February 1, 2017
Law enforcement is not the only group profiting off of civil asset forfeitures — confidential informants get a cut too. According to FBI documents posted by The Intercept, snitches are eligible to “receive compensation of up to 25 percent of the net value of the forfeited property,
October 12, 2016
Snoop Dogg debuted Leafs by Snoop in 2015, and pot products from brands by Tommy Chong, Whoopi Goldberg, Willie Nelson and the family of Bob Marley all hit the shelves earlier this year.
Now, a second round of celebrity canna-business brands is making waves. While some are launching their own brands,
October 11, 2016
David Kohl, the former CEO of High Times, is suing the company after being “fired without notice by sales boss Matt Stang,” reports the New York Post. Kohl, who has previously worked for Viacom, Nokia, and Xbox, was hired by the magazine to usher the counter-cultural book into the era of legal weed.