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Cannabis Cup 2011 Digger One Hitter

We take a look at the Digger One Hitter at the Cannabis Cup 2011 in Amsterdam.
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How to make a one-hitter pipe/piece to smoke cannabis.
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Hubbard Law Firm Medical Marijuana Display at 2011 Michigan Municipal League Capital Convention Expo

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More than 400 officials from throughout the state attended the League’s 2011 Capital Conference April 5-6 in Lansing, Michigan. The conference focused on the many changes taking place in Lansing and Washington D.C. and the potential impact these changes will have on Michigan’s cities, villages and urban townships. The conference had sessions on the Michigan Medical Marihuana Law, Complete Streets initiative, Gov. Rick Snyder’s budget proposal, plans to reduce revenue sharing to Michigan communities, long-term budget solutions, the new emergency financial management law and many other topics. Speakers included Bill Rustem, director of strategy for Governor Snyder; Carol Shafto, Alpena Mayor and President of the MML Board; Gilda Jacobs, president and CEO of the Michigan League for Human Services; Doug Rothwell, president and CEO of Business Leaders for Michigan; Eric Schneidewind, president of AARP of Michigan; Charles Ballard, economics professor at Michigan State University; Mitch Bean, director of the Michigan House Fiscal Agency; Craig Their, director of state affairs for the Citizens Research Council; Sen. John Pappageorge, R-Troy; Rep. Earl Poleski, R-Jackson; Jared Rodriguez, of the Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce; Carolyn Coleman, director of federal relations for the National League of Cities; CeCe Grant, Michigan statewide organizer for Transportation of American; Tim Hoeffner, administrator for High Speed Rail & Innovative Project Advancement for MDOT; Keith Ledbetter, director of legislative affairs for MITA; Battle Creek Mayor Susan Baldwin; State Rep. Vicki Barnett, D-Farmington Hills; Rich Morrison, economic development director for Mt. Pleasant; Melanie Piana, Ferndale councilmember; Keith Baker, Midland planning director; Michigan Municipal League CEO Dan Gilmartin; Summer Minnick, director of state affairs for the League; Hamtramck Mayor Karen Majewski, League board vice president; Linden Mayor David Lossing; John Lindenmayer, associate director of the League of Michigan Bicyclists; Sean Mann, program coordinator of Let’s Save Michigan; League staff members Andy Schor, Samantha Jones Harkins, Arnold Weinfeld; and many others. During the Conference, the League’s board of trustees had its April meeting and unanimously approved freezing member dues for the 2011-12 fiscal year, which begins July 1. For details about the League and what we do go to mml.org. For more on Capital Conference go to cc.mml.org.

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2011: The Year In Review – NORML’s Top 10 Events That Shaped Marijuana Policy

brain illustration 2011: The Year In Review – NORML’s Top 10 Events That Shaped Marijuana Policy#1 NORML Sues to Halt Government’s Prosecution of Medical Cannabis Providers
In October, the United States Deputy Attorney General, along with the four US Attorneys from California, announced their intentions to escalate federal efforts targeting the state’s medical cannabis dispensaries and providers. In response, members of the NORML Legal Committee filed suit in November against the federal government arguing that its actions were in violation of the Ninth, Tenth, and Fourteenth Amendments of the US Constitution. Plaintiffs further argued, using the theory of judicial estoppel, that the Justice Department had previously affirmed in federal court that it would no longer use federal resources to prosecute cannabis patients or providers who are compliant with state law. NORML’s lawsuit remains pending. Read the full story here.

#2 Members of Congress Introduce First Bill Since 1937 to Legalize Cannabis
House lawmakers introduced legislation in Congress in June to end the federal criminalization of the personal use of marijuana. The bipartisan measure – HR 2306, the ‘Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act of 2011′ – prohibits the federal government from prosecuting adults who use or possess cannabis by removing the plant and its primary psychoactive constituent, THC, from the five schedules of the United States Controlled Substances Act of 1970. The bill awaits Congressional action. Read the full story here.

#3 Gallup: Majority of Americans Support Legalizing Cannabis
A record 50 percent of Americans now believe that marijuana ought to be legalized for adult use, according to a nationwide Gallup poll of 1,005 adults published in October. The 2011 survey results mark the first time ever that Gallup has reported that more Americans support legalizing cannabis (50 percent) than oppose it (46 percent). Read the full story here.

#4 Over One Million Americans Now Use Cannabis Legally Under State Law
Between one million to one-and-a-half million US citizens are legally authorized by the laws of their state to use marijuana, according to data compiled in May by NORML from state medical marijuana registries and patient estimates. Read the full story here.

#5 Marijuana Prosecutions For 2010 Near Record High
Police made 853,838 arrests in 2010 for marijuana-related offenses according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s annual Uniform Crime Report, released in September. The annual arrest total is among the highest ever reported by the agency. Marijuana arrests now comprise more than one-half (52 percent) of all drug arrests in the United States. Read the full story here.

#6 Largest State Doctors Association Calls For Legalizing Cannabis
The California Medical Association in October called for the “legalization and regulation” of cannabis for adults. The association, which represents some 35,000 physicians, recommends that cannabis be taxed and regulated “in a manner similar to alcohol.” Read the full story here.

#7 Connecticut Decriminalizes Cannabis Possession Offenses
Statewide legislation took effect in July reducing the penalties for the adult possession of up to one-half ounce of marijuana from a criminal misdemeanor (formerly punishable by one year in jail and a $ 1,000 fine) to a non-criminal infraction, punishable by a $ 150 fine, no arrest or jail time, and no criminal record. Read the full story here.

