Friday, August 22, 2014

Toke Radio 55: Four Men Beheaded For Marijuana! Taxpayers Paying For Anti-Pot Campaign! First Dispensary Opens In Connecticut!

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Saudi Arabia: Four Men Beheaded For Smuggling Marijuana

(Hemp News)

Four men have been beheaded by sword after being convicted of smuggling marijuana into Saudri Arabia, the interior ministry announced on Monday.

Oregon Taxpayers Paying For Anti-Marijuana Just Before Legalization Vote

(Hemp News)

An opposition campaign to Oregon's Measure 91 marijuana legalization initiative is taking shape -- and it's being funded with taxpayer money.

Connecticut's First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens

(Hemp News)

Connecticut's first medical marijuana dispensary opened on Wednesday night in South Windsor, and the state's other five dispensaries reportedly won't be far behind.

Seattle Cop Who Wrote 80% of Marijuana Tickets Returns To Duty

(Hemp News)

A bicycle officer who was briefly reassigned after it was discovered he had personally written 80 percent of the tickets for public marijuana use issued in the city this year has returned to his regular job, the Seattle Police Department announced Monday afternoon.

Seattle's Second Recreational Marijuana Store Opens

(Hemp News)

For almost six weeks now, Seattle's lone recreational marijuana store, Cannabis City, has struggling to stay open, repeatedly running out of legal cannabis priced around $25 a gram. Now, a second pot store, Herbal Nation, has finally opened in the Emerald City.

Maine: South Portland City Council Places Marijuana Legalization Measure On Ballot

(Hemp News)

The South Portland City Council on Monday voted unanimously to place a measure on the November ballot that would make private marijuana possession legal for adults within city limits.

Marijuana Decriminalization Initiative Officially Certified In Santa Fe, N.M.

(Hemp News)

The Santa Fe City Clerk on Monday announced the Reducing Marijuana Penalties Campaign submitted enough valid signatures to qualify for the city's citizen initiative process setting the stage to give voters in Santa Fe, New Mexico, a vote on reducing marijuana penalties.

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