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Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, June, 16th 2014 by THCFinder

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Oklahoma Lawmaker Wants To Legalize Marijuana Because It's God's 'Miraculous' Creation

Category: Legalization | Posted on Mon, June, 16th 2014 by THCFinder
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Oklahoma state Sen. Constance Johnson (D) announced Friday the filing of a statewide initiative to legalize recreational marijuana, citing God's creation of "this wonderful, miraculous plant" as a basis for comprehensive marijuana reform.
 
"We're putting forth Genesis 1:29 as the basis of this campaign," Johnson told supporters at the state capitol Friday, according to KFOR. "God created this wonderful, miraculous plant and we know that it has been vilified for the last 100 years, and it's time to change that in Oklahoma."
 
The petition, which aims to legalize up to one ounce of recreational marijuana and three ounces of medical marijuana, would require at least 160,000 signatures from registered voters within three months to appear on the November statewide ballot.
 
Johnson, who has partnered up with Oklahoma City criminal defense lawyer David Slane to advance the initiative, blamed existing marijuana policies for filling up the state's prisons with "non-violent, marijuana possessing people."
 
The petition proposes a $7 tax per ounce of recreational marijuana, 30 percent of which would be directed to the Department of Education, 20 percent to the Oklahoma City County Health Department and the remainder to the general revenue fund.
 
"We've experienced anything from downright disregard to ignoring us to telling us to, 'Go to hell' pretty much. And this is where we've had to go," Johnson, who has previously made several unsuccessful attempts to reform Oklahoma's marijuana policies, said Friday. "We're taking this to a vote of the people because we know the people of the State of Oklahoma, in spite of what the policymakers refuse to do, want to have a voice on this matter."
 

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Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, June, 13th 2014 by THCFinder

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Jamaica to decriminalize personal marijuana possession

Category: Legalization | Posted on Fri, June, 13th 2014 by THCFinder
jamaica-marijuana-legalizationThe Jamaican government has decided to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana, joining the trickle of countries moving to soften laws on the drug known on the Caribbean island as "ganja."
 
Minister of Justice Mark Golding made the announcement at an afternoon news conference on Thursday saying that Jamaica's Dangerous Drugs Act would be formally amended this summer.
 
The cabinet of Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller made the decision on June 2, he said.
 
"Cabinet approved certain changes to the law relating to ganja. These relate to possession of small quantities of ganja for personal use, the smoking of ganja in private places and the use of ganja for medical-medicinal purposes," he said.
 
"Approval has been given also to a proposal for the decriminalization of the use of ganja for religious purposes," he said.
 
Uruguay recently became the latest country to legalize marijuana use, joining several countries in Europe as well as the U.S. states of Colorado and Washington. 
 
Possession of small quantities of the drug would become a non-arrestable, ticketable infraction in Jamaica resulting in a fine, Golding said.
 
"Too many of our young people have ended up with criminal convictions after being caught with a 'spliff,' something that has affected their ability to do things like get jobs and get visas to travel overseas," Golding said.
 
He added that the government would propose a bill in the Jamaican Parliament soon that will expunge the criminal records of people convicted for possession of small amounts of the drug, which is grown widely across Jamaica.
 

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Category: Fun | Posted on Fri, June, 13th 2014 by THCFinder

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Molybdenum Deficiency In Marijuana Plants

Category: Culture | Posted on Fri, June, 13th 2014 by THCFinder
molybdenum-deficiency-in-cannabis-plantsMolybdenum deficiencies are quite uncommon, but they do have a higher incidence in marijuana strains that change colors in cold temperatures. The symptoms will start with middle leaves that turn yellow. The signs of the deficiency will move toward the shoots and younger leaves as they become twisted and curled.
 
Leaves will turn pale and have a fringed or scorched look. Their growth will also slow or look strange. Older leaves that have experienced chlorosis will have rolled margins, slowed growth, and tips that curl inward and are red.
 
It’s not uncommon to falsely think that a molybdenum deficiency is actually a nitrogen deficiency. But, molybdenum affects the middle of the marijuana plant and then moves up (making it extremely mobile) while nitrogen starts out at the bottom. Download my free marijuana grow bible for more tips about nutrients and marijuana plants.
 
By contrast, an excess of molybdenum may resemble an iron or copper deficiency. Molybdenum primarily works from within enzymes to help transform nitrates into ammonia. The ammonia is important for protein production, making molybdenum rather essential.
 
Obviously, it’s important to stop a molybdenum deficiency before it even starts. Products like Marijuana Booster will certainly help with that endeavor. You may also want to use a foliar spray composed of water-soluble fertilizers. To avoid over-fertilization, use a small amount of a hydroponic micronutrient mix for this task. You can use them as foliar sprays or apply them directly to the soil.
 

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