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One of the most prolific rappers and producers of the Old School West Coast rap scene is facing serious drug charges in Georgia. Delmar Drew Arnaud, aka Daz Dillinger, was arrested by Cobb County police and faces 13 felony marijuana drug charges. According to Cobb County Police, Arnaud was arrested this past Tuesday, Sept. 25,…

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Two Georgia women were arrested for attempting to turn their church into a trap house. Ebony Cooper, 28,  and Leah Pressley, 26, decided to sell marijuana-laced cereal treats, brownies and puddings during the Rainbow Marketplace at Second Arnold Baptist Church in Savannah, Georgia. The marketplace allowed small business owners to sell goods and products. Before the event,…

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The old ad campaign of “Have a coke and a smile” is taking on new meaning as the Coca-Cola Corp. is getting ready to cash in on the legal marijuana business. Bloomberg News reports that the multi-national soft drink giant is in negotiations to produce a drink infused with cannabis oil. The Coca-Cola corporation is…

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When police in College Park, Georgia, recently raided a residence they were looking for suspects and drugs. What they did not expect was to also arrest a cop with the Atlanta Police Department after finding her in a room filled with guns,  marijuana, prescription pills, $8K in cash and scared kids. Iris Rowe had been…

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From January through April of 2018, the Minneapolis Police Department engaged in an undercover operation that netted  47 low-level marijuana-related arrests. Undercover officers in 46 of the 47 arrests approached Black people attempting to purchase $10-20 worth of marijuana. When these low-level offenders were busted, they later found themselves charged with drug felonies for possession…

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President Trump made an announcement yesterday that has some pot smokers checking their hearing and “ganja-prenuers” jumping for joy. As he was boarding the presidential helicopter he fielded a question from a reporter regarding a current bill making its way through Congress. The bill is known as Strengthening the Tenth Amendment Through Entrusting States (STATES)…

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With the legalization of marijuana in many states, vaping is becoming a very popular option. Whether a person chooses an inexpensive vape pen or a more upscale vaporizer, for marijuana connoisseurs it is the preferred method of consuming marijuana. But not all vape oils are the same and some can leave a distinct aftertaste. This…

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420 Day is here and many people around the country are getting ready to smoke, vape and eat marijuana in its many forms. Now that California, Oregon, Colorado and other states have some form of marijuana legalization, there are a lot of choices of strains of the plant to enjoy. Here are some of the most…

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Many people who smoke marijuana often do not know that there are different strains and types of plants. Rolling out spoke with Cobra Extracts, which specializes in marijuana vape oil. Here are a few facts on marijuana. Marijuana comes in a variety of strains.  Those strains fall into three distinct categories. What are the differences? Indica–…

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Ziggy Marley is urging marijuana users to “grow your own” as a part of a campaign to rid pot of pesticides. The 49-year-old musician and son of the late reggae star Bob Marley who smoked cannabis as part of his Rastafarian religion, is campaigning for regulation of the cannabis farming industry to ensure the weed…

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Apparently, a windy day in Fort Pierce, Florida, can blow around many unwanted items, leaves, trash and in the case of one woman, a baggie of cocaine. At least that is what Kennecia Posey, told police when they stopped her. According to WPLG News, a Fort Pierce police officer stopped Posey after smelling marijuana coming…

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Rolling out talks Medical Marijuana with Dr. Rasean Hodge, Activist Nicole Buffong, Advocate Diego Salas Posted by Rolling Out on Monday, April 2, 2018 Rolling out recently hosted a panel discussion on medical marijuana in Georgia. The panel featured Dr. Rasean Hodge, who certifies patients for medical marijuana, activist and cannabis patient Nicole Buffong and…

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Across the country, many states have addressed growing marijuana use with decriminalization, medical legalization, and recreational legalization. In Illinois, where limited medical use is permitted, there is now a problem for those who choose to buy fake weed or synthetic pot — it is causing users to bleed from body orifices. According to the Illinois Department of…

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Police in South Carolina have announced the arrest of Morgan Roof, 18, the sister of convicted mass killer and racist Dylann Roof. In 2015, Dylann Roof shot and killed nine African-American parishioners at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston in a racially-motivated shooting.  According to WIS-TV, Morgan Roof had posted a disturbing  Snapchat message that…

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Cell phones and marijuana are causing thousands of people to die. According to a report by Governors Highway Safety Association, nearly 6,000 pedestrians have died in the past two years. The increase of pedestrian deaths are mostly being contributed to cell phone use and marijuana, the report claims. People are not paying attention when they…

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Disclaimer: This video is exclusively managed by Caters News. To license or use in a commercial player please contact info@catersnews.com or call +44 121 616 1100 / +1 646 380 1615 Posted by Nina Peppers on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 If you smoke weed, you better take a look at that bud in your hand.…

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