Monthly Archives: April 2015

Original Web Series ‘The wHOLE’ Seeks to Stop Solitary Confinement, End Mass Incarceration

Original Web Series ‘The wHOLE’ Seeks to Stop Solitary Confinement, End Mass Incarceration

Feature Photo: Think Ten Media filming on day 4 of ‘The wHole“ The following was written By William Brown, Lead Actor for The wHOLE: No one wants to go to jail, but you definitely don’t want to be in the hole while you’re in jail — locked up for 23 out of 24 hours a day […]

Pregnant Medical Marijuana Patients Face Steep Legal Risks

Pregnant Medical Marijuana Patients Face Steep Legal Risks

For one of 4Front’s recent podcasts, I talked to medical professionals about the intersection of the healthcare and marijuana industries. After discussing the issues that medical professionals in the marijuana industry face, I wondered about the special case of pregnant women. What do marijuana business owners need to know about serving patients who also happen […]

Lady Business: Megan Schwarting of Kush Creams

Lady Business: Megan Schwarting of Kush Creams

Kush Creams are Washington’s most award-winning cannabis product. In 2012 and 2013, Kush Creams won Best Non-Edible Medically-Infused Product at the HIGH TIMES Medical Cannabis Cup in Seattle for their Super Sour Diesel/Perma Frost that features delightful ingredients like peppermint, cassia, cinnamon, menthol, and cinnamon bark. The company was founded and is owned and operated by Megan […]

Lady Health: Endometriosis Pain & Cannabis Strain Relief

Lady Health: Endometriosis Pain & Cannabis Strain Relief

According to the Mayo Institute: “Endometriosis (en-doe-me-tree-O-sis) is an often painful disorder in which tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus —  grows outside the uterus (endometrial implant). Endometriosis most commonly involves ovaries, bowel or the tissue lining the pelvis.” What exactly does this mean? When a woman is diagnosed with endometriosis, the endometrial lining builds up […]

Boston Metro Area May 30: Panel on Cannabis in Media Featuring Ladybud Publisher Diane Fornbacher

Boston Metro Area May 30: Panel on Cannabis in Media Featuring Ladybud Publisher Diane Fornbacher

Host: Northeastern Institute of Cannabis in Natick, MA Saturday, May 30, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT) Doors open at 7. Appetizers and beverages will be served. Panel starts at 7:30. BUY TICKETS AT THE EARLYBIRD PRICE The relationship between cannabis and the media is multifaceted.  Since the founding of HIGH TIMES Magazine in 1974, the media […]

Urgent Call To Action: Pennsylvania Medical Cannabis Bill SB3

Urgent Call To Action: Pennsylvania Medical Cannabis Bill SB3

On April 21st, the PA Senate State Government committee unanimously passed Senate Bill 3, a bill originally intended to legalize medical cannabis in PA. SB3 will go to the Senate Appropriations committee for a vote likely on May 4th, and could get a vote on the Senate floor soon after. Currently, the Senate is not […]

ACTION ALERT: Oregon Medical Marijuana Act (OMMP)

ACTION ALERT: Oregon Medical Marijuana Act (OMMP)

This action alert courtesy of our friends at the International Cannabis Business Conference: The Measure 91 Committee is starting to consider amendments that will severely impact the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act. These amendments are being attached to Senate Bill 844. While the amendment contains some beneficial provisions for the OMMA, it unnecessarily restricts patient grow sites […]

Envisioning a Post-Prohibition World at Psymposia Psychedelics Conference

Envisioning a Post-Prohibition World at Psymposia Psychedelics Conference

Psymposia – Envisioning a Post Prohibition World The snow has melted, spring is slowly regaining its grasp on life as flowers begin to bloom and people emerge from what has been one of the harshest winters ever in New England. It is fitting then, that an blossoming organization offers a springtime continuation of what the […]

ACLU: End Juvenile Solitary Confinement

ACLU: End Juvenile Solitary Confinement

Featured image courtesy: DianeDiamond.net My name is Kelly. I’m a student at Suffolk University and a passionate activist at the Student Alliance for Prison Reform, a nationwide network of university students working for prison reform. When I was a teenager I spent 7 months in prison. For the first time I was able to personally […]