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Alaska Marijuana Control Board Delays Decision on Onsite Marijuana Consumption

Category: News | Posted on Fri, April, 14th 2017 by THCFinder

Social consumption of cannabis is a topic that is continually talked about in both marijuana industry and policy and an issue the Alaska Marijuana Control Board has been tasked with.  Both Portland and Denver are working hard to pioneer this space, but neither of these cities has gotten to a space where a program is fully rolled out.

However, Alaska is trying to change that.

The Alaska Marijuana Control Board in was recently expected to consider whether to move forward with proposed rules for allowing retail cannabis customers to consume their purchases on site, something that no other state that has legalized the recreational use of pot has allowed.  Unfortunately, discussions about onsite marijuana consumption have been delayed until next month by Alaska marijuana regulators.

Read More:https://www.theweedblog.com/alaska-marijuana-control-board-delays-decision-onsite-marijuana-consumption/


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Marijuana Seizures Surge in Hong Kong

Category: News | Posted on Fri, April, 14th 2017 by THCFinder

You can make an argument for Hong Kong, the former British colony turned international banking and cultural center, as the most liberal place in China.

With that statement, you would also likely offend some people, in both mainland China and in Hong Kong: While the city is officially part of China under the “one country, two systems” situation, Hong Kong has its own autonomous government, semi-democratic politics and capitalist economy and independent currency. And as you may have heard, there are an awful lot of people in Hong Kong who don’t take kindly to direction from Beijing.

But one thing Hong Kong has in common with the mainland is a total prohibition of drugs.

Some would argue it’s a cultural thing, as “recreational” drugs are what led to the Chinese having to hand over Hong Kong Island to the British in the first place. Nevertheless, the people of Hong Kong are like anyone anywhere else: They like to get high, and there are an increasing amount of opportunistic cannabis cultivators willing to risk life imprisonment to satiate that need.

Read More:http://hightimes.com/news/marijuana-seizures-surge-in-hong-kong/


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What strain are you smoking on today?

Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, April, 13th 2017 by THCFinder


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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - Franks Drug Trip

Category: Videos | Posted on Thu, April, 13th 2017 by THCFinder


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How America’s Drug War Is Affecting Illegal Immigration

Category: News | Posted on Thu, April, 13th 2017 by THCFinder

The firebrand opponents of undocumented immigration currently agitating for a looming wall on the U.S.-Mexico border—and calling for mass deportation of the people whose labor cares for our children, produces our food, builds our houses, and otherwise keeps the economy going—are also generally fans of the drug war.

The alt-right think-tank that generates what passes as policy for the Trump Administration is a prime example of this. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has harsh words for both marijuana legalization and “illegal immigrants.”

But in a twist, the drug war is making the immigration “problem” worse—in an unexpected way. Over the past year, there’s been a drop in the number of would-be migrants apprehended at the border, as The New York Times reports. Instead of people coming north, it’s money flowing south.

Read More:http://hightimes.com/news/how-americas-drug-war-is-affecting-illegal-immigration/


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