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U.S.: The Travel Joint Wants To Fund Marijuana Refugees


Cannabis travel-booking source looks to help relocate patients to states with legal medical marijuana

The Travel Joint, a cannabis travel-booking source and leisure site, is on a mission to assist those who can be helped by medical cannabis but aren’t receiving the medicine they need because of outdated laws in their home state. Under “The Cannabis Refugee Program,” The Travel Joint is now accepting applications from families that need financial assistance to relocate.

“Uprooting a family and moving to a new state is never an easy task, which is why we want to help cannabis refugees as much as we can,” said The Travel Joint CEO Brannon Zimbelman. “Families should never have to choose between the health of their children and a job in a state where access to medical cannabis is prohibited.

"We look forward to the day that programs like ours are no longer needed because cannabis will be legalized on a nationwide scale,” Zimbelman said.

Utilizing social media, The Travel Joint will announce one family a month that were chosen based on a list of criteria ranging from severity of illness to financial need. The Travel Joint hopes to have surplus of aid coming in from outside businesses so that it can support each family for a 3-month period and make the transition as smooth as possible.

"Our goals are to find them comparable if not better jobs, resources and communities," Zimbelman said.

Colorado: Medical Cannabis Network Takes '420 Friendly' To New Places


The term “420 Friendly” has evolved from a buzzword used by people in the know, namely marijuana enthusiasts, sort of like a weed speakeasy term. But since the paradigm has shifted in a tectonic way, the term has grown in cultural relevance and consent.

It can show up anywhere from Craigslist roommate ads to wedding invitations, letting the reader know that the use of marijuana is implied and more to the point, acceptable.

The Medical Cannabis Network, parent company of and, is throwing its proverbial hat in the burgeoning ring of marijuana tourism by relaunching as an aggregator of all things related to tourism in the brave new world of cannabis travel. began as a website for apparel, but after seeing the potential in a site that could truly be representative of the cannabis tourism industry and be an ancillary way to enter and support the nation’s exponential recreational market, MCN’s officers made the change. MCN bounded over a legal hurdle, but were able to get a final approval on the trademark for 420Friendly in time for the launch, scheduled for Friday, May 2.

420Friendly is designed to let people navigate the nascent yet booming world of marijuana tourism by connecting potential adventure seekers with businesses that welcome tourists and travelers looking to use marijuana recreationally. The newly redesigned site can book hotels, car rentals and other travel accommodations.

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