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.

miroslav@herb.co


After reporters lab tested Kronic Juice vapes, the company’s website was taken down.

Kronic Juice Vape Pens Found to Have Dangerous Synthetic Weed Product. Here, a man is shown exhaling smoke

More than 100 pounds of weed washed up in Florida and local police have no idea where it came from.

More than 100 pounds of weed washed up in Florida.

Synthetic marijuana deaths in prison are a growing problem across the country as people who are incarcerated look for ways to get high that can be detected by a drug test.

An inmate is escorted down the prison hallway. synthetic marijuana deaths in prison.

Is cooking lobsters high on weed more humane than killing them sober?

A Restaurant in Maine is Getting Lobsters High Before Killing Them. Here, a man is shown lifting up a lobster

The Mormon Church supports the immediate legalization of cannabis for medical purposes in Utah, but they’re not happy about the measure going before voters in November.

Elder Nelson speaks with Recife Mission President Rubens C. Lanius during a priesthood leadership meeting. The Mormon Church supports cannabis legalization in Utah, but not the bill that will go before voters in November.

South Africa legalizes cannabis following a court decision that banning it within homes violates citizens’ privacy rights.

Thousands of people take part in a march through the central city, calling for the South African government to legalize marijuana or cannabis (also called dagga locally) on May 7, 2016 in Cape Town. In this story, “South Africa legalizes cannabis,” we report on the decision of the country’s highest court to permit cannabis use in the home for personal use. (Photo by Rodger Bosch/AFP/Getty Images)

Herb’s guide to the new wave of cannabis consumption: dabbing.

Damian dabbing some cannabis concentrates

Want to take a 420 vacation, but live in a prohibition state? Here’s where to go for under $200 in travel costs.


With legal recreational cannabis on both of America’s great coasts, we can finally revive the great American debate of who is best: East or West?


According to data, millennials smoke weed far more than any other group in the U.S. Men are also more likely to light up, as are people on the West Coast (obviously).

A young woman smokes in Paris on April 29, 2017, during the 16th annual Marche Mondiale du Cannabis to call for the legalization of cannabis. A recent survey found millennials smoke weed way more than their parents. (Photo by Alain Jocard/AFP via Getty images)

China farms a massive amount of hemp and currently holds more than half of the globe’s cannabis patents.

A man smokes on the outskirts of Chongqing, southwest China, on June 1, 2017. (Photo by Fred Dufour/AFP via Getty Images)

Juárez, just next to El Paso, Texas, has become so dangerous people are afraid to cross the border to visit relatives.

Relatives of Jaime Irigoyen Flores, a 19-year-old baseball player and law student, break down after they find out their son was found dead. Flores was reportedly grabbed by the military from his home and found executed the next morning. (Photo by Richard Ellis)

Psychedelics act like social media for the brain, allowing for widespread communication.

A sheet of LSD tabs are shown. Research shows that psychedelics, like LSD, help regions of the brain communicate that might otherwise not.

It turns out too much weed isn’t always a good thing.

A worker inspects cannabis plants in a giant facility in Washington. The state is currently suffering from a problem that sounds better than it is: too much weed.

Police are frequently discovering illegal cannabis grows in London, especially in neighborhoods to the south, where organized crime and gang activity are prevalent.

Strathclyde Police officers in Scotland load drugs in bags believed to be cannabis after it was found at a commercial premise in Rutherglen after a drugs raid. The police in London recently announced that they discover illegal cannabis grows in the UK's capital every two days.

There is very little evidence that legalization increases crime, and what is available, proves the opposite.

DENVER, CO. - APRIL 20: Denver bicycle police with their bagged evidence as they write one of two tickets to a group of four young men for smoking marijuana in public during the 420 celebration at the Denver 420 Rally in Civic Center Park on April 20, 2014. The El Paso Country Sheriff’s department is now keeping a database in an attempt to show that marijuana legalization increases crime. (Photo By Joe Amon/The Denver Post via Getty Images)

Even if parents are treating their children with CBD according to state law, they risk losing custody for doing something federally illegal.

Maria Selva and her daughter Ali, during a trip to Disneyland in 2017. Maria is now suing after losing custody of her daughter for treating her seizures with CBD.

They were handing out free samples near Yale University, where a majority of the overdoses later occurred.

John Parker and Felix Melendez are two suspects arrested in the case of 114 synthetic cannabis overdoses in Connecticut. Here, a police car is shown blocking off the road in New Haven Connecticut in 2009

Gavin Newsom, the Democratic candidate for governor of California, has received nearly half a million dollars in donations.

Michael Correia, director of government relations for the National Cannabis Industry Association, does lobbying to build support for the cannabis industry's issues on Capitol Hill, in Washington DC. California's cannabis lobbyists have become a financial force in politics, backing pro-cannabis candidates with major political donations.

A decision by the United Nations could instigate a review of cannabis scheduling in the United States.

A mature cannabis plant begins to flower. The United Nations are considering, for the first time ever, to change its cannabis ban.

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