Aug 252014
 August 25, 2014
The Kevin Sabet Oregon Marijuana Education Tour Against Measure 91

You may have read about how the “quarterback of the anti-legalization movement”, Kevin Sabet, is bringing his road show to Oregon on the taxpayer’s dime to campaign against Measure 91, our initiative to legalize marijuana.  Except that he says, oh, no, heavens to Murgatroyd, “these are educational events, not political events,” that just happened to be timed for the week prior to Oregon’s ballot mail-out (we’re all-vote-by-mail, so this is like standing out front of the polls on Election Day). This, by the way, is illegal.  You can’t use federal tax dollars to campaign against state ballot initiatives.  But golly gee,

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Aug 252014
 August 25, 2014
Doctors In Pennsylvania Are Ready For Legal Medical Marijuana

Pennsylvania, like every other state in America, has people suffering from various ailments. Not all of these people can treat their conditions with pharmaceutical drugs, or don’t want to because pharmaceuticals drugs can be harmful. These people would benefit greatly if Pennsylvania legalized medical marijuana. It sounds like many doctors in Pennsylvania are on board with it. I just read an interesting article about medical marijuana in Pennsylvania. It included the following quote from a doctor named Jason Bundy, who works for the Center for Pain Control: It is well known among pain management physicians that there are few good

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Aug 252014
 August 25, 2014
Only 19% Of New Yorkers Support Marijuana Prohibition

A new poll has been released by Quinnipiac University, which asked people in New York if they supported recreational marijuana legalization, medical marijuana only, or if they wanted marijuana to remain completely illegal. While the results didn’t show overwhelming support for full legalization, it did find that less than 1 in 5 New Yorkers support full prohibition. Per the poll: Only 35 percent of New York State voters want to legalize marijuana for personal use, while 44 percent want to legalize marijuana for medical use only and 19 percent say marijuana should not be legal, according to a Quinnipiac University poll

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Aug 252014
 August 25, 2014
Washington Marijuana Stores Team Up To Fight Price Gouging

Legal marijuana is expensive in Washington State. This last week, prices reached as high as $30 per gram. That works out to $840 per ounce. I have never heard of someone getting $840 per ounce, no matter how good it is. But, I guess if people are willing to pay that much, let the invisible hand of economics carry on. Still, I think the legal recreational marijuana industry needs to scale back prices. If store prices are multiple times more than street prices, it could come back to haunt the industry. There’s a lot of blame being thrown around in

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Aug 242014
 August 24, 2014
State Legislatures Need To Take Note Of Oregon Marijuana Legalization Efforts

2012 was a bittersweet election year for me. I was absolutely ecstatic to see Washington and Colorado legalize recreational marijuana. However, I was sad that Oregon did join them. The day after the election results were finalized, Oregon’s largest media outlet The Oregonian published an article telling the Oregon Legislature to legalize marijuana. In the article, The Oregonian essentially stated that marijuana was nearly legalized in the 2012 Election, and that the Oregon Legislature should step up and pass a reasonable bill before activists pass a legalization bill that the Legislature won’t like. Immediately activists gathered in Portland (I was

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Aug 242014
 August 24, 2014
Vermont Marijuana Coalition Website Launched

By Matt Simon As the Aug. 26 Vermont primary election approaches, it’s clear that momentum for ending marijuana prohibition in Vermont continues to build. Governor Shumlin’s administration is currently working with the Rand Corporation to study the potential impacts of marijuana regulation, and many legislators are already convinced that marijuana should be treated similarly to alcohol. If you have been wondering where candidates on your ballot stand on marijuana policy, today is your lucky day. Please click here to view MPP’s voter guide for the Vermont primary election. Voting for favorable candidates is one important way to advance the issue, but we know

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Aug 242014
 August 24, 2014
Oregon's Largest Media Outlet Endorses Marijuana Legalization Initiative

A few years ago, Oregon medical cannabis patients and advocates launched a protest in front of The Oregonian’s office because the newspaper’s coverage of medical cannabis had gotten terribly offensive. In fact, the paper would refer to “medical” marijuana patients with quotes around medical, implying that all patients were faking their severe and debilitating medical conditions. The protest and subsequent conversation with the editorial board improved the paper’s coverage of medical marijuana and they agreed to drop the quotes. Fast forward a few years and the editorial board has just endorsed Measure 91, a state measure that will legalize, regulate and tax

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Aug 242014
 August 24, 2014
Marijuana Product Review - Vhit Reload Vape Pen Atomizer

There are many, many vape pens on the market right now. I have tried more than most, and my favorite one right now is the iTaste vv 3.0. Everywhere I go I show it to people, and they are blown away every time. You can get bigger hits from it than any other pen I’ve seen, which is the main thing I look for in a vape pen. I recently got my hands on the Vhit reload dry herb atomizer attachment, which is a very awesome product. Most vape pens can only use dabs, or if they have a flower

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How To Make Marijuana Chicken Breast

 Posted by at 10:55 AM on August 23, 2014  Marijuana Recipes
Aug 232014
 August 23, 2014
How To Make Marijuana Chicken Breast

Cannabis Chicken Breast Recipe Not every cannabis infused treat has to be made with a ton of sugar and chocolate. Since cannabis can be made in to butters, oils, sugars, and flours, you can pretty much make any regular meal with cannabis added in to it. This particular recipe will leave you with an amazing chicken breast that not only tastes amazing but will also get you super stoned as well. You can also store the chicken after it is prepared to eat later or you could cut it up and make sandwiches, chicken salad, or some other dish that you

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Aug 232014
 August 23, 2014
Poll: Majority Of Pennsylvanians Support Reforming Marijuana Laws

By Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director Nearly seven out of ten Pennsylvania voters believe that marijuana should be legal for either medicinal or recreational use, according to the results of a statewide survey released by Keystone Analytics. Sixty-nine percent of respondents said that cannabis should be made legal under state law, with 47 percent of voters endorsing its medicinal use and another 22 percent agreeing with the statement, “It should be legal for any adult to use for any reason.” Twenty-seven percent of respondents believed that cannabis “is a harmful substance that should remain illegal to buy and use in Pennsylvania.” The poll possesses

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