Pictures of cannabis and anonymous plans of a person rolling a marijuana joint. Inside the New Start clinic.
Ball marijuana in hand.
Hand rolling a marijuana joint.
Anonymous plan of a young woman (feet and back view) that comes and goes to the reception of the New Start Clinic (Logo on the wall).
Police monitor a dispute between a Cannabis distributor (tenant) and the landlord. Footage includes pan of cannabis strains. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
SAME TWO HIPPIE GUYS INTERVIEWED TALKING ABOUT FESTIVAL AND HOW TIGHT AND INTENSE IT WAS. THEY SAY IT COULD HAVE BEEN GREAT WITHOUT FENCES. HIPPIE EATS COOKIE LACED WITH POT ANOTHER HIPPIE IN SUIT AND TOP HAT COMES UP AND ASKS ABOUT COOKIES. HIPPIE TALKS ABOUT POLLEN FROM CANNABIS PLANT, WHY HE LIKES TO GET STONED RATHER THAN DRUNK. THEY TALK ABOUT MARRIAGE.
MEDICAL CANNABIS IN FLOWER FORM NOW ON SALE (2022)
Patricia Gates from Shoreview uses cannabis for chronic pain. She has used cannabis in the form of tablets or oils before, but a change in Minnesota law means that cannabis flower is now legal.“This is going to save me $400 or more a month. I see this as a huge blessing,” said Gates.A spokesperson for the Minnesota Department of Health says flower cannabis is more affordable and that she expects more patients to join the state’s program.“It’s just more affordable, which has been the main barrier of the program. Other states have added the flower and have doubled and tripled the number of patients,” said Chris Tholkes with MDH. “The flower is the natural place where the plant produces its medicine. The easiest treatment plan is to take the natural or unprocessed flower and vaporize it or smoke it and there’s very rapid symptom control as medicine,” said Dr. Kyle Kingsley, the CEO of Vireo Health. Minnesota patients have to be certified by a licensed health care provider to purchase the product for treatment. It’s used to treat a number of different conditions from chronic pain to cancer. According to MDH, there are more than 30,000 active, approved patients in Minnesota using medical cannabis.
MAYOR DE BLASIO NEWSER ON CANNABIS LEGALIZATION REPORT.
New York, NY: On Thursday, Mayor de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray will hold a media availability to release the Mayor's Task Force on Cannabis Legalization Report.
MEAT LOAF IS ASKED WHAT RELIGION HE BELONGS TO. HE SAYS HE WAS BROUGHT UP IN THE CHURCH OF CHRIST, WHICH IS SIMILAR TO THE BAPTISTS BUT THEY DON'T HAVE ORGANS OR OTHER TYPE OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. EVERYONE SINGS A CAPPELLA. SAYS HE BELIEVES IN GOD BUT JUST TRIES TO BE THE BEST PERSON HE CAN BE. TOM EDMUNDS SAYS HIS RELIGION IS SENSIMILLA (HIGHLY CONCENTRATED CANNABIS), TOM DOWD SAYS HIS RELIGION IS SURVIVAL AND DO UNTO OTHERS AS OTHER DO UNTO YOU AND JUST REMEMBER WHEN YOU GO TO BED AT NIGHT THAT YOU WAKE UP TO FACE A BETTER WORLD THAN THE ONE YOU LEFT BEHIND YOU.
Footage of cannabis and anonymous shots of a person who rolls and smokes a marijuana joint.
Joints, plastic bag containing marijuana on a table (moving camera and static shot).
Ashtray containing marijuana cigarette butts.
Stock plan of a joint between the lips of a young woman lighting a joint.
Lit joint between fingers lifted to a mouth.
Hand rolling a joint.