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UC San Diego Accepts $4.7 Million Donation to Study CBD and Autism

By | April 26th, 2018|autism, California, News, Research, San Diego|

Medical cannabis research just got a big boost as UC San Diego accepts $4.7 million donation to study CBD and autism. The donation represents the largest of its kind in U.S. history. More importantly, it could help shed light on how cannabis can be used to treat autism. Biggest Medical Marijuana Donation in the United [...]

Over 550 Pounds of Weed Seized and 75 People Charged In Massive Bust

By | March 9th, 2018|Busted, California, Drug Cartels, Mexico, News, Police, San Diego|

It’s one of the largest drug busts in recent memory: over 550 pounds of weed seized and 75 people charged. Authorities say they were all involved in a multi-year, international money laundering conspiracy, in which tens of millions of dollars were laundered from cities across the U.S. to the Mexican cartel. The Bust According to federal [...]

Is The Girl Scout Who Sold Cookies Outside A Dispensary In Trouble?

By | February 7th, 2018|California, Girl Scouts, News, San Diego, women|

The post Is The Girl Scout Who Sold Cookies Outside A Dispensary In Trouble? appeared first on High Times. Is the Girl Scout who sold cookies outside a dispensary in trouble? The word on the street is a young scout who set up a cookie booth in front of the Urban Leaf dispensary in San [...]

Girl Scout Sells Over 300 Boxes Of Cookies Outside Dispensary

By | February 5th, 2018|California, Girl Scouts, News, San Diego, urbn leaf, women|

The post Girl Scout Sells Over 300 Boxes Of Cookies Outside Dispensary appeared first on High Times. The Girl Scouts might want to think about changing from their motto from “To Serve God and my Country,” as they serve cookies to marijuana dispensary customers. It seems that marijuana legalization could be the best thing to [...]

Civil Rights Icon to Appear at Earth Day Cannabis Village

By | January 30th, 2018|California, Cannabis Village, civil rights, Dolores Huerta, Earth Day, featured, human rights, News, San Diego, women|

The post Civil Rights Icon to Appear at Earth Day Cannabis Village appeared first on High Times. Recently, it was announced that the civil rights icon to appear at Earth Day Cannabis Village in San Diego is Dolores Huerta. The iconic labor and feminist leader will be the featured guest during San Diego’s EarthFair festivities [...]

This Sheriff Candidate Is Running On A Pot-Friendly Platform

By | December 11th, 2017|News, Politics, San Diego|

The post This Sheriff Candidate Is Running On A Pot-Friendly Platform appeared first on High Times. The regulatory environment for cannabis in San Diego County could see dramatic change if candidate Dave Myers is elected sheriff in 2018. Myers, who is currently a commander in the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, will be running against [...]

San Diego Celebrates Hemp History Week

By | June 8th, 2017|California, Culture, hemp, People, San Diego|

Many of the uses and benefits of hemp were on display at the International Cannabis University (ICU) in San Diego, California for a celebration of Hemp History Week. The event on June 4 also took advantage of the date (6/4) to celebrate recreational cannabis use, legalized with the passage of Prop. 64 (get it?!?) by [...]

Political Candidates Courting Ganjapreneurs

By | May 30th, 2017|Business, California, cannabusiness, Ganjapreneurs, News, Politics, San Diego|

It seems the days of cannabis businesspeople clamoring for the ears of politicians may be coming to an end. Two candidates for San Diego County elected offices recently spoke at the monthly meeting of a marijuana industry trade group. The Association of Cannabis Professionals event was held at a café in the San Diego, California [...]

Pot Companies and Consumers Connect at Farmers Market

By | April 27th, 2017|California, cannabusiness, Culture, event, farmers market, People, San Diego|

Cultivators and makers of concentrates and other marijuana products had direct access to their customers at the San Diego Cannabis Farmers Market. The event was held outdoors at a Four Points by Sheraton hotel in California’s second largest city. In order to comply with current regulations, a doctor’s medical marijuana recommendation was required for entry, [...]