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Mysterious Boat Full Of Marijuana Washes Ashore In Fort Lauderdale

Category: News | Posted on Tue, October, 1st 2013 by THCFinder
boat-full-of-weed-washes-upAnother day, another weird drugs discovery in South Florida.
 
Fort Lauderdale police are investigating a seemingly abandoned boat full of marijuana that washed up on the shore Monday morning, reports the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
 
Police said the mysterious 20-foot boat was discovered around 5 a.m. after a man who was sleeping in nearby bushes spotted it in the surf, according to NBC6.
 
So far, police have recovered at least 11 bales of marijuana from both inside the boat and in the water nearby. According to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent on the scene, each bale is estimated to be worth about $10,000, with a total estimate of over $100,000.
 
A blue barrel was also found on the sand not far from the boat, but its contents and whether or not it is connected to the nearby boat have not been confirmed, Fort Lauderdale Police Detective DeAnna Greenlaw told the Sun Sentinel.
 
"At this time there's no foul play suspected," Det. Greenlaw said. "It just appears to be a vessel that washed ashore with the narcotics on it and at this time we do not know if or how many people were on that vessel when it arrived."
 
Of course, Floridians are kind of accustomed to narcotics smuggling in Sunshine State waters. Last year, officials said packaged marijuana discoveries on or near beaches -- bales of so-called "square grouper" -- were on record pace.
 

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J1 - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, October, 1st 2013 by THCFinder

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J1 - Hybrid

J1 is a cross between Jack Herer and Skunk #1. A great strain for relaxing and stress relief, it embodies the best qualities of its parent strains. Very peaceful effects.


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San Diego goes backwards and sues marijuana dispensary

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Tue, October, 1st 2013 by THCFinder
san-diego-sueing-dispensariesSAN DIEGO — The city attorney is suing to force a medical marijuana dispensary to close, a sign of a changed policy since the resignation of Mayor Bob Filner.
 
Soon after taking office, Filner had called for the city attorney to stop taking medical dispensaries to court to force their closure. The act was the beginning of a rift between Filner and City Atty. Jan Goldsmith.
 
Just days after Filner’s Aug. 30 resignation, Acting Mayor Todd Gloria reversed Filner’s hands-off policy toward marijuana dispensaries.
 
Gloria informed the city’s chief operating officer and assistant chief operating officer that enforcement of zoning violations by pot shops could resume.
 
This week, the city attorney filed a civil complaint to shut down the Central Wellness Collective on El Cajon Boulevard in the mid-city area. The complaint holds the property owners liable for allowing the dispensary to remain open in defiance of city zoning laws.
 
“The municipal code does not permit dispenaries in any zone and we will enforce the law to close their operation,” Goldsmith said.
 
It was the first such legal action this year.
 
During the tenure of Mayor Jerry Sanders, the City Council adopted and then rescinded a marijuana zoning ordinance.
 
The pro-marijuana movement, believing the ordinance too restrictive, had sought to have it submitted to a public vote.
 
Instead the council in July 2011 dumped it, leaving the dispensaries no location to operate legally; the city attorney followed with aggressive litigation.
 
A ordinance proposed by Filner that would have allowed marijuana dispensaries to operate was rejected by the council.
 
A new marijuana zoning ordinance, more restrictive than the one sponsored by Filner, is being vetted by neighborhood groups. The proposal should be ready for council consideration by January, a spokeswoman for Gloria said.
 

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Phantom Cookies Cannabis Seeds

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Mon, September, 30th 2013 by THCFinder

phantom-cookies-weedPhantom Cookies - Who Doesn't Like Cookie Dough? Instead of pumping out another Girl Scout Cookie copycat, Grand Daddy Purp's Ken Estes crafted his own take on this trend. 

 

These scrumptious cannabis seeds have a satisfying flavour that's tastes like sweet, gooey cookie dough & who doesn't like cookie dough when the munchies hit? With independent testing that shows THC as high as 23% and yields as high as 2 pounds per plant, there is absolutely nothing not to love about Phantom Cookies!

 

Here's something else you're going to love - Gorilla Seeds sells a 10 pack of Phantom Cookies Seeds for just £54.99 - a real bargain! Gorilla also offers world-wide shipping & discreet packaging.


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Ogre OG Weed

Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, September, 30th 2013 by THCFinder

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Canadian Government To Put $1.3 Billion Into Medical Cannabis Production And Distribution

Category: News | Posted on Mon, September, 30th 2013 by THCFinder
canada-putting-billions-into-medical-cannabisStarting Tuesday, Canada’s federal government will be launching a $1.3 billion market for medical cannabis, which is expected to eventually supply over 450,000 Canadians with cannabis, reports the Canadian Press.
 
Health Canada is replacing a system which relied on small-scale, home cultivation to supply medical cannabis, in exchange for a system of large indoor farms certified by Canadian police. Health inspectors will be tasked with the production, packaging and distribution of a variety of cannabis.
 
Initial sales under this new program are expected in the next few weeks.
 
The government will be putting no limit on the number of large grow operations that are in operation; they plan to base production on demand. The government is also expected to import some cannabis from places such as the Netherlands.
 
156 firms have already applied to become a producer or distributor. The first two received their licences last week.
 
Canada currently has 37,400 authorized medical cannabis patients, but officials expect that number to be closer to half a million by 2024; these estimates are considered to be conservative.
 
Health Canada projects that cannabis will be sold at an average of $7.60 a gram by next year, once the old system is phased out.
 

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