Monthly Archives: June 2014

Marijuana Prohibition Again in Denver Parks

Marijuana Prohibition Again in Denver Parks

On Thursday, June 12, 2014, a new law is to be implemented in City of Denver parks: the consumption, use, display, transfer, distribution, sale, or growth of marijuana in any park will be prohibited. Infractions will be punishable with a $150 fine, escalating with repeat offenses. This new rule will be in effect for all […]

Paying it Forward: Cannabis Community Support for Rebecca Hamilton Brown

Paying it Forward: Cannabis Community Support for Rebecca Hamilton Brown

Ladybud readers know Rebecca Hamilton Brown as “Cooper’s mom” from “Cannabis Makes My Son Feel Normal,” the widely shared story Rebecca wrote about Cooper’s first successful bowling trip since starting medical cannabis to control his seizures. In the story, Rebecca credits her husband Marty for helping convince her to let go of her fears and allow her […]

“Willy the Plumber”: Helping the Children of Utah Prisoners Find a Brighter Future

“Willy the Plumber”: Helping the Children of Utah Prisoners Find a Brighter Future

Education is a key factor in raising happy and functional children.  This is a fact recognized by most, from the elite to the working poor to the incarcerated, people realize that getting a quality education is a worthwhile pursuit and encourage their children to obtain as much education as possible. However, reality can be harsh […]

CBD-Enriched Hemp Oil Discussion Today on Farmer in the Sky Radio Hour

CBD-Enriched Hemp Oil Discussion Today on Farmer in the Sky Radio Hour

The Farmer in the Sky Radio Hour on the Time for Hemp Network will feature a special 2-hour broadcast today from 4-6pm PST, discussing the controversial topic of hemp-derived CBD products. “We will be taking an in-depth look at what their manufacturer Cannavest and marketers call ‘CBD-enriched hemp oil’ products,” says host Wolf Segal. “This will include an […]

Drug War Prisoners Helping America and Themselves: A Plan for Decarceration

Drug War Prisoners Helping America and Themselves: A Plan for Decarceration

By Nora Callahan There is something new in the wind, with regards to the old and brutal drug war. National leaders, including our President, have acknowledged that sentencing schemes of the last few decades brought us an era of mass incarceration. Admission of grave injustice is new and a welcome respite from the steady drum war beat. But polices – our laws […]

More Than a “Bou Bou”: Why The Recent Flash Bomb Incident Demands Action

More Than a “Bou Bou”: Why The Recent Flash Bomb Incident Demands Action

Content Note: This article discusses horrific child injury and SWAT-style paramilitary raids. People want to believe that law enforcement officers’ sole objective is to protect and serve the citizens of the municipalities and jurisdictions they serve. Unfortunately, over the last decade, there has been a drastic shift in the nature of the police force in […]

Hemp History Week Launches as Historic Hemp Research and Development Crops Sprout in U.S. Soil After Decades of Prohibition

Hemp History Week Launches as Historic Hemp Research and Development Crops Sprout in U.S. Soil After Decades of Prohibition

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The fifth annual Hemp History Week (June 2-8, 2014) began yesterday, featuring events and activities throughout all 50 states this week, to raise awareness on the environmental, economic and health benefits of industrial hemp. Organized by the Hemp Industries Association (HIA) and Vote Hemp, the nation’s leading advocacy group for industrial hemp farming legalization—Hemp History […]