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The science of weed: interview with National Geographic cover story author listen

06/15/15 Seán Kinane
MidPoint with WMNF News Monday
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Tags: marijuana, medical marijuana, pot, National Geographic, science, cancer, drugs, law

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Humans have used the marijuana plant for thousands of years; the cover story in this month's National Geographic magazine looks at the science behind pot.

The author of High Science, Hampton Sides, is a journalist and author of bestselling nonfiction books.

We explored the 5,000 year history humans have had with marijuana, where marijuana use is legal, the pioneering research of Israeli chemist Raphael Menchoulam & Spani...

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The economics of weed in Florida listen

03/02/15 Samuel Johnson
MidPoint with WMNF News Monday
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Tags: Weed, marijuana, pot, cannabis, economics, Florida

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The concept of making money in the cannabis industry in Florida without marketing the plant brought entrepreneurs and business experts together. Organizers are poised to help launch marijuana minded businesses in Florida despite the obstacles.

The day long event Saturday was held in Ybor City. Medical or recreational weed is not legal in Florida but there is money to be made on things like hemp rope, rolling papers or vaporizers. Carlos Hermida of [Common Bond Collaborative](http://cbcg...

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Medical marijuana backer John Morgan takes calls on WMNF listen

02/21/14 Janelle Irwin
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Friday)
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Tags: John Morgan, medical marijuana, pot, Charlie Crist, Pam Bondi, Tiger Bay

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Prominent Florida attorney John Morgan takes calls from listeners on WMNF. Click listen above to hear the interview and questions. Here is the story from his previous appearance at the Tiger Bay Club of Tampa:



Medical Marijuana is an issue attorney Jo...

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