Johnny Green

Johnny Green is a marijuana activist from Oregon. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Public Policy. Follow Johnny Green on Facebook and Twitter. Also, feel free to email any concerns.

Oct 012014
 October 1, 2014
Orange Crush Marijuana Strain Review And Pictures

Orange Crush Cannabis Strain Review And Pics The Orange Crush marijuana strain is a sativa-dominant hybrid that comes from California Orange and the renowned Blueberry strain. The Orange Crush marijuana strain comes in small, dense nugs that are absolutely caked with trichromes and long, lush orange pistils. Orange Crush provides sativa traits that overshadow the slight indica effects. A powerful cerebral high gives patients uplifting feelings of happiness, hope and joy. The Orange Crush strain tests at 24.95% THC. “Orange Crush is bubbly fountain of awesomeness. First look astonished me, glistening [...]

Oct 012014
 October 1, 2014
Marijuana Legalization And Regulation In 45 Seconds

Rick Steves, travel guru, narrates an animated video that explains how our current systems is failing us. Measure 91 would create a regulated system that would refocus police time on serious crimes, hobble the black market cartels, and direct millions of dollars to education, drug treatment and prevention, and law enforcement.

Oct 012014
 October 1, 2014
Alaska Coalition Of Parents Forms In Support Of Marijuana Legalization

By Alizeh Siddiqui The Alaska Dispatch News reports that a group of more than two-dozen concerned parents from across Alaska have formed a coalition in support of Ballot Measure 2, the statewide initiative on the November ballot to regulate marijuana like alcohol. They believe that regulating marijuana like alcohol will be a more effective means of keeping it out of the hands of their children, noting that marijuana prohibition has failed to prevent teens from accessing marijuana, and illegal dealers are not limiting their sales to adults over 21. The [...]

How To Make Marijuana Banana Cream Pie

 Posted by at 7:22 AM on October 1, 2014  Cannabis Recipes
Oct 012014
 October 1, 2014
How To Make Marijuana Banana Cream Pie

Marijuana Banana Cream Pie Recipe Before starting this delectable dish, be sure that you have the properly made cannabis milk on hand. You’ll need it to make this amazing medicated banana cream pie. Whether you want to make it just for yourself or to share with others (Thanksgiving is coming and you could probably share this with some of your good friends), this pie will surely be a hit. Be sure to follow the directions and get ready to have the best pie of your life! What You’ll Need; 3 [...]

Sep 302014
 September 30, 2014
Oregon Racial Justice Groups: End Marijuana Prohibition

People of color in Oregon are 100 percent more likely to face legal punishments for marijuana than white people, despite equal rates of use. The current system is failing, and the following groups today are endorsing Measure 91 because it removes unfairly harsh punishments that disrupt lives. The new groups to endorse Measure 91 are: Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO), which has worked for social justice for more than 15 years and continues to evolve as Oregon’s leading Asian and Pacific Islander grassroots advocacy organization. Partnership for Safety and [...]

Sep 302014
 September 30, 2014
Florida Medical Marijuana Campaign Launches First TV Ad

Election Day 2014 is right around the corner, and there are several marijuana reform efforts that will go before voters. One of those is Amendment 2 in Florida, which would legalize medical marijuana. The ‘for’ and ‘against’ campaigns have been spending enormous sums of money trying to sway voters. The Amendment 2 campaign, United for Care, has launched it’s first TV ad. With polls showing the initiative winning sometimes by a small margin, and losing by a small margin other times, this ad is very important. You can see the [...]

Sep 302014
 September 30, 2014
Register Guard Endorses Oregon Marijuana Legalization Initiative

Thanks for supporting Measure 91. This Sunday, the second-largest daily newspaper in Oregon joined the largest daily newspaper in Oregon to get behind the movement to regulate, legalize and tax marijuana. The Register-Guard in Eugene endorsed a Yes vote on Measure 91. Read their great piece here. “Removing the threat of a drug bust from the lives of nearly one in eight otherwise law-abiding Oregonians would be one primary benefit of Measure 91. Another would be to kill or cripple the black market in marijuana.” – Register-Guard, Sunday 9/28/2014 Adding to the powerful voice of the [...]

Sep 302014
 September 30, 2014
Cuomo Asks Feds To Allow New York To Get Medical Marijuana From Other States

Friday, the Cuomo Administration sent a letter to Deputy Attorney General Cole following up on an earlier letter to U.S. Attorney General Holder sent on August 13, 2014. Both letters asked the Department of Justice (DOJ) to extend a narrow, time-limited exception to federal law to allow the importation of certain strains of medical marijuana from other states for use by children in New York with severe forms of epilepsy. The letters follow the deaths of several children and a sustained campaign by advocates pressuring the Cuomo Administration to create [...]

Sep 302014
 September 30, 2014
Should Oregon Voters Legalize Marijuana? (Of Course!)

As Oregon voters consider Measure 91, a bill on the November ballot that would regulate, legalize and tax marijuana for adults 21 and older, many are looking to how similar laws are affecting Colorado and Washington. Colorado began implementation of Amendment 64 in January of this year.  According to the state’s department of revenue, the first seven months of legal marijuana sales resulted in more than $27 million in taxes and fees.  Currently, $5.3 million has been raised to improve Colorado’s Schools via the Best Fund as mandated by Amendment [...]

Sep 292014
 September 29, 2014
Marijuana And PTSD Research Study Confirms Locations

Dr. Sue Sisley was supposed to conduct a PTSD/marijuana research study in Arizona at the University of Arizona. However, due to political wrangling, the University of Arizona terminated her research. Dr. Sisley has stated many times that her research was terminated there after politicians at the Arizona Legislature pressured the University of Arizona to do so. The Arizona Legislature and the University of Arizona have refused to comment, but it’s pretty obvious that’s what happened. Since the termination, Dr. Sisley and her funder, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, have [...]