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Boulder allows adults 21 and over to smoke marijuana on private property

Category: Legalization | Posted on Thu, April, 18th 2013 by THCFinder
BOULDER, Colo. - Boulder will allow adults 21 and over to smoke pot on private property, even if others can see it and smell it.
 
The city council voted unanimously Tuesday night to specify that people who are legally allowed to smoke marijuana have the right to smoke it on private property.
 
But the city -- and the state -- are still conflicted over the sale and regulation of recreational marijuana.
 
The University of Colorado - Boulder banned people from holding 4/20 rallies on campus on Saturday.
 
Retail marijuana shops can't open until next year in Boulder.
 
Longmont is already taking steps to block stores from selling recreational marijuana there.  Tuesday night they voted unanimously to start the process of banning pot shops.
 

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What's in your Joint?

Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, April, 18th 2013 by THCFinder


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Congressional Research Service says states can legalize cannabis

Category: News | Posted on Thu, April, 18th 2013 by THCFinder
The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is part of the Library of Congress, and it provides "policy and legal analysis to committees and Members of both the House and Senate, regardless of party affiliation." This month the CRS issued a report that says Colorado and Washington (where cannabis is legal, according to state laws) can't be coerced to enforcing federal cannabis laws.
 
"While the federal government can ban what it wants," reports Reason, "the Tenth Amendment allows the states to opt out of participating in the law or assisting in enforcement in any way, leaving federal officials to do the heavy lifting themselves." From the report, State Legalization of Recreational Marijuana: Selected Legal Issues:
 
Although the federal government may use its power of the purse to encourage states to adopt certain criminal laws, the federal government is limited in its ability to directly influence state policy by the Tenth Amendment, which prevents the federal government from directing states to enact specific legislation, or requiring state officials to enforce federal law. As such, the fact that the federal government has criminalized conduct does not mean that the state, in turn, must also criminalize or prosecute that same conduct.
 

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Kong bud

Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, April, 18th 2013 by THCFinder


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Skywalker OG Macro

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, April, 17th 2013 by THCFinder

  

Skywalker Og - Hybrid

Skywalker is a hybrid product of the blueberry and mazar strains. This Indica dominant strain is known to provide above average pain relief, headache management, appetite stimulation and heavy sedation. The skywalker strain is sticky and mildly fragrant with fruity undertones and a flowery scent similar to other indicas. The effects are immediate and last up to two hours.


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Poll: D.C. wants marijuana decriminalized

Category: News | Posted on Wed, April, 17th 2013 by THCFinder
Three-quarters of D.C. voters support decriminalizing marijuana and nearly two-thirds support fully legalizing the drug, according to poll released Wednesday by legalization advocates.
 
The Public Policy Polling survey found 63 percent of District residents would back legalizing marijuana by giving it the same legal treatment of alcohol, similar to what passed in Colorado and Washington state last November. Only 30 percent would oppose such a proposal. Support for decriminalizing the drug and making possession punishable by only a fine of up to $100 was higher, at 75 percent.
 
Majorities also supported allowing D.C. residents to own up to three marijuana plants for personal use without the threat of jail time and a maximum fine of $300 and changing the city’s existing medical marijuana laws to allow doctors to be prescribe the drug for any affliction. The law currently limits the prescriptions to cancer, AIDS, glaucoma and multiple sclerosis patients.
 
Mason Tvert, the communications director for the Marijuana Policy Project, told POLITICO the group and others were considering putting legalization or decriminalization on the ballot in 2014.
 
“It’s clear that voters in the District are looking for a new approach to the marijuana policy and we are committed to bringing that about.”
 

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