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How Fiona Apple was caught carrying hashish in West Texas

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Fri, September, 21st 2012 by THCFinder
Singer-songwriter Fiona Apple was arrested for hashish possession at a West Texas Border Patrol checkpoint after a drug-sniffing dog detected marijuana in her tour bus.
Hudspeth County sheriff's office spokesman Rusty Fleming told the Associated Press on Thursday that Apple spent Wednesday night in the county jail in Sierra Blanca. Apple was released Thursday after posting bail.
Country singer Willie Nelson, rapper Snoop Dogg and actor Armand "Armie" Hammer also have been arrested in Sierra Blanca on marijuana charges.
Hammer was arrested on Nov. 20, 2011. The 25-year-old, who starred with Leonardo DiCaprio in "J. Edgar," spent about a day in jail before paying a $1,000 bond. El Paso's district attorney declined to prosecute because a felony requires more than 4 ounces of actual marijuana, reported The Dallas Morning News.
In Apple's arrest, Mr. Fleming said that after the dog alerted the Border Patrol agent, the artist's bus was searched. Police found the drugs in a backpack — about four grams of marijuana and a plastic bag with about four grams of a clay-like substance that tested positive for hashish were stored in a glass container, the sheriff's office said in a press release.
Apple admitted the drugs were hers, the release said.
The Sierra Blanca checkpoint inspects thousands of vehicles daily and sends the county thousands of drug cases yearly.
Apple "had a little tiny amount of pot and hash," Fleming said. While marijuana possession in small amounts is a misdemeanor, the Texas Controlled Substance Act says possession of hashish in any quantity is a felony.


Who's ready for a Joint?

Category: Fun | Posted on Fri, September, 21st 2012 by THCFinder



Students at Boston University on Legalizing Medical Marijuana

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Fri, September, 21st 2012 by THCFinder

On November 6, Massachusetts' residents will vote on a ballot initiative that would legalize medical marijuana. The measure would allow people with glaucoma and chronic illnesses that cause severe pain to buy marijuana with a doctor's written recommendation, at designated dispensaries.


With the election just weeks away, this week's "YouSpeak" asked Boston University students: Should medical marijuana be legalized?


Every student said yes, although many qualified their answers to include a well-regulated system with good oversight. This is obviously a small sample of the student body at BU, but you’ll notice not one person said, “oh no, we can’t have that, it will send the wrong message to kids, there is already medicine on the market for these ailments,” etc.


Younger generations don’t look at medical marijuana as something that is evil, but as something that can be very helpful if it’s done right. The stigma attached to marijuana, even medicinal marijuana, is recognized mainly by those who were born before the hippie generation that came of age in the 1960’s. Those born after don’t see a stigma, they tend to see more of an opportunity to be compassionate.


It’s up to the younger generations to vote.



What are you Smoking on?

Category: Tokers | Posted on Fri, September, 21st 2012 by THCFinder



Why Medical Marijuana Patients Protested Obama Campaign Headquarters Nationwide

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Fri, September, 21st 2012 by THCFinder

The Executive Director of Americans for Safe Access ( – Steph Sherer – wrote an op-ed in The Huffington Post yesterday on why advocates felt the need to hold a nationwide protest of President Obama’s medical marijuana policy on Thursday, September 20th.


“My organization,” she writes, “Americans for Safe Access, has been engaging voters since July with our Camp WakeUpObama campaign, helping to give a voice to patients and their families. Today campers mark the end of summer with nationwide rallies outside of Obama's campaign offices, because we're not being invited inside. Things would be different if the President would apply his campaign slogan, "Forward," to our cause: stopping the raids and prosecutions of state-permitted institutions, and moving public health policy forward by ending the conflict between state and federal law.


“I can't ignore the fact that many responses to Camp WakeUpObama have been critical and to those of you who disapprove I ask, what else are patients supposed to do? In asking President Obama to fulfill his stated policy of respecting state compassionate use laws, we are not asking him to do anything unpopular: 80% of Americans support safe access to medical cannabis, 74% are against the stepped-up raids and prosecutions and Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson is polling at 7% in Colorado campaigning on this issue. Even two-thirds of Republicans support state medical cannabis laws. With the public on our side, why should patients and our loved ones be silent?


“Camp WakeUpObama is not about encouraging people to vote for Romney or any other challenger, but about expressing our own points of view. When I wrote during the Democratic National Convention that pro-marijuana candidate Gary Johnson's poll numbers could make him a spoiler in the crucial swing state of Colorado, I wasn't criticizing third-party supporters, I was showing Democrats the proof that their standard-bearer's wrong-headed cannabis crackdown is costing the party votes. I never thought that Mitt Romney's campaign would be emailing reporters our talking points or that his vice-presidential nominee would publicly support state decisions on marijuana law. Though a lot has happened in the past few months, it's not too late for Obama to seize the issue.”


Will Obama seize the issue, or will he wait until after his likely reelection to do anything about stopping the crackdown? Or will he continue on as he is now?




What's in your Bowl?

Category: Tokers | Posted on Fri, September, 21st 2012 by THCFinder



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