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House bill would bar Feds from acting against legalized marijuana in states

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sat, April, 13th 2013 by THCFinder
WASHINGTON — Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., on Friday introduced “Respect State Marijuana Laws Act of 2013,” which would prevent the federal government from prosecuting residents who are acting in accordance with their state’s marijuana laws.
 
The bill, H.R. 1523, would legalize marijuana at the federal level to the extent it is legal at the state level.
 
“This bipartisan bill represents a common-sense approach that establishes federal government respect for all states’ marijuana laws,” Rohrabacher said in a statement.  “It does so by keeping the federal government out of the business of criminalizing marijuana activities in states that don’t want it to be criminal.”
 
So far, 18 states, as well as the District of Columbia, have legalized the use of marijuana to some extent, mostly for medical reasons, and Washington and Colorado have legalized its recreational use.
 
Those co-sponsoring the bill are Reps. Justin Amash, R-Mich., Earl Blumenauer, D-Ore., Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., Jared Polis, D-Colo., and Don Young, R-Alaska
 

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Blue Dream Wax

Category: Concentrates | Posted on Sat, April, 13th 2013 by THCFinder

Blue Dream Wax - Concentrated Medical Cannabis


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Cannabis Career Institute offering medical marijuana school

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Sat, April, 13th 2013 by THCFinder
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- A Senate panel unanimously approved a bill earlier this week that will pave the way for medical marijuana dispensaries in the state of Nevada.
 
And now, for the first time ever, a medical marijuana school is teaching the A-B-C's of starting your own budding business.
 
The Cannabis Career Institute announced Friday the first Nevada school to teach all things medical marijuana.
 
They say that dispensaries are a growth industry and feel confident this will be a big hit in Nevada.
 
The CCI began about five years ago and they operate in five states across the nation.
 
According to them, 1,500 students have learned how to be "budding" entrepreneurs and enrollment for the Nevada school will begin Saturday.
 
Attorney Michael Becker has defended several medical marijuana users and he sees this as a win-win.
 
Read more: http://www.ktnv.com

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Super Blue Dream Strain Review and pics

Category: Nugs | Posted on Sat, April, 13th 2013 by THCFinder

 

Super Blue Dream  - Hybrid

Strain Name: Super Blue Dream

Sample Acquired: April 9, 2013

Medicated Date: April 9, 2013

Glass Used: Mobius Reti Perc Bubbler

Grade: A

Type: Hybrid (Sativa)

Looks: Despite being a one marijuana nugget sample, this nug was "bling bling." My sample marijuana nugget was heavily covered in trichomes resembling water droplets or morning dew. Nice apple green color with a few areas of dark "specks."

Smell: Creamy blueberry yogurt with a hint of fermented "funk."

Taste: Similar to its smell, hints of cream, berry, and sweet haze with a bit of earthy mint when exhaling through the nostrils. 

Buzz Type: Energetic, Uplifting 

Buzz Length: Average to Above Average (1 to 1.5 hours)

Summary:

* Review is "First Impression" as product provided was a sample and used exclusively for one day.

California seems to be the home of Blue Dream, but the sample provided to me was a more "amp'ed" up version called Super Blue Dream.

My first bowl of Super Blue Dream was actually at the office where I got my sample. On completion of my bowl, I was immediately reminded of Blue Dream's distinct creamy smell, taste, and mouth feel. Immediate buzz was pure energy with a slight bit of head pressure. Talking and going off on tangents were common with me throughout the day when in conversation, but in my office and at my desk I was a workaholic with bit of positive creative thoughts going through my mind; a well needed personal uplift.

This sample of Super Blue Dream I received smoked very smooth and was very tasty. I could take a good size bubbler bowl with minimal irritation and no cough. I did experience some dry mouth after bowl completion which I seem to get every time with a Blue Dream strain.

Although this version has the surname "Super," I am on fence saying its "better" than "regular" Blue Dream. Granted, this was a small marijuana nugget sample, but my previous regular Blue Dream batch (a few grams I was able to evaluate) did have more legs on the buzz length where this was much more smooth and tasty. I got 4 tasty bubbler bowl fills from the sample Super Blue Dream marijuana nugget I received.

Cheers (& Cough),
@IE420


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Looking to Open a Dispensary or Collective?

Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Sat, April, 13th 2013 by THCFinder

To open a dispensary you will need a dispensary business plan. With the relaxing of the laws in some states relating to the cultivation, selling, and possession of marijuana for medicinal purposes there are now legal dispensaries in operation in many locations throughout the USA. These dispensaries provide a valuable service in local communities, as the alternative is for those in need to have to source their medicinal marijuana from illegal dealers. They help societies in other ways too, as they create jobs and provide opportunities for people to start their own business.

 

Opening a marijuana dispensary as a business venture can be a very rewarding and profitable experience. It is a recession proof business, as people will always have a need for medicinal marijuana. It is not an easy task, however, as there are still many objections to the legalization of medicinal marijuana, and as such there are very stringent rules and regulations in place to ensure that any dispensary is run ethically.

 

A dispensary business plan is absolutely vital for anybody who is considering entering this line of business. It should clearly set out in great detail every aspect of the proposed dispensary operation. It is only when certain legal parameters are met that state licensing boards will grant a dispensary license. A dispensary business plan is required to prove that those conditions will be met.

 

In particular, a dispensary business plan will have to state categorically where the dispensary’s supply of marijuana will be sourced from, and what the size of the expected customer base will be. It will also have to state what measures will be put in place to ensure that all marijuana will be dispensed legally, and that stocks of medical cannabis will always be stored securely.

 

Since Federal law still classifies marijuana as an illegal substance, any state which has legalized the drug must be seen to be extremely strict in their licensing for medical marijuana dispensaries. A state licensing board must therefore be impressed by a dispensary business plan in order to grant a license. They must also be satisfied that any proposed dispensary will be of benefit to the local community. As a consequence, this should be the focus of attention for anybody who would like to operate a dispensary business. A good dispensary business plan will not only allow them to be granted a license, but also to be granted a business loan from a bank.

 

Owning and operating a legal marijuana dispensary is a serious responsibility, and one which must be handled professionally. It must be run as diligently as any other business in order for it to be successful. For this reason the creation of a dispensary business plan is the crucial first step in the process of owning a licensed dispensary business.

 

To learn more from the free guide go tohttp:/www.start-a-dispensary.com


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Today was a good day

Category: Fun | Posted on Sat, April, 13th 2013 by THCFinder


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