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Category: Concentrates | Posted on Wed, March, 6th 2013 by THCFinder

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Feds policy on Washingtons marijuana law still under wraps

Category: Legalization | Posted on Wed, March, 6th 2013 by THCFinder
At 7:13 a.m. Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont popped the question to federal Attorney General Eric Holder that so many in Colorado and Washington have been anxious about.
 
At a far-ranging Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Chairman Leahy asked Holder if he was prepared to announce the federal government’s response to new legal recreational marijuana laws in those two states.
 
Both states are moving ahead with implementing regulations, but could face lawsuits and prosecution from the federal government which considers all forms of marijuana a dangerous illegal drug.
 
Early risers in Colorado and Washington tuned into CSPAN did not get an answer.
 
Holder said he had “good conversations” with elected leaders in those states, including Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson.
 
“We expect our ability to announce a policy relatively soon,” Holder said.
 
In what Leahy then called a bit of editorializing, he suggested Holder’s Department of Justice should pursue “more serious things than minor possession of marijuana.”
 

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Sunset Beach Cannabis dispensary closes for license talks

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Wed, March, 6th 2013 by THCFinder
HUNTINGTON BEACH – The first medical marijuana dispensary to open its doors in Sunset Beach for two years closed Sunday so owners can meet with Huntington Beach officials about acquiring a business license, an owner said.
The dispensary, called Patient Med-Aid after the cooperative that founded it, had been operating without a license since it opened Feb. 4 at a storefront on Pacific Coast Highway near Warner Avenue.
 
Dispensaries in Sunset Beach had previously been closed by Orange County in January 2011 ahead of the community's annexation by Huntington Beach, which doesn't offer licenses for medical marijuana dispensaries.
But Patient Med-Aid co-owner Marla James said city officials seemed open to discussing that stance in talks that started Friday.
 
"Even just one dispensary in this area would be very helpful. That's something that's important, and the fact that we are working with the city will help," said James, a medical marijuana user confined to a wheelchair after losing a leg to diabetes.
 

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Gov. Christie: 'No crisis' because only one medical pot shop open

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Wed, March, 6th 2013 by THCFinder
JERSEY CITY — Gov. Chris Christie said the slow progress of the medical marijuana program in New Jersey, where hundreds of people are waiting to obtain the drug from the state's lone supplier, is not a "crisis."
 
The Star-Ledger reported today that two years after the Department of Health awarded six nonprofits to grow and sell medical marijuana, only Greenleaf Compassion Center in Montclair is operating, and its owners said they are not prepared to serve patients from across the state. The five other nonprofits have encountered difficulty finding communities willing to host them, and completing the state's lengthy vetting process.
 
Christie said the vetting process is tough for a reason.
 
"You look at what's going on across the country," Christie said, talking about lax enforcement of other medical marijuana programs. "Not going to happen in New Jersey. If they have to go through more regulatory hoops to make sure only the truly sick and suffering get this, then that is what we are going to do."
 
The nonprofits have struggled to find communities willing to host them. Some have described the state's vetting process as arduous and confusing.
 
"We will approve new dispensaries as they meet the requirements under the regulations. (Health) Commissioner (Mary) O'Dowd is working hard to get them through the regulatory requirements," Christie told reporters at a press conference in Jersey City.
 
Christie also took aim against Greenleaf, which has served 114 patients at least once since opening Dec. 6. The remaining 562 registered patients face a two month-long wait before they get their turn.
 
Read more: http://www.nj.com

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