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Category: Fun | Posted on Mon, August, 7th 2017 by THCFinder


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Workaholics - It's Kicking In

Category: Videos | Posted on Mon, August, 7th 2017 by THCFinder


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Felony Charges Follow Raid on Legal Cannabis Company Med-West

Category: News | Posted on Mon, August, 7th 2017 by THCFinder

In an egregious and unnecessary use of force, the doors to the warehouse of cannabis company Med-West in Kearney Mesa, an industrial neighborhood in San Diego, were busted apart by heavily armed police officers in tactical gear—a raid more appropriate for a SWAT team attempting a hostage rescue from weapon-wielding criminals.  It was not the entrance required to serve a warrant to a businessman like James Slatic, who was operating his company within California cannabis law.

The story would be tragic enough if this had occurred in the ‘80s, when all cannabis business operated in a clandestine modus operandi, pre-dating the multi-billion-dollar tax-paying cannabis industry of today. But this happened in January of 2016, in a city with clear cannabis regulations that James Slatic and his business Med-West followed to the letter. Additionally, Slatic, as one of the founders of the California Cannabis Industry Association, and a friend of many California State and local politicians, had an insider’s view of the ever-changing cannabis industry legislation. California Assemblyman Rob Bonta, Slatic said, “couldn’t believe we were raided.” According to Slatic, an astonished Bonta told him, “I know you were covered by the law, because I wrote it.”

Read More:http://hightimes.com/news/felony-charges-follow-raid-on-legal-cannabis-company-med-west/


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NFL Owners Agree To Consider Letting Players Use Medical Marijuana

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Mon, August, 7th 2017 by THCFinder

The National Football League is back in action this weekend—if you count preseason games as "action"—after taking a tiny step toward maybe, possibly, someday letting players use marijuana to treat pain.

NFL owners agreed to work together with the NFL Players Association on a study to determine the effectiveness of marijuana as a medical treatment. Yes, there have already been numerous studies on the medical value of marijuana—29 states have legalized the drug for that reason—but this seemingly small step is a pretty big shift for the league, which has always maintained a strict prohibitionist stanceon pot.

"Certainly the research about marijuana and really more particularly cannabinoid compounds as they may relate to the treatment of both acute and chronic pain, that is an area of research that we need a lot more information on and we need to further develop," Allen Sills, a Vanderbilt University neurosurgeon hired earlier this year to be the NFL's chief medical officer, said in an interview with The Washington Post. Sills said examining the feasibility of players using marijuana to manage the pain that comes from repeated full-speed collisions with other muscle-bound athletes was "really important" to players' long term health.

Read More:http://reason.com/blog/2017/08/06/nfl-owners-agree-to-consider-letting-pla


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