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Anti-Marijuana Organization Creates Retaliation Billboards in Phoenix

Anti-Marijuana Organization Creates Retaliation Billboards in Phoenix

Anti-Marijuana Organization Creates Retaliation Billboards in Phoenix

An organization of marijuana legalization opponents in Arizona has commissioned anti-marijuana billboards in the Phoenix area. Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy is responding to pro-marijuana billboards put up this past October by Weedmaps, a marijuana locating app.

The History of Marijuana in Hawaii

The History of Marijuana in Hawaii

Marijuana in Hawaii has a that dates back to 1842, when it was first featured in the island newspaper Ka Nonanona. The newspaper referred to the drug as “pakalolo”, which is the Hawaiian word for “numbing tobacco”. Advertisements for medical marijuana continued to appear in the newspaper until the state coordinated a program to destroy “pakalolo”, because Hawaii received more money from the federal government than any other state to seize all marijuana.

Las Vegas Airport Banning Possession and Advertisement of Cannabis

Las Vegas Airport Banning Possession and Advertisement of Cannabis

It looks like cannabis travelers and advertisers will have to be more conscientious when using the Las Vegas airport. On Sept. 5, 2017, Clark County commissioners approved a measure to ban both possession and advertisement of cannabis at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.

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Vireo Calls on Google to Stop Rejecting Medical Cannabis Ads

NEW YORK, March 18, 2016 /Weed Wire/ — Vireo Health of New York (“Vireo”), one of five companies licensed by the New York State Department of Health to produce and sell medical cannabis, is urging Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) to accept its advertisements using the words ‘medical cannabis’ and ‘medical marijuana.’

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How Companies are Trying to Bring Marijuana Ads Online

Yes, cannabis can. It has been a landmark time for marijuana, with entrepreneurs rushing into the Wild West of the budding industry. They’re not just growers and sellers, but forward-looking tech experts who have seen pot’s bright digital future.


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