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Red Dragon - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, October, 15th 2014 by THCFinder

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Red Dragon - Hybrid

Red Dragon is a hybrid strain whose effects creep up on you, but they last a long time. A strong piney aroma combines with a bitter taste. Great for stress and pain relief.


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Steelers' Bell hoping to get first-offender's deal in marijuana case

Category: News | Posted on Wed, October, 15th 2014 by THCFinder
steelers-player-charged-for-marijuanaPittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell waived his right to a preliminary hearing on marijuana possession and driving under the influence charges and hopes to enter a first-offender's program that could result in the charges being dismissed and his record expunged, his attorney said Wednesday.
 
Defense attorney Robert Del Greco Jr. said Bell is also being tested for drugs weekly under NFL rules and will likely face a two-game NFL suspension once the criminal case wraps up, probably early next year.
Bell didn't comment before or after the hearing, but Del Greco described the player as "a 22-year-old who recognizes his mistake."
 
"By all indications from what I can tell, hopefully Le'Veon will never be standing next to a criminal defense attorney again," Del Greco said.
 
Bell and fellow Steelers running back LeGarrette Blount, were arrested Aug. 20 after a motorcycle officer in Ross Township, outside Pittsburgh, smelled marijuana coming from a vehicle the men were in with a female friend.
Police contend the players acknowledged buying and smoking some of the pot, though Bell told police he wasn't high when pulled over at 1:30 p.m.
 
Blount's preliminary hearing has been moved to Dec. 10 because of a scheduling conflict by his defense attorney, Casey White. White told The Associated Press that he's also spoken to Allegheny County prosecutors about whether Blount might also enter the first-offender's program, but said that and other aspects of the case remained up in the air.
 
Under the program, defendants don't plead guilty but are placed on probation, usually for a year. They can ask the court to dismiss the charges and clear their arrest record if they complete the probation without incident.
 

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What are you puffing on today???

Category: Tokers | Posted on Wed, October, 15th 2014 by THCFinder

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Another Poll Shows Florida Medical Marijuana Initiative Very Close

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Wed, October, 15th 2014 by THCFinder
florida-mmj-polls-closeOnce upon a time Florida’s medical marijuana initiative looked like it would win by a large margin. I saw a poll that put support for the initiative as high as 88%. A lot has changed since then. Conservative funder Sheldon Adelson has pumped millions of dollars into the opposition’s campaign, and the opposition’s campaign has resorted to some very shady tactics. The no on Amendment 2 campaign even went as far as putting out advertising suggesting that medical marijuana cookies would become the new date rape drug of choice. This enormous level of shady propaganda seems to have changed some minds, as the the most recent poll shows the medical marijuana initiative losing by a small margin. Per Fire Dog Lake:
 
Indications are that the fight for medical marijuana in Florida will be extremely tight. A new Gravis Marketing poll finds Amendment 2, the Use of Marijuana for Certain Medical Conditions, falls just short of what is needed for approval.
 
The survey of likely voters found 55 percent planning to voter for the medical marijuana amendment and 39 percent planning to vote against. An additional 7 percent are still unsure how they will vote.
 
Normally 55% would be more than enough for an initiative to win. However, in Florida constitutional amendments require at least 60% of the vote to pass. Come on Florida, help rock the vote next month. Tell everyone you know to vote for the initiative. Point to the other almost two dozen states that have legalized medical marijuana and point to the fact that it is helping sick people in those states. The sky is still in tact in those states, just as it will stay in tact if/when Florida legalizes medical marijuana. Suffering patients in Florida desperately need Amendment 2 to pass!
 

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Ghost OG - Hybrid Cannabis

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, October, 15th 2014 by THCFinder

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Anaheim pulls plug in effort to eliminate medical marijuana shops that open illegally in city

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Wed, October, 15th 2014 by THCFinder
mmj-shops-in-anaheim-being-closed-downANAHEIM, CALIF. –  Anaheim is literally pulling the plug on pot shops that keep popping up despite a law forbidding the businesses.
 
Officials have used its operation of utilities to cut off water and power to dispensaries in the city that's home to Disneyland, the Orange County Register reported Tuesday (http://bit.ly/1v7AWZb).
 
Nine shops closed last month and eight others will likely shut down by the end of the week, Anaheim spokeswoman Ruth Ruiz said. Another 11 will soon be ordered to close or lose their water and power.
 
"It's worked so far, but if we find that they are still operating, then we will find a way to shut down these businesses," Ruiz said.
 
State voters legalized medical marijuana 20 years ago, but the California Supreme Court ruled last year that cities can choose to forbid dispensaries. Anaheim banned the shops but that hasn't kept them from doing business.
 
Councilwoman Kris Murray applauded the denial of water and power as a good first step but also wants the city attorney to penalize landlords who look the other way when renting property to pot shop owners.
 
Dispensaries can face criminal charges and fines up to $1,000 a day for operating in the city.
 
One resident said she was surprised by the strong whiff of marijuana when she entered what she thought was a traditional walk-in medical clinic that had opened in her neighborhood.
 
"I'm neutral on the idea of medical marijuana, but I don't like seeing changes like this in my neighborhood," Joelle Kuykendall said. "I'm really disappointed. I hope the city finds a way to fix this."
 

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