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Town Votes to Reduce Weed Possession Charges to Less Than $1

Category: News | Posted on Fri, March, 24th 2017 by THCFinder

The police chief in Monona, Wisconsin seems like a very chill guy.

“If the community values are, ‘Marijuana is not that serious of an offense’ and they want to have a $1 fine, or no fine, that’s their opinion,” Chief Walter Ostrenga said after the town council voted to scrap all weed possession charges.

Under the new ordinance, possessing marijuana in public or in private spaces is no longer subject to a fine, as long as the person is over 21.

Smoking weed in a private residence is also exempt, although toking in public is still subject to a $200 fine.

After a year and a half of discussion, the Monona City Council considered reducing weed possession fines of $200 to a mere $1.

But then they decided even a dollar was too much.

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Friends With Weed

Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, March, 23rd 2017 by THCFinder


Reefer Madness Hits Nepal

Category: News | Posted on Thu, March, 23rd 2017 by THCFinder

The number of drug-related offenses is “higher than any other heinous crime in Nepal and is increasing at an alarming rate,” according a none-too-objective March 17 account in Kathmandu’s the Himalayan newspaper.

The article credulously regurgitates the claims of a new report from the country’s Narcotics Control Bureau, breaking down crime figures since 2011. The total for drug offenses rose to around 1,800, while those for murder and rape remain in the hundreds, and abduction in the two-digit range.

And what kinds of drugs are at issue here? We are luridly told that “cultivation of genetically selected strains have [sic] led to increase in cannabis harvests. As a result, cannabis cultivation is increasing even in the hilly areas, posing a grave threat to security, according to the report.”

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Bill Maher - Drugs

Category: Videos | Posted on Thu, March, 23rd 2017 by THCFinder


Legal Pot Hasn't Resulted in More Teens Smoking Marijuana

Category: News | Posted on Thu, March, 23rd 2017 by THCFinder

Although some of the marijuana industry's biggest opponents feared legalization would lead to more teens smoking pot, teenagers aren’t using cannabis any more than they did five years ago. In fact, in the state of Washington, which legalized recreational use of marijuana in 2012, teen cannabis consumption has barely changed since adult pot shops opened up in 2014, according to Washington’s 2016 Healthy Youth Survey.

The survey, which is conducted every two years, analyzed the monthly marijuana use of more than 230,000 students from 1,000 schools and found only 6 percent of eighth graders, 17 percent of 10th graders and 52 percent of seniors had used marijuana within a month in 2016, which was the same figures for teen use in the state back in 2014.

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