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Dope magazine, November, 2015

Material Information

Title:
Dope magazine, November, 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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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ISSUE 10 I NOVEMBER 2015 THE PAST TO PRESENT ISSUE
STRAIN
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EDIBLES
CHEEBA CHEW
RECREATIONAL
STORE
THE GREEN SOLUTION
CANNA-NEWS
CONSISTENCY ACROSS ST ATE LINES
DOPE NEWS
CANNABIS WORLD NEWS
CANNA-NEWS
IN FOCUS: MIKE SMIGIEL
GARDEN
COLORADO HEMP PROJECT
PIECES
THE LUNA MOTH
CANNA-NEWS
PRIVATE PRISONS
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SOCIAL CAUSES
CAMPAIGN ZERO
FEATURE
DR. CARL HART
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TECHNOLOGY
HISTORY OF ONLINE CANNABIS FORUMS
CANNA-NEWS
CANNABIS AND RACE
6 I ISSUE 10 THE PAST TO PRESENT ISSUE dopemagazine.com
STATE
DIRECTOR NOTE
But sometimes. I still sit and reminisce.
Then think about the years I was raised, back in the days -Ahmad
"Drug deals" by nature are inherently dangerous situations; emotions run high, tempers flare, weapons become relevant and quality of product is suspect. If you remember "the tip", "over-yonder". LJs Crib" or any other vaguely described location where you used to score herb, then you no doubt can appreciate the development of the cannabis industry and the ability to purchase quality cannabis in safe and friendly surroundings. Stories of guns being drawn, pistol whippings, shaken confidence and hairy situations with the law while picking up are told with a sense of pride in a made it out alive sort of way in our new economy.
For modern cannabis consumers being shorted isn't intentional, you don't have to roll your own joints, options range beyond standard $30/60 or $60/120 price points, and plastic is accepted.
As a young buck, seeing and smelling purple in cannabis for the first time was literally a breath of fresh air and a sight for sore eyes. What was referred to as Purple Haze could have just as easily been Mids lightly brushed with a grape-scented marker We wouldn't have known any better at the time and It didn't stop us from paying with our allowance money while smoking in double-time.
Today, Roy G Biv is represented in strains of cannabis that originate from far off lines of longitude and latitude. Sold in more visually pleasing locations and packaging, the days of purchasing a sandwich bag of shake in the alley next to the dumpster are long gone; the game has changed
But the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Cannabis is still a Schedule 1 drug Alcohol, tobacco and firearms kill our parents, siblings, friends, people we never liked and strangers we've never considered yet still receive the "Good Ole America" treatment when pushed back upon.
Despite the lives being improved and saved by cannabis, too many brains have been washed into thinking that the plant is evil Correlation does not imply causation; the gateway theory persists.
Minorities are still arrested and incarcerated at alarming rates for cannabis possession and narcotic pharmaceuticals are still prescribed to infants, children and teens before they are allowed to make their own decisions FDA approved THC pills are available with a doctors prescription, and have been used to mask cannabis consumption for those on paper' since they became available on the 'legal' market.
The black market thrives in Colorado. Cannabis flower, edibles and concentrates are being diverted to any number of states. Prohibition stokes entrepreneurial flames and the minds of the next generation of cannabis innovators are just being turned onto the notion that cannabis and hemp can save the world.
Press on.
Stay DOPE.
Emmett H.W. Nelson Colorado State Director


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