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Dope magazine, March, 2015

Material Information

Title:
Dope magazine, March, 2015
Place of Publication:
Seattle, Washington
Publisher:
Dope Magazine
Publication Date:
Frequency:
annual
regular
Language:
English
Edition:
Washington [State] edition.
Physical Description:
volumes : color illustrations ; 27 cm

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Marijuana -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
Cannabis -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
Marijuana -- Therapeutic use -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
Cannabis -- Therapeutic use -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
Marijuana -- Periodicals -- Colorado ( lcsh )
Marijuana -- Periodicals -- Washington (State) ( lcsh )
Cannabis ( fast )
Cannabis -- Therapeutic use ( fast )
Marijuana ( fast )
Marijuana -- Therapeutic use ( fast )
Colorado ( fast )
Washington (State) ( fast )
Genre:
Periodicals. ( fast )
serial ( sobekcm )
Periodicals ( fast )

Notes

General Note:
"Defending Our Plant Everywhere."--Cover.
General Note:
Published in four (4) separate editions: Washington, Oregon, California, Colorado.
General Note:
Editions designated by state flag symbol on front cover and mast head.
General Note:
Some issues have separate titles: The Advocacy Issue, The Health Issue, etc.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
929464135 ( OCLC )
ocn929464135

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*THE MONA L THE REAL
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POLITICALLY CHARGED:
Kettle Falls Five
Defendant Rolland Gregg
MINDFULNESS
Expand Your
Awareness
COLORADO
MARCH 2015
THE ADVOCACY
ISSUE N02
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STRAIN OF THE MONTH
PRUNING
CONCENTRATE
DEATH STAR
MORE YIELDS OC JACKALOPE
SIC NED BY THE MAN HIMSELF


TABLE OF CONTENTS------
MARCH 2015 THE ADVOCACY ISSUE
ISSUE 02
STRAIN OF THE
EDIBLES WAN A SOUK CUM MIES
RECREATIONAL
MONTH***''
DEA TH STAR
STORE '
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FEATURE DR. DIN A
MMJ IN THE NEWS***'
WHY MEDICAL MATTERS PARTI
GROW '
PRUNING TOR PREMIUM
MMJ IN THE NEWS
'ROCKY MOUNTAINh ADVOCACY
MMJ IN THE NEWS '
POLITIC ALL Y CHARCED
GARDEN ' PIECES '
K/NDMAN CARDENS CHONC BONC
MJ IN THE CONCENTRATE
NEWS ' rOGJACKALOPE%
3 REASONS WHY DENVER MIGHT BE MARIJUANA HEAVEN
ROAD TRIP '
ON THE ROAD WITH MY WEED A TTORNEY
ROAD TRIP '
JURY NULIFICA TION101
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HEALTH
' MINDFULNESS
STATE
DIRECTOR
NOTE
There is an entire generation of cannabis consumers and enthusiasts who know only of a world in which the speed and size of the device in your pocket or purse dictates knowledge, power and direction. They've never written a research paper using The Encyclopedia Britannica for reference or navigated the country with a road atlas.
At the intersection of tech and cannabis, programmers puff joints. Successful ventures and epic failures have been conceptualized over bowls, knife hits and gravity bongs. The Silicon Valley is rife with cannabis consumption and has been for ages. Conflict between the two is agonizing and unproductive.
Social media has become an extension of identity and personality for many while profiles on Facebook and Instagram routinely are removed simply for promoting and supporting cannabis. When MassRoots. a social network for cannabis advocates was removed from the Apple App store in early January swift action was taken by the intrepid team working out of their Denver office.
In the face of crisis. MassRoots continued the development of their iOS platform and organized a national PR and media outreach campaign. A petition signed on their behalf by tens of thousands and messages sent from across the country to Apple proved the situation couldn't and wouldn't be ignored for long.
Heavy Indica nights turned into weeks as MassRoots remained unavailable for iOS download. Good luck struck on Friday the thirteenth when Apple updated their policy that allows for cannabis related apps to be downloaded by users in states that have legalized medical cannabis. The App is back in the store, ready for download and primed for more success.
This is no small victory: two big green thumbs go up to MassRoots. Whaxy, the National Cannabis Industry Association. The ArcView Group and The Cannabist for their hard work, dedication and on the spot action.
Stay Dank.
Emmett H.W. Nelson Colorado State Director


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