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No, legal weed is not ‘dumbing down’ the nation’s teens

Category: News | Posted on Sun, May, 29th 2016 by THCFinder

The marijuana policy landscape changed rapidly between 2002 and 2013. During that time, 13 states passed medical-marijuana laws, 10 states relaxed penalties for marijuana use, and Colorado and Washington became the first states to fully legalize recreational pot use.

Opponents of marijuana liberalization warned that these changes would bring devastating consequences, particularly for kids: "But what about the children?" was the common refrain. The president of National Families in Action, an anti-drug group, warned that commercial marijuana would "literally dumb down the precious minds of generations of children." Psychiatrist Christian Thurstone, an outspoken opponent of Colorado's marijuana legalization,argued in 2010 that "the state's relaxed laws have made the drug widely available — and irresistible — to too many adolescents."

Read More:https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2016/05/29/no-legal-weed-is-not-dumbing-down-the-nations-teens/


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Meet the Parents - The Circle of Trust

Category: Videos | Posted on Sun, May, 29th 2016 by THCFinder


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Toronto Police Department’s Official Statement About ‘Project Claudia’

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sun, May, 29th 2016 by THCFinder
project claudia toronto medical marijuana raids

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Last week the Toronto Police Department raided dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries as part of ‘Project Claudia.’ The raids were a huge waste of money. I saw one activist post that it cost as much as 2.5 million dollars to carry out the raids. This of course coming at a time when support for medical marijuana in Canada is overwhelming, and the country is in discussions to legalize cannabis for adults for all uses. Below is the official press release from the Toronto Police Department which lists the exact locations raided. You can find out how to contact the Toronto Police Department at this link here to tell them how you feel about it:

On Thursday, May 26, 2016, at noon, the Toronto Police Service executed 43 search warrants throughout the city of Toronto under the name “Project Claudia.”

Members of the Toronto Police Service Drug Squad conducted an investigation into a number of locations known as “storefront cannabis distributors.”

It is alleged that:

– the investigation revealed cannabis marijuana, cannabis resin, cannabis oil and various “substance edibles” were being advertised and sold(image via Facebook)

Read More:http://www.theweedblog.com/toronto-police-departments-official-statement-about-project-claudia/

 

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Last week the Toronto Police Department raided dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries as part of ‘Project Claudia.’ The raids were a huge waste of money. I saw one activist post that it cost as much as 2.5 million dollars to carry out the raids. This of course coming at a time when support for medical marijuana in Canada is overwhelming, and the country is in discussions to legalize cannabis for adults for all uses. Below is the official press release from the Toronto Police Department which lists the exact locations raided. You can find out how to contact the Toronto Police Department at this link here to tell them how you feel about it:

On Thursday, May 26, 2016, at noon, the Toronto Police Service executed 43 search warrants throughout the city of Toronto under the name “Project Claudia.”

Members of the Toronto Police Service Drug Squad conducted an investigation into a number of locations known as “storefront cannabis distributors.”

It is alleged that:

– the investigation revealed cannabis marijuana, cannabis resin, cannabis oil and various “substance edibles” were being advertised and sold

(image via Facebook)

Last week the Toronto Police Department raided dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries as part of ‘Project Claudia.’ The raids were a huge waste of money. I saw one activist post that it cost as much as 2.5 million dollars to carry out the raids. This of course coming at a time when support for medical marijuana in Canada is overwhelming, and the country is in discussions to legalize cannabis for adults for all uses. Below is the official press release from the Toronto Police Department which lists the exact locations raided. You can find out how to contact the Toronto Police Department at this link here to tell them how you feel about it:

On Thursday, May 26, 2016, at noon, the Toronto Police Service executed 43 search warrants throughout the city of Toronto under the name “Project Claudia.”

Members of the Toronto Police Service Drug Squad conducted an investigation into a number of locations known as “storefront cannabis distributors.”

It is alleged that:

– the investigation revealed cannabis marijuana, cannabis resin, cannabis oil and various “substance edibles” were being advertised and sold

(image via Facebook)

Last week the Toronto Police Department raided dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries as part of ‘Project Claudia.’ The raids were a huge waste of money. I saw one activist post that it cost as much as 2.5 million dollars to carry out the raids. This of course coming at a time when support for medical marijuana in Canada is overwhelming, and the country is in discussions to legalize cannabis for adults for all uses. Below is the official press release from the Toronto Police Department which lists the exact locations raided. You can find out how to contact the Toronto Police Department at this link here to tell them how you feel about it:

On Thursday, May 26, 2016, at noon, the Toronto Police Service executed 43 search warrants throughout the city of Toronto under the name “Project Claudia.”

Members of the Toronto Police Service Drug Squad conducted an investigation into a number of locations known as “storefront cannabis distributors.”

It is alleged that:

– the investigation revealed cannabis marijuana, cannabis resin, cannabis oil and various “substance edibles” were being advertised and sold

(image via Facebook)

Last week the Toronto Police Department raided dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries as part of ‘Project Claudia.’ The raids were a huge waste of money. I saw one activist post that it cost as much as 2.5 million dollars to carry out the raids. This of course coming at a time when support for medical marijuana in Canada is overwhelming, and the country is in discussions to legalize cannabis for adults for all uses. Below is the official press release from the Toronto Police Department which lists the exact locations raided. You can find out how to contact the Toronto Police Department at this link here to tell them how you feel about it:

On Thursday, May 26, 2016, at noon, the Toronto Police Service executed 43 search warrants throughout the city of Toronto under the name “Project Claudia.”

Members of the Toronto Police Service Drug Squad conducted an investigation into a number of locations known as “storefront cannabis distributors.”

