NOVA SCOTIA CANADA: Once again it seems that you can’t grow Cannabis and treat licensed patients, even if Cannabis is “legal”…

NOVA SCOTIA CANADA:  Once again it seems that you can’t grow Cannabis and treat licensed  patients, even if Cannabis is “legal”.At approximately 10:30am on September 5th, Rev. Daren McCormick and Rev. Kevin James were visited by the RCMP at which time they proceeded to search their property located in Loch Broom Nova Scotia Canada, where …

Pro-marijuana church active in Alabama: Members tout ‘God and cannabis’

By Greg Garrison | [email protected] Email the author | Follow on Twitteron March 20, 2017 at 6:12 AM, updated March 20, 2017 at 2:40 PM With a stained-glass window behind them, a lineup of speakers stepped to the front of the church and talked about the potential health benefits of legalizing plants that are currently …

Marijuana Missionaries: First Cannabis Church Rolls Into Michigan

There’s no religious dogma in this church, but these marijuana missionaries are intent in on bringing ostracized stoners back into the fold. By Beth Dalbey (Patch Staff) - September 19, 2016 10:05 pm ET Congregants in this church aren’t high on Jesus. In fact, the very name of the church sounds like lyrics from a …

US-NATO’s “Counter-Christmas Crusade” against the Cradle of Civilization and the Holy Land

By Felicity Arbuthnot Global Research, December 17, 2015     “It’s really 19th century behavior in the 21st century. You just don’t invade another country on phony pretexts in order to assert your interests.” -John Kerry, “Meet the Press”, 2nd March 2014. There has been a searing irony to Christmas since August 1990 and the …

Whoops: Indiana’s anti-gay ‘religious freedom’ act opens the door for the First Church of Cannabis

Tom Boggioni 29 Mar 2015 at 20:55 ET Rastafarian businessman (Shutterstock) Don't miss stories. Follow Raw Story! In a classic case of “unintended consequences,” the recently signed Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) in Indiana may have opened the door for the establishment of the First Church of Cannabis in the Hoosier State. While Governor Mike …

Panel approves religious freedom amendment

FRANKFORT, KY. — Kentucky courts would be required to allow people to opt out of obeying some laws that run counter to their religious beliefs if a constitutional amendment that passed a Senate committee Wednesday becomes law. Senate Bill 158 would require the government to exempt people from laws that contradict their religious beliefs unless …