DC Not Buying Kush Gods' Donations for Marijuana

On Dec. 22, 2015, Washington, D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department detained Nicholas Cunningham and Evonne Lidoff for misdemeanor distribution of marijuana, through Kush Gods, Cunningham’s business that exchanges cannabis for contributions.

When the District’s voters passed Initiative 71, restricted property and cultivation of cannabis ended up being legal. And while the retail sale of marijuana had not been legalized, the law made it possible for individuals to transfer up to one ounce of cannabis to another individual.

The word “transfer” has actually opened a “grow and give” system in D.C., which is the system within which Kush Gods is trying to operate.

Donation or Transaction?

Kush Gods has a fleet of high-end of cars plastered with contact info and images of marijuana. The automobiles take a trip through the District’s busiest neighborhoods, including Chinatown, Adams Morgan and U Street, trading marijuana-related products for contributions.

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