If you own a dispensary or a medical marijuana patient you probably already know that Washington state’s medicinal marijuana law is a wreck at the moment. Attempts to clarify the voter-approved law during the 2011 legislative session imploded when the governor vetoed large portions of the measure aimed at legalizing cannabis dispensaries. Between them, lawmakers and Gov. Chris Gregoire have created quite a headache for Washington’s medical marijuana patients, increased uncertainty and left patients and suppliers totally confused about their ...No Comments Read More
The Connecticut Senate approved legislation on Saturday that decriminalizes the possession of small amounts of marijuana. The measure passed after Democratic Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman broke an 18-to-18 tie vote as the president of the state Senate. It now moves to the House of Representatives for final legislative action.
While opponents of the bill said it sends the wrong message, proponents said the legislation will help young people arrested for marijuana possession to avoid a criminal record that could ...No Comments Read More
High Times Magazine has reached their 37th birthday, being the main source of marijuana pop culture, news and entertainment for smokers across the world.
Through out the 37 years there has been some iconic issues thats some collectors and High Times lifers would love to get there hands on. Well for those who thought they lost their favorite issue forever, good news is on your way.
Hightime will be offering some of there most sought after issues again, ...No Comments Read More
Our phones are small computers, let’s face it, it seems fairly easy to find pretty much anything you need on your phone. Whether its trying to find an address, restaurant , gas station you name it you can find it. So why not use this benefit for marijuana as well.
“Cannabis” is a iphone app that’s sole purpose to to find the closets and most convenient place to purchase medical cannabis. The application is a location-based service, pure and ...No Comments Read More
Yesterday Gov. Peter Shumlin just signed a bill that now allows Vermont to have medical marijuana dispensaries. Vermont is now the Eighth state to give their registered medical marijuana users a place to purchase their medicine.
Defiantly a big step in the ...No Comments Read More
Developed in France about 10 years ago “hempcrete” is a way to build low energy efficient houses, along with reducing the CO2 emissions. Half of CO2 emissions released in the atmosphere are caused from construction and building. But using more natural materials such as hempcrete could play a huge impact on more environmentally friendly neighborhoods.
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The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) just conducted a survey using data collected from medical cannabis registries and patient estimates to calculate the figures and the results are impressive, here is what NORML came up with
- Number of legal marijuana users in America is between one and one-and-a-half million.
- California alone could have over one million medical marijuana patients as NORML estimates two to three percent of the Golden State’s population (750,000 – 1,125,000 ...No Comments Read More
On Friday June 3rd federal and state law enforcement officials delivered some bad news to the medical marijuana dispensaries in Oregan. Warning them that selling marijuana for any purpose, including medical use, was against both federal and state law.
“Are we supposed to believe that people go to places like “Wake N Bake” to get medicine?” said U.S. Attorney, Dwight C. Holton. “ Oregonians, who adopted a medical marijuana law in good faith, deserve an answer — ...No Comments Read More
Next Wednesday, two bills will be brought to attention as lawmakers work to refine proposals decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana and legalizing it for medicinal purposes.
The two bills include ,
- The fine for possessing less than a half-ounce of marijuana has been increased from $99 to $200 for the first offense and $500 for the second.
- Possession of under 4 ounces is now punishable by up to a year in prison and a $1,000 fine. Minors will also lose ...No Comments Read More