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  1. Missouri becomes 19th state to decriminalize marijuana possession! Dear Supporter, On Tuesday, Gov. Jay Nixon made Missouri history by allowing the state to join the ranks of 18 others that have eliminated the possibility of jail time for the possession of marijuana. The new law made several significant reforms to the state’s criminal laws, including protecting people caught with up to 10 grams from incarceration for choosing a substance that is safer than alcohol. The governor decided not to sign SB 491, instead allowing it to become effective without his signature. In addition to “decriminalizing” simple possession of marijuana, this new law also reduces possible sentences related to the sale and cultivation of marijuana, including the current ban on probation or parole for those with 3rd felony offenses. https://theglasspipeshopblog.wordpress.com/2016/05/17/history-was-made-today-in-missouri/
  2. A Massachusetts crime lab scandal could result in tens of thousands of criminal convictions being overturned. It’s not the first time this has happened in the state either. http://addictinginfo.org/2016/05/08/40000-ma-drug-cases-could-be-thrown-out-because-of-drug-stealing-lab-scandal/
  3. Tuesday, state lawmakers will vote on a bill that could SET the stage for creating a legal limit for driving under the influence of marijuana. The Michigan HOUSE of Representatives will vote to create a commission in charge of researching and recommending a limit of THC bodily content that would constitute evidence of impaired driving. Michigan's medical marijuana law protects patients from prosecution for drugged driving as long as they aren't "under the influence" of the drug. NOW legislators hope to define exactly what that limit is. http://www.9and10news.com/story/31814916/bill-seeks-to-define-legal-marijuana-limit-for-drivers#.Vx86uoxOhkg.facebook
  4. Michigan residents can rest assured because, despite the massive lead contamination of Flint’s entire public water supply, the State has its priorities on point as the government continues doggedly pursuing criminals of the highest order. No, not Governor Rick Snyder, of course — nor anyone else potentially responsible for poisoning an entire city’s population with lead — We’re talking about those awful medical cannabis users and pesky recreational pot smokers. Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/michigan-cracks-marijuana-continuing-poison-entire-citys-water-supply/#OKYCydpeJJ7YiAkM.99
  5. by Health Impact News/MedicalKidnap.com Staff A Michigan teenager was close to death in CPS custody in December, but advocates worked together to fight for her life. Abbie Odonnell, NOW 15, is much better, but now her twin sister Alexis, who remains in a juvenile detention facility, has deteriorated to the point where her family fears for her life. Her mother says: She won’t survive another 7 months. - See more at: http://medicalkidnap.com/2016/04/19/michigan-teen-girl-in-cps-custody-near-death-twin-sister-pleads-for-her-life/#sthash.Y5haFtfM.dpuf
  6. BUFFALO, N.Y. — Scientists at the University at Buffalo’s Research Institute on Addictions (RIA) are studying chronic stress and depression, with a focus on endocannabinoids, which are brain chemicals similar to substances in marijuana. http://www.buffalo.edu/news/releases/2015/02/004.html#sthash.hzXl055A.dpuf
  7. How does this help Hartwick and/or Joe Average pt. that grows his own and has been taken to the cleaners ?
  8. MUSKEGON, MI – An officer of the law in Muskegon could soon be spending most of his time "investigating and educating" medical marijuana providers and marijuana-related businesses. The Muskegon County Board of Commissioners Courts and Public Safety committee recently voted to accept a $61,249 Medical Marijuana Operation and Oversight grant from the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, called LARA. http://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/index.ssf/2016/04/muskegon_to_get_officer_invest.html#incart_2box_news_muskegon
  9. A new study has shown that pharmaceutical drugs cause more overdoses and more deaths than all of the illegal drugs on the market combined. According to the government’s own statistics, listed on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website, deaths relating to pharmaceutical drugs rose to roughly 23,000 last year, which accounts for over half of the total overdose deaths in the country for that time period. Additionally, a recent study conducted by researchers with the University of Virginia, University of Arkansas, the Partnership for Drug Free Kids, and the American Institutes for Research reconfirmed the known dangers of pharmaceutical drug abuse. http://countercurrentnews.com/2015/12/government-says-big-pharma-more-people-than-all-illegal-combined/
  10. Big Pharma must be getting seriously worried by the results of a recent survey conducted by the Centre for Addictions Research of BC The pharmaceutical (along with the alcohol) industry is a powerful influences in Washington and has long been lobbying against cannabis legalization in order to protect their profits. Natural Blaze reports: However, the tide has turned as decriminalization of medical and recreational cannabis sweeps the nation and the continent. With legalization, more and more people are discovering how this plant can provide a safe alternative to the dangerous effects of prescription pills. http://healthcurecorner.com/big-pharma-not-happy-80-of-cannabis-users-give-up-prescription-drugs/
  11. That did not seem to matter to anyone too much ! There was LEO present of course . Seemed like they kept to the perimeter and mostly left us alone . Yep , colder than a witches' . . .
  12. According to the national litigation and public policy organization, the Innocence Project, at any given time there are an estimated 40,000 to 100,000 innocent people currently locked in a cage in U.S. prisons. Couple this staggering number with the number of people locked up for non-violent drug possession and the United States looks more like the Gulag of the 1930’s than the Land of the Free. http://countercurrentnews.com/2016/04/researchers-expose-police-field-test-kits-test-positive/
  13. Maybe because all parents were at one time kids themselves . . . . .
  14. A lot of what Hartwicks problem with the Judge was the Judge mentioning over 1200 phone text messages(taken out of context) that had some reference to the meds his father was taking . I believe the Judge thought he was selling Oxy's also . Not to mention an absent lead detective Ferguson .
  15. Anyone here ever take a loupe into a Dispensary ? Where do ya suppose the kief comes from on the "Moon Rocks" they sell ? Dispensary + Cannabis = tumble-weed . Wanna talk about unscrupulous and flat out rip-off ? Not sayin' they all do it , but . . . in the land of the Limited Liability Corporations of America , it's buyer beware !
  16. Try folding your parchment in half so that your rosin is folded on itself and put it in the freezer for a minute or two . Take it out and carefully unfold it and it should stick to itself on one half of the fold and you should be able to gather all the outside spots together . Be careful as it's like shatter when you pull it out , it will become sticky again as it reaches room temperature .
  17. A New Jersey Crime Lab technician was suspended with pay, after he was found writing down results of suspected marijuana, before the tests were even completed, throwing 7,827 criminal cases into doubt, damaging confidence in the workings of that state’s criminal justice system. https://photographyisnotacrime.com/2016/03/02/new-jersey-lab-technician-suspended-falsifying-test-results/
  18. Due to overwhelming interest you will now have the ability to watch and participate in the Summit remotely! The Summit will be VideoCast live to the public on March 22-23, 2016. Sign-up below for the live NIH VideoCast of the Summit. Information on how to access the VideoCast will be provided in your confirmation email. http://apps1.seiservices.com/nih/mj/2016/VideoCast.aspx
  19. Rosin Tech: How To Make Solventless Extraction with EaseRecently the rosin technique has been gaining a lot of traction in the cannabis industry as it is a simple and affordable way to produce a quality product, within seconds. This simple technique separates the resin from the plant material by using heat and pressure. The yields are much similar to other extraction techniques, ranging between 10-15% with flower and even more with dry sift/kief. http://www.medicaljane.com/2015/04/13/rosin-tech-how-to-make-solventless-extraction-with-ease/
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