USA President Donald Trump Interview on Medical Marijuana At Fox News 2017
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On Tuesday, Florida’s new medical marijuana amendment goes into effect. It means more people can use the drug and more potent strains are becoming legal.
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Hey Stoners Welcome to The Johno Show I’m your weedtuber host Jonathan. It’s Monday February 6th 2017 so it's time for some 420 news. Our main story tonight is that this new session of Congress is filled with bills to reform federal marijuana laws. But first our other weed news.
In “Would you like your fries Extra Crispy” News…
Garrett Norris, 20, and Meagan Dearborn, 19, were arrested for dealing weed out of a Burger King drive thru. The two worked at the Epping, New Hampshire Burger King. A sting operation was put in place by Police Chief Mike Wallace and once enough evidence was substantiated they moved in with the arrest.
In order to purchase the pot all a buyer had to do was drive up and ask for “Nasty Boy.” Norris’s alias. “Once it was verified he was working, they had to ask for their fries extra crispy.” An exchange of cash through the drive-through window and boom you had pot with burger order.
In “You know we’re going legit” news...
When Apple filed a patent on July 20th in what looks like their entry into vaporizers for the cannabis industry.
The patent doesn’t mention cannabis specifically, but the device, which features a movable heating plate that sits just above the substance and slides downward as the substance is vaporized does seem consistent for vaporization of marijuana. In fact, the design of the device looks like it would work with both flower and extracts. It also seems more suited to oils or solid extracts.
In “Daddy that man smells like weed” News…
Perfume company Xyrena is launching what it calls the first "strain-specific cannabis perfumes." Frequent shoppers of Spencer’s Gifts know that Marijuana perfumes aren't new but Xyrena is trying to take a classier approach.
Xyrena is releasing three unisex perfumes based off the following strains strains: Blue Dream, OG Kush and Space Cake.
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The wait is finally over for the citizens of Maine to toke up legally. Maine’s legalization law allows regular possession of up to 2 1/2 ounces of marijuana and the cultivation of 6 flowering plants, 6 immature plants and an unlimited number of seedlings.
Maine’s legalization law has come up against the hostility of Governor Paul LePage. Lepage argued that voters didn’t understand the legalization law. He even signed a moratorium on the implementation of regulated cannabis sales.
But now finally, Maine residents will enjoy the benefits of ending cannabis regulations. Law enforcement will be better utilized by reducing the number of citations, arrests, prosecutions and jailings for cannabis offenses. Thousands of new jobs will help stimulate the local economy and millions in new tax revenue will be generated for important social services.
Finally our top story…
Two new bills set to reform federal marijuana laws were introduced in Congress this week. Republican Congressman Morgan Griffith from Virginia introduced H. [...]
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In a must-see-to-believe segment in CNN's "Gone to Pot" series covering the historic legalization of recreational marijuana in Colorado, CNN reporter Randi Kaye interviewed pot entrepreneur "Grandma Barbara" (72) and took a limousine tour of marijuana dispensaries with a few weed enthusiasts. Unsurprisingly, the fellow passengers on the "Cannabis Tours" trip, enjoyed some now perfectly legal, "small canon"-size joints. The result was an increasingly giggly CNN reporter who admitted later to Anderson Cooper that she "got a little bit of a contact high. [...]
January 2017 has had the Most things happen out of any month I can remember in my decades-long fight for Marijuana Legalization. I was on a short 5 day vacation, and when I came back, it seemed like the lid had been blown off the conversation of Marijuana Legalization. Not only in the press and in living rooms across the country, but also in State Legislatures from coast to coast. And while that is happening, the numbers keep coming in on the successes of Colorado and Washington as public support for legalization hits jaw dropping numbers.
Several states are now talking about Marijuana in their State houses. Some are considering legalization and decriminalization while others are considering medical marijuana measures. No matter where this is happening, it is a net positive for that state because in some extreme cases like Nebraska and Wisconsin, there are NO protections for people using cannabis as medicine. The net negatives seem to be from Legislatures who are in states with laws that have been on the books or were JUST passed by overwhelming majorities of their constituents who would be trying to neuter the laws or make them unworkable (as is the case in Florida – which wasn't mentioned in this video. I will do a clip updating Florida very soon).
For you “Partisans” out there, there are no heroes or supervillans in either the Democratic or Republican Parties so far. It seems like both parties are equally eager to see some changes to the existing laws. Hard line prohibition still exists on the Right and Hard Line Regulation still exists on the Left.
I cover a lot in this video, but there is a lot that I didn't get a chance to. I will be covering these stories as they happen around the country. This update is essentially to get a footing on these particular stories. If there is something you want me to cover, let me know in the comments section. Each state is undergoing some level of Marijuana Reforms and there are a lot of actions going on at this very moment. I will try to stay on top of it!
