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Mariah Cary, also known as “Miss Iowa” may have slipped up with her answer the other night when asked about marijuana legalization. She made it clear she disapproves but then uttered: “I do not think it should be used for anything but recreational use and health care.”
She later twitted “I apologize for the slip up with words in my on stab question..hope u all know what I meant so blessed!! Top 5 at miss America!” Sure Sure, you be the judge of that.
Lady Gaga has admitted that she plans to give up weed while she records her new album “Artpop”. The 26-year-old has been open about her use of the drug in the past, even declaring her love for cannabis.
This came pretty fast, just at Christmas time she was tweeting about dancing around in here weed Xmas sweater. We will see how long this will last.
Although no businesses in the state of Colorado are selling pot yet since the law passed by voters in November mandated that in 2013, it’s not stopping people from enjoying it on New Years Eve. Instead of champagne, some people in downtown Denver broke out their ganja and lit up in private smoking clubs allowed for the first time under the state’s new pot laws.
People filled out an online application and paid a $30 fee to become part of Club 64, a private marijuana club named after the new pot law, Amendment 64. Members were advised of a private location in downtown Denver where they could attend a New Year’s Eve party with other smokers.
“It went really well,” said Robert Corry, an attorney who serves as general counsel for the group and helped shape the language of Amendment 64. “We rented out a retail shop for the evening. We had a DJ, music, some dancing, there was a bar and people brought alcohol, people brought food. It was a very warm, fun, happy evening.”
It didn’t end in Denver, all across the state people were toking it up. In Del Norte, business owner Paul Lovato invited friends and acquaintances to the White Horse Inn, a coffee shop he is building, where he said he hopes people will be allowed to smoke privately
It is still unclear when marijuana will be regulated and maybe distributed through local markets. In the meantime people are still going to take advantage of the freedom to smoke!!
President Barack Obama says the federal government won’t go after recreational marijuana use in Washington state and Colorado, where voters have legalized it.
In a Barbara Walters interview airing Friday on ABC, Obama was asked whether he supports making pot legal.
“I wouldn’t go that far,” Obama replied. “But what I think is that, at this point, Washington and Colorado, you’ve seen the voters speak on this issue.”
But the president said he won’t pursue the issue in the two states where voters legalized the use of marijuana in the November elections. Marijuana remains illegal under federal law.
“… as it is, the federal government has a lot to do when it comes to criminal prosecutions,” Obama said. “It does not make sense, from a prioritization point of view, for us to focus on recreational drug users in a state that has already said that under state law, that’s legal.”
A group of people in Atlanta Georgia are trying to make a stand for legalizing marijuana. Organizers with the Georgia Campaign for Reform Access and Education announced a campaign to change Georgia’s marijuana law.
Right now, people who carry less than an ounce of marijuana can be punished by up to a year in jail and any more than that and you could go to prison for up to 10 years. which is ridiculous considering how crowded the prison already are and how much tax money is wasted.
People with the campaign want to change that. Support these people if you agree.
Who would of thought, one of our old Presidents of United States is stepping forward and saying legalizing marijuana is OK, and no it’s not Clinton. Former President Jimmy Carter said that he favored legalizing marijuana during a panel discussion broadcast on CNN Tuesday.
I’m in favor of it. I think it’s OK,” Carter said at the forum, which was taped Friday. “I don’t think it’s going to happen in Georgia yet, but I think we can watch and see what happens in the state of Washington, for instance around Seattle, and let the American government and let the American people see does it cause a serious problem or not.”
Carter added that he thought it was appropriate to allow states like Washington and Colorado, which voted last month to legalize recreational marijuana use, to see how marijuana legalization would look.
“So I think a few places around the world is good to experiment with and also just a few states in America are good to take the initiative and try something out,” Carter said. “That’s the way our country has developed over the last 200 years. It’s about a few states being kind of experiment states. So on that basis I am in favor of it.”
He also added that he did not think that legalizing drugs would lead to more drug users. “So I think a few places around the world is good to experiment with and also just a few states in America are good to take the initiative and try something out,” Carter said. “That’s the way our country has developed over the last 200 years. It’s about a few states being kind of experiment states. So on that basis I am in favor of it.”
The former president added that he did not think that legalizing drugs would lead to more drug users.
“When I was president, in 1979 I made my definitive speech about drugs and I called for the decriminalization of marijuana,” Carter said. “This was in 1979, not for the legalization but the decriminalization to keep people from being put in prison just because they were smoking a marijuana cigarette.”
Metro Police arrested two people Monday afternoon in connection with a organized marijuana grow operation discovered in two different Henderson homes. Las Vegas Metro SCORE detectives seized one firearm, 47 marijuana plants and approximately 45 pounds of finished marijuana ready for sale with an estimated street value of approximately $600,000 in a drug raid on Tuesday.
SCORE stands for Southern Nevada Cannabis Operation and Regional Enforcement and is a HIDTA funded task force. SCORE is comprised of representatives from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Henderson Police Department.
The LVMPD SCORE Team on Tuesday at approximately 4:30 p.m., served a narcotics search warrant at a residence in the 600 block of Black Ridge Road in Henderson, Nev.
“We received a tip a few days ago from some concerned citizens regarding unusual activity at the house,” said Metro’s Lt. Laz Chavez.
So far this year SCORE Detectives have seized 189 firearms ranging from handguns to assault rifles.
Michael Plunkett, 22, of Henderson was arrested and booked into the Clark County Detention Center. He is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana with intent to sell; unlawful possession of a controlled substance; and possession of firearm.
Brianna Lieder, 21, of Henderson was arrested and booked into the Clark County Detention Center. She is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana with intent to sell and unlawful possession controlled substance.
D.A.R.E, or Drug Abuse Resistance Education, the nation’s largest anti-drug non-profit group, has announced that after this month they will no longer indoctrinate public school elementary kids against the evils of marijuana.
D.A.R.E. will continue to agitate against recreational pot smoking to middle and high school students. The news about D.A.R.E dropping elementary school kids from its anti-pot crusade comes via Reasons magazine, which first found out that Washington State’s D.A.R.E. program was making the change on Nov. 6, the same day voters in that state and Colorado made history by legalizing marijuana for recreational purposes.
The Oklahoma Sooners have had a great year in footba1l this year, just like they usually do, but a couple of players must of celebrated at the wrong time. Authorities say two University of Oklahoma football players have been arrested on possession of marijuana complaints.
An county official says deputies arrested wide receiver Jalen Saunders and defensive back Cortez Johnson around 2 a.m. Sunday during a traffic stop in Norman. Both Saunders and Johnson were booked into the Cleveland County jail and were released between 4 a.m. and 5 a.m. Sunday.
There hasn’t been any word on if either of them have already got lawyer or when the court appearance will be.
The arrests come after the No. 12 Sooners (10-2, 8-1 Big 12) beat TCU 24-17 on Saturday. Team spokesman Pete Moris declined to comment Sunday.