The 27th episode of Toke Signals Radio with host Steve Elliott takes a look at some of the biggest marijuana news stories of the week.
Find out what you need to know about the week in cannabis/marijuana news, in 29 minutes!
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Toke TV Stories of the Week
Uruguay's President Jose "Pepe" Mujica has been nominated for this year's Nobel Peace Price. According to advocates, President Mujica's legalization of marijuana in his country is "a tool for peace and understanding."
An Oregon Congressman on Tuesday blasted the deputy director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy after failing to get a straight answer to his question about the supposed dangers of marijuana.
"North To The Future" is Alaska's state motto, and the future is cannabis legalization, according to the polls. State voters will get a chance to have their say at the ballot box on August 19 after supporters collected enough signatures to qualify an initiative for the ballot.
A state lawmaker has filed a bill that would legalize and tax marijuana in Missouri, which has some of the harshest pot laws in the nation.
A bill has been introduced in the Oklahoma State Senate to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes for adults age 21 and older.
The D.C. Council on Tuesday took a major step to decriminalizing marijuana in the nation’s capital by voting 11-1 in favor of a bill that would eliminate criminal penalties for the possession of one ounce or less of marijuana and treat possession as a civil offense.
Archaeological excavations in Turkey have revealed a 9,000-year-old hemp-linen fabric in the ground at the site of a burned house. The fabric was wrapped around the skeleton of a baby.
Toke TV Must Read of the Week
Jeremy Webb's compelling account of how he became a medical marijuana patient, and how he became accustomed to his hash oil treatments.