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A Look At Canada’s Marijuana Plans

Category: News | Posted on Wed, November, 22nd 2017 by THCFinder

When full adult-use cannabis legalization goes into effect on July 1, 2018, it won’t be the equitable, community-oriented legislation many legal weed advocates in Canada had hoped for. It won’t grant amnesty to any of the 22,000 people the country arrests for weed every year. The law won’t even legalize edibles. But what it will do is give a massive advantage to the major corporate entities already dominating Canada’s medical marijuana system. And the rest is up to the country’s individual provincial governments. Yet a quick survey of Canada’s marijuana plans suggests most provinces don’t have a solid plan at all.

Is The Law Throwing A Wrench In Canada’s Marijuana Plans?

From the looks of it, Canada has quite a lot of work to do if the country is to get things together by the time legalization goes into effect in July.

Read More:https://hightimes.com/news/look-canadas-marijuana-plans/


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Couple Sues Police After They Mistake Hibiscus Flowers For Weed

Category: News | Posted on Tue, November, 21st 2017 by THCFinder

After a confusing arrest, a couple sues police after they mistake hibiscus flowers for weed. You may be wondering how something like this could possibly happen. It’s a tale of an officious insurance agent, mistaken identity and police brutality.

Nationwide Is Not On Your Side

The story begins a month ago with a fallen tree. In Buffalo Township, Pennsylvania, a tree fell onto the property of the Cramers—a married couple in their late 60s. As the tree originated from their neighbor’s yard, the Cramers called their insurance company, Nationwide. The insurance company sent agent Jonathan Yeamans to the property to investigate the claim.

Read More:https://hightimes.com/news/couple-sues-police-mistake-hibiscus-flowers-weed/


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California Releases Long-Awaited Marijuana Regulations

Category: News | Posted on Tue, November, 21st 2017 by THCFinder

The long-anticipated list of new marijuana regulations for California, which go into effect January 2018, is finally here. On Thursday, California made the 276 pages of regulations public. How will the changes impact marijuana business’ and their consumers?

Marijuana Regulations For Retailers

Here’s what to expect from a retail standpoint.

Retailers cannot open up shop within 600 feet of schools. They must also close by 10 p.m. and have 24-hour video surveillance.

Additionally, shops can only give free cannabis to patients and their caregivers.

Until July 1, retailers will be able to sell any products in inventory that are not yet in accordance with the new laws.

Read More:https://hightimes.com/legalization/california-releases-long-awaited-marijuana-regulations/


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Officials Seize 1,300 Pounds Of Pot At Border

Category: News | Posted on Sun, November, 19th 2017 by THCFinder

United States Custom and Border Control officials announced Monday that they seized over 1,300 pounds of pot last week at the Del Rio Port of Entry. According to officials, the enormous stash of illegal cannabis came from Mexico through Texas, ultimately bound for St. Louis, Missouri.

The officials said they found the mountainous haul hidden in a commercial trailer on it’s way to Missouri. Drug-sniffing canines and non-intrusive imaging equipment uncovered the smuggled goods. The 1,300 pounds of pot were embedded in a shipment of silica sand.

Alberto D. Perez, the Port Director of Del Rio Port of Entry, lauded his staff for its findings.

Read More:https://hightimes.com/news/officials-seize-pounds-of-pot-at-border/


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California School Limits Restrooms To Stop Students From Vaping

Category: News | Posted on Sun, November, 19th 2017 by THCFinder

This week, California high school students and their parents received a letter saying that their school limits restrooms to stop students from vaping. In other words, school administrators are so concerned about a vaping “trend” that they are restricting bathroom use. Here’s what’s happening, and why it’s a terrible idea.

At Oak Ridge High School, teachers and administrators have been noticing a trend among their teenaged students. According to the school’s principal, Aaron Palm, there is a growing number of students who have developed a habit that is both reminiscent of the past and vaguely futuristic. The students in question have taken to vaping in the restrooms during school hours. According to Oak Ridge High’s teachers and administrators, the vape devices that the students use contain THC and nicotine.

Read More:https://hightimes.com/news/california-school-limits-restrooms-to-stop-students-from-vaping/


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New York Adds PTSD To List Of MMJ Qualifying Conditions

Category: News | Posted on Sat, November, 18th 2017 by THCFinder

This past weekend, we got the news that New York adds PTSD to the list of qualifying conditions for medical marijuana. Does this mean that New York is making their medical cannabis program more extensive and, well, better?

Over the weekend, the governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, did a good deed. He signed legislation that officially added post-traumatic stress disorder to the roster of qualifying conditions for medical marijuana. For those unfamiliar with New York’s medical marijuana program, it’s fairly rigid in terms of who can have access to it. Before this weekend, the qualifying conditions were:

Read More:https://hightimes.com/news/new-york-adds-ptsd-to-list-of-mmj-qualifying-conditions/


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