Canada Calls for US to Change Border Policy Regarding Past Pot Use

Category: News | Posted on Tue, September, 13th 2016 by THCFinder

Canadian officials are hoping they can cleverly persuade the United States government to reconsider its “ridiculous” border policy prohibiting travelers of the northern nation from setting foot on American soil based solely on their admission of using recreational marijuana.

Last Friday, Canada’s Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale told CBC’s Power & Politics host Rosemary Barton that allowing U.S. border agents the authority to impose lifetime bans on Canadians simply because they have smoked marijuana at some point in their lives is a “ridiculous situation” that requires a major overhaul in policy.

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Why is Big Pharma Funding the Fight Against Legal Weed?

Category: News | Posted on Mon, September, 12th 2016 by THCFinder

A prescription drug company just got caught making a massive donation to oppose legalizing marijuana in Arizona.

A massive cash donation from a prescription drug company to fight against marijuana legalization has cannabis activists charging that Big Pharma has it in for legal pot.

This fall Arizona will be one of five states voting to legalize recreational marijuana, and campaign finance reports recently revealed that the pharmaceutical company Insys Therapeutics has donated $500,000 to Arizonans For Responsible Drug Policy, the primary group fighting a recreational marijuana legalization measure in the state.

Typically the face of such campaigns have been religious conservatives or tough-on-crime politicians, but as medical marijuana has begun to take a bite out prescription drug sales, those with financial skin in the medicine game have begun to take a more public role in keeping pot illegal.

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North Dakota to Get Armed Police Drones

Category: News | Posted on Sun, September, 11th 2016 by THCFinder

National Public Radio’s The Two-Way blog reports that North Dakota police forces are about to get the nation’s first weaponized drones, following passage of a bill allowing them earlier this year. Ironically, this is coming about in spite of the legislation’s main sponsor, Republican state Rep. Rick Becker. While the law limits the type of weapons permitted to those in the “less than lethal” category—tear-gas, rubber bullets, beanbags, pepper spray and Tasers—the original bill would have entirely barred weapons from police drones. According to The Daily Beast, Becker told a hearing in March: “In my opinion there should be a nice, red line: Drones should not be weaponized. Period.” The original intent of his bill was to require police to obtain a search warrant before using a drone to gather evidence, as well as prohibiting weapons from drones. But to get the provision requiring search warrants passed, Becker had to drop the provision barring weapons.

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Oregon’s Cannabis Lab-Testing Program on Verge of Collapse

Category: News | Posted on Fri, September, 9th 2016 by THCFinder

Under Oregon’s recreational marijuana system, beginning on Oct. 1, all marijuana sold to the public must be tested by an accredited lab for potency and purity.

These testing labs must be accredited by the Oregon Environmental Lab Accreditation Program (ORELAP) and licensed by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC).

There are, however, only two such labs currently accredited to test a lot of pot—and harvest season is upon us.

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Alaska Officials to Issue Cannabis Licenses this Week, Retail Outlets to Open by Year’s End

Category: News | Posted on Thu, September, 8th 2016 by THCFinder

Almost two years after voters in Alaska legalized cannabis, the state’s Marijuana Control Board says that they’ll be approving applications and issuing licenses this week allowing for the opening of cannabis retail outlets.

The Board anticipates that most of the outlets will be open sometime before the end of the year, something that’s feasible given that licenses for cultivation facilities and testing labs were approved in June.

Once these cannabis stores are open, they’ll be authorized to legally distribute cannabis to anyone 21 and older. The Board plans to also discuss this week whether or not it will allow patrons of these locations to legally consume onsite, something that isn’t allowed under current rules.

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Denver to Vote on Smoking Weed in Bars and Restaurants

Category: News | Posted on Wed, September, 7th 2016 by THCFinder

Denver voters will decide this November whether marijuana consumption should be allowed in bars and restaurants.

Just days after the rejection of a competing measure proposed by the Denver chapter of NORML, elections officials announced last week that the issue of social marijuana use would still go before voters this fall.

On Thursday, organizers with the Neighborhood-Supported Cannabis Consumption Pilot Program received confirmation from the Denver Elections Division that the group collected enough signatures to earn a spot in the upcoming election.

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