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Weed Nuns' using hemp to heal and empower

Members turn the hemp into cannabis-based balms and ointments, which they say have the power to improve health and
More than two dozen U.S. states have legalized some form of marijuana for medical or recreational use, but the drug remains illegal at the federal level. California legalized recreational use of marijuana in November 2016.
"A sister becomes a sister through a commercial relationship and earning a wage or a commission and we want to grow this way because we want to free the women, we don't want to make them more dependent," said Kate, whose real name is Christine Meeusen.
She said the group had roughly $750,000 in sales last year, the most since it started selling products in January 2015.
President Donald Trump's administration and his Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a longtime critic of marijuana legalization, have worried some in the country's nascent legalized marijuana industry.

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Oldmaninthewoods - April 22, 2017

Ahhhhh, yes. Sister Cheech and Sister Chong are on a mission of healing and their concerted efforts to cure the ills of humanity should in no way be hampered by a tyrannical government agency. Press on good sisters of mercy, press on and may the spirit of goodness always be with you.

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