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Monthly Archives: May 2015

Cannabis activist

A cannabis activist lit up a joint during a live debate about legalisation aired on South Africa’s state broadcaster, in front of the deputy chairman of the country’s Central Drug Authority. Andre Du Plessis reacted with outrage after the agency’s David Bayever blamed a delay in submitting a report on the legalisation issue on the country’s recent 
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DENVER — Money was pouring into Bruce Nassau’s five Colorado Legalized marijuana shops when his accountant called with the bad news: The 2014 tax season was approaching, and Mr. Nassau could not rely on the galaxy of deductions that other businesses use to reduce their tax bills. He was going to owe the Internal Revenue Service a 
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A new report finds black people remain more likely to face pot charges in Colorado, where cops are performing thousands of fewer arrests in keeping with the Colorado pot  pioneering legalization law. Legalization advocates generally note unequal enforcement outcomes alongside arguments that regulation can reduce criminality and reap tax windfalls. Colorado and Washington voters took the leap in 
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  Talking THC, cannabis contains at least 400 different chemicals, its main mind-altering ingredient is THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol). The amount of THC in marijuana determines the drug’s strength. THC levels are affected by a great many factors, including plant type, weather, soil, and time of harvest. It is widely believed that the sophisticated cannabis cultivation of today, specifically 
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Misguided cops turn the war on weed into a war on growing things, they continue cracking down on marijuana grow operations, especially in heavily armed, unannounced raids, maybe they should consider hiring a botanist or two. Earlier this month, Dwayne Perry of Cartersville, Georgia, was startled out of his bed by a low-flying helicopter. Moments later, WSB-TV reports, 
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