The governor wants to open a "conversation" about legalizing cannabis in the state and says the lieutenant governor will hold a series of town hall-style sessions on the subject.
Judge Scott DiClaudio has ordered Poe (whose legal name is Richard Tamaccio Jr.) to serve four years’ probation, perform 100 hours of community service, and pay a $2,500 fine.
More crops are expected to be ready by late March.
Philly will no longer prosecute cannabis possession cases. Similar policies were recently enacted in Houston and Brooklyn.
Artist-Activist Nikki Allen Poe is at it again. This time he's celebrating the two-year anniversary of decriminalization in Philadelphia by...well, watch the video.
The joints will be out in again today for those in Philadelphia who want to show their support at the Cannabis Pride Parade, which begins Thursday at 3 p.m.
N.A. Poe — iconoclast, comedian, media artist, and cannabis activist — has been seemingly everywhere during this week’s Democratic National Convention.