California is Taking Away Children Of Medical Cannabis Patients

Category: News | Posted on Fri, March, 16th 2012 by THCFinder
Where is exactly is our freedom these days? It seems that if we cough or sneeze in the wrong direction we can have anything and everything stripped away from us as fast as a blink of an eye. Seems more like do what we say when we say or else...
Several legal, qualified medical marijuana patients recently have had their children taken away by the Butte County, California Children's Services Division. In response, the NORML Women's Alliance last Friday put forward a complaint to the Grand Jury of Butte County requesting an investigation into the County Children's Services Division for the agency's perceived and widespread misconduct.
"The questionable actions and perceived misconduct by the Butte County CSD has compelled us to file an official request for an investigation by the Grand Jury in Butte County," Sabrina Fendrick of the NORML Women's Alliance told Toke of the Town from Washington, D.C., on Thursday afternoon. 


Denver Marijuana Law Vote: Amendment 64 Wins Majority Support In Republican Assembly

Category: News | Posted on Thu, March, 15th 2012 by THCFinder
Fifty-six percent of the delegates at the Denver County Republican Assembly voted in support of a resolution to regulate marijuana like alcohol in the Centennial State. While the initiative, known as Amendment 64, did not receive the two-thirds majority required to adopt it as a plank in the party's platform, advocates are hailing the vote as significant.
"It is impressive and encouraging that a majority of some of the most active Republicans in Denver voted to endorse the initiative," wrote the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol in a statement. "As more and more Colorado citizens see their friends and neighbors voicing their opposition to marijuana prohibition, we expect support for the initiative will continue to grow."
The Assembly, which voted Saturday on the initiative, did adopt a resolution affirming that medical marijuana is a 10th Amendment issue that should be left to the states.
Under a medical marijuana law enacted in 2000, Colorado patients with a note from their physician can access marijuana from a dispensary. But federal prosecutors have ramped up enforcement around medical marijuana in recent months, resulting in the closure of dozens of dispensaries around the state.
The vote comes shortly after television evangelist Pat Robertson took to the airwaves on "The 700 Club" to condemn arrests for marijuana possession.
"On the heels of the Pat Robertson endorsement of Amendment 64, it is great to see increasing support for regulating marijuana like alcohol across the ideological spectrum," the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol added.


"Legalize Medical Marijuana" billboard targeting seniors

Category: News | Posted on Thu, March, 15th 2012 by THCFinder
MIAMI, FL (CBS4) - A South Florida man is setting out to promote the use of medical marijuana.
Billboards are popping up along Sample Road in Broward County that are targeting senior citizens.
The more ornate billboard says, 'Legalize Medical Marijuana.  I'm a patient not a criminal' and another depicts an elderly person in a wheelchair.
Down the road, another billboard reads 'Reschedule Medical Marijuana, one of the safest therapeutically active substances known to man." CBS4's Cynthia Demos spoke with folks who drove by the billboard.
"For my family I don't like it," said Roseanne Alves.
"Marijuana is a gateway drug," said Zed Castro.
The billboards are the work of 69-year-old Robert Platshorn.
Platshorm said he spent 30 years in prison for smuggling marijuana, a substance he says can help people and shouldn't be illegal.  He doesn't want others sent to prison for what he calls, 'not committing a crime', so he is trying to make it legal.
"The billboard is a way to bring attention to the cause," Platshorn said.  In the four years he's been out of prison he started his cause, "The Silver Tour" to promote the legalization of marijuana for seniors.
"They have the time, the inclination and the need," he said.


Mitch McConnell To Constituent: Marijuana Leads To Death

Category: News | Posted on Wed, March, 14th 2012 by THCFinder
Apparently we have another ignorant senator, Mitch McConnel who is making false statements that Marijuana is a drug that can lead to death, well we would love to hear even one instance where marijuana was the cause of a single death on this planet...
WASHINGTON -- Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) told a constituent in favor of legalizing marijuana that he doesn't support the idea because drugs like pot lead to death.
In a Feb. 14 letter to his constituent, McConnell said he has "serious concerns" about legalizing marijuana for medicinal purposes, a topic that the constituent had written to him about. He pointed out that the main ingredient in marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol, is already available in pill form for the treatment of certain illnesses.
He is also "troubled" by the fact that many legalization proposals would make marijuana available to the public "without following the scientific processes" of the Food and Drug Administration, McConnell said.
McConnell then cites a medical marijuana bill introduced by Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) and raises concerns about what could happen if it became law -- death.
"Because of the harm that substances like marijuana and other narcotics pose to our society, I have concerns about this legislation. The detrimental effects of drugs have been well documented: short-term memory loss, loss of core motor functions, heightened risk of lung disease, and even death," McConnell wrote.


