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Marihuana Maps 420 Orgin’s

April 19, 2012

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Marihuana Maps Top 25 Sold Marihuana Strains for March

April 10, 2012

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Marihuana Map Know Your Medicine

April 4, 2012

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Since 2008, the Marihuana  Network continues to be serving and supporting the cannabis and marijuana community by supplying a multitude of educational, educational and entertainment-based sites for example:
 
Marihuana  MAPS: The very best medicinal marijuana dispensary and marijuana physician directory online. You are able to because of its convenience, precision, and simplicity of use.
 
Marihuana  REVIEWS: Honest and accurate user produced marijuana, hash and dispensary reviews. This website may be the online encyclopedia of strain information.
 
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MY Marihuana : A “GREEN” Social media site. Within the small amount of time since its launch, it’s already become among the biggest social networks for that cannabis community.
 
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Marihuana  E-newsletter: The Daily Dank. This is actually the first and just daily medicinal marijuana e-newsletter written for patients, by patients. A genuine one-of-a-kind.
 
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Marijuana Maps Top Ten Medical Marijuana Strains Feb – 2012

March 28, 2012

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Medicinal Marihuana Laws and Regulation: State by State…

February 13, 2012

Medicinal Marihuana canabis laws and regulations: A state to state comparison

 
Since California first passed its medicinal marihuana law in 1996, the District of Columbia and 15 other states have adopted canabis seeds laws. However the marihuana laws and regulations vary drastically state by state – from being liberal in California and Colorado to limited in Boise State — uptight in NJ. While the laws in Maryland simply safeguards the seriously ill from being punished, however it does not generate a system for marihauna patients to get the canabis plant.
 
I. Summary Chart: 16 states and DC that have enacted laws to legalize medical marijuana
State Year Passed How Passed
(Yes Vote)
Fee Possession Limit Accepts other states’ registry ID cards?
1998
Ballot Measure 8 (58%)
$25/$20
1 oz usable; 6 marihuana / canabis (3 mature, 3 immature)
unknown1
2010 Proposition 203 (50.13%) $150/$75 2.5 oz usable; 0-12 marihuana / canabis2 Yes3
1996
Proposition 215 (56%)
$66/$33
8 oz usable; 6 mature or 12 immature marihuana / canabis4 No
2000
Ballot Amendment 20 (54%)
$90
2 oz usable; 6 marihuana / canabis (3 mature, 3 immature)
No
2010 Amendment Act B18-622 (13-0 vote) * 2 oz dried; limits on other forms to be determined unknown
6. Delaware 2011 Senate Bill 17 (27-14 House, 17-4 Senate) ** 6 oz usable Yes5
2000
Senate Bill 862 (32-18 House; 13-12 Senate)
$25
3 oz usable; 7 marihuana / canabis (3 mature, 4 immature)
No
1999
Ballot Question 2 (61%) $100/$75
2.5 oz usable; 6 marihuana / canabis
2008 Proposal 1 (63%) $100/$25 2.5 oz usable; 12 marihuana / canabis Yes
2004
Initiative 148 (62%)
$25/$10
1 oz usable; 4 marihuana / canabis (mature); 12 seedlings
No
2000
Ballot Question 9 (65%)
$150+
1 oz usable; 7 marihuana / canabis (3 mature, 4 immature)
No
2010
Senate Bill 119 (48-14 House; 25-13 Senate) $200/$20
2 oz usable
unknown
2007 Senate Bill 523 (36-31 House; 32-3 Senate) $0
6 oz usable; 16 marihuana / canabis (4 mature, 12 immature)
No
1998
Ballot Measure 67 (55%)
$100/$20
24 oz usable; 24 marihuana / canabis (6 mature, 18 immature)
No
2006
Senate Bill 0710 (52-10 House; 33-1 Senate)
$75/$10
2.5 oz usable; 12 marihuana / canabis
Yes
2004
Senate Bill 76 (22-7) HB 645 (82-59)
$50
2 oz usable; 9 marihuana / canabis (2 mature, 7 immature)
No
1998
Initiative 692 (59%)
24 oz usable; 15 marihuana / canabis
No

City by The Bay — Fires Up Dealing Out Medical Marihuana Collective Permits Again

January 25, 2012

 

The Bay Area has started giving medicinal marihuana collective licenses again, carrying out a recent condition Top court decision that will permit local canabis shops to conduct business — for the time being.
 
The city’s Medical Canabis Act enabling process have been on hold for many several weeks, carrying out a condition appeals court ruling in Pack versus. Long Beach. The ruling stated that city or county laws and regulations controlling medicinal marijuana violated federal law your decision brought metropolitan areas and areas through the condition to suspend, reconsider, or repeal their regulating schemes.
 
The Top Court decided to hear an appeal, even though that’s being considered, the low court’s ruling is becoming invalidated, a spokesperson for Bay Area City Attorney Dennis Herrera stated Friday. Which means the Department of Public Health’s medicinal marihuana seed growing permits can continue normally, and many suggested Bay Area shops browsing the wings can finally receive city approval to conduct business.
 
There is however gossips the Justice Department is thinking about suing metropolitan areas that regulate condition-legal marihuana. In the event that happens, it may be game over — again.
 
But this condition court decision has not had nearly the impact from the U . s . States Attorneys’ matched attack, that has forced 100s of shops in North Park, Sacramento, and also the San Francisco Bay Area to shut. Its not all city or county in California stopped enabling canabis clubs consequently from the court decision — Concord, for instance, billed ahead with looking at programs for approximately four new permits within the city.
 
Nevertheless, Bay Area will “continue processing permits underneath the City ordinance, pending a choice through the Top Court,” City Attorney spokesperson Jack Song authored within an e-mail. “Department of Public Health has started again its processing of permits.”
 
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As Marijuana Use Sparks Up …. DUI Deaths Dive

December 18, 2011

This year marks the fourth consecutive year that medical marijuana use seems to have gone up among young people, in accordance to an annual study by the College of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research. The report notes in which the upward trend is markedly different from the 1990s when marijuana use was in decline.

“Daily medical marijuana use is now at a 30-year peak level among high education seniors,” the report says.

Although more teens are smoking weed, fewer are drinking alcohol. This lasts a trend that’s been recently in effect since the 1980s, except for a brief period in the 1990s when drinking went up for a while.

Study results exhibited that 38.4% of 12th graders had used marijuana in the former year, the highest percentage in ten years, while 63.5% had used alcohol, compared to 77.7% in 1991.

The study was based on information gathered from 47,000 students in the 8th, 10th and 12th grades.

Marijuana Use Proceeds to Rise Amongst U.S. Teens, Although Alcohol Use Hits Traditional Lows (University of Michigan)