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Snoop Dogg detained at Norway airport for being in possession of marijuana, too much cash

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, June, 28th 2012 by THCFinder
Snoop Dogg got busted by a drug dog in Norway Thursday morning.
The self-proclaimed cannabis connoisseur was packing 8 grams of marijuana when he was detained in customs at Kjevic Airport in Kristiansand.
Authorities discovered the sneaky stash when one of their customs drug dogs was released in the arrivals area and made a beeline for the superstar rapper.
Customs officers said they didn’t recognize the megastar at first and found him to be polite and cooperative, showing “no prima donna whims,” according to Norway’s Verdens Gang newspaper.
Because his stowed-away sensimilla was a small amount, Snoop was fined about $1,980 and released.
He was slapped with another fine of about $7,000 for carrying more cash than is legally allowed.
Snoop, whose real name is Calvin Broadus, is scheduled to perform in Norway Thursday night at the Hove Festival in the southern town of Kristiansand.
Shortly after the bust, the 40-year-old rapper posted a photo on Twitter that appeared to show him passing a joint.
"Smoking crip n. cuzns. Hahahahagahhaha,” read the caption.
The airport incident was the rapper’s second drug bust this year alone.
He was cited for possession of marijuana possession in Sierra Blanca, Texas, in January after authorities said they found several joints on his bus.


Delicious looking bud ready to be smoked

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, June, 28th 2012 by THCFinder



Medical Marijuana Regulation Bill in California Must Wait Another Year

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Thu, June, 28th 2012 by THCFinder

AB 2312, the medical marijuana regulation bill sponsored by San Francisco Democratic Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, will have to wait until next year for consideration. The bill passed the Assembly last month, but stalled in the Senate.


"I want the votes and I want the governor to sign this thing," Ammiano said. "It's still in play. We have some success under our belt and the best thing is the committee itself will now partner with me, they will help shepherd this." Now a Senate committee that deals with professional licenses will hold a hearing on the bill and study the issue further. Ammiano then plans on introducing a revised bill in 2013.


The current bill had been watered down some to secure passage in the Assembly, with restrictions on how cities could ban dispensaries being softened.


"In a sense, a lot of progress has been made, but we are also happy to go back to the drawing board to make sure we are all on the same page in terms of who this bill is supposed to help,"  said Kris Hermes, spokesman for the medical marijuana advocacy group Americans for safe Access.


Hopefully another year will gain enough support in both chambers of the legislature to get a solid bill passed and signed into law.


There are perhaps more than a million medical cannabis patients in California and they have the right to equal and fair treatment under state law. Federal law is another matter, and the feds will continue to do all they can to cripple the state’s medicinal marijuana industry.


But the least that state politicians can do is make sure there is a solid framework of clear rules and regulations for medical cannabis operators to exist under. And everything in a new bill should advance the goal of patients in the state having full and safe access to their medicine.





Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, June, 28th 2012 by THCFinder



National Ban on Bath Salts, K2-like Products Continues the Folly of Prohibition

Category: News | Posted on Thu, June, 28th 2012 by THCFinder

A ban on bath salts and so-called “synthetic marijuana” products is on its way to the desk of President Obama. The bill, sponsored by Senator Chuck Shumer (D-NY) bans the sale of 31 chemical substances sold online, in convenience stores and in smoke shops nationwide.


But banning these products misses a much larger point, just like the bans on harder drugs does. A ban does take it out of the hands of visible businesses. These products will now “disappear” into the dark of the black market, where use will likely continue to rise.


"We have seen bath salts involved in some of the most heinous crimes in recent months," Schumer said in a statement. Multiple reports indicate violent tendencies, panic attacks and suicidal thoughts often accompany use if these man-made drugs.


But prohibition in ineffective, no matter what substance is involved. All efforts must be directed at education. People, especially teenagers, need to know how dangerous these substances are. But instead millions of dollars will flow into the DEA budget to combat this problem with guns and agents.


The continued failure of prohibition just doesn’t seem to faze many elected officials. Chuck Shumer will act like he’s fighting for the safety of kids and families, and President Obama will sign the bill for the cameras and talk about how he is fighting drug use, but’s it’s all a sham. Nothing is being fought. Drug dealers will just have more products to make money off of.


In the end the money will flow, and the better the profit margin, the more rivals will fight each other for a share of the market. This means guns, death and innocent lives destroyed.


Drug gangs don’t need more products to make money off of, kids need to hear why they should avoid these substances.




Canna pops

Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, June, 28th 2012 by THCFinder



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