Tasty El Fuego bud
Category: Nugs | Posted on Mon, February, 6th 2012 by THCFinder
A lovely Macro shot of those amazing Trichomes. Find this awesome bud at OCPC in Santa Ana, California
Happy Birthday Bob Marley
Category: Celebrities | Posted on Mon, February, 6th 2012 by THCFinder
Mile High club
Category: Tokers | Posted on Mon, February, 6th 2012 by THCFinder
Are you in the mile High club?
Legal Recreational Marijuana: Not So Far Out
Category: Legalization | Posted on Mon, February, 6th 2012 by THCFinder
Could 2012 be the year that sets things in motion to finally see Marijuana legalized for Recreational use?
The drive to legalize marijuana has long been a fringe cause, associated with hard-core libertarians and college-age stoners. But it could go mainstream in a big way in this November’s election, when Washington could become the first state to legalize recreational pot use. If it does — or if voters in any of several other states do — this year could be a turning point in the nation’s treatment of marijuana.
The idea that a majority of voters could support legalizing marijuana may seem far out — but the polls say otherwise. In many states, the prolegalization and antilegalization camps are roughly equal in size. In a poll of Washington state voters released last month, supporters of the legalization referendum outnumbered opponents: 48% vs. 45%. And Washington probably won’t be the only state voting on marijuana this year. In Colorado, supporters last week fell about 3,000 signatures short of getting a legalization measure on the ballot — but the law gave them 15 days to collect the rest, and it seems likely they will. Activists are also collecting signatures in other states, including California, Michigan and Montana.
For years, the debate over marijuana has been focused on a narrower question: medical marijuana. The argument that cancer patients and others with chronic pain should be able to alleviate it by using marijuana has been prevailing in state after state. Today, 16 states — including Washington and Colorado — and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana for medical purposes.
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