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Turtle Power, go GREEN!

Category: Fun | Posted on Wed, September, 18th 2013 by THCFinder

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Pro-Marijuana Commercial Could Make It To The Super Bowl

Category: News | Posted on Wed, September, 18th 2013 by THCFinder
mj-superbowl-commercialA pro-marijuana advertisement could be featured on America’s biggest stage after the software company Intuit launched its Small Business Big Game contest that will give its winner a free ad space in the 2014 NFL Super Bowl.
 
Although there are multiple phases of the competition that businesses have to complete before becoming eligible, the pot advocacy group NORML has come out as the front-runner after the contest’s online voting round.
 
“We’re hoping that, like other corporate-won contests in the past, we don’t fall victim of political correctness,” NORML Executive Director Allen St. Pierre told the Huffington Post. “But our goal is more about generating buzz and conversation. [In the marijuana industry], we acknowledge that one of our major failings over the years has been our marketing. So this was an easy contest to be attracted to.”
 
Intuit’s decision to allow NORML into the contest came as a bit of shock after the company canceled services with Oregon-based Alternative Medical Choices Inc. due to discovering the clinic’s backing of medical marijuana. Intuit said ties were severed due to “unacceptable business practices.”
 
“We have no stance on medical marijuana as a company,” read Intuit’s statement to the Huffington Post. “By design, we’ve had a diverse range of businesses entering Small Business Big Game and sharing their unique stories with the world.”
 

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Blue Dream - Hybrid

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, September, 18th 2013 by THCFinder

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It's a War on Freedom!

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, September, 18th 2013 by THCFinder

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6-month-old taken from parents who grow, use medical marijuana

Category: News | Posted on Wed, September, 18th 2013 by THCFinder
daughter-taken-away-from-parents-for-mmjChanting "free Bree" a group of about a hundred protesters gathered outside state welfare offices in Lansing, Tuesday. They're upset over the state's decision to remove a 6-month-old baby from her parents' home because they grow and use medical marijuana. The parents claim they have a state sanctioned license to do so.
 
Maria and Gordon Steven Green use medical marijuana to treat Gordon's multiple sclerosis and epilepsy. A referee made the decision to have Michigan Child Protective Services remove baby Bree, saying the Green's home is unsafe. "They were worried about the possibility of a break in or armed robbery, that kind of thing," said Maria Green.
 
The baby is now in the care of Maria's mother. Mrs. Green says The Department of Human Services is "stealing" her baby. The Greens insist their home is a safe and loving environment.
 
Tim Skubick reports that the state of Michigan will not comment about details on cases like this because of privacy issues but the Director of Human Services said this: "The safety and the well being of the child is paramount for any of our investigators when they are doing their job," said DHS spokesman David Ackerly.
 
Now the family is fighting back with the help of a coalition of attorney, parents, students and legislators. They're calling on the state to recognize and adhere to the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act, and stop removing children from the homes of licensed medical marijuana caregivers and patients. "We're not going to take it anymore. This is our red line, you take away our kids and we'll revolt," said Detroit attorney Thomas Lavigne.
 

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Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, September, 18th 2013 by THCFinder

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