This may be something to read before you go and get your recommendation or your card. If you already have it and you're going for a renewal then maybe it's okay. You should find out first... In other words, if physicians use the same care in recommending medical marijuana to patients as they would recommending … Continue reading Getting a Consulations and Recommendation via Skype? Think again…
Early in my stoner experiences I had this happen to me. My friend accidentally knocked over the piece and it shattered into a million pieces. Big Blue! My Big Blue, so sad, but all was good because unknowingly we both followed rule of thumb #2 It could have happened to anyone the stoner retrieved another … Continue reading The 420 Code – It Could Have Happened to Anyone
No wonder the oposition wants to keep us from enjoying our freedoms. We can't run a business with these factors! We need more legitimacy so tax issues don't interfere with the cannabis industry... Colorado is missing $21.5 million in pot taxes. Voters legalized retail marijuana (pot for everyone, not just medical patients) in 2012. And … Continue reading Over Twenty Million in Taxes missing from Colorado Pot Industry
Another victory. Let freedom reign! MAINE: Voters in South Portland, the fourth-largest city in the state, approved a measure that removes all legal penalties for possession of up to 1 ounce of marijuana by adults. Maine's largest city, Portland, already legalized recreational marijuana last year. A similar measure in Lewiston failed Tuesday night. via Voters … Continue reading Voters in Maine approve Measure to decriminalize up to 1 ounce of weed
Is Michigan next state to go legal? It certainly looks like decriminalization and more relaxed stances towards medicinal cannabis is gaining more traction there In Michigan, 10 communities will vote on decriminalization measures in a number of the state’s counties, including Huntington Woods, Berkley, Saginaw, Mount Pleasant, Clare, Harrison, Frankfurt, Onaway, Port Huron and Lapeer. … Continue reading Oregon went #weed Legal, is Michigan Next?
Voters in Oregon and Alaska made history by making their homes the third and fourth states to legalize sales of recreational marijuana in the United States. Washington DC voted to remove all criminal penalties from pot. And while pot did take a setback when Florida voters rejected a medical marijuana program, two counties in New … Continue reading Oregon and Alaska Make History by legalizing Recreational Marijuana