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Category: Videos | Posted on Wed, December, 21st 2016 by THCFinder


Homeless Across Country Fall Victim to Synthetic Marijuana

Category: News | Posted on Wed, December, 21st 2016 by THCFinder

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The nation’s homeless are proving to be especially susceptible to a new, dirt-cheap version of synthetic marijuana, which leaves users glassy-eyed, aimless, sprawled on streets and sidewalks oblivious to their surroundings or wandering into traffic.

Nearly 300 homeless people became ill last month in St. Louis due to the man-made hallucinogen that experts believe is far more dangerous and unpredictable than the real thing. Other outbreaks have occurred in New York City, Los Angeles and Austin, Texas.

“It was common for us to see reactions where they were violent, incoherent, sometimes catatonic on the ground,” Austin police Lt. Kurt Thomas said.

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Legislation to Legalize Medical Cannabis Introduced in Kentucky

Category: Legalization | Posted on Wed, December, 21st 2016 by THCFinder

Legislation to legalize medical cannabis in Kentucky – including a system of regulated dispensaries – has been introduced in the state’s Senate.

The Cannabis Compassion Act of 2017 was introduced by Senator Perry Clark, a Democrat from Louisville. The full text of the measure can be found by clicking here.

Under the proposed law, those with a qualifying condition who receive a recommendation from a physician would be legally authorized to possess, cultivate and use cannabis for medical purposes; the limit would be set at three ounces and 12 plants. The measure would authorize a system of licensed and regulated dispensaries accessible by all patients.

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Maine’s Marijuana Opponents Back Down on All of That Recount Business

Category: News | Posted on Wed, December, 21st 2016 by THCFinder

Although the controversial ballot recount that has been taking place in Maine concerning whether or not the state actually legalized marijuana was expected to conclude sometime during the early part of 2017, it seems the anti-legalization forces that have been jamming up the state’s progress for the past month have officially thrown in the towel.

Over the weekend, the Maine Secretary of State’s office announced that the lynch mob gunning to discredit the validity of the ballots in support of the state’s recreational marijuana ballot initiative (Question 1) had backed off its mission to try and prevent legalization.

“We promised folks that if we came to a point where we could not see any chance of reversing the result, we would not drag the process out,” Newell Augur, legal counsel for the No on 1 campaign, told the Portland Press Herald. “We are satisfied that the count and the result are accurate.”

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