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    Golden Nugget eating some oatmeal with raisins, oregano (natural antibiotic), thyme (aids in respiratory health, anti parasitic), basil (anti bacterial, repeals flies & mosquitoes), and cinnamon ( respiratory and mucus membrane health)
  5. Federal Judge To Government: Marijuana Clearly Saves People’s Lives He's presiding over a civil case to change the drug's Schedule I status. Brendan Bures Feb 16, 2018 Last July, several medical marijuana users sued the federal government. While cannabis is legalized in some form in 30 states across the country, it remains a federally illegal substance classified as a Schedule I drug. The civil lawsuit filed argued that marijuana classification as a Schedule I drug should be ruled illegal. Manhattan Federal Judge Alvin Hellerstein, the judge hearing that civil case, appeared sympathetic toward medical marijuana users in court this week. Assistant US Attorney Samuel Dolinger argued that the case should be tossed and that the plaintiffs should be petitioning the DEA. He cited that as the correct avenue for the plaintiffs instead of strong-arming change through federal lawsuits. Dolinger referenced past laws like “A 1970 act of Congress that opposed the drug’s use to ‘protect the health and welfare’ of the people, and another act in 1998 for ‘public safety concerns.’” He doubled down, saying medical marijuana had no medical value, but Hellerstein was skeptical of such statements.... https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/federal-judge-to-government-marijuana-clearly-saves-peoples-lives/
  6. Patients Rejoice As Medical Marijuana Finally Goes On Sale In Pennsylvania The state's dispensaries are open. Brendan Bures Feb 16, 2018 More than 4,000 patients have been certified to use medical marijuana in Pennsylvania and Thursday they finally had the chance to receive their medicine. The first sales began in western Pennsylvania with the very first purchase by a woman who lobbied for the law’s passage. Diana Briggs says medical marijuana limits her teenage son from 400 seizures a day down to 50. The $178 worth of product, including tincture and capsules, she bought Thursday will last through the month, she said..... https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/medical-marijuana-finally-goes-on-sale-in-pennsylvania/
  7. Philly DA Dismissing Criminal Marijuana Cases ‘En Masse’ By Andrew London on February 16th, 2018 As prosecutors across the nation grapple with discrepancies in state and federal cannabis law, one district attorney in Philadelphia is taking a stand and tackling the real issues affecting his citizens. Philly DA Larry Krasner, who took office in January, is already taking measures to right past wrongs. On Thursday, Krasner announced he had dropped charges for marijuana possession in the cases of 51 individuals, none of whom were charged with dealing or intent to sell. The decision came before a meeting with his assistant district attorneys Thursday, during which he detailed the city’s new cannabis protocol. “We are going to tell [police], yes, drop any cases that are simply marijuana possession,” Krasner explained to the gathered press. “We could use those resources to solve homicides.”..... https://www.marijuana.com/news/2018/02/philly-da-dismissing-criminal-marijuana-cases-en-masse/
  8. Philadelphia DA Drops Cannabis Cases, Joining National Trend Bruce Barcott February 16, 2018 Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner says he will drop all current and any future cannabis possession cases brought to his office by the city’s police department. Krasner told reporters Thursday that his office tossed the cases earlier this week after noticing a spike in marijuana arrests. Krasner says he felt it was the right thing to do and that his office could use those resources to prosecute murder cases...... https://www.leafly.com/news/politics/philadelphia-da-drops-cannabis-cases-joining-national-trend
  9. 7 Scientists Who Smoked Weed Science and mind-expanding substances go hand-in-hand. Here are just a few scientists who smoked weed. February 17, 2018 Callie Barrons It shouldn’t come as a shock that there are scientists who smoked weed. Most people can multi-task well enough to rip a bong and play video games or post on Instagram. But only a select few in high society can smoke ganja and accomplish a major scientific feat. Sure, a lot of scientists enjoy the occasional toke, but these experts in their fields blazed the way. Behold: here are seven scientists who smoked weed. 1. Oliver Sacks Neurologist Oliver Sacks is no stranger to the benefits of using marijuana. As a cancer patient, he used medical Mary Jane for personal use and professional study. Though he wrote many books, Sacks’ book Hallucinations explores the range of human perceptions or hallucinations both drug-induced and not. His fascination with the subject began during a little smoke sesh in the 1960s..... https://hightimes.com/culture/scientists-smoked-weed/
  10. California Sends ‘Several Hundred’ Warning Letters to Unlicensed Cannabis Businesses Ben Adlin February 16, 2018 California state cannabis regulators fired a warning shot this week, sending out hundreds of warning letters to businesses suspected of engaging in commercial cannabis activity without a state license. Most of the letters, which threaten civil and criminal penalties, have gone out to retail storefronts and delivery services believed to be operating illegally, according to Alex Traverso, communications chief for the state Bureau of Cannabis Control...... https://www.leafly.com/news/politics/california-sends-several-hundred-warning-letters-to-unlicensed-cannabis-businesses
