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Founded in January of 2010, The Weed Blog was created for one purpose; to facilitate a constructive conversation about marijuana in America. This includes both medical and non-medical marijuana policy, as well as the marijuana industry and culture. The Weed Blog (TWB) is 100% independently owned and operated by three friends in Oregon. TWB has no obligations to any company, corporation, or political campaign whatsoever. The only obligation we have is to the greater movement, and we will do whatever we can within the scope of our skill sets to do exactly that!

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