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Blunt pipe super hit?

Category: Fun | Posted on Mon, September, 5th 2011 by THCFinder

I'm sure your day would be epic after finishing this pipe with bonus blunt attached.

 


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Governor signs bill permitting cities to ban marijuana dispensaries

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Mon, September, 5th 2011 by THCFinder

This is possibly one of the worst bills the governor could of signed. Letting cities decide if patients can get their medication or not is absolutely absurd. Last time I checked, cities weren't out banning any locations that people could pick up their "normal" medications and those are killing people every day. When was the last time you heard of marijuana killing someone? You haven't? Thats right becuase it's never happened!!!!!

Governor Brown signed legislation yesterday that amended California’s medical marijuana law to confirm that municipalities in the state retain broad power to regulate or ban marijuana dispensaries within their borders. The new law, AB 1300, amends the state’s Medical Marijuana Program (Health & Safety Code sections 11362.7-11362.83) and marks an important clarification for local governments embroiled in legal battles throughout the state over their rights to ban such dispensaries.    
 
The Medical Marijuana Program (MMP) exempts certain qualified patients and their caregivers from criminal prosecution for the possession, cultivation, transportation, processing, or use of limited amounts of marijuana. The final section of the MMP (Health & Safety Code section 11362.83) provided that a city or other local governing body could adopt and enforce laws that were “consistent with” the program. Marijuana dispensaries have contended that a local government’s outright ban of dispensaries is inconsistent with, and thus prohibited by the MMP.
 
AB 1300 now clarifies that the MMP in no way limits a local government’s power to adopt and enforce its own laws that regulate or ban marijuana dispensaries. The amended section 11362.83 now provides: “Nothing in [the Medical Marijuana Program] shall prevent a city or other local governing body from adopting and enforcing any of the following: (a) Adopting local ordinances that regulate the location, operation, or establishment of a medical marijuana cooperative or collective. (b) The civil and criminal enforcement of local ordinances described in subdivision (a). (c) Enacting other laws consistent with this article.”
 

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DC health department to name potential medical marijuana providers; Montel Williams in pool

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Mon, September, 5th 2011 by THCFinder
Montel Williams is one step closer today to opening his medical marijuana dispensary for patients who have ailments like his own.
 
WASHINGTON — The D.C. Department of Health will soon name more than 50 contenders who are approved to apply for a license to grow or sell medical marijuana in Washington.
 
The group includes former TV talk show host Montel Williams, along with a competitive bass fisherman, a Chinatown businessman and others.
 
The Washington Post reports (http://wapo.st/mPO1QM ) the health department will name the approved contenders this week. They will be able to apply for one of 15 licenses. The district plans to announce the winners early next year.
 
Williams says he hopes to change perceptions about medical marijuana in Congress. But opening his clinic would come with a risk.
 
Applicants must recite a statement saying they understand a city license doesn’t authorize them to break federal law, which still makes medical marijuana illegal.
 
 

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What's your ailment?

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, September, 5th 2011 by THCFinder

I use weed for.....

 


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Feds want to ban medical pot references at trial

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Mon, September, 5th 2011 by THCFinder
Another awful case where the state laws are just being thrown out like they never existed in the first place. What ever happened to letting states govern theirselves? 
 
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Federal prosecutors pursuing drug charges against Montana medical marijuana operators want to keep jurors from hearing any evidence at trial about the state's medical pot law or whether the operators were complying with it.
 
U.S. Department of Justice attorneys have made motions in at least two cases stemming from federal raids on dozens of pot operations this spring, asking those judges to forbid any testimony or evidence at trial about medical marijuana or related issues involving state and federal laws.
 
"Montana's medical marijuana laws have no relevance to the present prosecution, which consists of various charges the defendants violated federal law in relation to a marijuana manufacture and distribution scheme," Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph Thaggard wrote in an August court filing.
 
The question will go unanswered in one case, after Ryan Blindheim and Evan Corum of the Black Pearl dispensary in Olney recently pleaded guilty — Blindheim to a charge of conspiracy to manufacture marijuana and both to money laundering charges.
 
But attorneys for a Miles City family of medical marijuana operators plan to fight the prosecutors' attempt to keep the question of what's allowed under Montana's medical marijuana law out of their trial.
 
 

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Smells like....

Category: Fun | Posted on Mon, September, 5th 2011 by THCFinder

Gods Vagina....  I'm shocked their isn't a strain named that yet, or has someone already been there and done that?

 


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