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Cannabis-Friendly Travel Spots: The Jupiter Hotel in Portland, OR

Category: Tokers | Posted on Sat, August, 6th 2016 by THCFinder

As the cannabis movement starts to spread to every corner of America, states that have incorporated marijuana into their local economies have seen a residual effect. Colorado, Oregon, and Alaska have all registered boosted tourism numbers since they passed recreational marijuana.

Colorado’s tourism revenue reached a record-breaking $19.1 billion dollars in 2015. Much of that boost is credited to a successful ad campaign by the Colorado Department of Tourism. However, it’s worth noting that in the resort mountain towns, 90% of the marijuana sales came from tourists.

Naturally, as the demand for cannabis-friendly tourism begins to grow, main-stream businesses are beginning to embrace the market.

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Philippines: Military Camps for Drug Users?

Category: News | Posted on Sat, August, 6th 2016 by THCFinder

In his increasingly draconian anti-drug crackdown, the new Philippine president, Rodrigo Duterte, actually sent National Police troops to arrest a local mayor—resulting in a shoot-out that left six of the mayor’s bodyguards dead.

On Aug. 1, Duterte ordered Mayor Rolando Espinosa of Albuera town on Leyte to island to surrender within 24 hours—and added: “Otherwise, an order of ‘shoot on sight’ will be given if they resist and endanger the lives of arresting police officers.” Espinosa surrendered to police the next day—but his son, wanted as a suspected drug-dealer, remained at large. The day after that, the gun-fight broke out between the body-guards and police who were on patrol near Espinosa’s house. Police of course said the body-guards fired first. The affair began July 28, when five other of Espinosa’s bodyguards and staff were busted in a sting operation for a street sale of shabu (methamphetamine).

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What strain are you smoking on today?

Category: Fun | Posted on Fri, August, 5th 2016 by THCFinder


DEA on the Verge of Rescheduling Marijuana

Category: News | Posted on Fri, August, 5th 2016 by THCFinder

The DEA continues to leave us sitting on the edge of our seats. Earlier this year, officials from the department told lawmakers that the agency aimed to make a decision on rescheduling marijuana within “the first half of 2016.”

Well, the first half of the year came and went without a word from the DEA. Russ Baer, an agency spokesman, couldn’t give a time frame on when a decision would be made. However, he told The Cannabist on Tuesday that the DEA was, “closer than we were a month ago.”

The process of rescheduling any substance is very extensive. The DEA must work through a thorough eighty-point analysis.

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