Blue Widow (Indica)
New Jersey’s Next Governor Will Almost Certainly Legalize Marijuana
With support for legalization at 60 percent nationwide, there are many politicians less popular than marijuana.
Seeing as how he’s tied for the lowest approval rating in state history—18 percent; Nixon scored nearly twice as high and this after Watergate—scandal-ridden New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is only the most prominent example. (As it happens, the last time fewer than 20 percent of Americans thought weed was good and cool was when Richard Nixon was plotting against it.)
Barring an indictment, Christie’s term (and, almost certainly, his political career) will end in January 2018. Much of his time as a lame-duck with *some* clout in Washington—why else would respectable newspapers bother to publish speculation about his chance to succeed James Comey as FBI director?—should be occupied by running Trump’s national task force on ending the opiate crisis, his plum appointment for being the first Republican presidential candidate to abandon principles in favor of naked ambition and back Trump.
Jeff Sessions Is Throwing Down the Gauntlet—He Wants a New Drug War
Apart from being an irrational anti-pot fanatic, Attorney General Jeff Sessions is functioning in a highly unstable government, which is obsessed with methodically dismantling anything and everything that has the slightest hint of President Barack Obama.
One late night comedian joked that if Trump could revive all the turkeys Obama pardoned over the years, he would. It’s that bad.
Now, AG Sessions has decided to review Obama-era policies that eliminated harsh punishments for low-level drug crimes.
Sessions’ directive, to be introduced in a memo, will encourage prosecutors to charge people with the most serious, provable offenses in order to trigger mandatory minimum sentences.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas - The Hotel on Acid
LA Confidential (Indica)
LA Confidential is a commercial seed strain that captures the genetics of OG Kush. An Afghan strain grown from clones, OG Kush first became popular in the Los Angeles market in the 1990s, and then became world famous as California rappers like Snoop Dogg and Cypress Hill name-checked it in their songs. OG Kush offers a hash-like experience from reefer: a resinous smoke, deep and spicy-sweet like nutmeg, that draws the smoker into a lush, slightly trippy dreamland. While "Authentic OG Kush" may be hard to find if you're not a rap star, DNA's LA Confidential brings the secrets of this celebrity smoke to the market.
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