Cannabis Vacation

Welcome to the week, everyone. Nevada’s blue wave continues, your friendly neighborhood drug sniffing dog won’t have to go on unemployment anytime soon and Japan is still weird. The details… ‘Tis the season to sign up for The Reno Memo. Make your holiday dreams come true by clicking right here. Cannon returns home, restores balance to […]

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Hotel weekend is one of our favorite ways to switch up the routine and get out of a rut. The idea is to find a quality accommodation within the general vicinity of your home—the closest big city, a nearby scenic hideaway or a quick jaunt across town—and stay there, as if you’re on vacation for […]

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You will find more statistics at Statista. Marijuana has been nearly unstoppable this year. Heading into Election Day, residents in nine states were set to vote on marijuana initiatives or amendments within their states. Five states had been looking to legalize recreational marijuana, whereas residents in four states were voting on medical cannabis initiatives or […]

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California’s successful marijuana legalization initiative repeals sales tax for medical marijuana. Benjamin Franklin said that taxes, like death, are one of life’s few certainties. But due to a glitch in the technical language of California’s successful marijuana legalization initiative, the state’s pot smokers may prove him wrong. California’s marijuana legalization initiative is designed to raise […]

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Election Day was a winning day for marijuana. Voters in eight states approved either the growth of recreational marijuana or, like Florida, the production of medical cannabis. Those votes will increase pressure for change in Georgia. “We were obviously encouraged by all the positive votes,” said Shannon Cloud. She and her husband, Blaine Cloud, are […]

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Healdsburg may join a growing list of cities looking to curb the proliferation of outdoor marijuana gardens. The City Council on Monday will consider instituting a moratorium on outdoor cultivation and only allowing indoor grows that comply with strict requirements. <!– v1.09g2 –> <!– v1.09g2 –> <!– v1.09g2 … read more at: http://www.pressdemocrat.com/news/6333418-181/healdsburg-could-ban-outdoor-pot

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By Leah De Leon, Madeleine Caraluzzi, Gabriel Espinosa and Kelsey Reinhardt After a long weekend on set, Wilson Vernon, who requested that he be referred to by his middle name to avoid prosecution, breathes a sigh of relief at the sight of his driveway. He parks the car, walks into his house and plops down on the […]

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By Leah De Leon, Madeleine Caraluzzi, Gabriel Espinosa and Kelsey Reinhardt After a long weekend on set, Wilson Vernon, who requested that he be referred to by his middle name to avoid prosecution, breathes a sigh of relief at the sight of his driveway. He parks the car, walks into his house and plops down on the […]

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By Leah De Leon, Madeleine Caraluzzi, Gabriel Espinosa and Kelsey Reinhardt After a long weekend on set, Wilson Vernon, who requested that he be referred to by his middle name to avoid prosecution, breathes a sigh of relief at the sight of his driveway. He parks the car, walks into his house and plops down on the […]

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By Leah De Leon, Madeleine Caraluzzi, Gabriel Espinosa and Kelsey Reinhardt After a long weekend on set, Wilson Vernon, who requested that he be referred to by his middle name to avoid prosecution, breathes a sigh of relief at the sight of his driveway. He parks the car, walks into his house and plops down on the […]

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By Leah De Leon, Madeleine Caraluzzi, Gabriel Espinosa and Kelsey Reinhardt After a long weekend on set, Wilson Vernon, who requested that he be referred to by his middle name to avoid prosecution, breathes a sigh of relief at the sight of his driveway. He parks the car, walks into his house and plops down on the […]

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