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Cannabis Farm Discovered inside Cottage at Legoland

Category: News | Posted on Sat, February, 11th 2017 by THCFinder

The British police arrested two men after 50 weed plants were discovered growing in a hut at Windsor’s Legoland, which bills itself as “The UK’s Favourite Kids Theme Park.”

Windsor is based in the County of Berkshire, located on the Thames River about 20 miles west of London.

Workers doing a routine asbestos check at the site, just three miles away from Windsor Castle, came upon the pot farm, which was nicely equipped with lights and a watering system.

The property is outside the walls of Legoland but within the 215-acre estate.

Theme park bosses said the vacant building, which is close to where visitors leave their pets, is inaccessible to the public and “appears to have been accessed via the Crown Estate,” which is land belonging to Queen Elizabeth. Good heavens.

Read More:http://hightimes.com/news/cannabis-farm-discovered-inside-cottage-at-legoland/


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Trump’s Drug Law: Punishment Before The Crime

Category: News | Posted on Fri, February, 10th 2017 by THCFinder

America’s been so occupied fretting about vastly unqualified Cabinet secretaries grinding the gears of state so badly they break and desperately trying to unpack Donald Trump’s understanding of geopolitics that we’ve forgotten the new president’s most ominous warnings.

According to the two major speeches he’s delivered to date, at his Inauguration and at last summer’s Republican convention, the president believes—or says he believes—that a wave of “American carnage” has drowned the land, and only a new age of “law and order” can beat back the tide of lawlessness.

One way to do that, he suggested Tuesday, is to ensure police and prosecutors can still punish Americans—literally relieving them of their homes, personal property and wealth—without ever even accusing them of committing a crime.

Trump has proven extremely popular among the nation’s police.

Read More:http://hightimes.com/news/trumps-drug-law-punishment-before-the-crime/


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Iowans at Risk of Losing Medical Marijuana if Lawmakers Allow Limited Program to Expire in July

Category: News | Posted on Fri, February, 10th 2017 by THCFinder

Something really sad is going to happen in Iowa if lawmakers there don’t extend and expand the current medical marijuana program, which essentially allows residents to use CBD for the treatment of intractable epilepsy.

Without legislative action, the program expires on July 1 and Iowa’s 222 medical marijuana patients, many of whom are children, will be in trouble.

The program already has its problems because it does not provide an avenue for Iowans to obtain cannabidiol oil, or any medical marijuana products, in Iowa. Patients need to travel to states where it is produced. Unfortunately, not all states permit the sale of MMJ products to non-residents.

That’s why people like Cassie Helland are becoming anxious. Her 10-year-old son’s head-drop seizures completely stopped after two weeks of CBD oil treatments and never returned.

Read More:http://hightimes.com/news/iowans-at-risk-of-losing-medical-marijuana-if-lawmakers-allow-limited-program-to-expire-in-july/


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Israel’s Marijuana Export Plans Are Moving Along

Category: News | Posted on Thu, February, 9th 2017 by THCFinder

The undisputed Old World leader in marijuana research, Israel’s plans to become the official cannabis dealer to the whole world are slowly becoming a tangible reality.

Last year, government ministers from health, public safety and (of course) trade gave initial approval to a plan that would see the country start exporting medical marijuana—the only country in the world to do so. Canada is currently the only other country with cannabis production sanctioned by the national government, but there is currently no international market for marijuana not handled by people with intimidating Instagram feeds.

Shipping marijuana around the world will require some cooperation from other countries—such as the United States, which has to date insisted loudly and stridently that states obey a 1961 United Nations convention that happens to ban such activities—but there’s also more domestic hurdles to clear. 

Read More:http://hightimes.com/news/israels-marijuana-export-plans-are-moving-along/


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DEA Attempts to Regulate Hemp Foods as Schedule 1 Drugs

Category: News | Posted on Thu, February, 9th 2017 by THCFinder

The Hemp Industries Association (HIA) has sued the DEA over an illegal attempt to regulate hemp foods as schedule 1 drugs. The agency ignored a prior court ruling and clear congressional intent in the 2014 Farm Bill which forced the HIA to take action to protect American Hemp Farmers from unlawful DEA registration requirements by filing a lawsuit. 

“WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Hemp Industries Association (HIA), the leading non-profit trade association consisting of hundreds of hemp businesses, has filed a motion to hold the Drug Enforcement Administration in contempt of court for violating an unchallenged, long-standing order issued by the U.S. Court of Appeals in San Francisco, prohibiting the agency from regulating hemp food products as Schedule I controlled substances. Specifically, the HIA asserts that the DEA continues to operate with blatant disregard for the 2004 ruling made by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which permanently enjoined the DEA from regulating hemp fiber, stalk, sterilized seed and oil, which are specifically exempted from the definition of ‘marijuana’ in the federal Controlled Substances Act.”

Read More:https://www.theweedblog.com/dea-regulate-hemp-foods-schedule-1-drugs/


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More Businesses Dropping Pot from Pre-Employment Drug Tests

Category: News | Posted on Thu, February, 9th 2017 by THCFinder

Thankfully, testing for pot in Colorado work sites has declined over the past two years. Some companies, seven percent, have totally dropped marijuana from their pre-employment tests and three percent have removed it from all drug tests.

It’s about time, considering that recreational weed in Colorado was approved by voters in 2012 and medical marijuana in 2000.

A survey done by the Mountain States Employers Council (MSEC) in December marked a shift from 2014, when when one-in-five employers reported stringent drug-testing policies, reported the Denver Postwhich pointed out that these results don’t necessarily mean businesses are happy about their employees smoking weed.

“It’s because we have low unemployment,” said Curtis Graves, an attorney with MSEC. “They may prefer a zero-tolerance approach. From a business perspective, they just can’t afford to be as choosy now.”

Gee, Colorado…what are you complaining about?

Read More:http://hightimes.com/news/more-businesses-dropping-pot-from-pre-employment-drug-tests/


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