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Free Marijuana Job Fair Coming To Las Vegas

Category: Events | Posted on Thu, May, 21st 2015 by THCFinder

now hiring marijuana job jobsIf you are looking to get into the Nevada marijuana industry, there is a free job fair coming up next month. Below are the details, via the events Facebook page:

When: Sunday, June 14, 2015 from 12:30pm – 6:30pm

Where: Plaza Hotel, 1 Main Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101, 800-634-6575

Cost: Free Admission – Open to the public
Industry Speakers: Take the podium at 1:00 pm sharp

Movers and Shakers: Talk one-on-one with Nevada-licensed cannabis cultivation, production, dispensary and testing facility owners, as well as a variety of cannabis industry booths/vendors. Local experts will also be speaking about this exciting new industry and what it takes to become a part of it.

Networking 101: Use every opportunity to talk with people. You never know what direction your employment search will take.

Come Prepared: Dress professionally. Bring copies of your resume, business cards (if applicable), and a list of references.

Engage: Shake hands, be attentive, upbeat, and positive, ask questions, collect business cards, and take notes.

Attend the Oaksterdam University Classic Seminar June 12-15: Nothing makes a candidate stand out more than a strong cannabis education and Oaksterdam University is the most reputable and recognizable cannabis college in the United States.

Thank People You Meet: Thank them in person, send a follow up thank you note or email and let them know you’re interested in their company and what they do.

Event Banner by @Harebear on instagram

Source:http://www.theweedblog.com/free-marijuana-job-fair-coming-to-las-vegas/


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Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders Supports Marijuana Decriminalization, Possibly Legalization

Category: News | Posted on Thu, May, 21st 2015 by THCFinder

Those concerned that the next U.S. president won’t be as amenable to marijuana as the Obama administration might consider voting for Democratic nominee and current U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who voiced his outright support for decriminalization—and perhaps eventually backing full cannabis legalization—on Tuesday.

Sanders made his optimistic remarks during a Q&A session on Reddit, the social media website that enables registered users to directly participate in interviews with celebs and politicians.
One Reddit user who goes by the handle “ynmidk” referenced a 2014 Time interview in which Sanders opined that pot decriminalization is “not a major issue,” while adding that he would “look into it.” The user then asked  Sanders if he, “could... update us on your position regarding the war on drugs?”

Sanders responded that he supported his home state of Vermont's decision to decriminalize small amounts of personal pot. He added that when he served as mayor of Burlington, his administration ensured “very few people were arrested for smoking marijuana. Our police had more important things to do.”

Sanders then implicated he may well broaden his perspective.

“Colorado has led the effort towards legalizing marijuana and I’m going to watch very closely to see the pluses and minuses of what they have done," he said. "I will have more to say about this issue within the coming months.”

Read More:http://www.hightimes.com/read/presidential-candidate-bernie-sanders-supports-marijuana-decriminalization-possibly


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Dab Life.

Category: Concentrates | Posted on Wed, May, 20th 2015 by THCFinder


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Texas House Approves Worthless Medical Marijuana Bill, Likely Will Become Law

Category: News | Posted on Wed, May, 20th 2015 by THCFinder

Texas may be on its way to legalizing medical marijuana, but many proponents say the bill is completely worthless in its current form. Nevertheless, the state’s House of Representatives put their preliminarily seal of approval on a measure earlier this week, aimed at providing “low-THC” cannabis oil to patients suffering from epilepsy and other chronic conditions.

Senate Bill 339, which was introduced by Senator Kevin Eltife, was passed by the state Senate in early May. On Monday, the House announced its support for the measure in a vote of 96 to 34, a move that has earned the “Texas Compassionate Use Act” a ticket to Governor Greg Abbott’s office for either his signature or a veto.

Marijuana activists claim this toe-in-the-water approach to establishing a statewide medical marijuana program will do nothing to actually provide patients who qualify under its restrictive nature with the medicine they need. The Marijuana Policy Project’s Heather Fazio recently pointed out in an interview with CBS News that it will be impossible for patients to get their hands on cannabis oil because the legislation forces doctors to “prescribe” the herb rather than issue recommendations. This, of course, is a major cause for concern since it is illegal in the eyes of the federal government for physicians to “prescribe” cannabis. And doing so could result in the revocation of their license to prescribe all medications.

Read More:http://www.hightimes.com/read/texas-house-approves-worthless-medical-marijuana-bill-likely-will-become-law


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