Monthly Archives: November 2014

Marketing Marijuana: Insight from the Harvard Business Review

Re-posted from Harvard Business Review (http://hbswk.hbs.edu/item/7623.html) 19 Nov 2014 HBS Cases Marketing Marijuana Forget Big Tobacco—is the era of “Big Marijuana” that far off? As Harvard Business School marketing professor John A. Quelch reports, the Mile High City is taking

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California’s Attorney General Thinks Legal Weed Is Inevitable

In an interview with BuzzFeed News, California Attorney General Kamala Harris, a rising star in the Democratic Party, said she had “no moral opposition” to marijuana legalization. But there are a lot of details to figure out. by Adam Serwer

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Congressman Reminds Us How Many People Have Overdosed On Pot: ‘Spoiler Alert: It’s Zero’

By Paige Lavender Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) took a moment Thursday afternoon to remind everyone how many people have overdosed on pot. “Spoiler alert: it’s zero,” Blumenauer said at a press conference on Thursday. “The first time it happens, it’ll

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Israel develops revolutionary medical marijuana inhaler

A first-in-class pocket-sized metered-dose cannabis inhaler helps patients and doctors control, monitor and fine-tune dosages. A first-in-class pocket-sized metered-dose cannabis inhaler helps patients and doctors control, monitor and fine-tune dosages. As medical marijuana debates heat up across the globe, a

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State, Local Marijuana Legalization Measures Win Big On Election Day

by Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director Oregon and Alaska legalized and regulated the commercial production and sale of marijuana for adults, while voters residing in the nation’s capitol and in numerous other cities nationwide similarly decided this Election Day to

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Judge Could Smash Marijuana Law

by Abby Haglage A judge in California is examining the legality of America’s marijuana laws, she may be on the verge of throwing the entire system into chaos. Three states, one district, and two cities will vote on various aspects

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