Marijuana Legalization 2019

  Source: cannabisnews.com: Marijuana Legalization 2019 By Alexandra Hutzler   Source: Newsweek USA — Following a year of huge advancements in marijuana policy reform, experts predict that 2019 would be a “real game-changer” in terms of the conversation surrounding cannabis legalization at both the state and federal level. “In 2019, I think that we can expect to see more of the same type of change, but maybe at a more rapid pace,” Jolene Forman, senior staff attorney at the Drug Policy Alliance, told Newsweek. “The…

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 Washington State — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) Governor To Pardon Misdemeanor MJ Convictions

Source: Huffington Post Washington State — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) offered on Friday to pardon potentially thousands of people who have a misdemeanor marijuana possession conviction in his state, where weed has long been legal. Inslee’s new “Marijuana Justice Initiative” will provide pardons on an individual basis to adults who have a single misdemeanor conviction for marijuana possession on an otherwise clean record. He announced the plan at an annual event for The Cannabis Alliance, a group that promotes the cannabis industry. “We shouldn’t…

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DOES SMOKING MARIJUANA CAUSE TEEN BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS OR VICE VERSA?

DOES SMOKING MARIJUANA CAUSE TEEN BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS OR VICE VERSA? Source: DOES SMOKING MARIJUANA CAUSE TEEN BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS OR VICE VERSA? Pubdate: Wed, 05 Dec 2018 Source: Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) Copyright: 2018 Philadelphia Newspapers Inc Contact: inquirer.letters@phillynews.com Website: http://www.philly.com/inquirer/ Details: http://www.mapinc.org/media/340 Author: Aneri Pattani DOES SMOKING MARIJUANA CAUSE TEEN BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS OR VICE VERSA? As dozens of states move toward legalizing marijuana — for both medical and recreational purposes — scientists and parents have asked what the impact might be on children.  Will more…

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WATCH – Damage Done: The Drug War Odyssey – Documentary Video

“Meet a group of maverick cops – and former cops – who have put in decades fighting the war on drugs. They may be libertarians, Republicans, socialists or evangelical Christians, but they all believe strongly that drug prohibition is a terrible mistake and that all illicit drugs should be in the hands of government, not under the control of criminals. John Gayder, a currently employed constable with nearly 20 years experience, is our guide to the world of pro-legalization cops. Among this group is the…

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Damage Done: The Drug War Odyssey – video

This is a film we made in 2006; a co-pro between NFB Atlantic & imX. Many thanks to the heroes of LEAP: Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, and Detective (Retired) Frank Serpico, NYPD. www.leap.cc Damage Done: The Drug War Odyssey “Made in 2006; a co-pro between NFB Atlantic & imX. Many thanks to the heroes of LEAP: Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, and Detective (Retired) Frank Serpico, NYPD. www.leap.cc” #Vancouver #NewYork #Cannabis #Police #Drugs #Prohibition #Heroin #Cocaine #USA #CANADA. Conceptafilm Documentaries https://conceptafilm.com/ via @httpstwittercomConceptafilm https://www.facebook.com/vanoutreachcanada/ https://hemp.gq

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Jodie Emery is simply brilliant on BC CTV news today. Vancouver’s marijuana movement | CannabisSativa.tk

Source: Vancouver’s marijuana movement | CTV News Vancouver Jodie Emery est tout simplement génial sur les nouvelles CTV en Colombie-Britannique aujourd’hui. Le mouvement de la marijuana de Vancouver | CannabisSativa.tk Jodie Emery is simply magnificent on BC CTV news today. Vancouver’s marijuana movement https://t.co/O1zxbpXwuG — Marc Emery (@MarcScottEmery) January 11, 2019 Jodie Emery es simplemente brillante en las noticias de hoy aC CTV. movimiento de la marihuana de Vancouver | CannabisSativa.tk  

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Wow! Will @CityofVancouver follow this example? “Gibsons council has issued a temporary use permit (TUP) for the S&M Medicinal Sweet Shoppe

Gibsons council has issued a temporary use permit (TUP) for the S&M Medicinal Sweet Shoppe, despite the store owners’ stance that they won’t apply for a provincial non-medicinal cannabis retail. . . Source: S&M gets temporary permit but will have to change look Wow! Will @CityofVancouver follow this example? “Gibsons council has issued a temporary use permit (TUP) for the S&M Medicinal Sweet Shoppe, despite the store owners’ stance that they won’t apply for a provincial non-medicinal cannabis retail licence.” Wow! Will @CityofVancouver follow this…

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Minorities Accounted For 90% Of New York Marijuana Arrests In 2018

The de Blasio administration addressed the figures in a statement, admitting more need to be done to address criminal justice reform. Though marijuana arrests in New York City in 2018 dropped by more than half of 2017’s totals, the racial disparity of those marijuana arrests have never been more glaring. According to statistics from the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice, 89 percent of those arrested for smoking marijuana were either black or Hispanic while whites comprised only 7 percent of the arrests. The de Blasio…

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Lawyer answers 5 most common questions about Canada’s impaired driving law changes – Cannabis Life Network

On December 18, 2018, impaired driving laws in this country underwent a massive overhaul. Lawyer Sarah Leamon answers the 5 most common questions about changes to Canada’s impaired driving laws. 1. How have impaired driving laws changed? 2. Why have the impaired driving laws changed? 3. Does this mean that it is zero tolerance for alcohol and driving? 4. Can I refuse to provide a breath sample? 5. What can I do to protect myself against an unreasonable demand for a breath sample? Featured image…

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New impaired driving and marijuana-related penalties could affect immigration status for permanent and temporary residents

New impaired driving and marijuana-related penalties could affect immigration status for permanent and temporary residents – Canada.ca New impaired driving and marijuana-related penalties could affect immigration status for permanent and temporary residents Ottawa, October 22, 2018— Canada has made marijuana (cannabis) legally available to adults under strict new laws. We’re also imposing tough new penalties on those who: drive while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, including cannabis, or commit cannabis-related crimes The new cannabis-related penalties took effect on October 17, 2018. Cannabis-related crimes…

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