Apr 142013
 April 14, 2013
Strawberry Sour Diesel Marijuana Strain Pictures And Review

Strawberry Sour Diesel Cannabis Strain Pictures And Review Directly from the history books, the Strawberry Cough (Kyle Kushman) and Original Sour Diesel were joined to be able to attain the best from each strain. About 9 weeks flowering will provide you with a batch of extremely powerful buds loaded with juicy strawberry flavor, however keeping the hard impact and floatiness from the old-school Kush. “Just smoked on some fresh strawberry sour diesel to see if there was a difference and it was a bit more fruity and crisp kick with heavy exhale. Good strawberry diesel is comparable to strawberry cough

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Apr 142013
 April 14, 2013
UNICEF Report Indicates That Decriminalizing Marijuana Reduces Youth Usage Rates

The United Nations Children’s Fund has released its annual report on child well-being. “Report Card 11“, a comprehensive paper that details the specifics of child welfare, examines things from drug use to how many eat breakfast regularly, studying these topics across the globe. One of the topics studied is cannabis use among those aged 11-15. The study found, quite conclucisively, that Canada has more cannabis consumers in that age range than any other developed country in the world, at 28%. Five other countries had rates above 20% – France, Spain, Switzerland, the Czech Republic and the United States. Among these countries, the study

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Apr 142013
 April 14, 2013
Arizona Bill Would Shut Down Dispensaries

State Senator Kimberly Yee said she would amend her medical marijuana labeling bill — SB 1440 — so that a first-time violation would result in the permanent closure of legal dispensaries. This is one of many problems with the bill. This didn’t occur, and the future of medical marijuana is in jeopardy. If you are an Arizona resident, please write your legislators today. SB 1440 is billed as a way to label medical marijuana edibles so they won’t fall into the hands of children. That’s a great idea, and we support it. However, the rules are vague, and the bill contains a one strike

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Apr 132013
 April 13, 2013
Attend The Massachusetts DPH Medical Marijuana Public Hearings

The Draft regs are out and they are ridiculously restrictive, bad for patients. http://www.mass.gov/eohhs/docs/dph/legal/med-marijuana/med-marijuana-propose-reg.pdf One caregiver per patient will ensure patients do not get affordable access. Submit written testimony now! Reg.Testimony@state.ma.us Hearings on April 19th in Boston, Plymouth, and Florence, MA Friday, April 19th, MA Department of Health, Room, Public Health Council Room, 250 Washington St., 2nd Floor, Boston, MA, 10am http://www.mass.gov/eohhs/docs/dph/quality/drugcontrol/medical-marijuana/public-hearing-notice.doc Check out this event on Facebook

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Apr 132013
 April 13, 2013
Liquid Butter Marijuana Strain Pictures And Review

Liquid Butter Cannabis Strain Pics And Review “Liquid butter was a nice relaxing high that helped my back pain after a long day at the office. It’s a great sleeping aid that will really get you relaxed and feeling comfortable if you have any heavy aches or pains. It’s a very smooth smoke with slight lung expansion and has a tangy taste to it that is quite nice. The buds I got did not look the greatest but they had some nice trichome coverage and were not too dry or under cured.” – Lucid420 Check out the Liquid Butter marijuana

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Apr 132013
 April 13, 2013
Marijuana Policy And Presidential Leadership: How To Avoid A Federal-State Train Wreck

By Allen St. Pierre, NORML Executive Director As previewed last week on NORML’s blog, the Brookings Institute is convening a cannabis policy forum on Monday, April 15. In advance of the symposium, Brookings has released a comprehensive legal review and critical analysis of the current national and state laws that prohibit cannabis use, cultivation and sales. Excerpts from the Brookings’ press release and description of the issues tackled by Brookings scholar and noted legal writer and commentator Stuart Taylor, Jr. are found below. Mr. Taylor’s thoughtful and dynamic analysis and policy recommendations are here. Of equal value and incredibly informative are two

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Apr 132013
 April 13, 2013
Vermont House Votes 98-44 In Favor Of Marijuana Decriminalization

After a lengthy discussion, the Vermont House overwhelmingly voted in favor of H. 200, a bill that would reduce the penalty for possessing up to an ounce of marijuana to a violation, making it a civil rather than criminal offense. Ninety-eight representatives voted in favor, and only 44 were opposed. The bill is scheduled for more discussion in the House and a final vote next week before it moves to the Senate. However, the vote represents a strong indication of support from the House. As amended by the House Judiciary Committee and approved in a 9-2 vote, H. 200 would reduce the

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Apr 122013
 April 12, 2013
Republican Led Legislation To Protect States That Regulate Marijuana Introduced In Congress

Bill Would Shield Citizens from Federal Enforcement in States That Have Reformed Marijuana Laws Supermajority of Americans Believe Federal Government Should Leave State Marijuana Reforms Alone WASHINGTON, D.C.— Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), long-standing opponent of the Department of Justice’s use of federal money to undermine state medical marijuana laws, and other Republicans introduced legislation today exempting law-abiding citizens from federal arrest and prosecution in states that have reformed their marijuana laws. Eighteen states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana for medical use – and voters in Colorado and Washington passed laws to tax and regulate marijuana like alcohol

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