Five Conservatives That Unexpectedly Support Marijuana Reform | Marijuana.com

Five Conservatives That Unexpectedly Support Marijuana Reform | Marijuana.com

Five Conservatives That Unexpectedly Support Marijuana Reform | Marijuana.

Portugal’s Drug Experience: New Study Confirms Decriminalization Was a Success | TIME.com

From the perspective of drug warriors, the criminal laws against drug possession are all that protect Americans from a deluge of drugs, an orgy of marijuana, cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine use that would kill children, destroy productivity and basically leave America a smoking hulk of wasteland populated by brain-dead zombies.

Read The Rest Of The Story Here: Portugal’s Drug Experience: New Study Confirms Decriminalization Was a Success | TIME.com.

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Marijuana legalization seems to have momentum | MSNBC

Marijuana legalization seems to have momentum | MSNBC

In this video, The people in the crowed start laughing when President Obama mentions the online community’s top questions were about Marijuana and if legalizing it could help with the economy.. President Obama even laughed and made a comment about the online community..

Well, I’m Not Laughing!!!

I think this is serious medicine, and is nothing to be laughed at!!!

Marijuana legalization seems to have momentum | MSNBC.

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Repeal Marijuana Prohibition

Repeal Marijuana Prohibition

Repeal Marijuana Prohibition

Repeal Marijuana Prohibition’s purpose is to free marijuana & hemp from the bonds of ignorance, fear, & propaganda and to overturn the unconstitutional laws that still make its use a crime in so many places.

Repeal Marijuana Prohibition.

Denver Police Are Using a Nose Telescope to Sniff Out People’s Weed | VICE

Denver Police Are Using a Nose Telescope to Sniff Out People’s Weed | VICE

Can you smell the sweet, pungent perfume of legalized marijuana over the horizon? On November 6, 2012, voters in Colorado and Washington passed Amendment 64 and Initiative 502, respectively, which allowed marijuana to be produced, sold, and consumed by adults 21 and older, regulated like alcohol and tobacco. For pot smokers across the country, this was a huge get, paving the way for an increase in legalization across the country, and now that the related legislation has been reviewed and implemented, hundreds of dispensaries across both states are scheduled to open on January 1, 2014. However, one of the new mandates being upheld in Denver, Colorado, is aimed at the unexpected, yet most identifiable part of the process: the sticky-icky, funky-skunky smell of some dank-ass weed.

Denver is one of a handful of cities with a new odor ordinance, which ACLU lawyer Mark Silverstein called a “tremendous overreach, ill-advised, unnecessary and unconstitutional,” carrying a hefty $2,000 fine for smelly violators. The number of marijuana-based odor complaints in Colorado doubled from 7 in 2010 to 16 in 2012, and that number will undoubtedly continue to climb next year when retail marijuana becomes widely available, although the current crop of complaints comes from the wafting scent of grow-ops and not from smokers themselves. The regulatory concept is still tricky; I mean, how do you qualify the stink of any given area? Hot-box a station wagon in the middle of the summer and to the participants, the smell becomes undetectable after a few minutes, but get into your car the next morning and it smells like one of Wiz Khalifa’s dumps. To help with detection, the Denver police department bought themselves the awkwardly named, high-tech, futuristic, “Nasal Ranger” scent-o-scope, designed to help the user detect odor amounts.

Denver Police Are Using a Nose Telescope to Sniff Out People’s Weed | VICE.


Cannabis Prohibition: The End of an Era (New Documentary)

Cannabis Prohibition: The End of an Era (New Documentary)

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DEA searches Anderson collective » Anderson Valley Post

DEA searches Anderson collective » Anderson Valley Post


DEA searches Anderson collective » Anderson Valley Post.

Pot initiative will go before Encinitas voters in 2014 | UTSanDiego.com

Pot initiative will go before Encinitas voters in 2014 | UTSanDiego.com


Pot initiative will go before Encinitas voters in 2014 | UTSanDiego.com.

Bid to overturn L.A. pot shop ban qualifies for ballot – latimes.com

Bid to overturn L.A. pot shop ban qualifies for ballot – latimes.com


Bid to overturn L.A. pot shop ban qualifies for ballot – latimes.com.

Southern Oregon medical marijuana farm raided by federal drug agents | OregonLive.com

Southern Oregon medical marijuana farm raided by federal drug agents | OregonLive.com


Southern Oregon medical marijuana farm raided by federal drug agents | OregonLive.com.