FILE - In this April 18, 2015 file photo, young partygoers listen to music and smoke marijuana during the annual 4/20 marijuana festival, in Denvers downtown Civic Center Park. Saying that weed tourists have nowhere to legally use the pot theyre buying, marijuana activists in Denver have launched a ballot initative that would ask voters whether businesses open only to people 21 and older should be permitted to allow pot use. (image:Brennan Linsley, File/Associated Press)
A campaign is underway to ask Denver voters about allowing marijuana consumption in bars and other places that only allow people over 21.
Activists who campaigned for recreational pot legalization in Colorado have launched a petition drive to allow what they call limited social marijuana consumption at bars.
The activists need about 5,000 signatures to get the question on November ballots.
It would allow bars or clubs to allow marijuana use as long as patrons bring their own weed and comply with clean-air laws. That means the pot they consume would have to be edible, or ....
The Seattle Times | July 2, 2015 When recreational marijuana possession became legal Wednesday in Oregon, Vancouver pot shops reaped the benefits, as Oregonians flocked across the border to get their fix.
Pot now legal in Oregon; Vancouver shops reap benefit
When recreational marijuana possession became legal Wednesday in Oregon, Vancouver pot shops reaped the benefits, as Oregonians flocked across the border to get their fix.
Vancouvers six pot shops saw far more foot traffic than usual Wednesday, a trend that has continued all week leading up to the landmark shift in Oregons law. And with recreational sales set to be sidelined in Oregon for at least three months or perhaps even more than another year, store owners in Vancouver are bracing for their biggest sales figures yet.
Since Washingtons first stores opened nearly a y....
The Measure 91 marijuana legalization initiative approved by Oregon voters last November went into effect as of 12:01 a.m Pacific Time today.
That means that people 21 and over can now legally possess up to eight ounces of weed at home and grow up to four plants. Only one ounce may be possessed in public. Public consumption remains illegal.
But you wont be able to go to the marijuana store just yet. Sales are currently set to begin next year, although there is a chance the legislature could act to move up that date.
Portland NORML marked the occasion with a midnight seed....
Fundraising Drive Begins For Lawsuits To Save Medical Marijuana In Washington
As we previously reported, a team of renowned attorneys will soon be filing a set of lawsuits to place an injunction on, and overturn Washington States Senate Bill 5052, a regressive medical cannabis proposal recently signed into law by Governor Jay Inslee. The new law, which goes into effect July 1st of next year, will make felons out of patients possessing currently allowable limits, will establish a patient registry and will shutdown a majority of dispensaries in the state.
Now, in an effort to help fund the immense legal costs associated with challenging a law passed b....
Lawsuits Announced Against Washingtons Harmful Medical Marijuana Bill
A team of attorneys will soon file a series of lawsuits to place an injunction on, and overturn Washington States Senate Bill 5052, a recently signed law that will drastically reduce the rights of medical cannabis patients in the state while closing dispensaries and establishing an illegal patient registry.
Signed by Governor Jay Inslee in April, Senate Bill 5052 which takes full effect in July, 2016 will drastically reduce the amount of cannabis patients can possess and cultivate, making felons out of those who possess currently allowable limits. The measure will also l....
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