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Employers Advised to Hold Off on Testing for Pot Use

Category: News | Posted on Thu, July, 27th 2017 by THCFinder

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A Maine official says employers shouldn’t test for marijuana because state law doesn’t allow workers to be fired for using it.

A committee tasked with establishing new regulations in the wake of the legalization of recreational marijuana heard testimony Monday from a labor department official who said the state’s current rules are an outlier.

The Portland Press Herald reports that Julie Rabinowitz said employers currently can’t fire an employee or reject an applicant for failing a drug test. She said employers need more leeway to maintain drug-free workplaces.

The committee said the issue would be best handled by the Legislature’s labor committee.

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What strain are you smoking on today?

Category: Fun | Posted on Wed, July, 26th 2017 by THCFinder


Jay Leno Test Drives a Cannabis Car

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Wed, July, 26th 2017 by THCFinder

On a recent episode of Jay Leno’s Garage, retired Dell executive Bruce Dietzen banged on the hood of a snazzy red convertible to demonstrate the strength and durability of his 2017 Renew, which is made out of 100 pounds of cannabis hemp.

Dietzen explained to Leno that hemp is 10 times stronger than steel but not psychoactive.

“It’s not made out of marijuana, it’s made out of cannabis hemp. You could smoke all the cannabis hemp you want, and you won’t get high,” Dietzen told Leno, as if he didn’t know.

Leno banged on the hemp hood for good measure, then they hopped in for a test drive.

“Maybe we’ll hit a couple of cars and see what happens.” Leno joked. “Then, we’ll really see how strong it is.”

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A Hollywood Hit - A Tribute to Marijuana in Film

Category: Videos | Posted on Wed, July, 26th 2017 by THCFinder


On Marijuana, Jeff Sessions is Facing a Tougher Opponent Than Trump: Ex-New York Jets Star Marvin Washington.

Category: News | Posted on Wed, July, 26th 2017 by THCFinder

The former NFL star, who measures 1.98 meters and weighs 285 lbs, is one of five plaintiffs in a federal lawsuit against Sessions, the Department of Justice and the Drug Enforcement Agency, the New York Post reported Monday.

The Manhattan lawsuit targets the 1970 Controlled Substances Act, which established federal drug policy and delineated narcotics into different schedules. Under the legislation, marijuana is considered a Schedule I controlled substance—along with other drugs such as heroin and ecstasy—and is subjected to the tightest restrictions. Schedule I substances are listed as those with a high potential for abuse and with no accepted medical use in the United States.

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