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Comment Archives: stories: Columns: CannaBiz

Re: “CannaBiz: Crouse goes free

$ 5,400 is the value the fed puts one each plant when they try to charge you with distribution!

That is the value per plant to be charged for from for loss.

Contact Chris Conrad in California for documentation on this fact.
Go get them Bob.

Happy 4th from the staff @
The Healing Center Medical Clinic Alaska

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Posted by Mike Smith on 07/04/2012 at 9:10 AM

Re: “CannaBiz: Crouse goes free

Between the Crouse and Kappelmann cases and several other cases that weren't mentioned, the DA's office in combination with local police have spent $500,000 to $1,000,000 in "investigation" and prosecution attempts against compliant Medical Marijuana patients and caregivers!

How many teachers would that employ?
How many street lights could have been turned back on?
How many parks could have been watered?
How many potholes could have been fixed?
How many more officers could we put on patrol?
We could have paid for 4th of July in Memorial park many times over... and for what?

THE DA HAS A PERSONAL BIAS AGAINST A PLANT!

Seriously, how far are they willing to go in order protect society from a plant that patients are legally using to treat cancer, HIV, MS, and many other conditions. There has never been even a hint of any of this Medical Marijuana in the black market. But the DA doesn't like it so we waste time and precious funds.

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Posted by Are you kidding me ? on 07/04/2012 at 8:28 AM

Re: “CannaBiz: Amendment 64 gaining steam

Holder will wind up resigning, and we'll be putting the massive pressure to put a pro-pot AG in.

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Posted by David Tesler on 06/30/2012 at 5:35 PM

Re: “CannaBiz: The word on Cannabis Therapeutics

Fight them with everything you have. When they lose enough of these cases and it is shown how many millions of dollars Dan May is wasting perhaps they will wise up. I estimate that police and DA's office spent a minimum of $250,000 on Kappelmann and the Beacon street raids. Not to mention the 6 days of court time used. Shocked that people don't realize the wasteful government spending going on here.

What did the tax payers get in return ? All of the growers are still growing, and the ones that took pleas get a 1 or 2 year deferreds. So, in the end, it's just the DA keeping the system in a job.

Honestly, I think that they have more pressing issues than harassing legit growers.

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Posted by Are you kidding me ? on 06/20/2012 at 10:54 AM

Re: “CannaBiz: The word on Cannabis Therapeutics

Okay, that's it. I've had enough. This Big Brother B.S. has got to stop! This herb has always been around and always will be. I don't smoke it but I'm damned sure going to vote to legalize. Now, who's with me?

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Posted by longtooth on 06/20/2012 at 9:33 AM

Re: “CannaBiz: Amendment 64 gaining steam

Rabbit: I'm with you on legalization. However, if this is the biggest issue for you, I wonder about you, dude.
In a perfect world, the government would be 1/10 th its current size and clear headed Libertarians would govern. Unfortunately, we will never see it.

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Posted by smartestman on 06/16/2012 at 1:45 PM

Re: “CannaBiz: Amendment 64 gaining steam

If this is how the Republican party is going to continue to treat us as American citizens, and a free nation, I think it may be time to change my vote, and my party affiliation.

Legalize marijuana for growing, selling, and consumption by adults now!

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Posted by WhiteRabbit on 06/16/2012 at 10:19 AM

Re: “CannaBiz: Amendment 64 gaining steam

If Obama sends Attorney General Holder to Colodaro to oppose Amendment 64, he's really risking losing the swing state in the 2012 election.

http://www.weedist.com/2012/06/ag-holder-a…

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Posted by Real Weedist on 06/13/2012 at 10:41 AM

Re: “CannaBiz: Another try for PTSD

PTSD treatment for Veterans found ineffective.

Eli Lilly made $65 billion on the Zyprexa franchise.Lilly was fined $1.4 billion for Zyprexa fraud!
The atypical antipsychotics (Zyprexa,Risperdal,Seroquel) are like a 'synthetic' Thorazine,only they cost ten times more than the old fashioned typical antipsychotics.
These newer generation drugs still pack their list of side effects like diabetes for the user.All these drugs work as so called 'major tranquilizers'.This can be a contradiction with PTSD suffers as we are hyper vigilant and feel uncomfortable with a drug that puts you to sleep and makes you sluggish.
That's why drugs like Zyprexa don't work for PTSD survivors like myself.
-Daniel Haszard FMI http://www.zyprexa-victims.com

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Posted by Daniel Haszard on 06/05/2012 at 8:25 AM

Re: “CannaBiz: Altitude Organic's new spot

The laws regarding cannabis were born on the wings of lies and pampered by propaganda such that now the tightly held belief systems are going to have to reckon with the desire of all humanity to live with dignity, free from the oppressive tyranny that ignorance and bigotry have spawned.

These laws subject our citizens to not only danger, but degradation. These barbarous acts have outraged my conscience and the conscience of many of my fellow citizens. I vow to NOT live in fear of the oppressive tyranny but to confront it at it's source. I will enjoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear.

Sincerely, Dan Richeson

http://www.change.org/petitions/all-electe…

Posted by Dan Richeson on 05/31/2012 at 1:18 PM

Re: “CannaBiz: Altitude Organic's new spot

Thankyou for the article. This place rocks

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Posted by Luke Bonow on 05/17/2012 at 6:32 PM

Re: “CannaBiz: MMJ passed in Pueblo

To Mr. Cordova, and those who think using cannabis/marijuana, in a fashion similar to alcohol for the mere pleasure of it, is abusing the plant I say hogwash. Stop thinking like this!!! If you have a couple of beers, a glass of wine or two, or some other alcoholic beverage is it abusing alcohol??? Then apply the same to cannabis/marijuana. The use of it, does not constitute abuse.

