April 28, 2012

Accolades to the politicians in New England. News yesterday out of New Hampshire reports the Senate is considering protecting industrial hemp from being listed as a controlled substance. It would only go into effect after the Drug Enforcement Agency certifies that at least two other New England states have adopted such legislation but is an […]

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And the feds, under the guise of ATF, is arming the Mexican drug cartels. ATF told the gun stores ‘Go ahead,’ arm drug cartels http://yesbuthowever.com/armed-mexican-drug-cartels-5000895/ http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/07/26/atf-accused-in-congressional-report-arming-cartel-for-war-through-operation/ Who’s you criminal? …read more at http://www.tokeofthetown.com/2012/04/sf_democratic_party_to_obama_end_medical_marijuana.php

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Canadian Regulations The passage of Bill C-8 in June 1996, resulted in the modification of the Canadian Drug Act decriminalizing the low () 9 tetrahydrocannabinol) ) 9 THC Cannabis, industrial hemp. The Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA) came into force on May possibly 14 1997 replacing the Narcotic Control Act and Parts III and […]

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Accolades to the politicians in New England. News yesterday out of New Hampshire reports the Senate is considering protecting industrial hemp from being listed as a controlled substance. It would only go into effect after the Drug Enforcement Agency certifies that at least two other New England states have adopted such legislation but is an […]

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This week the Republican-controlled New Hampshire House of Representatives passed a medical marijuana bill by a lopsided vote of 236 to 96, one day after Gov. John Lynch, a Democrat, threatened to veto the legislation. Last month the state Senate approved the bill, which would let patients with “debilitating medical conditions” or their “designated caregivers” […]

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COLUMBIA, Mo. — A leader of the Missouri legal marijuana movement says his group won’t collect enough voter signatures to qualify for the November statewide ballot. A group called Show-Me Cannabis needed to collect roughly 144,000 signatures by early May to get its proposals on the ballot. The group’s chairman, Columbia attorney Dan Viets, said […]

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