALEM, Ore. — The states that have legalized recreational marijuana — a multibillion-dollar business — don’t want to hear the federal government talk about a crackdown. Oregon Gov. Kate Brown says she wants Oregonians left

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Mrs. Nice Guy

PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

If you search Leafly by “Popular Strains”, one of the top three strains on there will be Girl Scout Cookies. The name alone makes you crave it, just like when it’s Girl Scout Cookie season

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Mrs. Nice Guy

PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

Some things are just better when you’re stoned.  Animated movies/shows are definitely two things I enjoy stoned and that’s why I was honored to be chosen to watch a screener for the animated film, Nerdland.

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The Columbian / Associated Press

PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

Local marijuana shops say they will take a wait-and-see approach after White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer recently made allusions to a federal crackdown on legal pot. Ramsey Hamide, whose co-owned dispensary Main Street Marijuana

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

The cannabis industry was rattled Thursday after White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said he expects the Department of Justice to increase enforcement of federal laws prohibiting recreational pot, even in states where it’s already

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s administration said on Thursday for the first time that it will crack down on marijuana sales in states that have approved recreational pot use. White House press secretary Sean Spicer

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s administration said on Thursday for the first time that it will crack down on marijuana sales in states that have approved recreational pot use. White House press secretary Sean Spicer

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Mrs. Nice Guy

PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

It seems as though every day Trump and his flunkies are trying to take back any progress we’ve made in the last 8 years. Him and the GOP are a joke…OH LOOK! Here’s another thing

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Dutch lawmakers on Tuesday voted in favor of tolerating the cultivation of cannabis, a move that could bring to an end a key paradox of the relaxed Dutch policy on marijuana

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

When recreational marijuana arrived in Washington, prices were still inflated by the black market. A gram of flower in 2014 could sell for $40. “Those days are gone,” said Jim Mullen, co-owner of a trio

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

WASHINGTON — Lawmakers looking to draw attention to pet issues have formed groups in favor of everything from auto care to zoos. Now, there’s a caucus for cannabis. Rep. Earl Bluemenauer said the move is

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

MEDFORD, Ore. — As legalized marijuana brings more business to Oregon, some communities are seeing a large amount of cash in the economy thanks to strict regulations keeping banks away from the businesses. The Mail

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

ABERDEEN — An Aberdeen schoolgirl plagued by a seizure disorder that’s proven untreatable by mainstream medication is one step closer to finding relief today with the State House of Representative’s Health Care and Wellness Committee’s

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

DENVER — North Carolina wants to know if marijuana could one day replace tobacco as a cash crop. Louisiana is wondering how pot holds up in high humidity. And Washington has questions about water supplies

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Mrs. Nice Guy

PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

Growing any plant from seed is very satisfying and exciting experience.  Every person will gain pleasure while watching a life developing from that tiny little seed. Still, it is highly important to choose the right

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

Cannabidiol is swiftly changing the dispute surrounding the use of marijuana as a medicine. From the popularly known THC marijuana ingredient that gets users high, recent attention has moved to another compound in marijuana known as

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

OLYMPIA — It’s a question that Republican senators have asked during state budget battles from time to time: Why can’t Washington, flush with marijuana tax revenue far outpacing old projections, use that money to help

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

OLYMPIA — Members of the Commerce and Gaming committee heard testimony Tuesday from lobbyists, concerned citizens and shop owners for several marijuana bills. The bills included changing the penalties for marijuana offenses, a process for

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

LOS ANGELES — Hi is a cannabis brand. Its logo — “hi” in white letters inside an orange circle — can be found above the front door of a Portland marijuana shop and on a

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

SEATTLE — Washington lawmakers this week will consider a bill that would allow parents to administer medical marijuana to their children on school grounds. KING-TV reports that the House Committee on Health Care & Wellness

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

He sat between Whoopi Goldberg and Barbara Walters on “The View,” parried with Stephen Colbert on the Comedy Channel, and declined Bill O’Reilly’s repeated offers to appear on his show. As the first mainstream newspaper

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PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Willie Nelson wants his friend Loretta Lynn, who recently revealed that she tried marijuana for the first time at the age of 84 for her glaucoma but didn’t like it, to give

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Mrs. Nice Guy

PUBLISHED: May 24th 2017

If you’re looking for a vaporizer that’s unlike the plethora of others available on the market then you need to consider the Hydrology9 from Cloudious9. I was lucky enough to receive one to review and

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