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DEA Approves Synthetic Marijuana Drug Dronabinol

Category: News | Posted on Tue, December, 5th 2017 by THCFinder

Syndros is a Synthetic Version of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has approved the synthetic drug dronabinol. The brand name for the drug is Syndros and is a synthetic version of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) that comes in liquid form. The drug will be classified as a

Schedule II controlled substance along with hydrocodone. Actual, natural THC, is still classified as a Schedule I drug, along with heroin and Fentanyl. Syndros is made by the same pharmaceutical company that opposed legalizing marijuana, Insys Therapeutics. Incidentally, the pharmaceutical company also makes Fentanyl.

Read More:https://www.themaven.net/theweedblog/policies/dea-approves-synthetic-marijuana-drug-dronabinol-07j20ovf_0Cm30c6rXLnYg


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Man Arrested After Cross-Border Zip Line Drug Smuggling Attempt

Category: News | Posted on Tue, December, 5th 2017 by THCFinder

Not every cross-border smuggling attempt makes headlines. But coming up with an inventive and daring approach can get you your 15 minutes of fame—or, infamy—and possibly many more minutes behind bars. Here’s an excellent example: a zip line drug smuggling attempt that landed one man and 240 pounds of weed in the custody of Arizona border patrol agents.

 

Surveillance Tech Foils Zip Line Drug Smuggling Attempt

Border patrol agents in southern Arizona noticed something odd as their surveillance technology swept across the U.S. border with Mexico.

According to the AP, agents saw a man trying to conceal himself in a vacant lot in the small town of Douglas.

Read More:https://hightimes.com/news/man-arrested-cross-border-zip-line-drug-smuggling-attempt/


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Politician Believes Legal Weed Will Spur A Communist Revolution

Category: News | Posted on Mon, December, 4th 2017 by THCFinder

There really is nothing like a gray-haired legislator rambling on about 17th century China, opium and youth trends to make a hard-line case for banning cannabis. It takes you back to those early days of marijuana prohibition, when the hysteria, ignorance and fear-mongering were so new and exciting. And who knows, maybe Canadian MLA Ron Orr stepped through a way-back portal on his way to the Alberta legislature on Wednesday, where he delivered a jeremiad against the cannabis-induced collapse of all societal values. Yes, this politician believes legal weed will spur a communist revolution in Canada.

Ron Orr is a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) in Canada, representing the Lacombe-Panoka district in central Alberta. He’s a staunch conservative who’s taken a scatter-shot approach to speaking out against legal cannabis.

 

Canada’s legal weed law mandates that individual provinces set specific rules and regulations for the cannabis industry. Which is why having a politician who believes legal weed will spur a communist revolution is kind of a problem.

Read More:https://hightimes.com/news/politician-believes-legal-weed-will-spur-communist-revolution/


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Canada’s Mary Jane Advent Calendars Make for a Merry Holiday

Category: News | Posted on Mon, December, 4th 2017 by THCFinder

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – It won’t be only chestnuts roasting on an open fire for Canadians buying marijuana advent calendars this holiday season. The Canadian medical marijuana company Coast to Coast Medicinals is saying Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays with an advent calendar filled with some jolly holly.

CTV News reported that the owner of the company, Lorilee Fedler, had the idea for the calendar after seeing a similar version in a liquor store. Each calendar is packaged with edible gingerbread men or cannabis flowers, with the option of an arrangement. They currently have 1500 people on their waiting list for the cheer-filled calendar and have already sold hundreds of them at $200 a pop. All orders are tailor-made and come in a 26-gram package for weed and a 24-item package for edibles.

Read More:https://www.themaven.net/theweedblog/culture/canada-s-mary-jane-advent-calendars-make-for-a-merry-holiday-OdRWwrblRUK1gROLphXoJQ


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Pot Shop Requests Permission To Grow Weed In Closed JC Penney Store

Category: News | Posted on Mon, December, 4th 2017 by THCFinder

Who wouldn’t want to grow weed in a closed JC Penney store? After all, there would be plenty of space, plenty of ventilation and it already has an electrical system. In fact, it seems like a closed department store would be an ideal location to grow some cannabis. And that’s exactly what one ganjapreneur is trying to do.

The Portage Caregiver Center is located in Houghton, Michigan. It’s one of the state’s many medical marijuana dispensaries. But unlike most of Michigan’s MMJ sources, you can find the Portage Caregiver Center in a mall—the Copper Country Mall to be precise.

 

Although once a thriving and diverse center of commerce, the Copper Country Mall has been seeing a decline in recent years. Most notably, the JC Penney department store, which has closed hundreds of its locations since 2014, shut down its operations at the Copper Country Mall location, leaving a sizeable vacancy in its wake. As of now, the mall’s other tenants include a community college, a veterans’ center, a location for the Department of Health and Human Resources and a movie theater.

Read More:https://hightimes.com/news/pot-shop-requests-permission-grow-weed-closed-jc-penney-store/


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Can A Cannabis Farm Be Classified As A Sovereign State?

Category: News | Posted on Sun, December, 3rd 2017 by THCFinder

An illegal cannabis farmer in Australia may have taken an episode of Family Guy too seriously. After police discovered his illegal cannabis farm, the defendant claimed he did not need to follow the laws of the land because he was not a part of it. Instead, he claims that he is a “sovereign person” and his property is a sovereign state “totally outside the territory of Australia.” However, he probably should have made sure Australia was in agreement with his declaration of independence.

 

Did His Excuse Work?

As you may have guessed, claiming to be a “sovereign person” does not actually make you one. Nor does it make you free from following the laws in Australia.

Similarly, Peter Griffin declared his home to be an independent nation in Season 2, Episode 18 of Family Guy. Perhaps that is where Arnfried Duden, a 60-year-old cannabis farmer, got the idea. However, it seems like he didn’t watch the whole episode because, by the end of it, Peter faced repercussions for breaking United States law.

When the police arrived at Duden’s remote property north of Kyogle in April of 2015, he told them to leave the premises because his Roseberry Creek farm was a sovereign state and they had no right to enter.

Read More:https://hightimes.com/news/can-cannabis-farm-classified-sovereign-state/


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