After the recent crackdown on California dispensaries, many of you are concerned if similar disruptions can or will happen here in Colorado. The short answer to “can it” happen is “yes.” The longer answer to “will it” happen is that similar hostilities don’t appear imminent in Colorado … but selling medical marijuana remains the single riskiest business in America.
No Dispensaries Within 1,000 Feet of a School, a shocking reality show introduced in California which depicts US Attorneys “weeding out” pot businesses, has hit the road. Should you stock up while you still can?
The legalization “movement” is crying out for someone to point the staff toward the Promised Land. Someone like Dr. Martin Luther King. If herbal rights proponents hope for legalization anytime soon, they would do well to replicate the tactics of individuals and movements that persevered through tremendous struggles to win their freedom.
Approached as a groundbreaking documentary which proves that cannabis cures cancer — the word “if” appears in the title, not the content — What If Cannabis Cured Cancer falls short of the mark. That said, the DVD presents the science behind THC’s potential to treat “modern diseases” in convincing fashion.
In a nation crying for new industry, with budget shortfalls impacting every level of government, cannabis commerce is a shining star hovering on the economic horizon. Cannatax generated from cannabis commerce could provide a lifeline for embattled governments desperate to maintain vital services in the face of rising costs. Problem is, people think only PhDs can grok it. Think again.
Besides deploying an army of lobbyists to sabotage any and all efforts to reschedule cannabis as a Schedule One drug, Big Pharma also excels at a practice the medical marijuana industry might actually want to adopt — it dispenses its often lethal and always popular concoctions in uniform doses. But the townsfolk of remote Craig, Colorado have another idea what they want their uniform doses of.
Say what you will about the FDA, but no prescription has ever left a pharmacy with the dosage information “take as much of this as you want, any time you feel like taking it.” But that’s exactly how most cannatherapy takes place. The products mentioned in this series have created a buzz in the community for good reason: they represent the industry’s first attempts at providing cannatherapy in uniform doses, replicating one practice Big Pharma gets right.
Ten Reasons Why MMJ Is Cannabis Commerce’s Ball and Chain: [Bonus] Reason 11 — It Keeps 45,000 Marijuana “Offenders” Imprisoned
One particular aftereffect of fixating on MMJ was just too toxic to suppress.
Ten Reasons Why MMJ Is Cannabis Commerce’s Ball and Chain: [Bonus] Reason 12 — It Keeps the DEA in Business
Americans for Safe Access actually expects DEA special agents to stand down. Right. Like those rough-and-ready dudes are going to get into the spirit of cooperation with ASA, playing ping-pong, working on Sudoku puzzles, and painting Tibetan sand mandalas instead of seizing and eradicating?
Wouldn’t you know it, when I’d finally freed up time to deconstruct The Ohio Medical Cannabis Act of 2012 [OMCA2012], Grohio Attorney General Mike DeWine had beat me to it. Above and beyond the litany of “content flaws” DeWine found before summarily rejecting the petition, its language was clumsy, amateurish, and written in a self-congratulatory tone. That contributed mightily to its demise.
You may have noticed that this site has been experiencing various “irregularities.” Think “open the pod bay door, HAL.” Our computer systems have displayed signs of … confusion. I know that it’s been hard to contact us, post comments, or search for articles you could easily find a few months ago. Some browsers have even displayed virus warnings. What is going on?
Whatever valid points Kevin Booth’s pot doc makes about the ongoing persecution of our most maligned weed are buried under easily the most disjointed direction and editing I’ve seen in a commercial DVD. The entire video seems to suffer from ADHD. Drenched in fundamentalist intensity, you won’t hear much from prohibition proponents. That bias make it difficult to accept the conspiracy theories How Weed Won The West passes off as the unassailable truth.