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Chicago proposes tough rules on medical marijuana

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Fri, November, 29th 2013 by THCFinder
chicago-mmj-proposal-rulesNovember 27, 2013 (CHICAGO) -- Officials in Chicago have proposed strict regulations about where marijuana can be grown and dispensed in the city when it becomes legal in January.
 
Alderman Ed Burke and the city's Department of Planning and Development have been working on legislation in anticipation of a state law that will make Illinois the 20th state in the nation to allow medical marijuana. The measure must go to the full City Council for final approval.
 
The Chicago Sun-Times reports that the proposed legislation would only allow marijuana dispensaries and growing centers in manufacturing district. It also would require special use permits.
 
The measure would allow 22 cultivation centers in Chicago. It would prohibit them from opening within 2,500 feet of a school, day care center or residential area.
 

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Hells Angel OG Nugs

Category: Nugs | Posted on Fri, November, 29th 2013 by THCFinder

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Mass. activists push to fully legalize marijuana

Category: Legalization | Posted on Fri, November, 29th 2013 by THCFinder
mass-activists-want-legal-mmjBOSTON — Pro-marijuana activists in Massachusetts have already succeeded in paving the way for dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries and decriminalizing possession of small amounts of the drug.
 
Now many of those same activists have set their sights on the full legalization of marijuana for adults, effectively putting the drug on a par with alcohol and cigarettes.
 
And those activists — as they have in the past — are again hoping to make their case directly to voters.
 
The group Bay State Repeal says it's planning to put the proposal on the state's 2016 ballot. The group is first planning to test different versions of the measure by placing nonbinding referendum questions on next year's ballot in about a dozen state representative districts.
 
Those nonbinding questions are intended to gauge voter support for possible variations of the final, binding question.
 
Bill Downing, a member of Bay State Repeal, said the state should legalize marijuana for many reasons, especially since the use of marijuana no longer carries the stigma it once did and many people smoke the drug despite laws against it.
 
"That's the problem with the marijuana laws," Downing said. "There's no moral impact anymore because the laws don't reflect our common values."
 
The activists have some reason to be hopeful. Not only have Massachusetts voters twice supported past efforts to ease restrictions on marijuana, but other states and cities have also recently moved toward lifting prohibitions on the drug.
 
Last year, voters made Washington and Colorado the first states to legalize the sale of taxed marijuana to adults over 21 at state-licensed stores.
 
This month, voters in Portland, Maine, overwhelmingly passed a question making it legal for adults 21 and over to possess up to 2½ ounces of pot but not purchase, sell or use it in public.
 

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Girl Scout Cookies (Hybrid)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, November, 28th 2013 by THCFinder

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Indoor Vs Outdoor Cannabis

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Thu, November, 28th 2013 by THCFinder
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The way that weed is grown greatly effects the end result. If the plant isn't raised correctly or fed the right way, it's not going to produce quality smoking buds. Not only that but there is indoor grown cannabis and outdoor grown. Surprisingly, the two have really different qualities about them. Since the conditions that they're growing in are so different, the buds produced vary in size, shape, and color.
 
Most people prefer to grow indoors. There are more variables that can be controlled, such as light time and temperature, not to mention pest control is far easier. You can also grow year round with indoor. For a lot of people, winter gets too harsh to be able to grow outdoors. Indoor plants can be grown as long as they need to be to get the highest yield possible. On the downside, growing indoors can be extremely pricey. Between the electricity bills and the cost of the supplies, growing indoors requires a substantial down payment if you're looking to get a good grow started.
 
Outdoor weed always carries the smell of the outside with it. Even if it's faint, one can usually tell what plant surrounded the cannabis as it grew. Not to mention your plants have unlimited amounts of space to grow, allowing them to reach tree height if they're allowed to. The sun is also the best lighting that a plant get. There is no bulb that can compare to sunlight and therefore, the plants get what they need from the sun. Unfortunately, you're at the mercy of the elements and hungry animals. Deer are notorious for eating pot plants. What also much be taken in to account is thieves. If someone discovers your grow spot, you could end up with no plants at all.
 
Most of the time, the weed depends on geography. Warmer climates will obviously have primarily outdoor grows. Colder places will usually have a grow outside during the warmer months but continue to grow indoors year round, which actually turns out pretty good. Or a warm climate with both indoor and outdoor. Whatever the case is, if you're growing, props to you! It's a difficult task to grow cannabis well and you hard workers should know that you're appreciated! And to the smokers, enjoy whatever weed you like smoking! Stay high!

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Where is your Favorite Smoke spot at?

Category: Tokers | Posted on Thu, November, 28th 2013 by THCFinder

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