Why send the product all the way to the US? Weed prices are skyrocketing thanks to the Reagan administration’s War on Drugs. In California, the Reagan administration just launched a massive campaign to lock up the marijuana growers, which has shrunk the weed supply and caused prices to skyrocket to $5,000 per pound–a 1,600% profit for you and your criminal organization.
Two weeks ago, vendors in Washington began selling marijuana for recreational purposes. Initiative 502, passed in 2012, has finally been implemented. Majorities of both the state and the U.S. as a whole favor marijuana legalization, perhaps indicating legalization at the federal level is in the not-too-distant future. Don’t be appeased. This prospect offers little hope…
A Slavianskii Dom staff member was fired and the house’s resident assistant (RA) driven to resignation last week, following fallout from a drug-centered event hosted at the house.
While some Stanford students continue to use prescribed medical marijuana, University policy regarding the drug remains unclear due to conflicts between state and federal law, campus officials said.
Women’s Cancer Center opens Monday… Alum’s startup to introduce “light-field” camera… Hoover fellow pushes dispensary legalization in Palo Alto… Two SLAC scientists each awarded $2.5 million grants… Stanford news from around the Web for June 23, 2011.
Under a new law that took effect Jan. 1, the penalty for the possession of up to one ounce of marijuana has been reduced from a misdemeanor to an infraction.
A friend of mine last month came out of the post office and was assaulted by a young lady with a clipboard. Not unusual. The girl wanted to talk about the legalization of marijuana, which my friend supported, and she did too, naturally…
Hopes for recreational marijuana use went up in smoke on Tuesday after California voters said no to a ballot measure seeking the legalization of marijuana. The measure was defeated by 54 percent of voters with 80 percent of precincts reporting early Wednesday.