• FNS TURNS 2

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    The buzz was out and being a Friday the 13th did not dull the senses. It was the Second Anniversary of the popular Friday Night Sesh, hosted by the 420Nurses. The group founded in 2009 and made up of female patients helped or cured through cannabis use has expanded their event promotion aspect since the

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  • FRIDAY NIGHT SESH TO TURN DOS

    FRIDAY NIGHT SESH TO TURN DOS2

    That’s right, Sports Fans. The Friday Night Sesh that happens in the San Fernando Valley every Friday night will have their second anniversary this coming Friday night at the usual location. I was standing in line just last week and struck up a conversation with a familiar face there, as we waited for the doors

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  • EVERYTHING420 FIRST QUARTER

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    As we come upon the end of the first quarter, Everything420 takes a look at legal weed in California. It is hoped that somehow this column will reach eyes in Cook County, home to Chicago. That is the sight of the next cannabis legalization move. The tax scene. The state lawmakers, none of whom has

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  • HOLLYWOOD HEMP MUSEUM

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    Hollywood added a different museum to the many found in LA with the opening of the Hollywood Hemp Museum on July 21st. Located on a corner next to the Henry Fonda Theater in the heart of Hollywood, the easiest way there is to take the Red Line [subway] to Hollywood and Vine. You will exit

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  • BECOMING BUD BROTHERS, AGAIN

    BECOMING BUD BROTHERS, AGAIN5

    As we all wait to see the outcome from the results of Tuesday’s California vote to legalize marijuana on a recreational level, those of us in this cause from the beginning to those who just joined, we must now come together for the betterment of us all. This was the motivation behind campaigning against a

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  • #TuffysFight: Cannabis for Epilepsy Foundation

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    When Tatyana “Tuffy” Rivera was just 10 months old, she suffered a reaction to one of the many, many pharmaceuticals she was given for her epilepsy. She was in severe danger of having her airway closed off and not being able to breathe. “These drugs either did nothing or made her worse,” says Ricardo Rivera,

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