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Indiana crime bill could get tougher on marijuana

Category: News | Posted on Thu, March, 28th 2013 by THCFinder
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The proposed overhaul of Indiana's criminal sentencing laws could get tougher penalties for marijuana possession and dealing after Gov. Mike Pence said he wanted it stricter on low-level drug offenders.
 
A state Senate committee is expected to vote Thursday on increasing the felony and misdemeanor levels of the marijuana crimes.
 
That is part of a broad plan that aims to direct more people convicted of low-level felonies to work release and other local programs rather than sending them to prison. It also would require those convicted of the most serious crimes to spend more time in prison.
 
Pence told reporters last week that he believed the bill should send a message that the state is tough on drug dealers.
 
The House approved the bill by a wide margin last month.
 

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Shorty and Fatty

Category: Tokers | Posted on Thu, March, 28th 2013 by THCFinder


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Two St. Louis Officers Questioned After Marijuana Never Reported

Category: News | Posted on Thu, March, 28th 2013 by THCFinder
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) — Two St. Louis Police officers are being asked “Where’s the pot?” This after dashboard camera footage shows one of the officers confiscating a small bag of what appeared to be marijuana during a traffic stop, but that bad never made it to evidence.
 
This happened in February, but an audit of dashboard camera footage uncovered the discrepancy.
 
Police Chief Sam Dotson told KMOX he doesn’t believe there was any wrongdoing. “I have no reason to believe the officer kept the marijuana for personal use, I have no reason to believe they kept for sale.
 

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Wouldn't you love to Smoke with Bill Murray?

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, March, 28th 2013 by THCFinder


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Hawaiian Passion

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, March, 28th 2013 by THCFinder

Hawaiian Passion  - Hybrid


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Seeds vs Clones

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Thu, March, 28th 2013 by THCFinder
These days it seems Cannabis growers only talk about using clones. A clone is a cutting from a ‘mother plant’ and according to Wikipedia any organism whose genetic information is identical to that of a parent organism from which it was created . Many medical marijuana dispensaries offer clones for sale as a service to their patients.  The advantages would seem obvious, you know what strain it is, what you can expect for yield and strength. And for an indoor grower it shortens the entire cycle by a month or more.
 
However there are other growers that rarely use clones if at all. The anti-clone argument goes like this: Annual plants like cannabis were never “designed” to be maintained for years and years in order to maintain “clone only” varieties. Because these plants do not live for more than a year in natural conditions, perpetually fighting off environmental stresses, diseases and insects weakens the “vigor” of the genetics. The original plant from seed is capable of yielding more than a cloned offspring- the difference in yield only increases with time.
 
Cannabis plants grown from seed produce a Tap Root, cloned plants simply cannot-they produce a fibrous root system only. The Tap Root is a survival advantage in nature, as it is in any growing condition. A tap root not only more firmly anchors the plant down for better support, it is capable of driving downward to great depths in search of water and nutrients; an immeasurable advantage when growing outdoor crops in hot and dry conditions.
 
Indoor growers will tend to use clones more than outdoor growers for those reasons. Another advantage to seeds is a legal and practical one.
 

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