Harborside Co-Founder Steve DeAngelo Won't Stop Until 'Every Single Cannabis Prisoner in the World' Is Released!

"So the idea, very simple, we want to get every single cannabis prisoner in the world out," DeAngelo told Cheddar. Read more about my interview with Cheddar below and all about The Last Prisoner Project.

https://cheddar.com/media/harborside-steve-deangelo-cannabis-last-prisoner-project.amp?__twitter_impression=true

Bay Area Cannabis Company Goes Public

More great coverage on the news about the listing!
Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead introduced me to Harborside CEO, @ajberman1 and we bonded hippie style at a Dead and Co. show. Very proud to see him grow into such an effective spokesperson for @harborside_stores and for cannabis reform.

To watch the full video, go to 👉🏽 https://www.nbcbayarea.com/…/Cannabis-Company-Goes-Public_B…

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Harborside is officially trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange!

We are pleased to announce that Harborside is officially trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol hashtag#HBOR!

As one of the oldest, largest and most respected cannabis retailers in the world, Harborside has played an instrumental role in making cannabis safe and accessible to a broad and diverse community of California consumers. Now, after taking this monumental step, we look forward to growing and continuing to lead this industry into the future.

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Featured in Green Entrepreneur June 11th 2019!

We are pleased to announce that Harborside is officially trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol hashtag#HBOR!

Yesterday, I was featured in Green Entrepreneur and I chatted with Peter all about going public, my thoughts on how we move forward and much more. I would love to hear your thoughts. Please tag me on social media so i can see it. The article is below.

https://www.greenentrepreneur.com/article/334971

Steve DeAngelo Marches in Medellín, Bogota

Steve DeAngelo Marches in Medellín, Bogota

Steve DeAngelo, considered the father of cannabis, accompanied the crowd that gathered this weekend and defended the consumption of the herb in Bogotá.

The activist arrived first in Bogotá, where he participated in the 'Cannaciencia' symposium.

The event brought together scientists, academics, pharmacists and people who support the legalization of marijuana.

After chatting and publicizing his position on the issue, he traveled to the capital of Antioquia to accompany thousands of people who gathered outside the Pablo Tobón Uribe Theater on Saturday.

Steve Deangelo in Rolling Stone Magazine: Does 4/20 Still Matter?

Steve Deangelo in Rolling Stone Magazine: Does 4/20 Still Matter?

Happy 420! While your enjoying your celebrations take a few minutes to read this 2017 Rolling Stone article featuring Steve educating readers with some cannabis history. Enjoy the read and love the day. Peace!