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  1. SashaShiva

    Religious Marijuana Is Now Legal On The Federal Level

    I have an open Case in Dallas, so I am going to explain everything in this thread and I will post the updates here. This thread explains the Pharmaceutical process DEA Form 225 This thread explains the Religious Law DEA Religious Exemption Process This one explains the Temple The...
  2. Ron Strider

    State Investigation Under Fire In Medical Marijuana Smuggling Court Battle

    A lawyer has accused state investigators of witness intimidation and evidence manipulation in the court battle threatening medical marijuana laws in New York and Minnesota. Connected to the White Plains-based Vireo Health dispensary, attorney Paul Engh's bombshell claims came during the...
  3. Ron Strider

    Canada: Here's Why The Courts May Strike Down Provinces' Bans On Growing Your Own Pot

    Provincial laws that bar people from growing their own marijuana will certainly be challenged in the courts, and the challenges have a "a decent chance" of success, legal experts say. The federal cannabis legalization bill, now in the Senate, allows individuals up to four cannabis plants, so...
  4. Ron Strider

    Canada: Cannabis Activist Going Back To Court In Pot Seed Giveaway Case

    A prominent cannabis activist who was arrested in Calgary during a national tour to distribute millions of free marijuana seeds to the public is heading back to court. Police charged Dana Larsen with drug trafficking and possession in April 2016 after small packets of pot seeds were handed...
  5. Ron Strider

    CA: Hemp Farmers Lose In Federal Court

    A federal judge has rejected a Southern California cannabis company's request to resume growing hemp for "research" purposes in the Delta. Cannabis Science Inc., along with the Winnemucca Shoshoni tribe of Native Americans and a business calling itself "American States University," asked the...
  6. Ron Strider

    Georgian Constitutional Court Rules Marijuana Use Not A Crime

    Georgia's Constitutional Court has decriminalized marijuana use. The court ruled on November 30 that the use of marijuana or other forms of cannabis-based drugs cannot be considered a crime. Georgia's existing Criminal Code defines repetitive use of marijuana and possession of more than 70...
  7. Ron Strider

    Netherlands Coffee Shop Case Highlights 'Paradox' Of Cannabis Laws

    With 3,000 customers a day, a restaurant, ample parking and turnover of €26m (£23m) a year, Checkpoint café, the largest cannabis-selling coffee shop in the Netherlands, was a fabulous commercial success. That was until it was closed down in 2009 for testing to the limits what the Dutch...
  8. Ron Strider

    This Supreme Court Case Could Bust Cannabis Monopolies In Canada

    An upcoming case before the Supreme Court of Canada could force provincial governments to rethink their proposed cannabis regulations. In a matter of weeks, the Supreme Court will begin hearing arguments in the case of Gerard Comeau, a New Brunswick man fighting against provincial liquor...
  9. Ron Strider

    Bermuda: St George's Woman Denies Cannabis Charges

    A St George's woman today denied importing cannabis worth more than $70,000. Natasha York, 41, also pleaded not guilty to possessing 1,430.7 grams of the drug with intent to supply in St George's on May 28. Prosecutor Nicole Smith told Magistrates' Court that the drugs would have had a...
  10. Ron Strider

    MI: Charges Reinstated In Medical Marijuana Case

    The Michigan appeals court again has reversed a decision and reinstated charges against a man who was accused of running illegal medical marijuana dispensaries in the state's Thumb region. The court says James Amsdill knew the legality of marijuana sales was unclear and was also aware that...
  11. Ron Strider

    Lagos: 87-Year-Old Woman Sent To Prison Over Hemp

    A Federal High Court in Lagos, on Thursday, remanded one 87-year-old woman, Maria Agbomabiwon, in prison custody for dealing in 10.3 kg of Marijuana. The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) dragged the accused, who resides at No. 9, Osunba Street, Oto-Awori, Ijaniki, Lagos, to the...
  12. Ron Strider

    NE: Marijuana Products Seized In Lincoln; Two Men Arrested

    Authorities have arrested an Oregon man found with pot and a cannabis extract called shatter in a van after an Interstate 80 traffic stop in Lincoln. Court records say Richard Wilkinson, of Damascus, Oregon, is charged with possession with intent to deliver. A man driving another vehicle...
  13. Ron Strider

    Here We Go Again: Medical-Cannabis Extracts At Arizona Dispensaries Deemed Illegal

    A Navajo County judge's recent ruling about medical-marijuana extracts could lead to popular dispensary products like vape cartridges and edibles being taken off the shelves. Don't freak out: That's a worst-case scenario. But it's possible, if a higher court ultimately agrees with the...
  14. Ron Strider

    Justice Department Says Obama-Era Medical Marijuana Prosecution Wasn't Allowed

    Federal prosecutors said this week that a high-profile Obama-era prosecution of medical marijuana growers wasn't allowed because Congress voted to protect medical pot programs from federal interference. It's a dramatic development in a case that pitted four family members and a friend –...
  15. Ron Strider

    Mississippi Supreme Court Overturns Marijuana Conviction

    The Mississippi Supreme Court is reversing a marijuana possession conviction, saying a car passenger didn't actually possess the drug. The court on Thursday overturned the 2012 conviction of Marvin Carver in Madison County on a 7-0 vote. Carver had been sentenced to six years in prison...
  16. Ron Strider

    Farm Bureau, Kentucky Congressman Urge Wisconsin To Legalize Hemp As A Crop

    Wisconsin Farm Bureau president Jim Holte and Kentucky Congressman James Comer team up on a column posted on WisOpinion urging the Wisconsin Legislature to pass bills that will legalize the growing of hemp as a farm product. They write how hemp was once a huge Wisconsin crop, and they believe it...
  17. Ron Strider

    MI: Bay County Residents Charged With Illegally Growing Medical Marijuana

    Two Hampton Township residents are facing felonies for allegedly violating the state's medical marijuana laws more than a year ago. The evening of July 26, 2016, Hampton Township police and Essexville Public Safety officers executed a search warrant at 127 E. Nebobish Road, the residence of...
  18. Rider509

    Rider509 is back - In black

    Some of you know that my wife and I were in a custody battle for our 10 year old granddaughter that we raised and have had legal custody of since she was three months old. My daughter has some mental health issues and is deemed fully disabled because of them. Unfortunately, a Washington state...
  19. Ron Strider

    VT: Accused Hemp Farm Thief In Court

    One of three New York men charged after police said they stole plants from a hemp farming operation appeared in court this week to have his bail reviewed. Leon Lovelace, 22, of Hoosick Falls, who according to court records had been detained in New York, has denied charges in his pending...
  20. Ron Strider

    Nevada Supreme Court To Settle Marijuana Distribution Fight

    The legal saga of who can transport recreational marijuana to the state's pot shops continues, with the Nevada Supreme Court issuing a temporary injunction prohibiting the state Department of Taxation from licensing marijuana businesses as distributors. The Supreme Court, in an order dated...