Finishing off the end of a joint, the DeLisi brothers slid into a 7-Eleven parking lot just off Sample Road in Pompano Beach. It was the end of 1974, and they were ages 30 and 38, full of New York swagger, and feeling invincible. Tucked into the yellow 1965 Porsche's passenger seat was Teddy, a swee ... More >>
Despite opposition from Attorney General Pam Bondi, the Supreme Court of Florida officially ruled today that a ballot question that could approve use of medical marijuana is perfectly valid. This means that the question will now all but certainly come before voters in November. Bondi had challenge ... More >>
Unless Pam Bondi or Rick Scott say otherwise, Floridians should be able to vote on medical marijuana in November. Karen Goldstein, the director of NORML in Florida, told us that a petition campaign by United for Care has collected more than 700,000 valid signatures, which was confirmed by the Florid ... More >>
"Why are we underground right now, sir? Why can't we be out in the open?" asks Private Miller while sitting in a smoky interrogation room during the opening scene of the 2008 movie Pineapple Express. "Why aren't we in a square right now? Why aren't we talkin' to people, lettin' them know that Item ... More >>
Praise the pot gods. We have all survived to see another 4/20, the highest, holiest, and happiest of weed holidays. The crop has been harvested. It is lush and green and good. Now if only there were someplace to celebrate with a nice, ceremonial, musical smoke out ... Here are the ten best 4/20 p ... More >>
Wiseman Willie, Padre Nelson, the potheaded stranger. He's known by many names, but this country legend and social activist has remained steadfast in his singular devotion to Mary Jane for nearly 60 years. He's been busted. He's been badgered. But he's never backed down. And by God, everyone's fav ... More >>
If you'd told Larcenia Bullard 35-years ago - back when she was teaching school kids for a living -- that she'd one day use her lofty platform as a Florida state Senator to advocate for marijuana reform, she would have banished you to the principal's office. "I would not have possibly imagined th ... More >>
Tallahassee is not only the political capital of Florida, but also apparently the pot-smoking capital of America. Surprisingly, Miami, most often associated with drugs, doesn't even make the Daily Beast's list of Mary Jane-loving cities. Then again, maybe it's not much of a surprise that college ... More >>
From an Olympic champion to an honest-to-goodness queen, everybody has smoked pot.
CampusReform.org's mission includes giving college "conservatives powerful new weapons in their fight for the hearts and minds of the next generation of citizens, politicians, and members of the media" and helping "a new generation of student activism to identify, expose, and combat the radical l ... More >>
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