“If all fossil fuels and their derivatives, as well as the deforestation of trees for paper and agriculture are banned from use in order to save the planet and reverse the greenhouse effect: Then there is only one known natural resource able to provide the overall majority of our paper, textiles and food, meet all the world’s transportation, home and industrial energy needs, reduce pollution, rebuild the soil, and clean the atmosphere–all at the same time–our old stand-by that did it all before: Cannabis Hemp… Marijuana!”
A bill that sets a legal limit for THC in a motorist’s bloodstream passed in the Colorado House on Tuesday.Under House Bill 1114, drivers caught with 5 nanograms THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana that produces the “high” sensation, in their blood would be considered to be driving under the influence of marijuana and could be ticketed similarly to a person who was considered to be too drunk to drive.
John Morgan, co-founder of Orlando-based Morgan & Morgan PA, is taking the lead in a Florida medical marijuana campaign, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
So John Morgan is throwing his political heft — code for megabucks — behind an effort to legalize medical marijuana in Florida.
It’s the lift the marijuana lobby has long dreamed about.
Just a few miles separate Windsor’s quaint Main Street from Fort Collins’ Old Town. The two communities share lifestyles and affluence and often mirror each other across an interstate, bridged literally and figuratively by Colo. 392. The business leaders of Windsor may frequent the quaint shops in its neighbor to the west. The retired residents and fitness fanatics may flock to the Poudre River Trail, a gateway cutting across both communities before continuing east to the agricultural center of Greeley.
Read The Article: Legal Marijuana Faces An Uncertain Future In Northern Colorado Communities.
Apparently growing vegetables in your basement in Leawood, Kansas is reason enough for the local police to raid your house, hold you and your family at gunpoint and accuse your 13-year-old son of using marijuana. At least, that’s the message sent after Johnson County Sheriff deputies blew in the door of the Harte family home last year looking for marijuana.