It might be hard to believe for some of my younger readers that at one time, in order to get a Starbucks coffee, you had to brave the suicide-invoking rain, a thang called “grunge” and have to be in Seattle or thereabouts. Now that concept seems preposterous. As Janeane Garafalo once said, “I don’t want to say that Starbucks are everywhere, but I woke up this morning and they were building one in my living room.”
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|Graphic: Grinning Planet|
Claiming that an earlier proposed court order had been a “joke,” a judge on Wednesday formally denied a defense motion seeking the return of large amounts of seized medical marijuana to a Concow, California collective.
|Photo: Operation Green Rx|
|James Stacy with supporters in front of the San Diego Federal Courthouse|
James Stacy could face life in prison, even though he thought he was following the law.
|Graphic: Cannabis Defense Coalition|
At first glance Seattle would seem a pot patient’s paradise, with abundant, potent marijuana, a thriving dispensary scene, and $10 a gram prices for medicine. But this week, some ugly internecine strife has become very public, with three pot-related websites being commandeered and rumors swirling as to who’s responsible and why.
|Valerie Corral, WAMM’s co-founder: “We are heartened by the federal government’s newly declared position suggesting deference to state medical marijuana laws”|
Seven years after Drug Enforcement Administration agents raided a California medical marijuana farm, forcing patients out of bed at gunpoint, founders of the collective running the farm agreed to settle a lawsuit against the federal government.
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|Marijuana hero Eugene Davidovich: In San Diego court today at 1:30 p.m.|
Medical marijuana patient, activist and provider Eugene Davidovich is scheduled to appear in court in San Diego today.
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|Mendocino County’s regulations on collective medical marijuana grow-ops and dispensaries are being hammered out Monday.|
Historically weed-friendly Mendocino County’s debate over regulating medical marijuana dispensaries continues Monday at 3 p.m., when the Human Services Advisory Committee of the County Board of Supervisors meets. The committee has been working since spring to hash out the county’s marijuana cultivation rules.