Saturday, March 1, 2014

Alaska Will Vote this Summer to Become America’s 3rd Legal Weed State!


Temecula, CA - This latest breaking news is from Weedmaps, part of the doped talking heads smoking the DPA glass cock of no 'NO-GMO cannabis' wording in the legal law to be voted on. Will this allowed experimentation by Obama for Monsanto really be his Watergate when Fast and Furious ran out of bullets? Read this latest report also from the New York Times praising the DPA.

Time to keep your friends close, your enemies closer, your connect/hookup closest, and your seeds hidden.

'We’ve sung Alaska’s praises as a progressive cannabis state for quite some time, and now, it’s looking more and more likely that the frigid state will heat up with legal weed. A ballot measure that would legalize production and sale of recreational cannabis (much like Colorado’s and Washington’s) gained approval yesterday, and now heads to a vote this August.

After receiving over the required 30,000 signatures to appear on the ballot, Alaskans will now have the opportunity to decide their state’s fate with legal weed:
Passage of the marijuana initiative would permit adults 21 and older to possess up to one ounce (28 grams) of marijuana for private personal use and to grow as many as six cannabis plants for their own consumption.
It also charts a course for state-regulated commercial sales of pot in a framework similar to systems established by Colorado and Washington state after voters in those states became the first to legalize recreational marijuana in 2012.
Colorado and Washington’s marijuana sales are likewise patterned after the system adopted by many states for alcohol sales.
Under the Alaska measure, the state would collect a tax of $50 per ounce of marijuana at the wholesale level. [Huffington Post]
Americans that aren’t interested in ice fishing or sleigh-riding will finally have a reason to visit Alaska if weed wins. Given that a majority of Alaskanks have stated they’ll vote for legalization, as long as enough hit the polls, Alaska seems very poised to become the third legal weed state in America.

But certainly not the last.' - Weedmaps 3/1/14

Meanwhile Hawaii passed a No-GMO pot bill. Read here.

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