  11. Ohio Says Error Inadvertently Excluded Marijuana Grower By Associated Press on February 16th, 2018 By Andrew Welsh-Huggins COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Human error led to a company’s inadvertent exclusion from the proposed list of the dozen big growers in Ohio’s new medical marijuana program, the state Department of Commerce said Thursday. The agency uncovered the mistake this week and notified PharmaCann Ohio Inc., a medical marijuana firm, that it was improperly bumped from the list of successful applicants. An employee accidentally downloaded scores ranking applicants’ financial plans twice, a mistake affecting 10 of 110 applicants in the big grower category, said Commerce spokeswoman Stephanie Gostomski. She called it an “inadvertent clerical error.”.... https://www.marijuana.com/news/2018/02/ohio-says-error-inadvertently-excluded-marijuana-grower/
  12. Proposed California bill would allow medical marijuana in schools by Courtney Kreider Saturday, February 17th 2018 REDDING, Calif. (KRCR) — A newly proposed California bill would allow children who rely on medical marijuana to be able to legally take their medications at school. Senator Jerry Hill introduced SB 1127 on Tuesday, February 13, which would give schools the ability to have parents come on school grounds and provide their student with the prescribed dose of medical cannabis. The bill focuses on kindergarten through 12 grade students with special needs or severe disabilities. The medications prescribed, according to the bill, are usually in the form of a capsule, oil, or topical cream. The bill would prohibit students from smoking or vaping marijuana..... http://newschannel20.com/news/nation-world/proposed-california-bill-would-allow-medical-marijuana-in-schools
  13. This City Is Cracking Down on Synthetic Marijuana One Indiana city is cracking down on synthetic marijuana for the sake of public health. February 16, 2018 Tim Kohut As federal marijuana prohibition continues, so does the practice of searching for its legal, or at the very least, easily obtainable substitute. To combat this, one city is cracking down on synthetic marijuana. The outbreak of synthetic marijuana has become somewhat of an epidemic in its own right, with an influx of overdoses occurring over the last year. For a sample size, last July, there were over 150 people treated for K2 overdoses in the span of just a week. The drug, which can be up to 800 times more powerful than traditional marijuana, is known for a plethora of ghastly side effects such as seizures, hallucinations, convulsions, kidney damage, in addition to a variety of psychological effects that could result in suicidal thoughts and violent, erratic behavior..... https://hightimes.com/news/city-cracking-synthetic-marijuana/
  14. Non-U.S. citizens advised to stay away from jobs in Colorado marijuana industry The situation isn’t just a dilemma for immigrants, but also for the cannabis companies that would like to hire them. Feb 17, 2018 By Ann Marie Awad, Colorado Public Radio DENVER — Marijuana may be a multi-billion dollar industry in Colorado, but cannabis is still illegal federally — so any job in the industry can be considered trafficking in a controlled substance. Normally, this hasn’t been a tricky distinction for the industry’s state-licensed employees, except by one standard. Their immigration status. Simply having a job in a dispensary or grow house can get a legal resident, or other immigrant, deported and banned from the U.S., sometimes for life.... https://www.thecannabist.co/2018/02/17/colorado-marijuana-industry-jobs-immigrants/99358/
  15. 2020 Democratic Hopefuls Are Rallying For Full Cannabis Legalization It's a hot topic. Mary Schumacher Feb 16, 2018 Contenders for the 2020 Democratic slot are already showing a common thread: Cannabis should be legalized. Dems are saying that not only should states maintain the laws that their constituents voted for, but that the herb should be legalized at the federal level. New Jersey Senator Cory Booker introduced the Marijuana Justice Act last August and is confident that it or similar legislation will pass sooner than later. New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand cosponsored the bill on Wednesday, calling the matter a “social justice issue” and “moral issue” that Congress need address. Both Senators are expected to at least consider a presidential run in 2020. It’s rumored that Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders will also run again in 2020 as an independent candidate. Sanders would have descheduled cannabis by now if he’d won the office, but time will tell if he gets another shot..... https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/2020-democrat-hopefuls-rallying-full-cannabis-legalization/
  16. Senators: Add protections for state marijuana laws to legislation funding federal government By Alex Pasquariello, The Cannabist No Comments Posted on Feb 15, 2018 funding federal government By Alex Pasquariello, The Cannabist No Comments Posted on Feb 15, 2018 A bipartisan group of 18 senators led by Colorado Sens. Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner want protections for state marijuana laws inserted into legislation funding the federal government. Precise language in the fiscal year 2018 appropriations can “alleviate the turbulence” U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions threw into the legal cannabis industry when he rescinded the so-called Cole Memo on Jan. 4, the senators wrote in the letter sent Tuesday to Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Thad Cochran, R-Miss., and Vice Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt...... http://www.thecannifornian.com/cannabis-news/law/senators-add-protections-state-marijuana-laws-legislation-funding-federal-government/
