• POISON POT

    POISON POT0

    Once again it’s illustrated commercialism and cannabis DO NOT mix, as more whack legal weed turns up in Denver, hopefully not for patients. A CNN report published last Wednesday found that at least one over-the-counter product tested positive for illegally high levels of the neurotoxin imidacloprid. CNN commissioned tests by an independent lab, and the report

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  • NEW DEA DOPE

    NEW DEA DOPE0

    The DEA has a new leader that illustrates the relation to moms, babies, kids, food labelers, and sick people, people who could become patients, from our tax supported government. As you read this story or watch the news about lately, it’s easy to just cop a fat sac, close the blinds, and don the headphones

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  • CANNABIS CROSSOVER

    CANNABIS CROSSOVER0

    From the time I first went to LA’s NORML meeting, I had a hidden agenda. Masquerading as an activist, my true aim is anarchy. As anyone who attended an Occupy site knows, the various activist causes being fought for are all against the same mindset, the same morality, and many of the same companies. With

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  • AB266 AUTHORS HEADLINE POT MEET

    AB266 AUTHORS HEADLINE POT MEET0

    If you haven’t heard that State Assembly Bill, AB266, threatens medical marijuana patients’ rights and freedom to invent, you’ve been dabbing way too much. This weekend, in Santa Monica, the State of Marijuana Conference will play host to three of the four authors concerning a trio of bills, the other two concerning cultivation and setting

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  • PROP 215 ASSAULT

    PROP 215 ASSAULT0

    For those who thought they wouldn’t have to worry about MMJ rights until 2016, the recently introduced AB 266 changes all that. Please follow this link to read all the stipulations and bureaucratic red tape, added government bloat of more agencies and product profit to pay for it, and logical questions, comments added in red

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  • THE BONTA BONE

    THE BONTA BONE0

    13 bills in the California legislature deal with marijuana; most of them specifically with medical marijuana. The bill with the most far reaching consequences is AB 266. This bill is an attempt to put some state controls on California’s patchwork of local regulations. The bill creates a new Governor’s Office of MMJ  Regulation  to oversee

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