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Jin10304 11-07-2012 09:37 AM

Great Day For Marijuana Advocates!
Massachusetts, Montana & Arkansas = Legal (Medically)
Colorado & Washington = Legal Recreationally (1st States To Do So)

America now has a few Amsterdams

J-Cee 11-07-2012 10:29 AM

So does this mean in colorado and washington they're gonna have stores that ppl over 18 can go in and get bud?

Jin10304 11-07-2012 10:34 AM

most likely yes but its being treated/sold like alcohol. Only 21 can purchase/carry 28.5 grams....

Sideshow Bob 11-07-2012 10:36 AM

Over 21, and yes stores.

We still have to see how this plays out with the Federal Gov't.

Baby boomers dying out is awesome IMO.

diggy 11-07-2012 10:53 AM


sounds like fun

cj wisty 11-07-2012 11:04 AM

this could actually be very good because there will be more businesses and jobs because of marijuana production.

diggy 11-07-2012 11:07 AM


Guys have a quick puff of your joint before heading down the aisle with your boyfriend. In addition to re-electing Obama, various American states voted to legalise dope and gay marriage. OK, so they weren't necessarily the same states, but you get the picture. Last night was a victory for secular liberal America or, to put it another way, America's emerging secular liberal majority. The United States is still pious by European standards, but the gap is narrowing every year. You cannot visit American bookshops without being struck by the popularity of atheist cheerleaders or agnostic self-help gurus; when I meet a young New Yorker or Californian I assume as I would in Britain that they don't go to church, have liberal positions on abortion and homosexuality and generally despise the conservative religious activism that, until so recently, had the power to elect presidents.

Two points worth noting about this election. First, the Religious Right and how dated that phrase already sounds united around a candidate who, by most standards, is not even a Christian. The lack of an anti-Mormon backlash among orthodox Catholics and Protestants who were brought up to regard Latter-day Saints as sinister cultists tells its own story. Also, and here I'm going out on a limb, America has just re-elected its first post-Christian president (unless you count Jefferson). I've never thought that Barack Obama's churchgoing was anything more than Chicago politics: why else would a sophisticated Harvard-educated lawyer sit through years of incoherent ranting by the Rev Jeremiah Wright?

I'll return to this theme, but even the Tea Party wasn't the Religious Right at least, not at first. When Christian fundamentalists jumped on board, that's when public support began to bleed away.

Americans: welcome to Europe. You may miss the City on the Hill but, hey no one's going to give you a hard time if you stay in bed on Sunday morning.

Jin10304 11-07-2012 11:21 AM

True, we'll still have to see what the Obama administration will do federally against these 2 states. Im surprised CA wasn't already the first state to do this

food for thought 11-07-2012 11:42 AM


Originally Posted by Sideshow Bob (Post 2278872)
Over 21, and yes stores.

We still have to see how this plays out with the Federal Gov't.

Baby boomers dying out is awesome IMO.

They were speculating on MSNBC this morning that the federal gov wont interfere too much

but they technically can arrest anyone and charge them with the federal law on cannabis. hence why/how they just raid medicinal dispensaries here and CA as they please

food for thought 11-07-2012 11:51 AM


Colorado voted to legalize smoking marijuana Tuesday, but the governor warned tokers not to "break out the Cheetos or Goldfish" just yet, since the federal government still takes a dim view of pot.
The Centennial State joined Washington in becoming the first states to legalize recreational use of marijuana Tuesday night, setting up a battle between the states and the federal government, which prohibits use of the drug. The historic votes were among a host of decisions on ballot initiatives that will shape state-level policy on everything from recreational drug use to same-sex marriage. But Gov. John Hickenlooper, who opposed the marijuana measure, said the federal government still considers marijuana taboo, so breaking out the bong could be premature.
“The voters have spoken and we have to respect their will,” Hickenlooper said. “This will be a complicated process, but we intend to follow through. That said, federal law still says marijuana is an illegal drug, so don’t break out the Cheetos or Goldfish too quickly.”
Click to read the exit polls
The Colorado measure has sparked a national debate about marijuana policy, with supporters pushing for the federal government to end marijuana prohibition nationwide. The Colorado measure states adults over 21 can possess up to 1 ounce of marijuana, or six marijuana plants, for personal use. Opponents have said it will make the state a haven for drug tourists.
The measure in Washington State, Initiative 502, will legalize and regulate the production, possession and distribution of marijuana for residents age 21 and older.
The new law will impose a 25 percent tax rate on marijuana when the grower sells it to the processor, when the processor sells it to the retailer and when the retailer sells it to the customer. The measure could bring in $500 million, a figure analysts dispute.
“That said, federal law still says marijuana is an illegal drug, so don’t break out the Cheetos or Goldfish too quickly.”
- Gov. John Hickenlooper
Voters in Oregon, where the pro-marijuana advocates were less organized and poorly funded, defeated a ballot measure that would have allowed the commercial growth and sale of marijuana to adults. Known as Measure 80, it would have legalized pot through state-licensed stores, allowed unlicensed growth and use of marijuana by adults and prohibit restrictions on pot.
In Arkansas, voters rejected a measure legalizing medical marijuana, while in Massachusetts, voters supported a similar measure. Massachusetts also voted on a physician-assisted suicide measure, but that result was too close to call early Wednesday.
Maine and Maryland residents approved same-sex marriage, giving the gay rights movement its latest victories. Washington voters also voted on a same-sex marriage measure, but the results are not yet known because voters there had to mail in their decisions. In Minnesota voters were deciding on a proposal to ban gay marriage in the state constitution.
Maine’s ballot measure signaled the first time that gay-rights supporters put the issue to a popular vote.
In both Maryland and Washington, gay-marriage laws were approved by lawmakers and signed by the governors earlier this year, but opponents gathered enough signatures to challenge the laws.
In Minnesota, the question was whether the state would join 30 others in placing a ban on gay marriage in its constitution. Even if the ban is defeated, same-sex marriage would remain illegal in Minnesota under statute.
Gay marriage is legal in six states and the District of Columbia – in each case the result of legislation or court orders, not by a vote of the people.
In Maryland, students brought to the United States illegally as children, won their fight to obtain in-state tuition breaks at the state's public colleges and universities. It also helps some illegal immigrants who graduate from high school in Maryland.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012...#ixzz2BYZ0j3yD

Jin10304 11-07-2012 01:14 PM

so when do these laws take into effect in CO & WA?

food for thought 11-07-2012 01:41 PM

They said sometime around Dec 1st for CO

Until then, they will be determining the different policies that will go into effect basically is what they were saying last night

TSA 11-07-2012 02:51 PM


Originally Posted by Sideshow Bob (Post 2278872)
Over 21, and yes stores.

We still have to see how this plays out with the Federal Gov't.

Baby boomers dying out is awesome IMO.

dude, for real...

Hollow Dartz 11-07-2012 05:04 PM


Originally Posted by Jin10304 (Post 2278919)
so when do these laws take into effect in CO & WA?

Takes like 30 days for the gov. of those states to check votes n all that shit, then you can start, takes a year for taxes n shit, but yeah 30 days...

soul controller 11-08-2012 06:12 AM

lol at them trying to regulate and charge people for bud.

this shit will be gmo'd patented by monsanto, you will haz super corn fried kush,

organic marijuana will be banned..


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