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VICE correspondent Krishna Andavolu chronicles the science, culture, and economics of the emerging "green" economy. Each episode of Weediquette explores the impact of marijuana legalization across the United States and internationally, examining how people on all sides of this issue are reacting to the growing popularity and acceptance of this remarkable plant.
The next big thing in medical marijuana might be cancer therapy. But with little hard evidence, families whose children have life-threatening cancer are taking matters into their own hands, and getting their kids super stoned—to save their lives.
Why veterans with PTSD often choose not to use medical marijuana: although it's legal in many states, it is not legal at the federal level. As a result, marijuana use may violate the terms of the disability agreement, which rely on for income and care.
Bernard Noble is serving 13 and a third years in prison for having two joints in his pocket. Krishna Andavolu traces Noble's story from his arrest to his incarceration with members of his family, community leaders, police forces, and Noble himself.
Krishna meets growers in CA whose farms are threatened by corporate interests.
Krishna travels to Congo to meet the mbuti pygmies, female dealers, and farmers in rebel territories who all smoke and sell weed as a way of eking out a living.
Can the booming business of marijuana become the first gender-equal industry? Krishna meets women working across the pot trade.
Krishna heads to DC and Amsterdam to see if partial pot legalization can work.
Krishna Andavolu(Krishna Andavolu)
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