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Before we get to the main topic of the night let’s review some Cannabis news stories. First, more than 1 in 5 Americans now live in states where the recreational use of marijuana is, or will soon be, legal.
In Colorado, a local organization that advocates for responsible marijuana use has found no major problems between children and accidental ingestion of pot edibles. County Sheriff Joe DiSalvo, who co-founded the Valley Marijuana Council said quote “The problem we talked about initially might not be as rampant as we thought,”
DiSalvo made the statement Wednesday in front of the County commissioners, who asked the sheriff and the council in April to look into whether accidental ingestion of marijuana edibles by children is a problem.
The sheriff told the county commissioners that “The reason it took so long (for the report to be completed) was we kept looking for something we couldn’t find,”.
A large group of retired NFL players teamed with Doctors for Cannabis Regulation and penned an open letter to NFL officials and their doctors urging reform to the substance-abuse policy.
As the substance-abuse policy stands now, players are tested in the off season, unless they are already in the intervention program. Players face punishment if they have more than 35 nanograms of THC in their system.
The NFL’s Player’s Association recently formed a pain management committee to, among other things, assess the potential of cannabis as an alternative pain reliever for players. But it has vowed to not rush into accepting it before a thorough audit.
Now onto our main story. Unless you live under a rock you’re aware that Donald Trump is America’s President-elect. Many in the Cannabis industry are concerned that his somewhat fascist rhetoric during the campaign may mean a backslide for the industry.
Well I’m here to assure you that isn’t going to happen. While I don’t have a personal line to President-Elect Trump’s office there are some things I know that make me feel nearly certain he isn’t going to change the current relationship between state’s that have legalized cannabis and the Federal government.
In fact, while I’m far from being Pro-Trump this might be one area where his alt-right hysteria may lean all the way to the liberal sidings of a Bernie Sanders.
Why am I so confident in saying this? Donald Trump is a businessman. That means numbers above all else win the story. When you take the sales numbers, tax revenue and employment coming from states that have legalized Cannabis both medically and recreational he’s not going to halt and reverse that industries economy.
In fact, when presented with the numbers he may lead the mandate to remove cannabis from the list of narcotics punishable by jail time.
Let’s look at what he’s previously said. In 1990, the president-elect stated that U.S. drug enforcement is “a joke” and that all drugs should be legalized. He believed then that the war on drugs could never be won unt [...]
--Legalized recreational marijuana in Canada could create a $22.6 billion industry, which would exceed combined sales of beer, wine, and spirits
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Weedtuber Cannabis News: The National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine issued a groundbreaking, 400-page report on the potential benefits and detriments posed by cannabis.
The study found, among other things, that cannabinoids are potent pain relievers, especially for chronic pain. It also found that while cannabis smoke does not appear to cause cancer of the mouth, throat or lungs, toking up while pregnant can lead to reduced birth weights.
And though the study found that regular use may increase the risk of developing psychological disorders like schizophrenia, the biggest danger lies in weeds ability to temporarily stunt your cognitive abilities immediately after consumption.
There is little evidence that it makes you dumber over the long-term. Eh! Personally, since I started smoking again I’ve stopped doing brain surgeries. Not just because of the weed but the board of health suggested I stop too on account that I don’t have a license.
Similarly, there is scant evidence that cannabis can be linked to strokes and heart attacks or act as a gateway drug for users. It is however a gateway drug to order Dominoes or going to Taco Bell at 2 in the morning.
As we all know it's hard to conduct research on marijuana right now. Because of regulatory barriers, including marijuana's Schedule I classification by the Drug Enforcement Administration and the fact that researchers often can't access the same sorts of marijuana that people actually use. Even in states where it's legal to buy marijuana, federal regulations prevent researchers from using that same product.
A panel of physicians in Connecticut are urging the state to add four more conditions to the list of ailments that will qualify patients to receive medical cannabis.
If the State Board of Physicians’ recommendations are accepted by the Department of Consumer Protection, and after that a committee of state lawmakers, then shingles, rheumatoid arthritis, muscular dystrophy and fibromyalgia will be added to the MMJ qualifying condition list.
It could, take up to a year for the latest additions to go fully into effect.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the state should eliminate penalties currently handed down to individuals caught possessing small amounts of marijuana.
Cuomo said quote: “The illegal sale of marijuana cannot and will not be tolerated in New York State, but data consistently shows that recreational users of marijuana pose little to no threat to public safety,”
Specifically, Governor Cuomo said New York state should remove the criminal penalties that too often result in the over-prosecution and jailing of nonviolent individuals. People caught with small amounts of marijuana wouldn’t be prosecuted under Mr. Cuomo’s plan, but dealing weed would still be a criminal offense.
Nearly 90% of pot violations recorded during 2016 were for possession and not sale, according to the governor’s report.
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