Republican Senator introduces bill to disqualify a majority of the Islands' medical marijuana patients
After Tuesday's state Senate session, we are arguably five steps closer. On March 8, 2011, the Senate voted to pass five medical marijuana-related bills on to the House.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Driven by economic troubles and a growing awareness of the perils of prohibition, several U.S. states are moving forward with bills to decriminalize or legalize the recreational use of marijuana.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Hawaii's Cannabis Minister Roger Christie may be guilty of being too optimistic about his First Amendment rights - but does this make him a danger to the community? The US Federal Government thinks so.
The long-standing Hawaii THC Ministry's Rev. Roger Christie was refused bail after being arrested for 100 plants. The U.S. Attorney stated that he is a threat to society because "Mr. Christie listens to no one but himself, that's why he is a danger to the community".
The Hawaii U.S. Attorney on Friday outlined grand jury indictments against 14 people in connection with a marijuana case on the Big Island.
A proposal to create medical marijuana dispensaries in Hawaii has gone up in smoke.
Don't let bill SB2141 die! Representative Ryan Yamane, Chair of the House Committee on Health, still has not agreed to hear SB2141, a bill which would make important updates to Hawaii's current medical marijuana program.
CANNABIS CULTURE - Hawaii's THC Ministry and the homes of several medical cannabis growers were raided Wednesday by federal agents from the United States DEA and IRS.
Measures would expand state’s medical marijuana law and reduce the penalty for possession of one ounce to a civil fine.