The Green Rush
Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, October, 31st 2013 by THCFinder
Within the next few years, marijuana will probably be legalized. With the new study that was released this Tuesday, saying that 58% of Americans back the legalization of cannabis, the facts are facts. If America wants to smoke, we should definitely be able to smoke! But as with anything that stands to make a lot of money, there are things to watch out for if you're thinking about jumping on the green rush bandwagon.
Even though medical and recreational marijuana are positive things, people are not all for the cause. While they're on the green rush, their idea of green is not the same as ours. As we're fighting for cannabis to be an accepted medicine, these evildoers are preparing to scam people out of their hard earned money. Investing in cannabis as it gains popularity will definitely make some people money but it'll be those that are lucky and smart about it.
This industry will not only make people a lot of money but if investing with scammers, there is a lot of money to be lost. People think that an exploding industry such as marijuana is something that everyone can make money off of but it's not about the money. Patients deserve to get a medicine that is proven to work and work well, with very little negative side effects for the users. It's slightly unsettling to think that marijuana, like every other product ever, will at some point be a commercialized business with the potential for extreme corruption, as we're already beginning to see.
Marijuana hasn't been legalized yet but there are stocks already available for purchase in the cannabis market. These stocks are dirt cheap, most of the time they're $0.01 a share. But be warned; buying any marijuana stock from an unknown source could result in a severe financial loss. If investing in medical marijuana is something you're interested in, be sure that you research the companies first and do so through a legitimate institution. There's nothing wrong with investing but it is necessary to do it right, especially in a business like cannabis that will absolutely take over the market when it becomes legal.
Larry OG Medical Cannabis
Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, October, 31st 2013 by THCFinder
Santa Ana home to remaining O.C. pot shops
Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Thu, October, 31st 2013 by THCFinder
In a county where there were once hundreds of pot shops, now there are 29, and they are all in Santa Ana.
Nearly six months after the state Supreme Court ruled municipalities can ban storefront marijuana dispensaries using their land-use powers, Orange County cities and law enforcement have run out most of the shops selling to medical marijuana patients.
Article Tab: Most Orange County storefront pot shops closed after a May state Supreme Court decision that allowed cities to ban them. Suite A Laguna Health was the last surviving pot shop in south Orange County, and was shuttered in late August. The space, in a strip mall on Crown Valley Parkway, is now empty and up for lease.
Garden Grove closed more than 60 shops after the May 6 decision, said Community Development Director Susan Emery.
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