It is alleged that:

– the investigation revealed cannabis marijuana, cannabis resin, cannabis oil and various “substance edibles” were being advertised and sold

(image via Facebook)

Last week the Toronto Police Department raided dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries as part of ‘Project Claudia.’ The raids were a huge waste of money. I saw one activist post that it cost as much as 2.5 million dollars to carry out the raids. This of course coming at a time when support for medical marijuana in Canada is overwhelming, and the country is in discussions to legalize cannabis for adults for all uses. Below is the official press release from the Toronto Police Department which lists the exact locations raided. You can find out how to contact the Toronto Police Department at this link here to tell them how you feel about it:

On Thursday, May 26, 2016, at noon, the Toronto Police Service executed 43 search warrants throughout the city of Toronto under the name “Project Claudia.”

Members of the Toronto Police Service Drug Squad conducted an investigation into a number of locations known as “storefront cannabis distributors.”

It is alleged that:

– the investigation revealed cannabis marijuana, cannabis resin, cannabis oil and various “substance edibles” were being advertised and sold

(image via Facebook)

Last week the Toronto Police Department raided dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries as part of ‘Project Claudia.’ The raids were a huge waste of money. I saw one activist post that it cost as much as 2.5 million dollars to carry out the raids. This of course coming at a time when support for medical marijuana in Canada is overwhelming, and the country is in discussions to legalize cannabis for adults for all uses. Below is the official press release from the Toronto Police Department which lists the exact locations raided. You can find out how to contact the Toronto Police Department at this link here to tell them how you feel about it:

On Thursday, May 26, 2016, at noon, the Toronto Police Service executed 43 search warrants throughout the city of Toronto under the name “Project Claudia.”

Members of the Toronto Police Service Drug Squad conducted an investigation into a number of locations known as “storefront cannabis distributors.”

It is alleged that:

– the investigation revealed cannabis marijuana, cannabis resin, cannabis oil and various “substance edibles” were being advertised and sold

(image via Facebook)

Last week the Toronto Police Department raided dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries as part of ‘Project Claudia.’ The raids were a huge waste of money. I saw one activist post that it cost as much as 2.5 million dollars to carry out the raids. This of course coming at a time when support for medical marijuana in Canada is overwhelming, and the country is in discussions to legalize cannabis for adults for all uses. Below is the official press release from the Toronto Police Department which lists the exact locations raided. You can find out how to contact the Toronto Police Department at this link here to tell them how you feel about it:

On Thursday, May 26, 2016, at noon, the Toronto Police Service executed 43 search warrants throughout the city of Toronto under the name “Project Claudia.”

Members of the Toronto Police Service Drug Squad conducted an investigation into a number of locations known as “storefront cannabis distributors.”

It is alleged that:

– the investigation revealed cannabis marijuana, cannabis resin, cannabis oil and various “substance edibles” were being advertised and sold

(image via Facebook)

Last week the Toronto Police Department raided dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries as part of ‘Project Claudia.’ The raids were a huge waste of money. I saw one activist post that it cost as much as 2.5 million dollars to carry out the raids. This of course coming at a time when support for medical marijuana in Canada is overwhelming, and the country is in discussions to legalize cannabis for adults for all uses. Below is the official press release from the Toronto Police Department which lists the exact locations raided. You can find out how to contact the Toronto Police Department at this link here to tell them how you feel about it:

On Thursday, May 26, 2016, at noon, the Toronto Police Service executed 43 search warrants throughout the city of Toronto under the name “Project Claudia.”

Members of the Toronto Police Service Drug Squad conducted an investigation into a number of locations known as “storefront cannabis distributors.”

It is alleged that:

– the investigation revealed cannabis marijuana, cannabis resin, cannabis oil and various “substance edibles” were being advertised and sold

(image via Facebook)

Last week the Toronto Police Department raided dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries as part of ‘Project Claudia.’ The raids were a huge waste of money. I saw one activist post that it cost as much as 2.5 million dollars to carry out the raids. This of course coming at a time when support for medical marijuana in Canada is overwhelming, and the country is in discussions to legalize cannabis for adults for all uses. Below is the official press release from the Toronto Police Department which lists the exact locations raided. You can find out how to contact the Toronto Police Department at this link here to tell them how you feel about it:

On Thursday, May 26, 2016, at noon, the Toronto Police Service executed 43 search warrants throughout the city of Toronto under the name “Project Claudia.”

Members of the Toronto Police Service Drug Squad conducted an investigation into a number of locations known as “storefront cannabis distributors.”

It is alleged that:

– the investigation revealed cannabis marijuana, cannabis resin, cannabis oil and various “substance edibles” were being advertised and sold


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FDA Approves Candy-Flavored Amphetamines for Kids

Category: News | Posted on Sun, May, 29th 2016 by THCFinder

While some lawmakers in legal marijuana states are pushing to outlaw cannabis edibles that resemble sugary treats in an effort to protect the well being of the children, the federal government has just approved a candy-flavored amphetamine-based medication that will be marketed to kids with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) later this year. [link: http://www.drugs.com/pro/adzenys-xr-odt.html]

A recent report from the folks at STAT News indicates that a new version of speed hit the pharmaceutical market last week called Adzenys, a chewable, fruit-flavored drug designed with the same active ingredient as other popular ADHD medications, such as Adderall. The drug, which is essentially extended release gummy meth, was approved earlier this year by the Food and Drug Administration for patients as young as 6-years-old. [link: https://www.statnews.com/2016/05/23/adhd-drug-concerns/]

Read More:http://www.hightimes.com/read/fda-approves-candy-flavored-amphetamines-kids


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