Monthly Archives: April 2016

Clio marihuana dispensary fighting Genesee County Prosecutor’s office in court

CLIO (WJRT) - (04/25/16) - A Mid-Michigan marihuana dispensary is fighting the Genesee County Prosecutor's office in court after FANG shut them down. The owner of the Clio dispensary says warrants weren't valid and he wants his business back open.   Attorneys from both sides were in Judge Hayman's court Monday afterno

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Marijuana TV PSA 2

End Prohibition Now - Very Presidential - Marijuana TV PSA #2  

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Oh Canada

Canada to introduce legislation in 2017 to legalize marijuana

  OTTAWA — The Canadian government announced Wednesday that it will introduce

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Vibrator taken during marijuana police raid, says woman

Published on Jun 2, 2015 Ginnifer Hency says that police raid led investigators to seize a couple of guns, a small amount of cash and cell phones with a lot of medical marijuana. And also something very personal... Read more

Michigan NORML Gives Awards To Irwin, Komorn, And Others

Michigan’s NORML chapter awarded some of the state’s most prominent and outspoken advocates for marijuana law reform during the organization’s Quarterly Meeting held on April 1. MINORML issues these awards annually, and some are named for activists who have passed away. Legislator o

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State lawmakers turn grass into campaign cash

Michigan's medical marijuana law is a mess and dispensaries are popping up like, well, weeds and patients, police and politicians say something needs to change.   For the second year in a row, lawmakers are promising action  in the meantime, FOX 2 found that their campaign Read more

Attorney questions possible padlocking of medical marijuana facility

CLIO, MI – The attorney for the owner of a medical marijuana facility faced with the possibility being padlocked for a year questions why prosecutors are trying to have the business declared a nuisance. Attorney Michael Komorn said he doesn't understand why prosecutors are trying to clo

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Medical marijuana patients reunited with son after lengthy court battles, unfounded drug charges

SPRING LAKE, Mich. -- After 18 months, a Spring Lake family's son is out of foster care and reunited with his parents.  Yet the fight to be together, through court battles and serious drug charges despite being card-carrying medical marijuana patients, still haunts them. Read more

Recreational Pot Drive


By Katie Deska News staff 03/31/2016 - Approaching the eighth anniversary of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act (MMMA), overwhelmingly approved by

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2016 45th Annual Ann Arbor Hash Bash Michael Komorn

2016  45th Annual Ann Arbor Hash Bash

The nation's longest-running marijuana legalization rally runs from noon to 2 p.m. on the University of Michigan Diag, followed by the Monroe Street Fair. Watch the video