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Alien OG Bubba (Hybrid)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, November, 18th 2013 by THCFinder

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Growers Rights

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, November, 18th 2013 by THCFinder
growers-rights-articleMarijuana is on a roll, gaining support from more people every day. The plant is being legalized across the world, little by little. But as the laws begin to get put in to place regarding cannabis, we can't help but question... Is this really a good thing? Some people definitely don't think so. The laws are changing but some aren't for the benefit of the patients and caregivers.
 
One of the most frustrating laws that is being put in to play is the government taking away the grow-you-own option for patients. Now there are a lot of people who are making their living off of growing marijuana. Taking away the right to grow their own is removing their financial stability. Those plants are a source of income and feed families. A lot of people plan their lives around being able to grow their plants in peace. There is no reason that people should be barred from growing their own. That way, there is no chance that the product will be tampered with or genetically enhanced using unnatural methods.
 
It is unfortunate to think that marijuana is on the fast track to becoming a monopolized industry that is controlled by the government and corporations. Small time farmers aren't even being given a chance at this point. They're getting overtaken faster than they can pop up. New Hampshire's medical law doesn't allow medical patients to grow their own; they have to get it from state sanctioned facilities. Washington has recently started to deal with this problem as well and that's a legal state. Lawmakers want to take away the rights of the growers to cultivate the plants at home and instead, create growhouses run by the state.
 
This idea wouldn't be so bad if it didn't negatively effect so many people. Not like it matters to most, however. Nature can't be made illegal for long. Those that are growing now will continue to grow, whether or not the law says that they can. Just as those who are still stuck in illegal states continue to smoke. Marijuana is a naturally occurring force of nature. There's no way that the government will be able to regulate it the way that they think they can. If they honestly believe that by slapping a ton of laws on cannabis is a positive thing, they're sorely mistaken. People need medicine, that's for sure. But people need natural medicine that helps rather than medicine that hurts. Small time farmers medicine will always tromp mass produced semi-okay medicine. Right?

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Who wants a Nug dispenser ; )

Category: Fun | Posted on Mon, November, 18th 2013 by THCFinder

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Majority In Massachusetts Support Having A Medical Cannabis Dispensary In Their Community

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Mon, November, 18th 2013 by THCFinder
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New polling conducted by the Western New England University Polling Institute has found that 61% of adults in Massachusetts are in support of having a medical cannabis dispensary in their community, with only 30% opposed to the idea.
 
The poll also found that, a year after medical cannabis was legalized in the state, support for medical cannabis has risen substantially. In 2012 voters approved medical cannabis legalization with 63% of the vote; this new poll has found that 74% in the state are in support of medical cannabis, with only 30% opposed.
 
Support for medical cannabis has the majority support of every age group, including 83% of those 18 to 34, and 61% of those 65 and older. Those 65 and older were the only age group in which support for having a medical cannabis dispensary in their dispensary wasn’t above 50%, but regardless, more were found to be in support than opposed to such a move (48% to 38%).
 

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Purple OG Shatter

Category: Concentrates | Posted on Mon, November, 18th 2013 by THCFinder

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Is Miley Cyrus In Trouble For Her EMA Stunt?

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Mon, November, 18th 2013 by THCFinder

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Recently, it was Lady Gaga who was the one bringing pot in to the Hollywood spotlight. However, her methods were slightly negative and made a lot of stoners pretty upset. Thankfully, there's always a celebrity that has to counter another and in this case, it's the ever controversial Miley Cyrus. The majority of people aren't really that fond of the girl after she started this crazy phase that she's been going through but her performance at the Amsterdam EMA stage shows that she might be an asset to the cannabis movement.

Cyrus was accepting an award for Best Video when she decided to light up a joint. She simply said that she thought that it would be fun. In an interview with Capitol FM, a UK magazine, Cyrus said that her lighting up was a totally unplanned act. Apparently, the joint had been in her bag and as she left her dressing room, the thought crossed her mind that lighting the joint would be funny to fans. Of course, in Amsterdam, it was a pretty popular stunt. The crowd went wild when the joint was lit and the next day, Cyrus Tweeted that "sometimes in life you just gotta decide not to give AF".

Unfortunately for Miley, the laws in Amsterdam only apply to private smoking areas, not public ones. So basically, you can smoke but only in designated areas. One of the areas not included in free smoking privileges would be the stage of MTV EMAs. The Netherlands has launched an investigation on the singer, in an attempt to bring legal action to the situation. While not everyone approves of the singer's twerking and obnoxious outfits, the singer wasn't harming anyone. Not to mention the fact that celebrities of all people are able to broadcast their weed smoking.


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