If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! I know that there is already a small part of California that is used for growing marijuana, but is the entire state looking ot legalize? …read more at http://www.thebestbongs.com/is-california-looking-to-legalize-marijuana.php

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Preserve in thoughts that you dont have to smoke to legalize it. Legalizing it will be your way of obtaining the economy out of some debt, and providing the government and pharmacies much more dollars. This will also be healing men and women with, but not restricted to these terrible illnesses/ symptoms etc. : …read […]

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As the state courts consider several pending legal cases that challenge bans on medical marijuana facilities, a bill that may help the anti-cannabis cause in Lake Elsinore and Wildomar is awaiting Governor Jerry Brown’s signature. Assemblyman Bob Blumenfield (D-Van Nuys) has authored AB 1300, which, if signed by the governor, paves the way for cities […]

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This article is courtesy of www.makeitmissoula.com The 16th Annual Missoula Hempfest is happening Saturday,  September 10, 2011 from Noon-10:30pm at Caras Park in Downtown Missoula. Hempfest is an educational and celebratory event of low-thc industrial hemp and it’s over 25,000 uses! From plastics to paper, food to fuel, hemp is an amazing viable crop that […]

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Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2011 The Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2011 – Identify industrial hemp by: Marty Paule (NaturalNews) Despite the proliferation of hemp products entering the green marketplace these days, there is still confusion among some consumers about the differences between industrial hemp and cannabis that’s grown for recreational and medicinal marijuana. […]

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Across West Michigan, medical marijuana dispensaries began to emerge two years ago after state voters approved an initiative to allow marijuana as medicine. Most dispensaries opened with little public attention, and operators avoided publicity because of controversy surrounding the law. Now, some local police and prosecutors hope they disappear as quietly as they came. The […]

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There are many scorching concerns that are staying debated for California’s upcoming elections. Nevertheless, the subject matter that is probably creating the most consideration (especially among California’s younger voters) is the law that proposes making marijuana legal in California. On November 2, 2010, Californians will vote on this proposed invoice. If Proposition 19 is passed, […]

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  Grand Rounds June 2009 – Cannabis Hyperemesis Syndrome from Department of Emergency Medicine on Vimeo. Last week we discussed the very interesting — but most certainly underdiagnosed — entity of cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome. In this week’s Life in the Fast Lane Review, Kane Guthrie points out that this is a hot topic, having been […]

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