Canadian marijuana advocate Marc Emery sits down with Wendy Mesley from The National a day after he was released from a U.S. prison. From August 13.
Charlo Greene Reportedly Terrorized Neighbor, Reaches Alaska Cannabis Club Goal
Maria Vultaggio IBTimes.com September 23, 2014
Charlo Greene, the Alaska news reporter who became famous by quitting on live television, allegedly smoked so much marijuana at her home that her next door neighbor’s child became sick, TMZ reported. Now her neighbor is fighting Greene in court.
When Greene and her boyfriend moved into the apartment above Tyler Gilbrech’s place in June, they smoked so much pot that his 4-year-old daughter became ill from the fumes seeping through the walls, Gilbrech told TMZ. He said something to the building manager — and that’s when things went awry, he said.
Court documents revealed Greene harassed and threatened Gilbrech several times and told him to “watch his back,” TMZ reported. He filed for — and was granted — a temporary restraining order against the KTVA reporter two weeks ago. Since then, Greene has moved out of the building and must stay at least 20 feet away from Gilbrech and his family. A court hearing was scheduled for the end of the month.
Greene, in turn, claims her former neighbor harassed her with racial slurs, which he denies…MORE (IBTimes.com)
Mark Acheson The Advocate Sept. 4, 2014
THE medical miracles of cannabis oil continue to dumbfound mother Jessica Rush.
Her two-year-old April Tognoni lives with myoclonic epilepsy, an incurable illness.
Since taking the oil young April’s thousand seizures a day have reduced to anywhere between one-hundred to six.
The Advocate spoke with Miss Rush in June this year, where April had begun interacting with her mother – an impossible task before.
Today Miss Rush fought back emotions as she told the tale any mother would never forget.
“It tears me every time,” she said…MORE (The Advocate)
Aug 3, 2014 NPR.org
STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: And today’s last word In Business is the story of a prison going to pot.
LINDA WERTHEIMER, HOST: That is the proposed new use for a defunct prison – Colorado’s High Plains Correctional Facility.
INSKEEP: Go ahead – take a moment, make that little joke about High Plains, and then we’ll continue with this story at the prison’s host city, which is being forced to confront Colorado’s legalization of marijuana.
WERTHEIMER: That city, Brush, Colorado, voted against legalizing pot. But now a cannabis entrepreneur wants to bring pot right to their doorstep – actually, to their former prison…MORE (NPR.org)