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“Permit Patty” Steps Down as CEO of Cannabis Company

By | June 27th, 2018|California, News, racism, San Francisco|

Alison Ettel, now better known as “Permit Patty,” has announced that she is stepping down as CEO of TreatWell Health, a cannabis company specializing in CBD edibles and tinctures. Ettel’s announcement comes just days after a video of her reporting an 8-year-old girl to the police for “selling water without a permit” went viral on [...]

Sixty People Jailed for Possession of Under an Ounce of Pot

By | January 5th, 2018|Busted, Georgia, News, Police, racism|

The post Sixty People Jailed for Possession of Under an Ounce of Pot appeared first on High Times. A New Year’s Eve party got a little raucous for the folks of Cartersville, Georgia. So much so that it resulted in sixty people jailed for possession of under an ounce of pot. That’s right: police arrested [...]

Cannabis Lab Founder Steps Down After Neo-Nazi Ties Revealed

By | December 8th, 2017|Business, cannabusiness, Ganjapreneurs, lab testing, Neo-Nazis, News, Oregon, Portland, racism|

The post Cannabis Lab Founder Steps Down After Neo-Nazi Ties Revealed appeared first on High Times. Until earlier this week, Bethany Sherman was a co-owner—with her partner and co-parent Matthew L. Combs—of OG Analytical, a cannabis testing lab in Eugene, Oregon.  By all accounts, they were high-profile members in Oregon’s burgeoning marijuana industry—so high-profile that [...]

Could The Term ‘Marijuana’ Be Banned In Canada?

By | November 6th, 2017|canada, international, language, legalization, News, Politics, racism, World|

The post Could The Term ‘Marijuana’ Be Banned In Canada? appeared first on High Times. Over the years, there have been plenty of names connected to the plant most commonly referred to as “weed.” Pot, reefer, ganja, cannabis and marijuana are among the most common, but apparently, one of those names may soon be considered taboo [...]