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Sour OG Nugs

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, March, 27th 2014 by THCFinder

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Sour OG - Hybrid

Sour OG is a cross of Sour Diesel and OG Kush. A very nice weed to smoke, not overly powerful but provides a relaxing yet energetic high. Great for chilling with friends and laughing.


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Long shot: California may yet vote on marijuana legalization in 2014

Category: Legalization | Posted on Thu, March, 27th 2014 by THCFinder
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A California initiative that has failed once this year to collect enough signatures to put recreational marijuana on the ballot in November has been resurrected … but its future looks grim.
 
On Monday, California’s Secretary of State approved language for the “Marijuana Legalization. Initiative Statute”:
 
Legalizes under state law marijuana and hemp use, possession, cultivation, transportation, or distribution. Requires case-by-case review for persons currently charged with or convicted of nonviolent marijuana offenses, for possible sentence modification, amnesty, or immediate release from prison, jail, parole, or probation. Requires case-by-case review of applications to erase records of these charges or convictions. Requires Legislature to adopt laws to license and tax commercial marijuana sales. Allows doctors to approve or recommend marijuana for patients, regardless of age. Limits testing for marijuana for employment or insurance purposes. Bars state/local aid to enforce federal marijuana laws.
 
The sponsor of the initiative’s earlier incarnation, Berton Duzy, tried and fail in February to turn in enough signatures. On the California Cannabis Hemp Initiative website, he stated:
 
CCHI did not qualify for the ballot, but is entering a pledge drive phase to attempt to qualify for 2014. CCHI is the legalization vision of Jack Herer and allows more freedom for Cannabis patients, users, and providers than any other proposed law.
 
Taking a cold look at the prospects for this revised version or any of the competing version of legalization initiatives to hit the ballot this year is the LA Weekly:
 
CCHI has nowhere near the $3 million in cash it takes to get professional signature gatherers on the streets. Duzy said the group has less than $100,000 on-hand.
 
“We’ll have to have a million dollars to get it done by paid professionals by April 18, the last day to qualify, the last day to turn in signatures to make it to 2014,” he told us. “If we didn’t raise the money, then we could still try to qualify for 2016.”
 
The last proposed initiative apparently standing, the Marijuana Control, Legalization & Revenue Act, is also looking at April 18, with basically none of that $3 million or so it would take to make the ballot.
 
Backer Dave Hodges told us, “We’re still looking for a miracle.”
 

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Holy Grail OG (Indica)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, March, 26th 2014 by THCFinder

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Holy Grail OG - Indica

The breeder of Holy Grail OG used The OG #18 (3-time cannabis cup winner) and Kosher Kush (2-time cannabis cup winner) to create a strain that definitely lives up to its name. HGK is the holy grail of indicadominant varieties. It has a deep and complex flavor of coffee, Kush, hash and lemon/lime with a similar aroma. These buds are very large, dense and have a slight bluish hue to them.


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Oregon medical marijuana shops opening this week with state approval

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Wed, March, 26th 2014 by THCFinder
oregon-mmj-shopsMedical marijuana shops in Oregon are opening their doors with state approval for the first time this week, but at least one may not be in business very long.
 
The Releaf Center, a dispensary located just outside Hermiston city limits, opened its doors Tuesday for the first time since Feb. 28. Owner Jim Ruhe said he shut the store down when the state's dispensary law went into effect March 1, and waited for the state to approve his facility registration. The shop, and many like it around the state, had previously existed in a sort of legal gray area, neither explicitly authorized nor banned under state law.
 
Releaf's state certificate came in the mail Monday afternoon, he said, and now hangs on the shop's wall.
 
But the store could be shuttered again soon, this time for more than a year, if the Umatilla County Commission enacts a moratorium on dispensaries when it meets next week.
 
"How do I look my patients in the eye and say, 'There's nothing I can do for you,'" Ruhe said. "It's a terrible feeling."
 
George Murdock, vice chairman of the Umatilla County board of commissioners, said the commission will consider the issue at its April 2 meeting, but "whatever way we go, it's going to be painful."
 
Murdock said it's the commissioners' job to uphold the law, but a conflict between the federal prohibition on marijuana and the state's law allowing registered facilities to sell the drug creates a "huge conundrum" for them. He said he didn't think the issue should be decided at the county level, but state law leaves it up to them.
 

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Sniper style Glass Bong

Category: Glass | Posted on Wed, March, 26th 2014 by THCFinder

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Hawaii Lawmakers Give Unanimous Approval To Studying Hemp

Category: News | Posted on Wed, March, 26th 2014 by THCFinder
hawaii-lawmakers-look-into-hemp-studiesHawaii’s House Committee on Agriculture, and the state’s House Judiciary Committee, have both voted unanimously in favor of Senate Bill 2175, a proposal to establish a two-year research program to study the effectiveness of using hemp for remediation and biofuel. The measure has already passed the Senate unanimously.
 
If approved into law, Senate Bill 2175 would “authorize the dean of the college of tropical agriculture and human resources at the University of Hawaii to establish a two-year industrial hemp remediation and biofuel research program.” The dean would be permitted to “submit a final report to the legislature prior to the convening of the regular session of 2016.”
 
Remediation (also referred to as phytoremediation) is the environmentally-friendly science of using plants to remove toxins (such as metals, pesticides and crude oils) from the soil.
 
The proposal now heads to the full House, which is expected to give it approval soon. It will then go to the governor.
 

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