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Denver County Fair To Celebrate Legal Recreational Marijuana
Denver County Fair To Celebrate Legal Recreational Marijuana
How fun? To me, this seems the next natural step for Denver, Colorado, where recreational use of pot is legal.  Denver County Fair will a joint-rolling contest (done with oregano, not the real thing), the Best Homemade Bong contest, dioramas made with Peeps and a Drag Queen Contest! Oh ya, there will be judging of the plants in the same way fairs judge other crops.
Rep. Chellie Pingree (D-ME) Co-sponsors Congressional Bill to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol
Rep. Chellie Pingree (D-ME) Co-sponsors Congressional Bill to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol
Maine Congresswoman Chellie Pingree has joined the effort to pass a bill that would allow states to set marijuana policies without federal interference. The law would end marijuana prohibition and start regulating marijuana like alcohol at the federal level.
A Recreational Pot “Reeferendum” May Go To Voters in Portland in November
A Recreational Pot “Reeferendum” May Go To Voters in Portland in November
If supporters in Portland get enough signatures on their petition, a question regarding recreational marijuana use may go on the ballot and out to voters as early as this year. The intent of the measure from what I gather is to allow people to smoke small amounts in their personal or a private space or one provided to them, like inside their home or designated areas. Similar rules to what we have
Colorado + Washington State Voters Said OK to Marijuana, but it Looks Like There Will be Legal Challenges
Colorado + Washington State Voters Said OK to Marijuana, but it Looks Like There Will be Legal Challenges
Colorado voted to legalize smoking marijuana Tuesday, but the governor warned those excited by this new law to not to "break out the Cheetos or Goldfish" just yet. You see, the federal government still takes a dim view of pot. The odds are there will be some legal challenges to the new law. And when that happens, the law gets put on hold until the legal stuff gets sorted out.