OU Intellectual Property Instructor Luke S. Zimmerman Recognized Among the TOP in His Industry by Noticed©
Luke Zimmerman, Founder, The Law Office of Luke S. Zimmerman APC, has joined Noticed©, an invitation-only service for distinguished professionals.read more
… Jung enrolled in Oaksterdam’s semester program after returning to the Bay, graduated with honors, and was hired at Harborside San Jose where she discovered the dispensary’s holistics program.read more
The BIG3 will permit its players to use cannabidiol (CBD) as a pain treatment and for recovery, the 3-on-3 pro basketball league announced on Thursday. The rule is in effect immediately.read more
The world lost Big Mike Parker Sunday. More than a friend, he is a secret superhero of the cannabis movement. That’s a strong statement, but it couldn’t be truer. Big Mike was the man behind the scenes during nearly every interview, photo shoot, camera crew, news...read more
April 2, 2012, the federal raid on Oaksterdam changed my life forever. It was both the worst and ultimately, the best day of my life as I took responsibility for the school, the museum, the gift shop and ultimately Richard Lee’s legacy. I am conflicted as I reminisce...read more
Oaksterdam University Celebrates 10 Years of Cannabis Education and Legalization with the O’Dammy Awards Ceremony; Legacy Book Will Honor Those Who Fought For Cannabis Rightsread more
Jeff Sessions’ prejudice against cannabis can’t be allowed to destroy American jobs and an American industry.read more
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The University of Michigan is now conducting two studies to understand how medical cannabis use among patients with chronic pain affects pain management, quality of life, and the use of other medications.
OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A marijuana industry leader says California is growing way too much pot, leaving the state with questions about what to with the surplus.read more
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