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Ask Donald Trump to Support States Cannabis Laws [Petition]

Category: Politics | Posted on Sat, November, 19th 2016 by THCFinder

President Obama stated in 2014 that he would continue to allow states to make the decision whether or not to legalize marijuana. And while it’s looking like President-elect Donald Trump has his work cut out for him, we’re hoping that he too will continue to allow the states control over this decision.

Trump has stated that he thinks that marijuana legalization should be up to the states. You can check out his stance on legalization here.

However, with a new administration filling the seats of the White House and a complete party shift in both the House and the Senate, now more than ever, the people must make their voices heard.

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Tennessee AG Has Nashville and Memphis Decriminalization Ordinances in His Sights

Category: News | Posted on Sat, November, 19th 2016 by THCFinder

Both Nashville and Memphis passed citywide ordinances earlier this year decriminalizing the possession of marijuana in small amounts. The goal of these measures is to prevent otherwise law-biding citizens from being entered into the criminal justice system simply for holding a little weed. In doing so, officials hoped that law enforcement will have more time to focus on more pressing issues, like rape, murder and all of the other monstrous indiscretions that typically frighten the majority of civil society.

However, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery claims the decriminalization ordinances are worthless in the eyes of the state. In a recent opinion, Slatery said the two cities could not give their respective police departments the freedom to issue small fines to those caught in possession of up to a half ounce of marijuana because that would go against the grain of state law.

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What strain are you smoking on today?

Category: Fun | Posted on Fri, November, 18th 2016 by THCFinder


Foes of Denver Marijuana Lounges Roll Out Opposition Strategy

Category: News | Posted on Fri, November, 18th 2016 by THCFinder

No sooner had Denver become the first city in the country to allow adult-use marijuana consumption at bars, cafes and restaurants than foes began concocting ways to undermine it.

Fifty-four percent of Denver voters supported Initiative 300 on Election Day last week. Businesses can now pursue a special license to allow on-site cannabis consumption, subject to some strict rules as well as buy-in from the local merchants’ association.

Whichever business is the first to win a permit would become the first public place in America where cannabis use is strictly allowed that is not also a marijuana dispensary. Most legalization measures across the country include outright bans on public consumption, with violators subject to a fine. To date, the only dispensaries that have on-site consumption permits are in San Francisco.

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