Saturday, 3 September 2011

Purple Kush News Round-Up 09/03/11

Marijuana seized from apartment
Boston Globe
Police say they found the entire first floor of this building in Arlington devoted to a marijuana-growing operation. They seized the plants and equipment in the residence. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff) By Brian R. Ballou ARLINGTON- It wasn't so much the ...
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State investigates workers who OK'd medical marijuana at Hempfest
The Seattle Times
State health-care regulators have opened a preliminary investigation into two medical professionals who were issuing medical marijuana authorizations at Hempfest. By Jonathan Martin We can start by at least admittig that Marijuana is less harmfl than ...
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Marijuana street fair comes to downtown Oakland
San Jose Mercury News
By Kristin J. Bender Medical marijuana users will be lighting up this weekend in downtown Oakland at a pot street fair that's billed as the largest event of its kind. The International Cannabis & Hemp Expo on Saturday and Sunday will feature a ...
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Larimer County bust nets pot plants, cache of weapons
The Coloradoan
Sheriff's deputies seized 220 marijuana plants and two pounds of psychedelic mushrooms Friday from this house near Livermore. Derek Broussard/The Coloradoan A married couple told investigators they moved from Kansas to Colorado to grow and sell ...
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California Attorney Chris Van Hook Announces Best Practices Certified Medical ...
San Francisco Chronicle (press release)
The Best Practices Certified program, created and implemented by marijuana attorney Chris Van Hook, now certifies medical marijuana growers as compliant with the strictest standards of limited chemical and synthetic fertilizer use, non-contamination, ...
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COMMENTARY: A different view on medical marijuana
The Morning Sun
Henry Anslinger was out of a job with the end of alcohol prohibition; Hearst wanted to dominate the paper industry and Hemp paper was his biggest threat, so he partnered with Anslinger to rename cannabis marijuana for a racist hue to their ...
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Union Township medical marijuana zoning, licensing law likely to remain useful
The Morning Sun
By MARK RANZENBERGER Union Township's new laws regulating the location and operation of medical marijuana-related businesses might appear to be in limbo after the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled against a Mt. Pleasant dispensary. ...
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Marijuana Smokers Are Skinnier Than Everyone Else
SF Weekly (blog)
2 2011 at 1:10 PM ​Forget marijuana -- medical or otherwise -- as a performance-enhancer for such accolades as "winner" of the Chubby Bunny competition. Consider the magic plant, instead, as a partner in weight loss. ...
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Raid on rural land nets 400 pot plants
The Register-Guard
By Jack Moran Lane County sheriff's Reserve Deputy Sean Gilson stands by a marijuana plant during a raid on a 40-acre property near Cottage Grove on Wednesday morning. COTTAGE GROVE — Authorities seized 400 marijuana plants and more than $20000 in ...
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Batavia teen charged with marijuana possession
Kane County Chronicle
By KANE COUNTY CHRONICLE GENEVA – A Batavia teenager was charged with felony possession of marijuana after he harvested some wild-growing plants in Geneva, police said. Devin M. Alsip, 17, of the 1000 block of North Avenue, Batavia, was charged Sunday ...
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