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Super Silver Haze (Sativa) Strain

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, November, 13th 2014 by THCFinder

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Super Silver Haze - Sativa

Super Silver Haze was the first prize winner at the High Times Cannabis Cup in 1997, 1998 and 1999 and also won awards at the High Times harvest festival. This sticky sativa will leave you with a great energetic body high. Genetics: Skunk x Northern Lights x Haze.


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United States of Cannabis

Category: Culture | Posted on Thu, November, 13th 2014 by THCFinder
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November is election month in the United States and the polls have since closed on a number of issues that Americans had the chance to vote on. While some states like Florida (it’s full of retired people, guys, did we really think cannabis would pass here?) shot down the cannabis measure, others have successfully passed measures to allow the use of cannabis. 2014 was supposed to be a big year for cannabis and it seems like that’s exactly the result from these last few polls/votes. It’s exciting to see people uniting around this plant. Here’s what to expect from the states that have now legalized cannabis for recreational use, following the precedent set by Colorado and Washington.
 
 
Oregon voters approved of the recreational use of cannabis on November 4th, 2014. Measure 91 has officially passed and the people are pretty amped about it. “We have ended a painful, discriminatory, harmful policy that has terrible consequences for our state,” Anthony Johnson, a long time legalization advocate, said at the Yes on 91 victory party. “We replaced it with a policy that is smarter, more humane… It’s a policy whose time has come.” the Yes on 91 campaign managed to collected $4 million in support of the measure, while the No on 91 scraped up a mere $200,000. It’s clear that Oregon is a green state and the people there are excited to join Colorado and Washington. The measure will take effect on July 1, 2015 and will allow adults 21 and older to possess up to one ounce of cannabis in public and up to eight ounces at home. “Marijuana was very low on the priority list in Oregon,” Clastop County District Attorney Josh Marquis stated of the measure passing. “And now it will essentially be crossed off.”
 
 
There are many things to be concerned with in the cold state of Alaska, one of which includes drunk people freezing to death in snowbanks after leaving bars. But after November 4, 2014, Alaskans will be allowed to ingest cannabis legally. Measure 2 allows adults 21 years or older to possess up to one ounce of cannabis and grow up to six plants in their homes, with no more than three being mature, for personal use. The measure will also allow the manufacture, sale, and possession of cannabis paraphernalia, such as glass pieces for smoking or storage containers. Alaska has voted on recreational cannabis two times before, in 2000 and again in 2004. The state has had medical marijuana since 1998. Alaska joins the legal states of Colorado and Washington, standing to make over $800 million in combined revenue before 2020, all thanks to the sale of the plant.
 
 
Last but not least, the residents of Washington DC voted to legalize the use of cannabis. Initiative 71 allows adult marijuana use, possession of up to two ounces and home cultivation of up to six plants. The measure states, however, that the sale of cannabis remains illegal but the Council of the District of Columbia is considering making a separate bill that will allow the regulation and taxation of cannabis, much like Colorado and Washington. Since DC is the capitol of the nation, this step is huge for marijuana supporters. This is the federal governments home turf and now, cannabis is legal there. DC has had issues with arrest rates regarding the plant, with nine out of ten people arrested in DC were black, even though blacks make up just slightly more than half of the city’s population. Additionally, government surveys show that blacks are no more likely to smoke cannabis than whites. By passing this measure, DC hopes to end racially biased marijuana prohibition, as well as decrease arrest rates in general. Soon, they hope to join the ever expanding profit pool that legal sates are basking in. 

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Yoga and Weed, do you exercise while HIGH?

Category: Tokers | Posted on Thu, November, 13th 2014 by THCFinder

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Initiative To Legalize Marijuana Moves Forward In Arkansas

Category: Legalization | Posted on Thu, November, 13th 2014 by THCFinder
arkansas-mj-legalizationColorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and Washington D.C. have all legalized marijuana. Within the next two years, more that a dozen states could join that list. One of those states may be Arkansas, where a marijuana legalization initiative campaign is underway. The Arkansas Attorney General recently approved the ballot tile for the initiative, which is a big first step. Per KATV:
 
A group is spearheading a campaign to create a new constitutional amendment in Arkansas that would legalize marijuana – both for medicinal and recreational purposes. The group got approval from Attorney General Dustin McDaniel’s office on the wording of their ballot title last week – now the group awaits approval the Secretary of State’s office on the wording of their petition instructions.
 
Fred Porter, co-author of the Arkansas Hemp & Marijuana Amendment is probably the last person you think would be pushing for marijuana legalization. Porter is pastor at the Sabbath Day Church of God in Hot Springs, as well as vice president of Arkansas CALM, the Citizen’s Alliance for the Legalization of Marijuana.
 
“We want it regulated, we want it made available and we think we have the very best amendment out there to do that,” said Porter.
 
It’s rapidly becoming easier to make a list of states that won’t legalize marijuana by 2016, rather than a list of states that may succeed in reforming their marijuana laws. I’ll be reaching out to the Arkansas campaign to see if they need help spreading their message. If you live in Arkansas, please do everything you can to help by volunteering and contributing to the campaign in anyway that you can.
 

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Bubba Kush (Indica)

Category: Nugs | Posted on Thu, November, 13th 2014 by THCFinder

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Bubba Kush - Indica

A very sweet, earthy strain that is almost pure Indica. Bubba Kush provides an intense and relaxing high that starts in your head and moves down into your body. It is a cross between the two popular strains Bubble Gum and Kush, and distinct enough to earn its own name.


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Rhode Island For Legal Cannabis

Category: Legalization | Posted on Thu, November, 13th 2014 by THCFinder
rhode-island-for-legal-cannabisNew England really isn’t on the map when it comes to cannabis. Some of the states allow medical marijuana while others are still pretty short when it comes to even talking about the topic (i.e. New Hampshire governor Maggie Hassan won’t even acknowledge press when questioned about the plant). Portland, Maine has even legalized the use of the plant, letting those who live there and those who visit the chance to smoke pot legally. But the ever-so-small state of Rhode Island is on it’s way to really putting New England on the map with an initiative to legalize cannabis in the state in 2015.
 
 
Even though Portland managed to pass the legalization ballot, I’d say about 75% of stoners thought that the news headlines were talking about Portland, Oregon. I can’t tell you how many people gave me trouble for posting a photo of Maine when that measure passed, telling me “that’s not what Oregon looks like”. Portland, Maine just got a little bit confused with Portland, Oregon. Understandable but two totally different places! Rhode Island now currently allows medical marijuana and plans to open up more dispensaries over the course of 2015. 
 
 
Regulate Rhode Island is putting together a coalition of citizens as well as organizations that will make the push in 2015 to become the fifth state to fully legalize cannabis. Marijuana prohibition is on its way out and Rhode Island hopes to be one of the next states in 2015 to pass laws taxing and regulating the plant. Jared Moffat of Regulate Rhode Island, said that at least five more states will probably legalize by 2016. “Americans are fed up with wasteful and ineffective laws that punish adults for using a less harmful substance than alcohol. The results are particularly encouraging since voter turnout during a midterm election is typically smaller, older, and more conservative. Clearly, support for ending marijuana prohibition spans the political and ideological spectrums.”
 
 
With the help of social media, smaller elections are becoming an outlet for the youth to voice their opinions. Since the younger people are the ones that are more apt to support cannabis legalization, our opinions matter. Rhode Island residents are urged to push for legalization with the Regulate Rhode Island group. With the help of the internet and the support of thousands of cannabis users across the globe, this tiny New England state has high hopes for becoming one of the next states that will legalize cannabis.

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