Would The Legalization Of Marijuana Eliminate The Black Market?

Will legalization end the black market?

With the nation’s mindset toward marijuana seemingly shifting in favor of reforming our country’s drug policy, one of the popular topics of discussion is the probable elimination of the black market via legalizing drugs. So, would legalizing marijuana on a nationwide basis indeed eradicate the black market’s source of income? Or would it be necessary to Read the full article…

Florida Bong Ban Sponsor Not Happy About How Law Turned Out

FLORIDA:  Ex-crackhead Rep. Darryl Rouson, who sponsored the bill that eventually became the “bong ban” law on Monday, is unhappy about how watered down it turned out to be, when all was said and done. Rouson believes that The Pot is a gateway drug to things like The Crack. Therefore, he worked diligently for years on Read the full article…

Florida Bong Ban Sponsor Not Happy About How Law Turned Out

Bong ban sponsor bummed out at final law

FLORIDA:  Ex-crackhead Rep. Darryl Rouson, who sponsored the bill that eventually became the “bong ban” law on Monday, is unhappy about how watered down it turned out to be, when all was said and done. Rouson believes that The Pot is a gateway drug to things like The Crack. Therefore, he worked diligently for years on Read the full article…

'Big Marijuana,' 'sugar daddies,' politics behind push to legalize medical marijuana in Florida

John Morgan has been a game-changer for the Florida MJ Movement

By Matt Dixon TALLAHASSEE - From the beginning, the legislative push to legalize medical marijuana came with a deep-seated sense of impending doom. “Slim to none,” were the chances state Rep. Katie Edwards, D-Plantation, gave a bill she filed this year to legalize medical marijuana. Her comments came during an April 1 news conference with more than Read the full article…

KSP to Start Flyovers in Search of Marijuana

Kentucky State Police outdoor pot bust

KENTUCKY:  Kentucky State Police helicopters will resume flyovers this summer as part of the agency’s annual marijuana eradication campaign. Rising fuel costs, though, means the helicopters won’t log as many hours in the air as in the past. Instead of conducting blanket flights, the agency will target areas where pot has been grown frequently in Read the full article…

Marijuana defense of the NJWeedman is working

Minnesota's medical marijuana fight turns to chronic pain

By Jeff Edelstein NEW JERSEY: Bobby T. is a 27-year-old Philadelphia resident. He’s got a good job, a regular guy, goes about his business. Not looking for any trouble. But — cue the music — trouble found him. He was driving back to his home from upstate New York after a weekend with some friends. Read the full article…

Quest to legalize marijuana personal to Florida couple

For the Jordans, the quest to legalize marijuana is very personal. In the background, Florida Governor Charlie Crist talks about his support in the use of medical marijuana on Bay News 9’s Political Connections Sunday morning.

FLORIDA: Sunday morning on Bay News 9’s Political Connections former Florida Governor Charlie Crist talked about his support in the use of medical marijuana. It’s something Bob and Cathy Jordan were shocked to see when they turned on the TV. “I never thought I would hear him say that,” said Bob Jordan, medical marijuana supporter. Read the full article…

Regulate medical and recreational marjuana separately

A Jacksonville law firm is trying to convince sheriffs that Florida law has for decades allowed severely ill patients who meet certain criteria to cultivate and smoke their own pot.

By JAY BERNEBURG Currently, access to medical marijuana in Washington is, for the most part, unregulated. If the recreational marijuana program in Washington is going to be successful, the Legislature must pass legislation regulating access to medical marijuana. However, this legislation must regulate medical marijuana separately from recreational marijuana to protect patient access to medical Read the full article…

Oregon Senate Committee Tweaks Medical Marijuana Dispensary Bill

Pot shops in Oregon that already sell medical marijuana have made big plans for the historic day - and hope there is enough supply to meet what is expected to be a huge demand.

OREGON:  A committee in the Oregon Senate has amended a House-approved bill that would expand the state’s medical marijuana program to license and regulate medical marijuana dispensaries statewide. Two significant changes were made to the bill Saturday by the Senate Committee on Rules following concerns voiced from the Oregon District Attorneys Association, who changed their position on the bill Read the full article…