Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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Monday, May 30, 2011

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Sunday, May 29, 2011

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Marijuana Legalization Initiatives Filed in Colorado

Excerpt from: Marijuana Legalization Initiatives Filed in Colorado [FEATURE] |
A coalition of Colorado and national drug reform groups Friday filed eight initiatives designed to amend the state constitution to legalize marijuana. It was the opening move in an effort to put the question to Colorado voters on the November 2012 ballot.

The groups lining up behind the initiatives are SAFER, Sensible Colorado, the Drug Policy Alliance, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, the Marijuana Policy Project, NORML, and Students for Sensible Drug Policy, as well as prominent Colorado marijuana attorneys and members of the state's thriving medical marijuana industry.

While the initiatives vary slightly from one another -- part of a bid by organizers to ensure they come up with the best language and pass the scrutiny of state election officials -- they all have as their core the legalization of the possession of up to an ounce by adults over 21, the legalization of the growing of up to six plants and possession of their yield, and the creation of a system of regulated commercial marijuana production and sales. (See the draft language for the base initiative here.)
Let's hope this does better that prop 19, but it is great to see the choice offered to the people.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Wasted Potential: The Cost Of MarijuanŠ° Prohibition

Gary Johnson - I don't want our kids criminalized over Marijuana

One of the only time you will see Fox news on my site. Trust nothing you see on this network.

"Half of what we spend on law enforcement, courts, and prisons is drug related. It costs $70 billion per year. We're arresting 1.8 million people a year in this country. And, we now have 2.3 million people behind bars. We have the highest incarceration rate in the world" says Gary Johnson, GOP presidential candidate and former New Mexico Governor.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Cannabis Conversion with Watermelon

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Saturday, May 21, 2011

Pot Pix: AK-47

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Judge Orders Cops To Return 2 Pounds Of Marijuana

A judge on Thursday ordered the California Highway Patrol to return two pounds of marijuana seized during an arrest in August 2010.

Sacramento Superior Court Judge John Spaunor ordered the police to return the personal property of Kevin Smith (not the famous movie director) of Sacramento after the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office dismissed DUI and marijuana possession charges against him.

Defense attorney Alex Veylupek said charges were dismissed in March after experts agreed that Smith did not have sufficient THC content in his bloodstream to cause impairment.

Veylupek said Smith has a rare medical condition that caused him to blackout behind the wheel while driving on Fair Oaks Boulevard last year. He also said Smith has a doctor’s prescription for up to three pounds of medical marijuana.

Via: Judge Orders Return Of 2 Pounds Of Marijuana - Most Popular News Story - KCRA Sacramento

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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

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Sunday, May 15, 2011

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Pot Pix: Watermelon edition

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Saturday, May 14, 2011

Delaware Governor Signs Medical Marijuana Law

Governor Jack Markell thanks you for your support.

Governor Jack Markell on Friday signed SB 17 into law, making it legal for Delaware residents with certain serious medical conditions to use medical marijuana with a doctor's recommendation.

The law goes into effect on July 1 and will permit people diagnosed with cancer, HIV/AIDS, multiple sclerosis, decompensated cirrhosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), agitation of Alzheimer's disease, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), intractable nausea, severe seizures, severe and persistent muscle spasms, wasting syndrome, and severe debilitating pain that has not responded to other treatments, or for which treatments produced serious side effects, to possess up to six ounces of marijuana without fear of arrest.

Congrats to Delaware for taking this action.

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San Jose Collects First Month's Marijuana Tax: $290,000

​Excerpts form San Jose Collects First Month's Marijuana Tax: $290,000 - Toke of the Town
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San Jose, California now has its first month's worth of marijuana tax in hand. "As of May 10, 73 medical marijuana collectives have remitted approximately $290,000 in taxes for the month of March," the city announced on Friday.

Starting March 1, San Jose slapped a seven percent tax on medical marijuana dispensaries under a measure city voters overwhelmingly approved last November. Even though San Jose officially considers all 100 or so of its dispensaries to be unlawful, pot providers are still required to pay the special marijuana tax to the cash-strapped city.

Most dispensary owners always assumed taxation would also mean legal acceptance, but now it appears the beleaguered providers will be catching it from both sides: they're still subject to police raids at the same time they are responsible for paying taxes.
This is a great step forward but it is also dis hearting that even when paying tax you are still subjected to being raided.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Harry J. Anslinger

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DOJ 'scare tactics' to stop medical marijuana

Scott Morgan is a professional marijuana legalization activist currently working in Washington, D.C. and he needs our help saving medical marijuana in America.

Scott is trying to get the message out that the Dept. of Justice is launching a new effort to destroy medical marijuana laws, which is a violation of Obama and Holder's promises that state laws allowing medical marijuana would be respected under this administration.
We're challenging these actions on multiple fronts, but what I'm asking from reddit is simple. Please just take a minute to visit the White House contact page, , and politely remind the President that you support medical marijuana and oppose federal interference with state laws protecting patients. That's all.

Once again lets get out and support this movement, the apathy about prohibition won't help anyone.

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Monday, May 9, 2011

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Sunday, May 8, 2011

Marijuana VS. Crystal Meth

Jamaican Lamb's Bread

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Saturday, May 7, 2011


I just want to know if it's possible to get a liquid form of THC to smoke with the e-cigarettes.

You can refill old cartridges whats to stop you from making your own.

Christopher Hitchens on marijuana legalization

"The marijuana user commits a victimless crime and it's really horrific that we make room in our prison system for people who've done no more than that." - Christopher Hitchens.

WA Governor Says She Likes New Medical Marijuana Bill

Washington Governor Christine Gregoire on Thursday gave her approval to the new medical marijuana proposal being developed in the state Senate. The new measure is the offshoot of the legislation the governor weakened last week.

Medical marijuana has been legal in WA since voters approved it in 1998, but patients can still be arrested and lack safe access, which SB 5073 would have fixed.

According to Gregoire, Sen. Jeanne Kohlp-Welles's latest bill is "absolutely mindful" of the reason for the governor's "partial veto" of 5073 (which removed almost all useful portions of the original bill): her supposed concern that state employees might be prosecuted for administering a medical marijuana program.

I love the fact that more and more states are taking up the cause, but a state law is a state law until there is a federal change it will always be a uphill battle. The war on drugs just doesn't work. It never will

I'm looking at you Mr President. Lets see a change by 2012.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Legalize 2012 : Colorado Marijuana Legalization Campaign

Legalize 2012 is putting a citizen's initiative on the ballot in Colorado in 2012 to amend the Constitution to re-legalize cannabis and hemp for all uses. The Legalize 2012 Project is a grassroots organization working with all cannabis activists in the state to write an initiative that has a broad base of support.

For medical cannabis patients, the Legalize 2012 Constitutional Amendment is an important step in fixing Amendment 20, Colorado's flawed medical marijuana law that was passed by voters in 2000. Amendment 20 was poorly-written by out-of-state interests and has allowed the state to take over the medical marijuana program to the point where there is now a new branch of law enforcement dedicated to fingerprinting and videotaping patients and tracking every gram of cannabis from "seed to sale." Citizens can write a better initiative that will allow all adult Coloradans to have safe access to cannabis, thus protecting the rights of sick people to also have unfettered, safe access.

Get involved in the real grassroots effort to put an initiative on the ballot in Colorado: Legalize 2012.