  17. Op-ed: Jeff Sessions thinks aspirin helps severe pain. He’s wrong "Gaining access to legal medical marijuana has changed my life. It's also helped me drastically cut down on opioid use." Feb 16, 2018 By Jill Richardson, Otherwords.org Recently Attorney General Jeff Sessions gave Americans suffering severe pain some advice: “People need to take some aspirin sometimes and tough it out a little.” As someone who has suffered chronic pain for over 20 years, his remarks make me very angry. Sessions was responding to the opioid epidemic. I agree that something must be done. I lost my brother to an opioid overdose nine years ago. I miss him every day.... https://www.thecannabist.co/2018/02/16/jeff-sessions-medical-marijuana-chronic-pain-opiods/99307/
  18. Recreational Marijuana in Canada Will Be Delayed Instead of the proposed start in the summer, it was just announced that recreational marijuana in Canada will be delayed. Burgess Powell February 16, 2018 There’s bad news for those hoping to blaze up north this summer. Today, the Canadian federal government announced that recreational marijuana in Canada will be delayed. The government will not cast the final vote on bill C-45 until July 7th. And it will take 8 to 12 weeks following that vote for Canada’s provinces and territories to prepare their own policies and infrastructure for retail marijuana sales. It seems that Justin Trudeau’s prediction that Canada would legalize weed by July 1st was overly optimistic. What is bill C-45? Two significant bills comprise Canada’s marijuana legalization initiative introduced last year on April 14th: C-45 and C-46. The first one legislates the sale, cultivation, and use of marijuana. The second one toughens laws to stop driving under the influence. On July 7th, the Canadian Senate will be voting on C-45, the more contentious of the two bills..... https://hightimes.com/news/recreational-marijuana-canada-delayed/
  19. Munchies, meet Thin Mints: Girl Scouts will now allow cookie sales outside Colorado pot shops Girl Scouts of Colorado now treats marijuana dispensaries like any other business in considering cookie sales sites, a spokewoman says Feb 16, 2018, By Lindsey Bartlett and Alex Pasquariello, The Cannabist Staff It’s a pairing as natural as milk and cookies, or beer and pretzels. The Girls Scouts of Colorado have decided it’s now cool to peddle their baked goods outside marijuana dispensaries. Munchies, meet Thin Mints, Tagalongs and Samoas. Girl Scouts of Colorado updated their policy for the 2018 cookie season to treat “adult-oriented” businesses such as marijuana dispensaries the same as any other business, council spokeswoman AnneMarie Harper told The Denver Post on Friday..... https://www.thecannabist.co/2018/02/16/girl-scout-cookies-colorado-marijuana-dispensaries/99139/
  20. Juvenile Sentenced For Starting Eagle Creek Fire The young man's identity remains a secret to protect him and his family. Posted: Feb. 16, 2018 2:42 PM Updated: Feb. 16, 2018 3:12 PM Posted By: Jamie Parfitt HOOD RIVER, Ore. — The young man charged with starting the Eagle Creek Fire which burned over 48,000 acres in Oregon has plead guilty at the Circuit Court in Hood River. The court has placed the juvenile on probation of up to five years. As part of his probation, the juvenile offender will have to serve 1,920 hours of community service, as well as other requirements. The Hood River County Juvenile Department will oversee the....... http://www.kdrv.com/content/news/Juvenile-Sentenced-For-Starting-Eagle-Creek-Fire--474337753.html
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    Good afternoon all! Harvest time is quickly approaching and things are looking frosty! In the past when trimming I have usually used a cardboard box but this time I am trying to step my game up a little bit. I am curious if anyone has a "harvest more trim bin" that I could borrow for five days or so? I would definitely make it worth your while, banana OG, tiramisu cookies, and gorilla glue are all coming down. Timberrrrr! 🌱🔥 Thank you! Peace and Plants
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  25. Farm fresh eggs for sale

    Fresh eggs for sale In Medford, OR area My free range happy hens lay cream, brown and chocolate colored eggs. Later in the year, there will also be white eggs. All of my hens are well cared for and fed only the best feed, and forage around the yard. I'm raising money to build my hens a new coop that is winterized since the winters are getting colder. They were cute little fluffy babies when I hand raised them in the house. When their water freezing in the coop, they come inside. They take more room and aren't so happy being in the house as adults. A dozen eggs (12) for $5 or a dozen and a half (18) for $7. Please bring carton(s), I have a limited supply https://medford.craigslist.org/grd/6499049796.html
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    • Good afternoon all!  
      Harvest time is quickly approaching and things are looking frosty! In the past when trimming I have usually used a cardboard box but this time I am trying to step my game up a little bit. I am curious if anyone has a "harvest more trim bin" that I could borrow for five days or so?  
      I would definitely make it worth your while, banana OG, tiramisu cookies, and gorilla glue are all coming down. Timberrrrr!  
      Thank you!
      Peace and Plants 
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      My free range happy hens lay cream, brown and chocolate colored eggs. Later in the year, there will also be white eggs. All of my hens are well cared for and fed only the best feed, and forage around the yard.




       A dozen eggs (12) for $5 or a dozen and a half (18) for $7.
      Please bring carton(s), I have a limited supply



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