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US Sen. Elizabeth Warren Is 'Open' To Legalizing Recreational Marijuana

Category: News | Posted on Fri, September, 4th 2015 by THCFinder

U.S. senator and democratic darling Elizabeth Warren has changed her stance on marijuana legalization. 

According to, she told Joshua Miller of The Boston Globe on Wednesday that she is now open to ballot questions seeking to legalize pot.

“You were opposed to legalization in 2012. As a Massachusetts voter, what’s your position today?” Miller asked Warren.

“I’m open to it,” she replied. “I think we’ve learned more. A couple of states have legalized marijuana for recreational use. Frankly, I think we ought to be learning what we can from those states.”

Warren also said that she is a proponent of marijuana research and has been "pushing the federal government" to step up its game. 

This week, the Massachusetts attorney general ruled in favor of a proposed ballot question calling for the legalization of recreational pot. Sponsors of the initiative need to gather nearly 65,000 signatures by November 28 to secure a spot on the 2016 ballot. 



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Category: Fun | Posted on Thu, September, 3rd 2015 by THCFinder


Legal Marijuana In Arizona Would Generate Over $60 Million In Taxes Annually, Study Predicts

Category: Legalization | Posted on Thu, September, 3rd 2015 by THCFinder

Arizona stands to generate more than $60 million in marijuana tax revenue annually, if voters decide to legalize and regulate the plant for adult recreational purposes in 2016. 

That's according to an independent analysis released Monday by Arizona's nonprofit Grand Canyon Institute. It found the state would rake in about $64 million per year from legal marijuana taxes, including $51 million that would go to K-12 education and all-day kindergarten programs in the state. That's significantly more than the $40 million in tax revenue for education backers of the ballot initiative projected last month -- a sum thatopponents of the measure lambasted as unrealistically high and a local newspaper characterized as "a lie" in an August op-ed.

But at least according to the GCI, a research organization focusing on Arizona's fiscal and tax issues -- one that describes itself as "a centrist think-thank led by a bipartisan group of former state lawmakers, economists, community leaders, and academicians" -- the advocates were being conservative in their estimates.

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How To Pass A Hair Follicle Drug Test For Marijuana

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, September, 3rd 2015 by THCFinder

hair follicle drug test marijuanaStudies show that Hair drug tests are the fasted growing method of drug testing used by employers and marijuana is still number one on the list of drugs tested for, it also stays in your system the longest.

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How long does marijuana stay in your hair?

It takes approximately 5 days for marijuana to show up in your hair it can continue to be detectable through a hair drug test for several months. The presence of Marijuana and other drugs in your hair can be understood by this basic principle. Marijuana is ingested in your body and circulates through the blood stream into your blood, urine, saliva, and into the hair follicles via the bloodstream. The drug metabolites that are deposited into your hair follicle are entrapped in the hair shaft as it grows out from your hair follicle. The average growth rate for hair is approximately .5 inches per month. Drug testing labs test for toxin metabolites trapped in the shaft core. Historical drug use can be measured based on the length of your hair sample from your scalp line but a specific timeline of usage is not possible. They cannot tell the difference between THC metabolites introduced two weeks ago from metabolites introduced two days ago.


A 1.5″ length sample of hair is measured from the scalp line for most major hair drug tests. Based on the average head hear growth rate of .5″ inches per month, it can be determined that a positive test results would suggest that marijuana was consumed sometime within the past 3 months. Since most testing labs test 1.5 inches of hair the common known time frame for testing positive for marijuana is on average 90 days.

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