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  1. January 19th, 2016 the neighbor and myself caught the guy who'd broke into my house. After PD had taken him into custody and took our statements after the neighbor walked away the police asked about the legality of my firearm and the smell of marijuana. I did not lie I told him the gun was registered in my name and that I was a legal carded patient showed him card and paperwork. I was then informed that I am in violation of state and federal laws and subject to immediate arrest. My only saving grace is the LEO is part of our community watch program. He told me to close my garden and
  2. We had no issues listening in over Wi-Fi connection on an iPhone here in Knox County. t-pain there's a huge push by farmers here for industrial hemp besides the steady drive for Medical Cannabis. Some of the more wealthy and well connected farmers in protest here are planting small hemp crops. The ten (10) state regulated Medical Cannabis growers idea isn't very popular as you could expect. Some are questioning the selection process and do not want out of state companies being able to apply as one of the ten, understandable. Lots of interest here in extracts for fighting cancer. T
  3. My pain management Doctor is ok with Medical Cannabis as long as you are a legal carded patient.
  4. On a personal note A big thank you to Mr. Carr for all his help and guidance. I'm back in Ohio and wanted to let you know PGT has growing audience here in central Ohio. There are many here working to bring legal Medical Marijuana to Ohio and with over half of needed signatures already on petitions we believe this time the people will prevail.
  5. New York Times Editorial Board Calls On States To Legalize Recreational Use Of Marijuana http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/10/06/ny-times-marijuana-initiatives-legalize-newspaper-weed_n_5938798.html?&ir=Politics&ncid=tweetlnkushpmg00000016 The New York Times editorial board continued its endorsement for the legalization of marijuana on Sunday with a new push for its recreational use around the country. The Times argued that Alaska, Oregon and the District of Columbia should follow suit and pass initiatives to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. In 2012, Colorado
  6. 11-month old killed by foster mother was taken away from parents because of pot use http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/09/11-month-old-killed-by-foster-mother-was-taken-way-from-parents-because-of-pot-use/ n 11-month-old baby girl, taken from her mother by Colorado authorities after her boyfriend admitted to smoking marijuana, was allegedly killed by her foster mother, reports ABC7. Sydney Danielle White, 20, of Grand Junction took an unresponsive baby, Angel Lane Place, to Children’s Hospital in Aurora, telling hospital staff that she had “accidentally dropped” the infant. White later admitt
  7. We also know that the use of narcotics (Robin had a well known cocaine addiction he kicked) and alcohol can alter brain function and if you already have a neurological disorder those added factors just compound the problem. Maybe some good will come from this tragedy and America as a whole will stop shamming mental illness and recognize it's treatable in most cases with therapy without using psychotropic drugs.
  8. We lost a Michigan original, a very funny guy, and a good person. Nanu Nanu You will be missed Friends, please, if you are in crisis pick up the phone and call National Suicide Prevention Life Line at, 800-273-8255 As someone who deals with depression having an understanding person to talk with is what we need.
  9. We can start to really "fix" the issues by voting out the republicans who seem to think we are all drug addicts anyway.
  10. Ohio marijuana law first time offense penalties are pretty lax but penalties increase exponentially after first arrest. Possession 100 grams or less No jail time Misdemeanor $150.00 fine Possession 100-200 grams 30 days in jail misdemeanor $250.00 fine Cultivation same as possession for small quantities 80% of the police, politicians, and citizens of the town I go to and have discussed marijuana prohibition with are for legalization. But as in all red states gerrymandering denies us our one person one vote so a very few control policy for the majority. NORML web site has lis
  11. "We'll be sure to find and fund ways to arrest legal marijuana users" quote by LE in the Ohio town where I've been going. Even thou Ohio is already a decriminalized state (to an extent) arrests still are the focus of LE. Add in a depressed manufacturing and farming economy along with the sale and move of Rolls Royce to SEIMANS tax revenues have dramatically shrunken and they will find a way to fund "their city". Another glaring example of why WE have to take part in the process.....(just watch your toes)
  12. I've been coming to Knox County, Ohio helping grassroots MM Patents and advocates collect enough signatures by July 5th.to get MM on the 2014 ballot. If any of our members know people or have relatives here please contact them and ask them to support MM. As usual the same tired old reefer madness stories are being used (A-Z) and the most often one used is the old stand-by parroted by Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer "the kids will get it" believe me, the kids here have no problem getting their hands on cartel weed. (both foreign and domestic) The drug LE should be focused on he
  13. Americas politicians may one day allow legal cannabis in all 50 states for adults to partake in, but those same politicians will find new ways to arrest for using legal cannabis.
  14. Mexican Diplomat Says America Pretty Much Invited The Sinaloa Drug Cartel Across The Border Leaked emails from the private U.S. security firm Stratfor cite a Mexican diplomat who says the U.S. government works with Mexican cartels to traffic drugs into the United States and has sided with the Sinaloa cartel in an attempt to limit the violence in Mexico. Many people have doubted the quality of Stratfor's intelligence, but the information from MX1—a Mexican foreign service officer who doubled as a confidential source for Stratfor—seems to corroborate recent claims about U.S. involvement
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