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    World’s First Marijuana Mall Opens in Colorado


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    Quote Originally Posted by TriniReporter View Post
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    World’s First Marijuana Mall Opens in Colorado

    Great, a mall now for Lowlives to go and buy their drugs legally !
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    Quote Originally Posted by trinifrombx View Post
    Great, a mall now for Lowlives to go and buy their drugs legally !
    Yuhmama is a low life for having you...

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    Canada Plans Marijuana Legalization by Spring 2017: Minister

    Canada Plans Marijuana Legalization by Spring 2017: Minister - NBC News

    TORONTO — Canada's Liberal government will introduce legislation to legalize and regulate recreational marijuana in spring 2017, Health Minister Jane Philpott said on Wednesday.

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised during last year's election campaign that his Liberals would legalize recreational marijuana, following the U.S. states of Washington and Colorado, but the time frame has been unclear.

    Philpott, speaking at a special session of the U.N. General Assembly in New York on drug problems around the world, said the Canadian law will ensure marijuana is kept away from children and will keep criminals from profiting from its sale.

    "We will work with law enforcement partners to encourage appropriate and proportionate criminal justice measures," she said. "We know it is impossible to arrest our way out of this problem."

    Former Toronto police chief Bill Blair, the government's point man on legalization, has emphasized current laws that make marijuana illegal remain in effect.

    Medical marijuana is a separate issue from recreational marijuana in Canada and already is legal. Canada's medical marijuana growers say a jump in the number of illegal marijuana dispensaries as the federal government decides how to regulate the drug is costing them customers.

    Shares of medical marijuana producers rose on Wednesday after the Philpott's announcement with Canopy Growth Co rising 6.67 percent to C$2.72 by mid-afternoon. OrganiGram Holdings rose 9.26 percent to C$1.18 and Aphria Inc rose 5.19 percent to C$1.62.

    There has been speculation existing medical marijuana companies could benefit if the drug is fully legalized but the Canadian government has not provided details on its production and distribution plans.

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    Majority of Americans Now Support Marijuana Legalization

    Yesterday, Gallup reported that in its latest poll, support for legalization of marijuana has for the first time cracked 50 percent:

    Why has this happened? I'd point to a few reasons. First, we've had a fairly active debate about medical use of marijuana for some time, and that debate has been soundly won by the pro-legalization side, with as much as three-quarters of the public favoring legalization for medical purposes. It may well be that when poll respondents get asked "Do you think the use of marijuana should be made legal?", many are thinking of medical marijuana. Second, the decline in crime rates may make cracking down on anybody who thinks about lighting up seem like a waste of time. But the most important factor, I'd be willing to bet, is the aging of the population. As Gallup shows, support for legalization is at 62 percent among adults under 30, 56 percent among those aged 30 to 49, 49 percent among those aged 50 to 64, but only 31 percent among those over 65. People who grew up before the 1960s not only have far less experience with marijuana themselves, they are much less likely to know anyone who did it, and so they are more likely to perceive it as a dangerous drug that ruins the lives of all who come in contact with it.
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    Guyana Government Could Give Green Light To Ganja For Personal Use

    Read more: Guyana Government Could Give Green Light To Ganja For Personal Use | Caribbean360

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    it's going to be hard for the hot states to legalize it....
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    Quote Originally Posted by trinifrombx View Post
    Great, a mall now for Lowlives to go and buy their drugs legally !
    smh

    Obviously photoshopped, wtf YOU been smokin'.
    Walmart is a place for lolives to go and buy their drugs legally btw
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    Great! I live in Canada and I like weed!

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    Great! Then you will definitely be interested to read the review https://toponlinedispensaries.ca/stashclub-review/ and find out details about one of Canada's best online stores. I often experience stress and first decided to try weed about a month ago. My therapy was successful and all this thanks to an online store with a large range of health products.

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    You guys are lucky. It's still illegal where I live. Makes me furious

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    I am definitely not for the legalization but products like provacan cbd oil uk should be legal. Anything that is not harmful to your health and doesn't have strong side effects.

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    You guys are lucky.

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