Tobias Coughlin-Bogue

Tobias is a culture reporter at Herb. His work has also appeared in The Stranger, Leafly News, Vice, Broadly, and—most importantly—Thrasher.

tobias.coughlinbogue@herb.co


Anyone who pays a minor fee can get access to UK cannabis clubs where people light up bud from their home grows.

UK police officers contain a demonstration. Police Officers have not been cracking down on UK cannabis clubs because they have other priorities


Synthetic marijuana overdoses are becoming more common across the country.

76 Synthetic Marijuana Overdoses Reported on One Day in a Connecticut Park. Here, a man is shown being assisted by paramedics


If your company is not visible on social media, do you even exist?

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg heads for a meeting with the French President. Facebook is accused of shadow banning cannabis companies, essentially impacting their business by making them impossible to find on the social media site.

Colorado becomes the latest state to crack down on illegal grows hiding among legal farms.

Denver police recently raided illegal grows in Canada. Here, The US Marshals Service, Omaha Police Department and numerous other state and local agencies are shown in an operation to crack down on gang members

The issue with edibles remains the unpredictable onset times. Did that just change?


The 810-acre property in New Jersey includes a white sand beach.

Two physicians in New Jersey want to open what they're calling the disneyland of marijuana. Here, a woman is shown smoking a joint and smiling

Province Brands says they’ve figured out how to make a weed beer that hits—and fades—fast.

Province Brands has created a weed beer that is said to hit and fade fast. Here, a beer on tap is shown.

Tracing the origins of cannabis just got personal.

A worker tends to cannabis plants growing in Los Angeles. Plants like these might soon be sprayed with DNA tracking so their origin can be traced.

After banning cannabis sales, data reveals there have been five times as many arrests for distribution in 2017. What’s the real issue here?

US Secret Service make a cannabis arrest during a rally in Washington. Cannabis arrests were up to 926 in 2017, from 676 in 2016.

A deputy arrested the 80-year-old because her Michigan medical license had expired.


The ‘Deadpool’ star is set to inject the Christmas classic ‘Home Alone’ with some stoner vibes.


Rhode Island lawmakers don’t want patients from other states resorting to the black market.

Dominique Loumachi, suffering from Dermatomyositis (Myopathy), smokes a cigarette that looks like a cannabis cigarette in order not to be charged for promoting consumption of narcotic substances while posing on February 28, 2013 in Belfort, Eastern France. Rhode Island dispensaries recently announced that they would recognize out-of-state medical marijuana licenses.

In the absence of data, Americans are left to explore cannabis through trial and error.

Cuttings from mother cannabis plants germinate in a grow room at the Tweed Inc. facility in Smith Falls, Ontario, Canada, on Nov. 11, 2015.

According to ebbu, the future isn’t flower. It’s formulations of cannabinoids and terpenes which produce the same effect—every time.

ebbu is creating formulations of cannabinoids that change the way we see cannabis

Growers can make a lot more money if they sell their pot across state lines.

Employees at Tweed, a legal licensed producer in Ontario, ready cannabis for sale. In legal states like Washington, there's stiff competition among growers. This has caused some of them to divert their legal cannabis across state lines

The report comes amidst heavy criticism that the NYPD is biased.

NYPD officers monitor a march against stop-and-frisk tactics used by police on February 23, 2013 in New York City. The march, which consisted of a few hundred people, started in the Bronx borough of New York and marched into the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

Entrepreneurs in Vermont are getting crafty with technicalities.

Entrepreneurs in Vermont are getting crafty with technicalities surrounding the gifting of cannabis.

Porn is getting in on the action.


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