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Legalize It!

I really don't think this group needs an introduction. It should be self-explanatory... :D

Location: #culture
Members: 23
Latest Activity: May 1

Discussion Forum

U.S. Attorney Said Montana Medical Pot Growers Wouldn't Be Prosecuted -- Now They're Facing Life in Prison

Started by Neal Jun 23, 2013. 0 Replies

Since our government doesn't really listen to us, this comes as no surprise.Obama appointee now says pot is a dangerous drug and growing it is a federal crime that must be punished, despite state law.Photo Credit: Flickr (cc)June 21, 2013 |In March…Continue

Tags: marijuana, arrested, medical, growing, operations

Cannabis Helped Heal My Cancer

Started by Neal Mar 22, 2013. 0 Replies

Not sure about this one, but if there's even a slim chance, I would go for it.Cannabis is a healing plant and can even assist in healing cancer if we let it.March 21, 2013 |Editor’s note: Michelle Aldrich, 66, has been working for marijuana…Continue

Tags: cancer, my, heal, helped, cannabis

Dear President Obama, Why Do You Want to Imprison My Husband for Legally Growing Pot?

Started by Michel. Last reply by Neal Jan 17, 2013. 2 Replies

Molly Davies' husband Matthew faces 10 years in prison for providing medical marijuana to sick people in California, where it is legal.January 14, 2013 Alternet: …Continue

Tags: medical, Molly Davies, marijuana, pot, Obama

Drop in IQ linked to heavy teenage cannabis use

Started by Adriana. Last reply by Adriana Jan 15, 2013. 13 Replies

I'm definitively in the camp that marijuana should be legalized, since I don't think any type of prohibition works, except for making the dealers or corrupt officials richer, and tempting kids even further. But i'm also in favor of education. And…Continue

Tags: IQ, cognition, mind, brain, marijuana

5 Senior Citizens Serving Life Without Parole for Pot

Started by Neal Dec 24, 2012. 0 Replies

Locking up non-violent offenders and immigrants keeps our jail for profit system going strong.AlterNet / By Kristen Gwynne 31 COMMENTS Should…Continue

Tags: parole, for, marijuana, without, life

Study: Booze Damages the Brain, Pot Does Not

Started by Neal Dec 22, 2012. 0 Replies

Alcohol damages lives in so many ways, marijuana in only one; it's illegal.Alcohol damaged teens' brain tissue; marijuana did not. December 21, 2012 |…Continue

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Obama: Pot Users In Washington And Colorado Not A 'Top Priority'

Started by Neal Dec 15, 2012. 0 Replies

With any luck, the tide has turned.The Huffington Post | By Arthur DelaneyPosted: 12/14/2012 8:26 am EST | Updated: 12/14/2012 12:01 pm EST…Continue

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The Truth About Cannabis That The Independent Refuses To Print.

Started by Persephone. Last reply by Michel Dec 6, 2012. 1 Reply

 After the disgraceful misinformation and false science about cannabis…Continue

Should a 7-Year-Old Use Medical Marijuana?

Started by Neal. Last reply by Carl Pastor Dec 4, 2012. 4 Replies

I'm not sure this should be anyone's business, the story sucks no matter what you think about marijuana.One of Oregon's youngest medical marijuana patients, who suffers from leukemia, stirs controversy.November 30, 2012Seven-year-old Mykayla…Continue

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The Healing Power of Marijuana Has Barely Been Tapped

Started by Neal Nov 25, 2012. 0 Replies

Medical marijuana is now legal in 18 states, but it's clear we've discovered a fraction of its potential for health.November 23, 2012 |Photo Credit: ShutterStock.comThere are now legal medical cannabis programs in 18 states plus Washington, DC, with…Continue

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Comment by Chris on May 1, 2017 at 12:42am

If medical  Cannabis/Marijuana is legal in the state your reside then shouldn't it be tax deductable from state taxes as a medical expence - the same as other pharmicuticals?

Comment by Neal on December 6, 2016 at 10:03am is the second most common cause of death in the U.S. resulting in at least 584,881 deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Recent animal studies show that marijuana extracts can help kill certain cancer cells and even reduce the size of some of them. But, marijuana is still illegal in several states. The number of people who’ve died due to an overdose of marijuana? None.

The National Institute on Drug Abuse describes medical marijuana as “using the whole unprocessed marijuana plant or its basic extracts to treat a disease or symptom.” The Food and Drug Administration has, however, neither approved nor recognized the drug as medicine. So far, 25 states have approved the usage of medical marijuana.

Medical marijuana is available in a variety of forms. It can be smoked, vaporized, consumed as a pill or can be added to brownies, cookies and chocolate bars. Here are some of the benefits of using the drug as medicine.