#8 Vaporized Cannabis Augments Analgesic Effect of Opiates in Humans
Vaporized cannabis significantly augments the analgesic effects of opiates in patients with chronic pain, according to clinical trial data published online in the journal Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics in November. Investigators surmised that cannabis-specific interventions “may allow for opioid treatment at lower doses with fewer [patient] side effects.” Read the full story here.

#9 State Governors Call on Obama Administration to Reclassify Cannabis
In December, governors from Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington formally requested the Obama administration to reclassify cannabis under federal law in a manner that would allow states to regulate its therapeutic use without federal interference. The administration in July had previously rejected a nine-year-old petition calling on the agency to initiate hearings to reassess the present classification of marijuana as a schedule I controlled substance without any ‘accepted medical use in treatment.’ Read the full story here.

#10 Delaware Becomes 16th State to Legalize Limited Medical Use of Marijuana
State lawmakers in May approved legislation to allow patients with a qualifying illness may legally possess up to six ounces of cannabis, provided the cannabis is obtained from a state-licensed, not-for-profit ‘compassion center.’ The law is anticipated to be implemented in 2012. Read the full story here.

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News U Should Know- July 12, 2011 Mila Kunis, Netflix, Slurpees, Marijuana, Harry Potter!

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pre-Convention Workshop takes place in Grand Rapids, Unofficial Kickoff to Michigan Municipal League 2011 Convention During ArtPrize

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The League’s Convention officially kicks off today (Wednesday, Oct. 5) in downtown Grand Rapids Michigan during ArtPrize, but some pre-convention sessions took place Tuesday, Oct. 4, (http://www.mml.org/events/annual_convention/agenda- 2011.html#precon) including seminars about the medical marijuana law, guarding the public’s checkbook, meetings are us and effectively and safely having a community festival. Speakers at the pre-convention sessions were Kim Cekola of the Michigan Municipal League, Eleanor "Coco" Siewert, professional parliamentarian; Len Wood, president of the training shop, Rod Person, loss control supervisor of Meadowbrook, Judy Thomas-Torosian of Meadowbrook, and Mike Woodworth of the Hubbard Law firm. For more about the Michigan Municipal League and what we do go to mml.org. For more about the league’s Convention go to tour.mml.org. Follow us on Twitter at @mmleague and the hashtag #mmltour.

pre-Convention Workshop takes place in Grand Rapids, Unofficial Kickoff to Michigan Municipal League 2011 Convention During ArtPrize
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The League’s Convention officially kicks off today (Wednesday, Oct. 5) in downtown Grand Rapids Michigan during ArtPrize, but some pre-convention sessions took place Tuesday, Oct. 4, (http://www.mml.org/events/annual_convention/agenda- 2011.html#precon) including seminars about the medical marijuana law, guarding the public’s checkbook, meetings are us and effectively and safely having a community festival. Speakers at the pre-convention sessions were Kim Cekola of the Michigan Municipal League, Eleanor "Coco" Siewert, professional parliamentarian; Len Wood, president of the training shop, Rod Person, loss control supervisor of Meadowbrook, Judy Thomas-Torosian of Meadowbrook, and Mike Woodworth of the Hubbard Law firm. For more about the Michigan Municipal League and what we do go to mml.org. For more about the league’s Convention go to tour.mml.org. Follow us on Twitter at @mmleague and the hashtag #mmltour.

pre-Convention Workshop takes place in Grand Rapids, Unofficial Kickoff to Michigan Municipal League 2011 Convention During ArtPrize
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The League’s Convention officially kicks off today (Wednesday, Oct. 5) in downtown Grand Rapids Michigan during ArtPrize, but some pre-convention sessions took place Tuesday, Oct. 4, (http://www.mml.org/events/annual_convention/agenda- 2011.html#precon) including seminars about the medical marijuana law, guarding the public’s checkbook, meetings are us and effectively and safely having a community festival. Speakers at the pre-convention sessions were Kim Cekola of the Michigan Municipal League, Eleanor "Coco" Siewert, professional parliamentarian; Len Wood, president of the training shop, Rod Person, loss control supervisor of Meadowbrook, Judy Thomas-Torosian of Meadowbrook, and Mike Woodworth of the Hubbard Law firm. For more about the Michigan Municipal League and what we do go to mml.org. For more about the league’s Convention go to tour.mml.org. Follow us on Twitter at @mmleague and the hashtag #mmltour.

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2011 Marijuana March! Toronto Freedom Festival

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A calm, mid-day view of the 2011 Freedom Festival held in Queens Park, Downtown Toronto. www.youtube.com Like! Favorite! Comment!
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Latah County deputies seize marijuana plants – The Spokesman Review

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September 6, 2011 in News, Idaho The Latah County Sheriff's Office has seized 137 marijuana plants and paraphernalia over the past two weeks following a US Drug Enforcement Administration flyover. 3 September 6, 2011 in Nation/World A robotic spaceship
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outdoor marijuana growing 2011 xtreme gardening

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POSTED: 8:55 pm PDT August 12, 2011

POSTED: 8:55 pm PDT August 12, 2011
REDDING, Calif — The Northern Patients Group, a medical marijuana collective on Rhyolite Drive in Redding, has been robbed for the second time in just over a month. At least 2 suspects concealing their identities with black clothing and pillow case
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Convicts use the Bible to roll joints, cigarettes
There were 259 weapons seized from federal prisoners since 2008, the data shows, including 186 knives as well as a reciprocating saw blade, two padlocks stuffed in a pillow case, two pencils taped together and a rock tied in a sock.
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Assorted knives and watches valued at $ 1000, a curve bow valued at $ 400, assorted coins totaling $ 5, a silver Kodak digital camera valued at $ 300, a multi-colored pillow case valued at $ 10, a tan canvas tote bag valued at $ 10 a revolver valued at $ 300
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