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  1. It might be legal to give them away, now that the recreational law is in effect. But I'm not a lawyer.
  2. Sounds like this case in Grand Haven awhile back. State Police lab has lost credibility. http://www.mlive.com/news/grand-rapids/index.ssf/2016/06/crime_labs_bend_science_to_str.html
  3. I had the same issues. Best way I found to vape it is an Atmos Kiln style unit on a box mod set at 10-12 watts. And if it's decarbed first, I use coconut oil in gel caps.
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  5. A chicken in your pot. I like it, might make a good campaign slogan.
  6. Indeed. I live fairly close to Grand Haven, Let me know if I can help.
  7. I've heard stories also, but really would like to find some pollen to use on my FL2 cut (Speechless). My only male FL1 flowered @ week 4 or 5 while vegging under 18/6 and the pollen was not viable. I can't get "Speechless" to throw pollen even after 14-16 weeks of 12/12. I'm tempted to give bcbudepot a try.
  8. That would work for cannabis quite well IMHO
  9. >>I am curious if "Liberal" and "Democrat" are synonymous for you<< no,
  10. I'm a liberal and not a wuss; if you're calling out liberals feel free to PM me.
  11. This looks like a "summer job" for some ones niece. None of the links are functional; Had to go back to school?
  12. Laws elsewhere may doom medical marijuana in Indiana - News and Tribune: News By MAUREEN HAYDEN | Posted: Wednesday, January 7, 2015 8:15 am INDIANAPOLIS — State Sen. Karen Tallian posted details of her plan to allow medicinal use of marijuana on Facebook this week, drawing thousands of supportive comments. The Democrat had given up a years-long push to decriminalize the drug, instead narrowing her focus to making pot a legal painkiller when prescribed by doctors for certain life-threatening or debilitating conditions. “At least we can make the exception for compassionate use,” Tallian s
  13. SEATTLE — Washington's legal marijuana market opened last summer to a dearth of weed. Some stores periodically closed because they didn't have pot to sell. Prices were through the roof. Six months later, the equation has flipped, bringing serious growing pains to the new industry. A big harvest of sun-grown marijuana from eastern Washington last fall flooded the market. Prices are starting to come down in the state's licensed pot shops, but due to the glut, growers are — surprisingly — struggling to sell their marijuana. Some are already worried about going belly-up, finding it tougher than
  14. I've been growing one that is exceptional. Picked the best phenotype from some seeds I got from Swampy. A cross between his legendary Free Leonard (now known as The Big) and Crystal Ship. It was given the name Speechless by a friend who was actually left speechless after his first sampling. Swampy's Speechless
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