Can Weed Save The Arts In California?

355089208_b61962002bBy Gilbert Mercier, NEWS JUNKIE POST

Activist Dann Halem seems to think so. He is building an online business selling marijuana via Twitter. He is based in California, where medical marijuana is legal. He also has a non-profit organization called The Artists Collective.

Artists Collective is a medical marijuana delivery service located in Hollywood, and delivering to patients free of charge. Halem business is legal in California but not for the Federal government. However, since President Obama’s election the raids have considerably decreased on medical marijuana pharmacies.

Artists Collective is a different kind of medical marijuana service. What we aspire to create is a marijuana non-profit venture where a considerable percentage of our proceeds go towards creating opportunities in the form of grants for artists, writers, performers & musicians. We believe that medical marijuana has the monetary muscle to do great social good.” Says Halem.

Dann Halem just  introduced  his business and its goals on his own website.


One Response to Can Weed Save The Arts In California?

  1. Vote -1 Vote +1AB390
    July 5, 2009 at 12:04 pm

    Marijuana should be legal not only for medical patients but for adults who prefer it as a healthier substitute for alcohol.

    If you want marijuana to be legalized, taxed, and regulated for adults, YOU can make it happen. Tell your legislators to support California Assembly Bill 390. It’s easy. Visit

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