|Available at your local liquor store? Yes, in Washington, if HB 2401 passes.|
If you want to be able to grow, sell, or smoke marijuana legally in the state of Washington, next Wednesday you may want to be in OIympia, the state capitol, reports Jerry Cornfield at the Everett HeraldNet.
|These folks must not be growing pot. Or maybe they just have good insulation.|
If the snow on your roof melts a little faster than that on your neighbors’, you may be getting a visit from the police — at least if you live in Leicestershire, U.K.
|“Guards! Seize that one! He looks too happy!”|
A rural Tennesee judge who “routinely” orders random spectators in his courtroom to be grabbed up and piss-tested for drugs, if he doesn’t like their looks, is finally being sued by an unhappy citizen.
|Professional women across America and the world are coming out of the cannabis closet.|
The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), the nation’s oldest cannabis advocacy organization, today announced the launch of the NORML Women’s Alliance.
|Dispensary manager Jovan Jackson got probation today for possession of ecstasy and Xanax.|
The manager of a medical marijuana dispensary, convicted of illegal possession of Xanax and ecstasy but acquitted of marijuana charges, was sentenced Wednesday to probation.
On the last day possible, New Jersey’s legislature will debate whether to legalize the medical use of marijuana in the Garden State.
|Monroe Co., FL Sheriff’s Dept|
|The cops didn’t know who grew the pot, so they left this note. The suspect called them back.|
If someone ever steals your plants and leaves a ransom note for them, you might want to think about who left the note before responding.
|Medical marijuana activist/provider Mickey Martin: “I was not a criminal then, nor am I one now”|
More than 50 people rallied outside the federal building in downtown Oakland, Calif., Monday to protest a one-year halfway house sentence for a medical marijuana activist, and to demand the federal government respect states’ rights regarding medicinal cannabis.
|Photo: Dee Tubbs/Bastrop Daily Enterprise|
|Yeah boy, we found this here merry-wanna in their house. Don’t know where you’re from, city boy, but down in Bastrop we call this a major pot bust.|
A mother and her son were arrested in Louisiana after officers found a single, scrawny marijuana plant growing in their residence. But the arresting officers, far from being acclaimed as heroes, were roundly jeered and ridiculed by the community.
The city council of Gilroy, California, which had already once approved a lawsuit against a local marijuana dispensary in a closed session, has done so a second time, this time by a 4-3 vote in open session, reports Jonathan Partridge at the Gilroy Dispatch.