Colorado is winning the vote by 6% and Washington by 11%.
Hopefully this will be the beginning of the end of prohibition.
Its going to be interesting seeing what industries pop up from this.
HydrasBreath wrote:isn't the federal stance that it's still illegal so they can still do bullshit raids and whatnot on dispensaries?
Sym wrote:HydrasBreath wrote:isn't the federal stance that it's still illegal so they can still do bullshit raids and whatnot on dispensaries?
Technically I believe so
BUT as long as your following rules they leave you alone
menacinglemon wrote:HydrasBreath wrote:isn't the federal stance that it's still illegal so they can still do bullshit raids and whatnot on dispensaries?
Sym he is asking about Canada.
Um it isn't like that.... (a lot to explain...a lot goes into raids and it is hard to explain... false info is sometimes given to the police...go figure. But)
It is in the process of becoming decriminalized which means, that it would fine to smoke it and what not...no criminal record but a fine...so you can get a fine for smoking within 15ft of a bus stop in Ontario....that sort of thing...but a fine for smoking it anywhere.
It will most likely become decriminalized within the next 4 or 5 years I believe.
It is illegal still, but to find places that raids happen on, heat bills are examined etc,...it is a whole lot of stuff...but for example a cop I know found a grow-up because in winter he was walking the beat and saw a house that had no snow around the house itself...the yard and it but within 2ft of the house or so there was no snow....so it was reasonable grounds (got a warrant) and went in. Found like 30 plants or something like that.
They also sometimes find them when going to calls. For example they went with a landlord who wouldnt open a room that was flooded and causing flooding for the firefighters without the police present, so they went in with her and saw a grow-up it was 60 plants.... in the appartment of a law student at Ottawa U...
again a lot info goes into things, sometimes little, sometimes false info is recieved, and sometimes it is just luck...
Metalzoic wrote:I'm cool with this so long as I don't have to smell it.
HydrasBreath wrote:StormEye wrote:Its definitely a subjective matter.
But I doubt non-mj-smokers would actually enjoy the smell.
I actually kind of like it...way better than cigs in my opinion.
Duck wrote:i think being publically smoking is more acceptable than being publically high off your rocker. That's similar to being publically drunk
HydrasBreath wrote:Sym wrote:Frost is a goody goody
Of course he doesnt smoke
oh...thought he had mentioned smoking up before. My bad.
Chewy wrote:Duck wrote:i think being publically smoking is more acceptable than being publically high off your rocker. That's similar to being publically drunk
It's really not similar to being publicly drunk at all. High people are much, much, much less obnoxious.
Pariah wrote:I'm fine with the smell of weed. Not a bad smell. But whatever you think, sup to you.
I'm not a smoker, but I am really happy that two states have fully legalized. That was a present surprise.
Tom wrote:Will be interesting how the federal government handles this. The law either way will probably end up in the supreme court though.
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