Sheriff orders Compliance checks at homes of random Medical Marijuana Patients!

Category: News | Posted on Wed, March, 14th 2012 by THCFinder

Since when do the cops have a right to come to your house and request to see your medical marijuana card, identification, how many plants you are growing and more? Have you ever in your life heard of cops coming to your door when your doctor prescribes you vicodin for your pain to make sure that you only have the prescribed amount of pills in your bottle?


The answer is HELL NO! This is so f*cking ridiculous it just blows my mind that they can get away with this. At the very least I would expect my medical records to be a little more private and hidden away from the generaly public as well as local law enforment. It's none of their business if I am a medical marijuana patient or not and at not point should any patient ever have to worry about police showing up at their door for any bullshit compliance check!


Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey said he plans to meet with detectives who conducted recent medical marijuana “compliance checks” in Dunsmuir to ensure they’re relaying correct information to the public.

He said the Sheriff’s Office will abide by doctor recommendations for marijuana amounts and that any misinformation put out by deputies and detectives will be corrected. Lopey stated in an interview earlier this week that cooperating with deputies doing compliance checks is completely voluntary. (See Lopey's full response in the blue column to the right.)
Earlier this month, Dunsmuir residents reported that Sheriff’s deputies, in some cases accompanied by a detective, made unannounced visits to their homes, knocking on doors and stating they were there at the direction of the Sheriff.
Without producing warrants, the deputies and a detective dressed in full camouflage were reported to have requested to see medical marijuana recommendation cards, asked to photograph the cards, requested and photographed identification, asked to view the number of plants in possession and, according to several people who experienced the visits, advised people on what medical conditions marijuana may or may not be used for. Citizens said they were also being told that if they donate marijuana to the local collective they will be prosecuted for narcotics violations.


Marijuana Sobriety Checkpoints: New Legislation to Outlaw Driving While Stoned

Category: News | Posted on Mon, March, 12th 2012 by THCFinder

Watch out Tokers, you might be getting a DUI days after smoking that green if you aren't careful!

​Some will swear that marijuana has merit for motorists. Others fear impairment of any kind, at any level. We're pretty terrified of teen drivers, especially those with cell phones and hangovers, but we'll leave it to the government to intervene on this great debate. 
Driving while stoned would become much more dangerous under a bill introduced last month by a SoCal Assemblywoman: It would result in an automatic DUI offense.  
The proposed bill would tag this "offense" onto the section of the Vehicle Code that addresses drunk driving. The new section states any level of "cannabinoids or synthetic cannabinoid compound" found in a driver's blood or urine up to three hours after a traffic stop would equate to a DUI, according to AB 2552, which was introduced by Assemblywoman Norma Torres (D-Pomona).
But wait -- doesn't cannabinoids remain in the body for days or weeks after consumption? True that, according to California NORML: If passed, Torres' bill would criminalize outright operation of a motor vehicle by any marijuana user. So hopefully tokers know enough beer-drinkers skilled enough to stay under 0.08 to designated-driver them to work.
Torres introduced the bill quietly: No press release accompanied AB 2552's Feb. 27 unveiling. 
Torres is a former 911 dispatcher for the LAPD and mayor of Pomona serving her second term in Sacramento, and is running for reelection this year. Her financial backers include booze, cops, Indians, and media. More specifically, tribal committees, NBC Universal, Millercoors, the California Association of Highway Patrolmen, and the Wine Institute, Anheuser Busch, all of which contributed $1,000 or more to Torres's reelection campaign, according to records.
Word of the bill's existence broke over the weekend among the marijuana community: NORML issued a press release on Saturday, and union organizers pledged to fight the measure with "EVERYTHING we have," according to Dan Rush, national director of the medical cannabis and hemp division of United Food and Commercial Workers. The union is also fighting a similar bill in Colorado, Rush said.



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