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Who wants Hicecream?

Category: Fun | Posted on Tue, September, 13th 2011 by THCFinder

Thats one delicious looking cone...

 


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Finally a Judge gets it!

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, September, 13th 2011 by THCFinder
A judge in Las Vegas threw out charges in a medical marijuana criminal case, declaring that he couldn't make sense of Nevada's pot laws.
 
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports (http://bit.ly/qS1mJj ) that Clark County Judge Donald Mosley complained Monday that the state Legislature should decide if medical marijuana is legal or not.
 
Mosley dismissed charges against Leonard Schwingdorf stemming from a police undercover buy at a Las Vegas medical marijuana business called Sin City Co-Op.
 
The judge ruled that a grand jury should have been shown evidence the marijuana wasn't for sale and that a co-op donation wasn't necessary to obtain it.
 
Mosley noted that state law lets medical cardholders possess small amounts of marijuana.
 
But other state and federal laws make it illegal to buy or sell marijuana.
 
 

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Are you fu!king high?

Category: Fun | Posted on Tue, September, 13th 2011 by THCFinder

High.....

 


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Medical Pot User May Have Benefits Go Up In Smoke

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, September, 13th 2011 by THCFinder

You just might not be eligible for unemployment if you get fired from your job for anything related to medical marijuana! Make sure you are extremely careful these days as companies are getting away with more and more bs everyday.

A recent decision from the Colorado Court of Appeals has decided that a medical marijuana user who is fired for a positive drug test result is not eligible for unemployment compensation benefits. In Beinor v. Industrial Claim Appeals Office, ___ P.3d ___, 2011 WL 3612226 (Colo. App. Aug. 18, 2001), the Colorado Court of Appeals upheld the Order of the ICAO denying unemployment compensation benefits to a discharged employee who had tested positive for marijuana. The employee presented evidence that, in accord with his doctor’s recommendation, he used "medical marijuana" for severe headaches.
 
The employer did not contest the employee's eligibility to use medical marijuana, and it did not argue that the employee's marijuana use adversely affected his job performance. Rather, the employer simply contended that the discharged employee was disqualified from receiving benefits because of C.R.S. § 8-73-108(5)(e)(ix.5). This section of the law allows denial of benefits if the employee tests positive "during working hours" for a "controlled substance" that is "not medically prescribed."
 
The Deputy's initial decision denied the employee's request for benefits. The Hearing Officer reversed, finding that (1) the claimant was eligible to be on the medical marijuana registry, and (2) there was no evidence his marijuana use had adversely affected his job performance. The ICAO reversed the Hearing Officer, agreeing with the employer that the employee was disqualified under C.R.S. § 8-73-108(5)(e)(ix.5). The Court of Appeals has now affirmed the ICAO's decision.
 
 

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California Hemp Bill Awaits Governor's Signature

Category: Culture | Posted on Tue, September, 13th 2011 by THCFinder

Could we finally be able to start growing hemp legally in California? 

A bill that would allow farmers in four California counties to grow industrial hemp has passed the state legislature and now sits on the desk of Gov. Jerry Brown (D) awaiting his signature. The bill, Senate Bill 676, the California Industrial Hemp Farming Act, passed the Senate earlier this year, then passed the Assembly last week.
 
Hemp field at sunrise. Will California farmers be able to enjoy its fruits? (Image: Votehemp.org)
Sponsored by state Sen. Mark Leno (D-San Francisco), the bill would allow farmers in those counties to grow industrial hemp for the legal sale of hemp seed, oil, and fiber to manufacturers. The bill specifies that hemp must contain less than 0.3% THC, the primary psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, and farmers must submit their crops to testing before it goes to market.
 
The eight-year pilot program would end in 2020, but not before the California attorney general would issue a report on law enforcement impact and the Hemp Industries Association would issue a report on its economic impact. 
 
"California is one step closer to building a successful hemp industry in the Central Valley," said Leno after the Assembly approved the bill on a vote of 49-22 last Wednesday. The Senate gave its final approval to Assembly amendments the following day.
 
 

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420 time

Category: Fun | Posted on Tue, September, 13th 2011 by THCFinder

Ready to smoke some fine green?

 


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