What do Susan Sarandon, Bill Maher, Sarah Silverman, Tommy Chong, Spike Lee, Joan Baez, Mark Ruffalo, Killer Mike, Margaret Cho, Jon Fishman, Nas, Jesse Ventura, Dick Van Dyke and Harry Belafonte have in common? They're all urging voters to support Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders for the presidency of the United States.
Everybody's doing it, so why not 311? The veteran rap-rock-reggae band has launched their own disposable vape pen model, the Grassroots Uplifter. It's filled with 500 mg of DJ Short Blueberry cannabis oil.
Last year, Oscar nominees received an unusual gift in their schwag bag: the $250 Haze Dual V3 portable vaporizer. The company is providing another 60 models for this year's nominees. But the Academy is suing the company who assembles the bags.
Bill Maher's latest "New Rule" comes complete with a smoking demonstration. "I use medical marijuana because my third eye has glaucoma," he explains with a wink on "Real Time." "It's acting up right now. Maybe I should treat it."
Mr. Man himself, Tommy Chong, headlined a busy opening day at the International Cannabis Business Conference in San Francisco on Feb. 13 that also included Dr. Jocelyn Elders, and Reps. Earl Blumenauer and Dana Rohrabacher.