Undercover cops have been going into Florida high schools, making friends, Facebooking, and even flirting with kids — all with the aim of entrapping impressionable teens and nailing them for using pot.Read more »
Finally getting some mainstream coverage...although the bit about "chronic users" suffering from anxiety and depression? Maybe you should lay off alcohol and cigs too, if that's the case. Addictive personalities...don't blame the plant.Read more »
What a perfect example of how the "system" can be gridlocked. Not a single person was arrested because there weren't resources to do so.Read more »
A medical marijuana shop's offer of free pot in exchange for registering to vote appears to have gone up in smoke. Your Healthy Choice Clinic of Lansing, Mich., had been offering a half gram on its website ahead of a vote for city council seats and after the council approved capping the number of medical marijuana dispensaries within city limits and setting a $1,000 application fee.Read more »
Jailed marijuana activist Marc Emery is suffering from a “superbug” infection called MRSA, leaving his wife seriously concerned for his health as he serves at least three more years in a Mississippi prison.
Jodie Emery said he was diagnosed earlier this year after a boil above his buttock tested positive for the infectionRead more »
The 69-year-old who grew marijuana to help his cancer-stricken wife was sentenced to jail on Friday morning
Gary Burton must serve 60-days behind bars for growing two pot plants in Chippewa Lake. He will also serve 30 days house arrest and will undergo drug testing for two years.
Burton says he was growing the plants for medicinal purposes, to help ease his wife's pain due to her breast cancer treatments.Read more »
This story comes via a "social media site for cops." The comments section is a trove of material for discussion. As I read through the posts, I couldn't help replaying in my mind how many times these cops say, "I'm just enforcing the law..." These comments give insight to how they really feel. You can see this in what some of them say about judges and their children as well as the law and how they believe it should be applied.Read more »
Chemicals Used in "Spice" and "K2" Type Products Now Under Federal Control and Regulation
DEA Will Study Whether To Permanently Control Five Substances
Chemicals like K-2 and Spice are designated as Schedule I substances, the most restrictive category under the Controlled Substances Act.Read more »
The 30-day test showed that children of ganja-using mothers were superior to children of non-ganja mothers in two ways: the children had better organization and modulation of sleeping and waking, and they were less prone to stress-related anxiety.Read more »
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