List of ten benefits

Comment by Chris on October 10, 2016 at 2:25am

The Hemp for Victory clip isn't very complete. Farmers who signed up for the program and grew hemp with male children of draft (into the military) age were exempt from the military because hemp was important for the war effort.

Comment by Chris on October 9, 2016 at 4:18am

Perhaps the update for my computer is causing problems as well as NING

Hemp for Victory.

Comment by Chris on September 26, 2016 at 10:25pm

Welcome to a line of products based off our ever popular pain stick. Derived from ancient eastern medicine and a modern wonder recently returned to the masses from exile, cannabis.

Harnessing the anti-inflammatory properties of decarboxylated cannabis, and made from a blend of fifteen different herbs, essential oils, waxes and butters, our products are infused from all natural ingredients into natural oils. No concentrates are used in making our products. Our products are all handmade and hand packaged. Available in a variety of application methods so you can tailor your pain relief needs to fit your lifestyle. 

Our roll on oil is the base oil in our other products and is the most potent. The lotion is the easiest to apply on arthritic hands and is good for use on large areas. Our handy pain stick and lip balms are life tested and melt on your skin and not in your pocket. The soaking salts are popular for M.S. and Fibromyalgia for those who need whole body relief. Take a look in our store for even more great products.

If cannabus were taken off the list of the DEA list of schedule 1 drugs perhaps medicine that was benificial to patients could be studied and made available.

Comment by Neal on April 6, 2015 at 11:31am

Always follow the money in the U.S. =(

Comment by Onyango Makagutu on April 5, 2015 at 5:54am

Neal that is an interesting way of looking at it and I think it makes sense. Follow the money

Comment by Neal on April 4, 2015 at 2:18pm

Indiana enjoying more crazy:

I have a new and self-imposed policy that I follow when I see a news report of some bull-headed politician proposing some law to put low-level drug possessors in prison. That rule? Follow the money, of course.

Because something hideous is festering under the surface of these laws. It's the private prison lobby, which makes campaign contributions to secure harsher penalties. You see, these prison companies are in need of warm bodies, since they can put those people to work inside the walls of those prisons. The companies double-dip, too, pulling in a guaranteed sum from the state in addition to whatever they can make with their legalized slave labor. Weed offenders are just the sorts of people these prison profiteers are looking for. They're mostly non-violent people who will comply. They can be put to work without much worry.

This week, Indiana got into the mix, as its governor Mike Pence pushed for changes to legislation on drug crime. Among his suggested changes:

Tougher marijuana possession and dealing penalties could be added to a proposed overhaul of Indiana's criminal sentencing laws by legislators after Gov. Mike Pence questioned whether the plan was strict enough on low-level drug offenders.

One proposed change expected to be voted on Thursday would make possession of between about one-third of an ounce and 10 pounds of marijuana the lowest-level felony rather than the highest-level misdemeanor.

Why would this Republican governor suggest policies designed mostly for the destruction of communities and budgets alike? Mostly because he and others are politically aligned with the very prison companies that run the show.

Comment by Doone on April 20, 2014 at 6:38pm


Alex at Weird Universe captions:

An ad by a Seattle burger restaurant, inspired by the fact that Easter Sunday is on April 20 (4/20), which is a special day for cannabis enthusiasts. Of course, some people are already saying that the ad offends them. But in the ad’s defense, there is a long-standing argument that Jesus and his disciplesprobably were cannabis users. Though I doubt that argument is endorsed by the Vatican.

Comment by Neal on June 18, 2013 at 6:19am

Man Charged With Marijuana Trafficking To Help Sick Wife

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On Tuesday of this week, a resident of Bluffton, South Carolina, was charged with drug trafficking after 137 pot plants were found in his backyard. The resident, a 66-year-old man named Frank Dennis Peters, turned himself in to the authorities.

Peters claims he has been growing the marijuana to assist his wife of 40 years who suffers from fibromyalgia and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The drugs increase her appetite and help her sleep according to Peters. His wife has been ill for some time and needs help every couple hours for her treatments. Peters added, "I have a moral obligation to make my wife as comfortable as possible."

The neighbors had not reported the plants, though he has been growing them for some time. He believes that a guest at his neighbor’s most recent party must have notified the authorities.

Peters welcomed the police into his home voluntarily and made some coffee while they confiscated his plants. As his wife’s sole caregiver, Peters was given some time to make arrangements for her before he turned himself in to the local authorities. He was released on Tuesday from the Beaufort County Detention Center on his own recognizance.

Under current law, medical marijuana is legal, but only if it is purchased from South Carolina’s Department of Health and Environmental Control. However, the Department has never actually distributed any marijuana according to department spokesman. The law is 33 years old.

Peters does not match the description of a typical drug trafficker, though his case is hardly rare. Earlier today, a jury in Loveland, Colorado convicted two doctors for writing an illegitimate medical-marijuana license. The doctors were 63 and 73 years old.


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