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Kestrel, the Cannabis Car

A new way of saying “green car“ Now, don’ go thinking that the Kestrel is packed with Cannabis… It is, if you like, wrapped in the stuff, as its creators, Motive, went for a type of Cannabis fiber called hemp when designing the body of the car. Motive calls its vehicle the Kestrel bio-composite bodied […]

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Hippie's Dream Car

A teaser image of the Kestrel. (Credit: Motive Industries) Motive Industries, an automotive design firm in Canada, is developing the most literal of green vehicles–an electric car with a chassis made from cannabis. The body of the Kestrel, a four-seat electric vehicle, is engineered using impact-resistant biocomposite derived from Canadian grown and manufactured hemp mats. […]

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Some MA police turn blind eye to marijuana

By Emily Jones ⋅ Having a small amount of weed might not even get you a fine. Some towns in Massachusetts are giving up on enforcing the law that decriminalized possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. Under that law, an ounce or less brings just a 100-dollar fine – instead of six months […]

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Free Roger Christie

August 23, 2010 – Hilo, Hawaii Video by David Corrigan Over 200 supporters of Roger Christie rallied at the Mooheau bandstand in Hilo, Hawaii on Wednesday. Christie, who founded the THC-Ministry in Hilo where he says he shared the sacrament of cannabis with members, was arrested in July for running what federal authorities called a […]

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All Decked Out

By Sherri Buri McDonald The Register-Guard Eugene entrepreneur and longtime industrial hemp advocate Dave Seber hopes to make a little history today at Seattle’s HempFest, a pro-cannabis event expected to attract at least 175,000 people. He will be introducing Hemp Shield, which he calls the “world’s first” hemp-oil deck sealer. Hemp Shield is coming to […]

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Going to Pot

by Domenick Yoney (RSS feed) Motive Industries talks about its cannabis-bodied car – Click above to watch a video after the jump Motive Industries has announced that they will unveil Canada’s first bio-composite-bodied electric car this September at the EV 2010 VÉ Conference and Trade Show in Vancouver. Dubbed the Kestrel, the four-passenger compact forgoes […]

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Montel Williams Talks About Medicinal Pot

By Angela Woodall Oakland Tribune OAKLAND — Emmy award-winning former talk show host Montel Williams was in town Tuesday for a second time seeking information about opening a medical cannabis facility here. He met with Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan, who said Williams was interested in applying for one of the city’s pot permits to grow refined […]

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Anaheim Ruling Could Be Useful in Upland Case

Sandra Emerson, Staff Writer UPLAND – Three Upland medical marijuana cooperatives will remain closed, despite a published opinion filed Wednesday in a state appellate court.The co-ops appeared in court Friday to request a lifting of a preliminary injunction granted by a judge at the West Valley Superior Court in Rancho Cucamonga. The judge ruled to […]

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Free From Siezures, Pain and Prescribed Medicine

By Amy Hamilton Samantha McClellan has epilepsy but has been seizure-free for two-and-a-half years with no thanks to prescription medications. By medicating with cannabis-infused foods, the single mother of four children also is pain-free and feels empowered about the future for the first time she can remember. “Without having to look like I’m on drugs, […]

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The Wait for Medical Marijuana in NJ Frustrates Terminally Ill Patients

BY BARBARA WILLIAMS The Record STAFF WRITER John Ammirati needs marijuana to ease the symptoms of his terminal illness, he says, but whether it will be available by January, as outlined by state law, remains unclear. Health officials must complete a multistep process before the controversial law can be implemented and aren’t committing to any […]

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