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Funny Marijuana Pictures

Category: Fun | Posted on Sat, December, 11th 2010 by THCFinder

Now after some time of searching for some funny random pictures about marijuana we have the following. My personal favorite is tied between two first is the cartoony pictures which basically say that weed is no longer for hippies but for all and of course “why should glaucoma patients have all the fun!” and the other is by far the MacDonald’s sign advertising how many J’s have been rolled.

Please comment back and share with your friends as we would love to know what your favorite pictures are, now if you can stop looking at the “riding high” picture then you must be thinking that that’s one hell of a bud or are you just concentrating on the sort of nude girl that is riding the giant bud.

 

 

  

 

    

 

      

 

        


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Judge Issues Injunction Against L.A.'s Medical Marijuana Law

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sat, December, 11th 2010 by THCFinder

A judge handed Los Angeles a setback in its faltering drive to limit the number of medical marijuana dispensaries, granting a preliminary injunction on Friday that bars the city from enforcing key provisions in its controversial six-month-old ordinance.


The decision, issued by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Anthony J. Mohr, leaves the city with limited power to control pot stores, which opened by the hundreds, angering neighborhood activists when city officials failed to enforce a 2007 moratorium.

 


Near the end of his 40-page ruling, Mohr acknowledged "there is a good chance that a large number of collectives could open once this injunction takes effect," but said his order was warranted because the dispensaries that sued the city are highly likely to prevail in a trial.

The City Council first discussed regulating dispensaries 5 1/2 years ago. At the time, the Los Angeles Police Departmentcould find just four of them. It was five years before the city's ordinance, one of the most complex and convoluted in the state, took effect.


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Miley Cyrus smokes weed from a bong

Category: News | Posted on Fri, December, 10th 2010 by THCFinder

The story is it's really only Salvia, but we all know the truth. Miley Cyrus is another Stoner.

 


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Another Day, Another Inane Pot Club Raid

Category: News | Posted on Fri, December, 10th 2010 by THCFinder

In an effort to waste time, or whatever, Santa Clara County authorities on Thursday busted several medical marijuana clubs selling weed in the county. "An official with the County Special Enforcement Team said narcotics agents served warrants on two MediLeaf medical marijuana clubs in San Jose and properties in Gilroy and Morgan Hill," reports AP (via CBS 5)."Task force commander Danielle Ayers said agents shut down the clubs, seized marijuana, documents and computers."

The Mercury News goes on to reports that the recent bust was "the latest in a series of actions against medical marijuana" clubs in the area. The Merc goes on to report: "Danielle Ayers, task force commander of the County Special Enforcement Team, said the MediLeaf owner is suspected of illegally selling marijuana and money laundering."

Good grief, wouldn't it make more sense to burn the money it cost to conduct these raids, dig a 20-foot hole in the earth, and then bury the ashes of said scorched money? Yes. Yes, it would. While we understand that recreational pot smokers over the age of 30 are annoying as all hell -- and that federal law doesn't recognizeProposition 215 -- we do appreciate the Bay Area's relentless supply of medicinal marijuana for those in need. We tip our hat to those fighting the good, pain-relieving, sticky-bud fight.

Also, Vicodin makes us too itchy. So, thanks for all you do, pot clubs

(Source: sfist.com)


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N.J. Reaches Deal Allowing Medical Marijuana Sales

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Fri, December, 10th 2010 by THCFinder

New Jersey governor Chris Christie reached a compromise with medical marijuana supporters, paving the way for sales of marijuana to the state's "seriously ill" patients by next summer, The New York Times reported Dec. 3.

New Jersey became the 14th state to legalize medical marijuana when the previous governor, Jon S. Corzine, signed the legislation last January. Governor Christie's administration then lobbied legislators and supporters for stringent regulations on growth and sales. For example, Christie advocated for two growing sites and four distribution sites; the compromise deal allows six locations for growing and distribution; home-growing will not be allowed. 

Christie also wanted to limit access to medical marijuana to patients who had tried every other treatment first. Only seizures, glaucoma, and "intractable muscle spasms" will be covered by that rule. 

However, New Jersey will be the only state that limits the drug's potency. State regulations will place a ceiling on the amount of the psychoactive ingredient that can be in the medical marijuana grown and sold in the state. Potency will be limited to 10% of tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC. 

Doctors who want to prescribe medical marijuana for their patients will have to register with the state and undergo training. Patients who are certified to have the drug will be limited to two ounces a month.

According to Mr. Christie, the regulations represent "the best way to move forward on a responsible, medically based program that will avoid the significant fraud and criminal diversion that other states have experienced."

Advocates felt the deal unnecessarily restricted access to medical marijuana. Doctors would have to "attest that they've provided education for the patients on the lack of scientific consensus for the use of medical marijuana," said Ken Wolski, a registered nurse who leads the Coalition for Medical Marijuana New Jersey. He said this was contradicted by the language of the law itself, which had "found legitimate uses for marijuana therapy in a number of specified conditions."

Wolski said that the two-ounce monthly limit would not be enough for half the patients and that marijuana dispensed by pharmacies in the Netherlands had 13 to 18 percent THC.

(Source: jointogether.org)


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O.C. marijuana firm plans major expansion

Category: News | Posted on Fri, December, 10th 2010 by THCFinder

General Cannabis in Costa Mesa says it plans to capitalize on the expanding medical marijuana market that has made the plant California's No. 1 cash crop at $14 billion annually.

CNBC recently estimated the size of the U.S. marijuana market at between $45 billion and $120 billion.

 

General Cannabis is the first publicly traded company to create management services, Internet verticals, financial services and lobbying to support medical marijuana market, the company said. It intends to be the largest U.S. company specializing in medical marijuana through what's called a rollup (buying up small firms) of the fragmented industry.

General Cannabis has already made some purchases in pursuit of this strategy:

  • General Health Solutions, Inc., which manages 10 California medical cannabis clinics and a call center
  • General Merchant Services, Inc. that operates Cannapay Merchant Services, which provides credit card processing services to medical marijuana sellers
  • Synergistic Resources, LLC., which specializes in turn-key management of California medical marijuana clinics under the name Marijuana Medical Evaluation Centers (deal announced Thursday).

 

California has more than 300,000 registered medical marijuana users, General Cannabis said. The company trades over the counter at about $4.

(Source: ocregister.com)


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