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#1 Lucky_Cat

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Posted 07 December 2012 - 05:56 AM

Its here. and its FREE ...

http://www.youtube.c...ingthetaboofilm
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Posted 07 December 2012 - 07:20 AM

Thanks LC now how can i email it?
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Posted 08 December 2012 - 06:25 AM

jobs a goodin maybe someone might listen Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image

i'd copy and paste it into an email PB :)


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Posted 08 December 2012 - 09:20 AM

almost a 100,000 views since yesters.. total half a million know the craic (overall views including trailers)... wish they had a dvd make ace crimbo pressie..maybe they have.. will check it out...but hope this goes viral ....
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Posted 14 April 2013 - 09:50 AM

Vermont moving to decriminalize. ---- Good Move ----- Free it, do not tax it.

http://www.mpp.org/m...t-house-of.html

VERMONT HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES APPROVES MARIJUANA DECRIMINALIZATION BILL
MONTPELIER – The Vermont House of Representatives approved a bill 98-44 Friday that would decriminalize possession of limited amounts of marijuana. The bill is scheduled for another House vote next week before moving forward to the Senate. Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell and Public Safety Commissioner Keith Flynn testified in favor of the bill, and Gov. Peter Shumlin has also expressed support for such a proposal.

"Vermont is another step closer to adopting a more sensible approach to marijuana policy," said Matt Simon, a legislative analyst for the Marijuana Policy Project. "The support demonstrated by members of the House reflects that of the state's top law enforcement officials and the voters."

H. 200, introduced by Rep. Christopher Pearson (P-Burlington) with a tripartisan group of 38 co-sponsors, would remove criminal penalties for possession of up to one ounce of marijuana and replace them with a civil fine, similar to a traffic ticket. Those under age 21 would be required to undergo substance abuse screening. Under current state law, possession of up to two ounces of marijuana is a misdemeanor punishable by up to six months in jail for a first offense and up to two years in jail for a subsequent offense.

Nearly two-thirds (63%) of Vermont voters support removing criminal penalties for possession of small amounts of marijuana and replacing them with a civil fine, according to a survey conducted by Public Policy Polling in February 2012.

"A majority of Vermont voters agree that nobody should be subject to life-altering criminal penalties simply for using a substance that is objectively less harmful than alcohol," Simon said. "I think we can all agree that addressing violent and otherwise serious crimes is a better use of law enforcement officials' time and resources than arresting and prosecuting people for possessing small amounts of marijuana."

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Posted 28 April 2013 - 05:36 AM

PASS AND TAX
Colorado reconsiders recreational "pot" as well as a tax of 30% or more.

It is clear that no other option than simply ending the prohibition is viable or soon no one will be able to afford "low cost" medicine.

http://denver.cbsloc...-in-colorado-2/


DENVER (AP/CBS4) — Marijuana legalization could be going back to the ballot in Colorado — a prospect that infuriated pot legalization activists Friday.

The proposal for a marijuana ballot measure came as the House started debate Friday evening on bills to regulate and tax pot. One bill would state how pot should be grown and sold, and the other would tax recreational marijuana more than 30 percent.


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Posted 01 May 2013 - 11:32 AM

Decriminalization is a joke and a setup, imho. You can't approve use of a substance without providing for that substance to be created and distributed. This is exactly was decrim laws do, leaving those who would produce with thier asses hanging out there in the wind, waiting for johnny law to pick them off. I feel badly for Colorado users. Partly becouse my own state did it horribly and now that they have a solid tax scam setup, before they can even figure out how to distribute the state controlled supply, they're trying to figure out ways to come after MMJ users with an additional tax. Take something beautifull and fill it full of crap... nobody can do it as well as our political morons. I've had such high hopes (pun intended) for legalization in WA and CO, but as time goes on... we get to see the greedy politicians twist and pervert the intentions of the voting people, for any way to fill thier coffers, even at the price of the sick and suffering. It's been quite a disgusting education.

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Posted 19 October 2013 - 06:08 AM

http://www.ynetnews....4436764,00.html


Can economy gain from legalizing pot?



Study suggests making marijuana legal in Israel will end black market, generate $450 million annually
Emily Brewes Published: 10.19.13, 08:54
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