Lady Gaga Dressed as Marijuana for Halloween
Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, November, 1st 2012 by THCFinder
Lady Gaga got highly creative for Halloween on Wednesday night, dressing as a marijuana plant for a party in Puerto Rico.
The “Bad Romance” singer tweeted, “So i was weed for halloween. BEST COSTUME EVER ITS SO FUN,” calling herself “Princess High the Cannabis Queen.”
Gaga first performed a concert for her “Monster Ball” tour in Puerto Rico, and then threw a Halloween “rave” for her friends afterwards.
She wrote, “Had such a blast tonight. the show, the rumba afterward. Puerto Rico knows how to have fun.”
One of Gaga’s pals dressed as her, and looked exactly like the singer.
Blackberry Soda Cannabis
Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, November, 1st 2012 by THCFinder
Voters take up marijuana laws in 6 states this election
Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Thu, November, 1st 2012 by THCFinder
LOWELL, Mass. - Karen Hawkes was just 38 when a stroke robbed her of almost everything.
Hawkes, from the seaside community of Rowley just north of Boston, was forced to abandon her law-enforcement career. Chronic pain made it difficult to care for her two young children.
Pharmaceutical painkillers left her mind foggy following that 2006 stroke, but Hawkes eventually discovered something that eased her pain and allowed her to function: marijuana.
Rowley, and many others who suffer from chronic pain, are paying close attention to the Nov. 6 election, when six states, including Massachusetts, will vote on ballot initiatives related to marijuana use.
In Massachusetts, Ballot Question 3 seeks to make the state the 17th in the nation to allow marijuana to be used for medicinal purposes. No state has legalized marijuana, but that could soon change.
Polls suggest Washington could be the first state to wholly legalize marijuana. Voters will be asked to make the drug available for sale to people 21 and over at state-licensed marijuana stores.
In Colorado, a ballot measure seeks to legalize limited possession of marijuana. The measure would allow people to grow up to six marijuana plants in their homes and also legalize marijuana sales at regulated retail stores.
Similar legalization is on the ballot in Oregon, but support for that measure lags in the polls.
Voters in Arkansas, meanwhile, will decide if marijuana can be used for medical purposes. Montana is considering a measure that would tighten its existing medical marijuana law.
Read more: http://www.sgvtribune.com
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