Marijuana is safer then most of the things we consume for medical or recreational purposes. The mindset that has been created by the lies we have been fed by our government, and anti-drug groups, needs to be dispelled, and changed to the truth.

Please take the time to read about all of the facts about marijuana on sites like:
Norml.org

Tokeofthetown.com

http://digg.com/newsbar/topnews/Marijuana_…

http://www.drugpolicy.org/facts/drug-facts…

http://www.truthaboutcannabis.org/

http://norml.org/library/item/your-governm…

http://www.saferchoice.org/content/view/24…

Yes, you can find sites supporting both sides, but the majority of the sides against cannabis/marijuana are feeding you the same line of balderdash that has been purported to make criminals out of U.S. citizens, with people of color being the major target.
Don't believe me, look for the truth and you will find it.

Posted by WhiteRabbit on 05/05/2012 at 8:20 AM

Re: “CannaBiz: Feds zero in on Westside Wellness

If God is a crutch. What is mmj a full body cast?

Posted by SarxsNoMore on 04/22/2012 at 8:40 PM

Re: “CannaBiz: Feds zero in on Westside Wellness

I hear to hear when an MMJ shot gets shut down. I will have to say that the last time I visiting W Side Wellness the prices were sooooo high (no pun intended) that I never returned...

Still a blast to the MMJ community and the people W Side Wellness served.

I can tell you a few I'd like to shut down! Jus sayin....

Posted by JusMeAngie on 04/20/2012 at 5:51 AM

Re: “CannaBiz: Second wave from the Fed

SM, you went farther than needed in your statement. I am concerned about all American citizens rights, and freedoms.

Our government has continually written laws that impede our rights, and freedoms.
Most of it without our knowing, or approval. We need to, as the people, take a firm stand with our representatives, and demand they start working the other way, and get rid of all the bs legislation that has been put forth over the years that is an affront to our liberty.
It has gotten way out of hand.

As for big government, I cannot say that I trust either of the two major parties.

I have historically voted Republican, but am becoming more, and more disappointed in the Republican parties stance against marijuana legalization. I am also concerned with Romney being more like a taliban president. In that I mean taking a stance against marijuana, as he seems to be, based on his religious beliefs, instead of the truth about marijuana.

Will we be better under Obama, Romney, or somebody else? I can't answer that, but my vote is going to carry a heavy weight, as it will for many, based on the position the candidate takes on ending the prohibition of marijuana.

Which would be better for business? Probably Romney, but that is not going to get him a vote from me. I have barely been able to keep my head above water under both republican, and democrat administrations. This is how it is for many of us. So we might as well push for our freedoms, as we always should.

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Posted by WhiteRabbit on 04/08/2012 at 8:57 AM

Re: “CannaBiz: Second wave from the Fed

Mr C: It might appear that I "jump on the case of any person ... who dares to criticize a Republican..." because, at the Indy, most posters slant liberal. However, if your memory was as big as your head, you would surely remember that I have oft criticized GW for the big spender he was. (You might also ask Rabbit if my post constituted a 'jumping on the case'.) No one can deny the FACT that Obama has outspent all previous presidents combined (in just three years). As to your statement "we must take it to the streets", I am a Libertarian not an anarchist. But, you and your fellow nimrod "occupiers" have at it.

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Posted by smartestman on 04/08/2012 at 6:05 AM

Re: “CannaBiz: Second wave from the Fed

smartestman, you are very quick to jump on the case of any person in this blog who dares to criticize a Republican politician without adding the proviso that Democrats are no better. It is as if you are trying to promote a fairness doctrine, such as broadcasters are no longer required to do by law.

But it does not go both ways, does it? Here you criticize Obama as a big government politician, as if the Republicans will actually shrink the federal government. Sure, they always say they will, but can you name a single, solitary Republican president who actually did reduce the size of the federal government?

History has taught us if we want something we cannot rely on politicians. We must take it to the streets.

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Posted by Mr. K-- on 04/07/2012 at 8:46 PM

Re: “CannaBiz: Second wave from the Fed

Rabbit - If you are truly concerned about your rights and freedoms relative to cannabis as well as just about everything else in your life, you will join me in denouncing any big government candidate. And, just as a reminder, Mr. Obama is about as big government as they come.

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Posted by smartestman on 04/07/2012 at 2:24 PM

Re: “CannaBiz: Second wave from the Fed

The continued prohibition of cannabis is ignorant at best, and dangerous to our freedoms, and rights as an American citizen.

Everybody needs to read the info on the page at the link below. Spread the word, and post the link in places you visit.

http://www.tokeofthetown.com/2012/04/going…

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Posted by WhiteRabbit on 04/07/2012 at 8:15 AM

Re: “CannaBiz: Plant count problems

Hasty and unfriendly???, That is totally the opposite of what Strawberryfields is all about, on so many levels, you sure you have been there? And those meds, are just unbeatable. They even let me know when other centers have great crops come up too, its like, send me away and if the love is true they know ill be back, well I have been coming back here for over a year on the reg.

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Posted by LindaPatterson on 03/03/2012 at 7:53 AM

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