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 302014
 October 30, 2014
Latest Polls Show Marijuana Reform Winning In Florida And DC

Polls are not always accurate, but they are the only way we have to gauge support for an election measure. Polls in Florida have been all over the place, with most of them showing Amendment 2 winning. The ones that show medical marijuana losing in Florida seem to always be racked with flaws. Every poll I’ve seen for Washington D.C.’s Measure 71 have shown the marijuana legalization initiative winning. There are two new polls out which show both measures winning. First up, Florida, which per the Tampa Bay Times is [...]

Oct 302014
 October 30, 2014
Black Cherry Soda Marijuana Strain Review And Pictures

Black Cherry Soda Cannabis Strain Review And Pics The Black Cherry Soda marijuana strain was created by TGA Genetics. The Black Cherry Soda marijuana strain is an indica-dominant hybrid strain, and has one of my favorite strain names of all time. It’s a very dark strain, so the name is fitting. Like most indica-dominant strains, the Black Cherry Soda marijuana strain creates an intense body high, but not so overwhelming that you can’t get tasks completed. It also comes with a great euphoric feeling. Great for pain, insomnia, and just about [...]

Oct 302014
 October 30, 2014
Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuit On Guam Medical Marijuana Vote

There are some big votes happening next week across America. Oregon, Alaska, and Washington D.C. are voting on marijuana legalization. A handful of cities in Maine and Michigan are also voting on marijuana legalization. Of course, there’s also Florida voting on medical marijuana. But one vote is often overlooked during the ‘marijuana midterm elections.’ That’s the United States territory of Guam, who is voting on a medical marijuana bill during the 2014 Election. There was a lawsuit challenging the placement of the measure on the ballot, but that lawsuit was [...]

Oct 302014
 October 30, 2014
Forest Service Veteran - Legalize Marijuana To Protect Our Forests

There are a lot of cartel marijuana grow operations in the forests of Oregon. These are not one to two plant gardens. These are massive gardens with thousands of plants. Those massive gardens take up a lot of space, and involve a lot of pesticides and other pollutants. Cartel marijuana gardens are damaging the forests in Oregon, which is sad for many reasons. The forests of Oregon are one of Oregon’s greatest assets, and they need to be protected and preserved for future generations. If Oregon Measure 91 passes, there [...]

Oct 292014
 October 29, 2014
Southern Oregon Media Outlet's Marijuana 'News Story' Is A Disgrace

What terrible journalism by KTVL Channel 10 in Medford, Oregon! In a recent TV “news” report on Measure 91, the sheriff of Klamath County spouted off the typical fear-mongering arguments against legalizing and taxing marijuana with no facts or data to back it up. He said moving marijuana from a market controlled by dealers and cartels into a regulated, inspected, legalized market would cause chaos and death on the roads and make it impossible for meager budgets of agencies like his to cover the cost of enforcement. The story was [...]

Oct 292014
 October 29, 2014
Law Enforcement Officials To Publicly Endorse Oregon Marijuana Legalization

WHEN/WHERE: 2 p.m., today, Wednesday Oct. 29, at the Partnership for Safety and Justice, 825 N.E. 20th Ave #250, Portland, Ore. 97232. WHAT’s NEWS: At least 29 law enforcement officials from across Oregon and the western half of the United States are endorsing Measure 91. Endorsers include former Seattle police chief Norm Stamper, former Multnomah County Sheriff Don Clark, former Denver Police Department Lieutenant Tony Ryan and retired Los Angeles Police Department Deputy Chief Stephen Downing. Measure 91 has released a new ad spot featuring endorsements from retired Oregon Supreme Court Justice Bill Riggs, [...]

Oct 292014
 October 29, 2014
Green Queen Marijuana Strain Review And Pictures

Green Queen Cannabis Strain Review And Pics The Green Queen marijuana strain was bred by JB Dank Nugz, and is a cross between Green Crack and Space Queen. Both of those strains are top notch, so it’s no wonder that the Green Queen marijuana strain is also highly desirable. The body high from the Green Queen marijuana strain is significant, making it a great strain for helping with sleep and dealing with pain. Average THC levels for the Green Queen marijuana strain are about 17%, so it’s mild enough to get [...]

Oct 292014
 October 29, 2014
Flawed Poll Shows Marijuana Legalization Losing In Oregon

A new poll was released yesterday by KGW News and the Oregonian, which found Oregon Measure 91 losing by two points. Oregon Measure 91 would legalize, tax, and regulate recreational marijuana in Oregon. Below is a summary of what the poll found: The Oct. 26-27 survey of 403 likely voters found that 44 percent backed the legalization measure while 46 percent were opposed.  Another 7 percent were unsure and and 2 percent would not say.  The difference between the yes and no sides is well within the poll’s margin of [...]

Oct 292014
 October 29, 2014
Comedic Video Series Released Urging Oregon Voters To Legalize Marijuana

A new get-out-the-vote video campaign has been launched by Drug Policy Action, a related organization of the Drug Policy Alliance, the nation’s leading organization promoting drug policies that are grounded in science, compassion, health and human rights. The series of videos, entitled “In the Time It Takes,” show how easy it is to vote and to support Measure 91, a measure on the November ballot that would regulate, legalize and tax marijuana for adults 21 and older. In the videos, supporters of Measure 91, including actor Tate Donovan and comedian Rob [...]

Oct 292014
 October 29, 2014
Legalizing Marijuana In Alaska Could Create A $107 Million Dollar Industry

Politicians are always talking about creating jobs, boosting local economies, and helping industries thrive. For some reason, that rarely applies to marijuana. Alcohol, yes. Pharmaceuticals, yes. But for some reason when it comes to marijuana, a substance far safer than the two I just mentioned, politicians are either outspoken in their opposition, or are unwilling to go on the record. Why is that? Alaska voters will vote on marijuana legalization next week, along with Oregon and Washington D.C.. The marijuana industry could be sizable in Alaska if legalization is approved. Per [...]