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How Colorado plans to regulate the pot market

Category: News | Posted on Wed, May, 29th 2013 by THCFinder
Colorado made history Tuesday when Governor John Hickenlooper signed six bills into law that will govern the cultivation, sale, and taxation of recreational marijuana, creating the first legal framework in the U.S. for recreational marijuana use.
 
Last November, Coloradans voted to approve a constitutional amendment on recreational marijuana. The measure, Amendment 64, will allow Colorado adults–21 and older–to purchase up to one ounce of marijuana for recreational use from specialty marijuana dispensaries (which could open as soon as January) and to grow up to six marijuana plants–with only three flowering at a given time–in their homes.
 
Video surveillance of pot growing will become established by an agency that will oversee seed-to-sale tracking next year.
 
The measure also limits possession up to an ounce for personal use. And selling marijuana without a license, purchasing marijuana from a party who is not licensed as well as public use of marijuana will remain illegal.
 
For the first few months, Colorado’s marijuana industry be restricted to individuals and shops licensed to sell or produce medical marijuana. Licenses will be granted only to residents of two years, and investors will also need to meet the residency requirements.
 
The new regulations also establish a legal limit to how much marijuana an individual can have in his or her system while driving–comparable to blood-alcohol levels. Drivers would violate the law if their bloodstream contains more than 5 nanograms per milliliter of THC, the psychoactive chemical in marijuana.
 
Read more: http://tv.msnbc.com

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Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, May, 29th 2013 by THCFinder

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How To Make A Marijuana Pipe Out Of Lifesavers

Category: Fun | Posted on Wed, May, 29th 2013 by THCFinder

 
Master Bong is truly the MacGyver of marijuana. I have seen him make a pipe out of just about anything and everything imaginable, and also out of things that I have never thought possible. I have met him many times, and consider him to be a true friend, and I encourage everyone to visit his site. If you ever want to blow your friend’s minds with something awesome/crazy/funky, I can assure you he is the first place you should look to build your skills.
 
Today Master Bong teaches us how to make a marijuana pipe out of lifesavers. This is a great thing to know in case you are without a smoking device, or if you are in a place that you need to smoke, but don’t want to leave anything behind. I know I’m in that situation whenever I travel.
 

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What's the future of LA's marijuana dispensaries?

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Wed, May, 29th 2013 by THCFinder
David Welch has been fighting the city of Los Angeles and its attempts to regulate medical marijuana dispensaries for more than five years. An attorney who represents more than 40 dispensaries in the city, Welch said the passage of Measure D by L.A. voters last week makes that fight a lot tougher now.
 
“The public and the courts may no longer have a stomach for endless marijuana litigation,” Welch said. “People want it to be done.”
 
That does not mean his clients are not considering a lawsuit challenging Measure D, which allows only the 135 dispensaries that first registered with the city in 2007. Welch argues that’s an unfair and arbitrary way to regulate businesses.
 
But he and others who follow the legal battles say the California Supreme Court’s recent ruling allowing cities to ban dispensaries outright make legal challenges to local regulations more difficult. Welch is issuing a new warning to the pot shops he advises that are among the 135.
 
“I’m advising them that when Measure D goes into effect, they are obligated to close,” he said.  Several of Welch’s clients declined to be interviewed.
 
Estimates vary widely on the number of pot shops affected.
 
For now, some appear to be operating as if there was no election. Because of the nature of the business, no one at a dispensary agreed to be quoted. But one man who answered the phone at a downtown L.A. shop seemed unconcerned.
 
“Everybody is just like, chill back. Ya know, it's like normal," he said.
 
He said he’s seen the city go after pot shops before.
 
“It's pretty much like a threat, trying to scare people. But it doesn’t happen,” he said.
 
City officials said this time is different. It’s the first time voters have enacted a limit, said Special Assistant City Attorney Jane Usher. She is overseeing the enforcement of Measure D.
 
Read more: http://www.scpr.org

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