Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, January, 20th 2012 by THCFinder
Smooth as Ice
Category: Fun | Posted on Fri, January, 20th 2012 by THCFinder
Snoop Dogg Hasn't Smoked Blue Ivy Weed Yet
Category: Celebrities | Posted on Fri, January, 20th 2012 by THCFinder
Of all the celebrities out there, you’d think Snoop Dogg would be the one who had tried to the new OG Blue Ivy brand of marijuana that has been floating around dispensaries in Los Angeles.
But the rapper, who was arrested for possession recently, says he’s been too busy with his own brand of weed.
Snoop apparently has some weed named after himself and has yet to come across the strain named for Jay-Z and Beyonce’s new baby.
He told TMZ, “I ain’t never heard of the new Blue Ivy, I’m on that Snoop Dogg Master Kush, that’s what I’m addicted to right now.”
The rapper also told TMZ that he has a new cigar line called Executive Branch that will feature cigars of a natural size but have “a little more class.”
21 gram party bowl!
Category: Tokers | Posted on Fri, January, 20th 2012 by THCFinder
Now thats what i'm talking about.
Arizona Is Ordered to Allow Pot Sales
Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Fri, January, 20th 2012 by THCFinder
A state judge has ordered Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer to fully implement a law passed by voters that allows medical-marijuana dispensaries in the state.
The judge also struck down several state regulations that concern the licensing of marijuana dispensaries.
The ruling, filed Wednesday, can be challenged but potentially clears the way for pot dispensaries to open in Arizona more than a year after voters approved them. A spokesman for Ms. Brewer said Thursday she hasn't decided about whether to appeal the ruling.
In 2010, Arizona voters passed a medical-marijuana law that allows patients to procure the drug from nonprofit dispensaries and designated care-givers. Ms. Brewer has consistently opposed the law.
Nearly 18,000 people in Arizona have permission to possess pot for medical use, state records show. Though dispensaries have so far been barred from opening, Arizona law allows patients and designated caregivers to grow small amounts of marijuana.
After the state law was passed, Dennis Burke, the Arizona U.S. attorney at the time, sent Ms. Brewer a letter reminding her that marijuana still is illegal under federal law.
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