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No On Prop. 19 Campaign Already 'Practically Claiming Victory'

Category: Legalization | Posted on Tue, November, 2nd 2010 by THCFinder

 

The Informer:

You pot legalization supporters better get serious, because the No on Prop. 19 campaign is dancing on the proposition's grave before it's even dead. They're that confident that 19, the initiative that would legalize marijuana possession, will fail.

They're practically laughing at you.

Read the whole story: The Informer

 

  


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Tommy Chong says vote YES for prop 19 today.

Category: Legalization | Posted on Tue, November, 2nd 2010 by THCFinder



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South Dakota to vote on medical marijuana

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Tue, November, 2nd 2010 by THCFinder

 

South Dakota could become the 15th state to legalize medical marijuana on Tuesday if voters agree with supporters that it's an issue of compassion.

 

A similar effort to allow patients suffering from a debilitating medical condition legal access to pot failed four years ago, receiving 48 percent of the vote.

 

Supporters of Initiated Measure 13 say those dealing with the pain and muscle spasms of multiple sclerosis or the nausea from cancer chemotherapy treatments should have access to something that could help them. Opponents argue the proposed law would lead to increased use of pot by those with no medical need.

 

South Dakota's proposal is more restrictive than laws in other states that have legalized marijuana for medical uses. It bans storefront dispensaries, and instead requires patients or their designated caregivers to cultivate and handle the marijuana. A caregiver would be limited to growing for no more than five patients.

 

The proposal would legalize marijuana to treat debilitating diseases such as cancer, glaucoma, HIV, AIDS, Lou Gehrig's disease and Alzheimer's, and conditions such as chronic pain, severe nausea or muscle spasms or seizures.

 

The state Health Department would issue registry cards, good for a year, to patients who get doctors to certify that they have medical needs that could be treated with marijuana. Qualified patients and their designated caregivers could not be arrested or prosecuted for having up to an ounce of pot.

 

The card holder or caregiver could have up to six marijuana plants, which would have to be kept in a locked place.

 

The law states that no more than one patient or caregiver could grow marijuana on the same property, unless the property is the primary residence for each of the cardholders.



(Source: Washingtonexaminer.com)


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Taco bell supports prop 19!

Category: Legalization | Posted on Mon, November, 1st 2010 by THCFinder

Do you? Make sure you go out and Vote on November 2nd, 2010.

 


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Medical Marijuana patients facing drug charges?

Category: Medical Marijuana | Posted on Mon, November, 1st 2010 by THCFinder

A state Judge in Hawaii is considering dropping drug charges against 2 medical marijuana patients who thought it would be a  good idea to try and get their weed on their flights to another island nearby. The two defendants admitted they were in possession of marijuana but that they had legal certification of their medical marijuana cards to prove they were in possession legally.

 

One of the biggest issues here is if a medical patient with another type of disease was found to be in possession of pills for their illness we all know they would not be charged or even ticketed, yet when medical marijuana patients are found with Marijuana there is always the chance of being arrested or even worse having to fight to stay out of Jail. Guidelines need to be set in place in order to keep things like this from happening over and over to medical patients who should have the right to carry their medication without fear of having trouble with the law.

 

(Source: Necn.com)


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German cops sporting the Cannabis leaf on their uniforms

Category: Culture | Posted on Mon, November, 1st 2010 by THCFinder

Motorists had begun seeing the emblems on the shoulders and arms of officers stopping them at routine checks in Hamburg. The Bremen police officials stated they have not authorized their officers to use these patches so it is still unclear why we are seeing them more often lately.

 

 

 

(Source: Dailymail.co.uk)


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