Miroslav Tomoski

Miroslav Tomoski is a political reporter at Herb. He studied US politics at the University of Windsor and has been reporting as a freelancer since the 2016 election. His work has taken him across 30 states and – in the hopes of making it to all 50 – he is now looking for a good reason to go to Oklahoma.


As recreational legalization draws closer, experts and government officials alike are making it clear that the purpose of Canadian marijuana legalization is to restrict not liberate access to the plant.


According to the police department, who posted the story on their Twitter, the man was in a hurry to get home.


Say goodbye to approximately 5.8 million dollars worth of extremely potent weed.

Will MassRoots jump to blockchain allow the cannabis industry to operate more efficiently? Or is it just a desperate move to save a fragile company?

Massroots goes into blockchain

“We’ve got to get out of the war on drugs which is really a war on people,” said the bill’s sponsor Senator Cory Booker.


It may still be a while before we see a cannabis cafe on every corner.

They’re also vaping more—although they don’t seem to know what’s in their vapes.

Woman smoking Cannabis

Governments keep legislating. Meanwhile, indigenous leaders wonder where that leaves them.

First Nations communities are debating getting involved in weed

“They’re killing people and their motive? It’s all for financial gain,” said one DEA investigator about the drug company that struck a deal with federal agencies.

DEA opioid investigation

The undercover operation had been underway for a year.

The plan, which has already been successfully executed in Portugal, could set an important example for criminal justice reform around the world.

The pot-loving pals have both taken their fair share of bong-shaped trophies home from the “Stony Awards.” Yes, that’s a thing.

Pineapple Express James Franco and Seth Rogen trying to get a caterpillar high

Parents desperate for autism treatments refuse to wait for cannabis legalization.

Mother plays with daughter

In Japan, simply possessing cannabis can lead to a five-year prison sentence. For foreigners, it can mean deportation and a lifelong ban from the country.

Despite being significantly safer, cannabis advertising is under fire while beer advertisements saturate billboards and television screens.

Female activist talking to reporters about cannabis

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