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Roll-uh-Bowl

Category: Product reviews | Posted on Wed, June, 15th 2016 by THCFinder
roll-uh-bowlCheck out the Roll-uh-Bowl, a foldable, portable, indestructible bong made out of medical grade silicone.  This on-the-go waterpipe is essential for any adventurer, camper, beach bum, or the clumsy friend who always breaks their (or your) glass.  Made in the USA, with several patents pending, the Roll-uh-Bowl folds and stores in your pocket, pack or purse to store, and then spring into action when you slip off the band and insert the proprietary down-stem and self-cleaning eject-a-bowl.
 
The functionality of the Patent-pending Roll-uh-Bowl is further enhanced by its ability to be used as a Dab Rig.  Want to rip some Dabs on the Go?  Simply invert the bowl piece and you have the perfect housing for a dome-less nail.
 
When it comes to maintenance, the Roll-uh-Bowl is hassle-free.  To clean it, simply use some warm soapy water, or even throw it in the dishwasher.  
 
For hits on the Go, the Roll-uh-Bowl is a must-have for any active toker.  Check them out at Roll-uh-Bowl.com and use Code: RUB for 10% off.

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Category: Fun | Posted on Wed, June, 15th 2016 by THCFinder


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OLCC Approves Cannabis Tracking System 3rd Party Software Providers

Category: News | Posted on Wed, June, 15th 2016 by THCFinder
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(via oregonlive.com)

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission and Metrc (TM) have approved four software solution providers whose products are compatible for integration with the Oregon Recreational Marijuana Program Cannabis Tracking System (CTS).

These products will allow OLCC recreational marijuana licensees to electronically transmit inventory and sales data into the CTS, a time-saving step that eliminates the need for additional updating by manual data entry.

The approved companies include: OMMPOS of Astoria, OR, Flowhub of Denver, CO, Greenbits of Portland, OR and Odava of Portland, OR. The four companies currently have clients using their software solutions in Oregon‘s medical marijuana system.

Software solution providers can apply for certification in five inventory management categories: sales, packages, transfers, plants, and harvests; certification is also available for administrative functions: strains, items, and rooms/locations.

All licensees in Oregon‘s Recreational Marijuana system are required to use the CTS. Licensees are not required to use POS or inventory management software and can enter their CTS data manually. The OLCC is not endorsing these software solutions.

Read More:http://www.theweedblog.com/olcc-approves-cannabis-tracking-system-3rd-party-software-providers/


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Category: Videos | Posted on Wed, June, 15th 2016 by THCFinder


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Colorado State University To Study Marijuana Legalization’s Impact On Communities

Category: News | Posted on Wed, June, 15th 2016 by THCFinder

aurora colorado marijuanaIn the lead up to the successful marijuana legalization vote in Colorado in 2012, marijuana opponent Kevin Sabet made the outlandish claim that for every dollar that marijuana legalization would generate for Colorado, there would be ten dollars in ‘social costs.’ These ‘social costs’ include policing stoned drivers, dealing with an uptick in addiction, and a bunch of other stuff that never really became reality. Kevin Sabet has been blasted many times for trying that scare tactic, and rightfully so.

The impact that marijuana legalization has had on Colorado communities has been very positive. Jobs are being created, and tax revenues are being generated. Those marijuana tax dollars are helping schools and homeless communities in Colorado. There are even scholarships set up which are funded by marijuana tax revenues. In every measurable way cannabis legalization is working in Colorado. Colorado State University-Pueblo recently received funding to study what the actual impact marijuana legalization has had on Colorado communities. Per The Denver Channel:

On Monday, Pueblo County officials agreed to provide up to $270,000 in funding to research the impact of marijuana on the community and the efficacy of treating various issues, like post-traumatic stress disorder, with medical marijuana.

Also, a new law calls for $900,000 from Colorado’s Marijuana Tax Cash Fund to be given to CSU-Pueblo for cannabis research. Governor John Hickenlooper signed Senate Bill 191 on Monday, June 6.

Read More:http://www.theweedblog.com/colorado-state-university-to-study-marijuana-legalizations-impact-on-communities/


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