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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Coca-Cola Workers Discover 800 Pounds of Cocaine

Category: News | Posted on Sat, September, 3rd 2016 by THCFinder

Things go better with Coke.

A work crew pulling a shift at a Coca-Cola factory in Southern France made a shocking discovery earlier this week when they stumbled upon more than 800 pounds of cocaine that was being smuggled inside a shipping container originating from Costa Rica.

Reports from the BBC indicate that the workers were under the impression that they were unloading a shipment of orange juice concentrate when all of a sudden they were standing in possession of 370 kilograms of South American wonder dust—estimated to have a street value of $55 million, according to prosecutor Xavier Tarabeux.

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Bill Permitting California Landlords to Ban Medical Pot is Dropped

Category: News | Posted on Fri, September, 2nd 2016 by THCFinder

The California legislature agreed on Wednesday to drop a proposed bill that would have allowed landlords to evict tenants for smoking medical marijuana in their homes.

The bill, proposed by Democratic Assemblyman Jim Wood from Northern California, sought to ban medical marijuana use in rented apartments, claiming that secondhand smoke is unhealthy and could seep through the windows or ventilation systems to other people’s apartments.

However, Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, chairwoman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and other medical marijuana advocates argued that the proposed bill severely narrowed the rights of patients to use MMJ as they or their doctors see fit.

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US court upholds ban on gun sales to marijuana card holders

Category: News | Posted on Thu, September, 1st 2016 by THCFinder

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal government ban on the sale of guns to medical marijuana card holders does not violate the Second Amendment, a federal appeals court said Wednesday.

The ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals applies to the nine Western states that fall under the court's jurisdiction, including California, Washington and Oregon.

It came in a lawsuit filed by S. Rowan Wilson, a Nevada woman who said she tried to buy a firearm for self-defense in 2011 after obtaining a medical marijuana card. The gun store refused, citing the federal rule banning the sale of firearms to illegal drug users.

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Most Universities Have No Interest in Growing Marijuana for the DEA

Category: News | Posted on Thu, September, 1st 2016 by THCFinder

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration recently announced that it would finally tear down some of the barriers that have prevented the scientific community from studying marijuana by providing more opportunities for institutions of higher learning to get involved with the cultivation of research cannabis. Unfortunately, a new report finds that the DEA’s offer to facilitate more federally sanctioned growers may not bring about the vibrant transform the cannabis community had hoped for because many universities have absolutely no interest in growing weed.

Recently, the folks at STAT contacted nearly a dozen universities across the nation—some of which already operate industrial hemp programs—to find out just how many of these schools are eager to get into bed with the federal government to grow research marijuana.

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Technology Feature on NUGS

Category: News | Posted on Wed, August, 31st 2016 by THCFinder

As the cannabis industry grows by the day in the U.S., we are continually seeing the development of more ancillary companies.  It is amazing how limitless this industry can become once it is brought above ground and is legalized!

Perhaps the most recent company to create an ancillary product born out of the needs of the legalized cannabis industry is an app called NUGS, created by Denver based company Flowhub, NUGS is an iPhone scanner app that is a seed-to-sale software platform to help growers and retailers stay compliant with regulations in states where marijuana is legal.

Documentation that once took hours now takes a few minutes with NUGS, which is used to record everything from customer IDs and tags on individual plants to tracking inventory from the time it lands on the shelf, sells and leaves the store. The information goes immediately to the proper regulatory agency.

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