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Category: Concentrates | Posted on Thu, June, 18th 2015 by THCFinder


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Oregon starts campaign to teach what's legal with marijuana

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Thu, June, 18th 2015 by THCFinder

As Oregonians prepare to enter the new world of legal marijuana, the state wants folks to know a few things.

With the slogan, "Educate Before You Recreate," The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has launched a public education campaign to put across the message that although it will be legal for anyone over the age of 21 to possess and use marijuana starting July 1, it is not yet legal for anyone but medical marijuana patients to buy it - including bringing it back from across the border in Washington state, where recreational marijuana is already legal.

The $350,000 campaign includes paid ads, an official website (www.whatslegaloregon.com ) with a PowerPoint presentation, and posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

WHAT'S LEGAL?

Under Measure 91, starting July 1, anyone over 21 in Oregon can possess up to 8 ounces of usable marijuana, such as dried buds at home and up to one ounce outside the home. You can consume marijuana at home or on private property. You can grow up to four plants per residence at home out of public view. You can make brownies and other edible products at home and receive them as gifts. And you can give away marijuana and receive it as a gift.

Read More:http://www.komonews.com/news/local/Oregon-starts-campaign-to-teach-whats-legal-with-marijuana-308054721.html


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Get Well Soon Tommy Chong!

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, June, 18th 2015 by THCFinder

tommy chong hazel park jointI was actually a Tommy Chong fan before I was a marijuana fan. I don’t know how many people out there can say that. My first memory of Tommy Chong was when my uncle would listen to Cheech and Chong’s Wedding Album. About as far back as I could remember I have memories of hanging out at my uncle’s house and hearing that album. Admittedly, it’s not the most appropriate thing to play for a little kid, but I understood at an early age that some of the stuff was inappropriate, but that it’s for adults, not kids (and I turned out alright!). From there I watched every Cheech and Chong movie ever made growing up, and even though I didn’t really know all the way what marijuana was or was about, I found Tommy Chong’s humor hilarious.

When I got older and started consuming cannabis, Tommy Chong’s status was raised to an even higher level of admiration. Tommy Chong is a very talented entertainer, not only in his movies, but on stage as a musician, and in interviews. Tommy has long been one of my heroes, and I have always dreamed of the day that I could shake his hand, and possibly get him to sign my Chong Bong. I was extremely saddened to learn today that Tommy Chong has been diagnosed with rectal cancer. Per US Magazine:

“I’ve had some medical issues lately,” Chong told Us at the 826LA 10th anniversary party in Santa Monica, Calif. “I got diagnosed with rectal cancer.”

The That ’70s Show alum was previously diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2012. A vocal advocate for the decriminalization of marijuana, Chong turned to the drug for relief in his first round of cancer and told Us he is doing the same now.

“I’m using cannabis like crazy now, more so than ever before,” the famed comic said. “I’m in treatment now. I’ve been — just the case either way, either I get healed or I don’t. But either way, I’m going to make sure I get a little edge off or put up.”

Read More:http://www.theweedblog.com/get-well-soon-tommy-chong/


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Experts Concerned About Unregulated Pot Pesticides

Category: News | Posted on Thu, June, 18th 2015 by THCFinder

According to a new report from NPR, concern is growing over the use of unregulated pesticides by commercial cannabis growers. 

"It's the federal government that tells farmers which pesticides are safe to use," NPR reported. "And so far, the feds wants nothing to do with legalized marijuana. Colorado State University entomologist Whitney Cranshaw says that's left growers to experiment with little oversight."

And with some growrooms worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, most growers are choosing to protect their crop (and cash) from bugs over worrying about the potential effects of the chemicals in pesticides and mildew treatments.

"In the absence of any direction the subject of pesticide use on the crop has just devolved to just whatever people think is working or they think is appropriate," Cranshaw told NPR. 

Read More:http://www.hightimes.com/read/experts-concerned-about-unregulated-pot-pesticides


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