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Prison for Cannabis

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, July, 11th 2013 by THCFinder

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Are you a fan of Snoop Lion

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, July, 11th 2013 by THCFinder

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Life brings with it many new aspects of progression and growth.

As much as we may wish things were black and white, it’s not always that simple.

Snoop Lion represents the rebirth of one man into another, one with a different message and path with a bigger journey than himself.

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Snoop Dogg has been making music since before a few of us stonies were even born! So now in 2013 when he decided to re-vamp his image everyone wants to act surprised, but come on everyone he’s a stoner! This means he can understand and appreciate the different dimensions there are to life.

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Snoop Lion knows what to do for Snoop Lion, and we’re lucky to be able to witness the transformation blown as hell, just watching history take place.

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The first anyone heard of this news was on February 2, 2012 when Snoop announced that there would be a documentary, “Reincarnated”, to accompany a new album also entitled Reincarnated, they were released on March 21,2013. A drastic change such as this needed some film for extra explanation. The next step was when the reggae single ” La La La” dropped under the new alias “Snoop Lion”.

Something that was obvious to everyone that this was not the same gangsta  from the LBC but a new package all together.

Still his music remains quality, different but quality no matter what name he chooses to roll with, that you can be sure of.

Snoop officially announced the birth of Snoop Lion on July 31, 2012.

He informed reporters that he was rechristened by a Rastafarian Priest in Jamaica. Lion is here to stay, teach, and jam.

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December 2012 Snoop Lion released the singe “Here Comes the King”. There you have it everyone, pot head life never stands still but remains in constant motion and improvement. StonerDays gives Snoop Lion a big Stoner hug, welcome to the family bro

Source:  Stonerdays.com


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AOGB flowering Cannabis

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, July, 11th 2013 by THCFinder

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Michigan medical marijuana law requires patient to be a resident

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Thu, July, 11th 2013 by THCFinder
mmj-residents-miLANSING -- A Michigan appeals court ruled this week that the state's medical marijuana law requires cardholders to be Michigan residents, and held that immunity from prosecution under the law is a question for a judge, not a jury, to decide.
 
The ruling came in a 2011 Berrien County case where police stopped a woman, Cynthia Cherelle Jones, who was weaving in and out of traffic. While conducting the traffic stop, police received permission to search Jones' vehicle and found eight bags of marijuana totaling five ounces as well as medical marijuana registry cards belonging to Jones and others.
 
Jones sought to claim immunity under the state's medical marijuana act, which protects registered patients from prosecution, while prosecutors argued Jones was not entitled to the immunity because she was not a Michigan resident when she applied for her card or when she was arrested.
 
The trial court determined that questions of fact existed about the immunity defense which a jury would have to decide. A panel of Michigan Court of Appeals judges ruled that because the immunity in the medical marijuana law protects patients from arrest and prosecution, the decision of whether or not immunity applies to a defendant should be made before the case ever goes to a jury.
 
"For this protection to have meaningful effect, the immunity must be afforded at the earliest possible stages of any investigation or subsequent court proceedings," the opinion states.
 
The court held that residency is a key component of the immunity, however, because the statute contains explicit provisions which protect visiting patients from out of state as well as make reference to "the health and welfare of its (Michigan's) citizens."
 

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Vicious OG Cannabis

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, July, 10th 2013 by THCFinder

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Aussie expert: Legalize marijuana to protect teens from binge drinking

Category: Legalization | Posted on Wed, July, 10th 2013 by THCFinder
legalize-mmj-no-drinkThe director of Australia’s alcohol policy research body said Tuesday that he believes marijuana should be legalized and tightly controlled by the government in order to reduce binge drinking, which he said has a much stronger association with violence than any other drug of abuse, particularly among teens.
 
Robin Room told The Herald Sun on Tuesday that it “makes sense to legalize marijuana in a controlled market.”
 
Room is director of Australia’s Centre for Alcohol Policy Research, and earlier this week he presented a bunch of new ideas on how to curb binge drinking across the country.
 
Some of his proposals to attack alcoholism are stout enough to make drinkers blush, and range from raising the legal drinking age, limiting sales to certain hours, creating a government monopoly to control all sales, lowering blood-alcohol limits for drivers, limiting the number of liquor stores in a given area, and even crafting tax policies that make cheap wine all but impossible to find.
 
But when he was speaking to The Herald Sun this week, he also threw his support to legalizing marijuana, saying it would particularly affect teens who are most prone to injury from binge drinking. “We are in a situation where we need to look ahead,” he reportedly said. “I think we need to have the discussion and it makes a lot of sense in terms of, among others, cutting down government costs to have a fairly highly controlled legal (cannabis) market and, while we are at it, tighten up the legal market of alcohol in the same way we tightened up the market of tobacco.”
 
He went on to recommend that the government create a monopoly for marijuana sales as well, saying the drug should not be available in supermarkets and must not be advertised at all. “Cannabis is not without harm but it’s substantially less than alcohol and tobacco in terms of social harm,” Room reportedly added.
 

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