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Category: Fun | Posted on Fri, June, 14th 2013 by THCFinder

Imagine having these on the way out of the Grocery Store ; )


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Colorado Localities Make Own Rules Before Final Decision on Marijuana Sales

Category: News | Posted on Fri, June, 14th 2013 by THCFinder
AURORA, Colo. — As Colorado moves closer to issuing temporary regulations on the sale of marijuana, now legal in small quantities here, some cities and towns are not waiting for the new rules to take effect.
 
More than a dozen municipalities across the state have decided to enact moratoriums on retail marijuana sales, restricting them for now or at least until after the rules are finalized later this year.
 
Others, unsettled at the prospect of dispensaries within their borders, have banned marijuana sales entirely — which they are permitted to do under Amendment 64, the 2012 constitutional amendment passed by voters that legalized recreational use of the drug.
 
“As we talked to our police department and our building code enforcement people, it didn’t seem to be a very logical answer for us,” said Mayor Tom Norton of Greeley, a conservative farm town north of Denver that banned marijuana sales outright this month. “It seemed like it had the potential for creating more mischief than what we wanted to put up with.”
 
Discussions about how marijuana is to be regulated, and how the state will handle a legal drug market, played a central role during Colorado’s 2013 legislative session. Meanwhile, communities from Littleton to Vail have taken it upon themselves to ponder the issue publicly.
 
In the past six months, a task force of lawmakers, representatives of the state’s growing marijuana industry and others have wrestled with developing the rules.
 

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Green Kiss OG

Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, June, 14th 2013 by THCFinder

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Overwhelming Majority Of New Yorkers Support Allowing Medical Marijuana For Patients In Need

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Fri, June, 14th 2013 by THCFinder
Patients, Doctors and Nurses Gather in Albany for Press Conference and Rally to Demand NY Senate Pass Medical Marijuana Bill Immediately
 
Albany — Yesterday, dozens of patients living with cancer, multiple sclerosis, osteoarthritis, and other serious, debilitating medical conditions travelled from around the state to demand that the New York State Senate pass the Compassionate Care Act (S.4406/Savino) immediately. The bill, which would create one of the nation’s most tightly regulated medical marijuana programs, would allow seriously ill patients access to a small amount of marijuana under the supervision of their healthcare provider.
 
Last week, the Assembly passed the bill with bipartisan vote of 99-41, the widest margin of the four times the bill has been passed in that chamber.
 
“From Delaware to Maine, almost every state allows medical use of marijuana,” said Assembly Health Committee Chair Richard N. Gottfried, noting that 18 states and the District of Columbia currently have medical marijuana laws.  ”If the patient and physician agree that a severe debilitating or life-threatening condition should be treated with medical marijuana, the government should not stand in the way. This is sensible, strict, and humane legislation,” Gottfried added.
 
A recent Siena Poll found that an overwhelming 82% of New York voters support medical marijuana, including 81% of both Republicans and Democrats.  Despite this broad support, the Senate has never let the bill come to the floor for a vote.
 
“I have suffered from excruciating nausea and pain from the many chemotherapy treatments I have undergone,” said Nancy Rivera,Troy resident and survivor of two bouts of breast cancer, colon cancer and throat cancer. “During a series of chemo and radiation treatments, I lost 40 pounds in 3 months. I have never used medical marijuana since it is not legal; however, I think all cancer patients should have the legal option of trying medical marijuana if their provider recommends it.”
 
“As someone who has lived with HIV/AIDS for 20 years, I know that medical marijuana can help with the side effects of HIV medications,” said Dawn Carney of Mount Vernon. “It is simply wrong that New Yorkers living with serious and life-threatening conditions have to break the law just to use a medication that can relieve their symptoms.  Patients have suffered long enough!  It’s time for the Senate to pass this bill,” she said.
 

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Dr. Death OG

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, June, 13th 2013 by THCFinder

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Save your Green

Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, June, 13th 2013 by THCFinder

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Stoners Guide to Saving Green

A penny saved is a penny earned. -Benjamin Franklin

Today in this money eating economy it is vitally important that we learn how to save a buck or two, whether it’s saving at your local medical marijuana dispensary or conserving your weed. Stonerdays wants to let you in on the quick tips of saving, so we came up with The Stoners Guide to Saving Green.

Buy in Bulk Baby!

Buying your marijuana in bulk is a great way to save money. I know those dub sacks are convenient at times, especially when you’re low on cash, but in the long haul you’ll just be back for another sack tomorrow. So why not use this helpful Stonerdays chart showing you how the cost per gram lowers as you buy in bulk.

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Grow Your Own!

Growing your own marijuana plants will save you a ton of green . Yes, you will have to pay for the care of the plants and it will take some time but in the long run if you stick with it you will be rewarded with golden green buds. Saving you a trip to the medical marijuana dispensary and no dealing with dealers bullshit.

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Save the Roaches!

“Save the Roaches!” Instead of saving those whales, why not start with your roaches. Think of the countless roaches that you’ve wasted once the blunts were to small to hold… there’s still some greens in that roach I bet. Be smart when smoking your bleezies and hang on to that smelly roach, it just might pay off later.

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Bong Buddies!

Why not smoke out with your friends or let them smoke you out. We all have friends and that’s the beauty of not being stingy with your weed. At times you won’t have any weed and by sharing when you do, your friends won’t forget about you. Bongs are an easy way to save weed, just a snapper can be enough at times. Check the price chart above for prices and you can all pitch in.

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One Hit Wonder!

Use a sneak a toke to smoke your sweet Mary Jane out of. A one hitter is piece that you pack with only a single hit of marijuana. The beauty is you can smoke it pretty much anywhere and save a ton of weed. Hang on to that toke and make the most of it. Sometimes all you need is a little pick me up to get yourself going.

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Hold it In!

Take a hit from a pipe, bong, bubbler, or whatever kind of piece your prefer. As you inhale hold it in for as long as you can, this will get you the most out of each hit you take and you won’t have to smoke as much.

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Vaporize it!

Vaporizers are becoming more and more popular with the stoner community and are a very effective way of saving on your cash flow. Vaps are more efficient at burning the marijuana when the temperature is set to the right degree, it will burn up to 100% of the weed. Now that’s a big plus!  Also why not be kind to mother nature? They are safer for the environment and cleaner on your lungs.

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Just Dab!

Dabbing has changed the face of marijuana smoking. Dabbing is cheaper by weight for the amount of THC it contains. You will also get stoned as fuck and may shit yourself, smoke with caution.

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Source: StonerDays.com


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