Medical Marijuana Caregivers and Glass Jar Co-Op Owners Arrested On Cape Cod in Massachusetts

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Glass Jar Co-Op Shut down by Feds. The legal system in Massachusetts is testing Marijuana Law passed by it’s citizens again. This time its not patients or Doctors being harassed in the name of legal precedence it’s caregivers.

The Cape Cod Times reports “2 people who are authorized medical marijuana users pleaded not guilty Friday in Falmouth District Court to having more than the allowed marijuana in their possession.

Gail A. Grigsby, 55, and Steven Moore, 57, both of Buzzards Bay, were arraigned on charges of possession of a class C substance with intent to distribute, possession of a class D substance with intent to distribute, marijuana trafficking and conspiracy to violate the drug laws.

On Thursday, Bourne police, the Cape Cod Drug Task Force and a DEA agent acted on a search warrant after an investigation found marijuana and marijuana-related products that equaled 70 pounds – well above the 10 ounces that a medical marijuana patient is allowed to have under regulations set by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, according to records.”

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Colorado Legal Marijuana Laws Challenged By Neighboring States

The attorneys general of Nebraska and Oklahoma sued Colorado in the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday, arguing state-legalized marijuana from Colorado is improperly spilling across state lines.

The suit invokes the federal government’s right to regulate both drugs and interstate commerce, and says Colorado’s decision to legalize marijuana has been “particularly burdensome” to police agencies on the other side of the state line.

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RI Woman Sues For Non Hiring As Colorado Holds Up Firings For Medical Marijuana Use

Medical Marijuana RXYou know the saying “It All Comes Out In The Wash”? Well the laundry is being done in States were Marijuana is decriminalized, legal for recreation or legally prescribed by Doctors.

In RI a graduate student has sued a textile company for refusing to hire her for a two-month internship because she uses medical marijuana to treat frequent and debilitating migraine headaches, a decision her lawyer calls discrimination.

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How To Obtain A Medical Marijuana Card and Referral In Massachusetts

Medical MArijuana Card In MAssLets be clear here. Any Doctor in the State Of Massachusetts can issue a Medical Marijuana Referral.That said getting your doctor to write one is virtually impossible.

Since the MA Medical Marijuana Law took affect doctors have a unwritten rule not to prescribe cannabis. Many reasons contribute to this, but the DEA Bullying Doctors is surly a driving fear in there World.

What patients need to be legal is the actual paper that is issued, not the plastic card that may or may not be issued.

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New York Times Calls For Marijuana Prohibition Rebel

In a not so surprising NY Times editorial the “Editorial Board” calls the repeal of Marijuana prohibition at the federal level. Not surprising because the paper is self described as being liberal. That said many described as politically right agree.

The article on July 27 2014 has reasons we don’t necessarily agree with, but it draws attention to the issue. Marijuana Laws make your friends and family criminals everyday.

Marijuana make everyday people criminals. Just like alcohol prohibition did. Over the last century millions on Americans have gone through the court system because of Cannabis arrests.


It has been more than 40 years since Congress passed the current ban on marijuana, inflicting great harm on society just to prohibit a substance far less dangerous than alcohol.

This quot is so true.

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York Maine Advocates Get Recreational Marijuana on November 2014 Ballot

recreational-marijuanaProponents of recreational Marijuana in maine have gathered enough signatures to get the measure on November 2014 ballot.

If approved, this measure would make it legal according to town law for an adult to possess and use up to 2.5 ounces of recreation marijuana. The measure is being sponsored and put on the ballot by the group Marijuana Policy Project. David Boyer, Maine’s political director for the national Marijuana Policy Project, announced on January 21, 2014, that the organization would attempt to put similar ballot measures on the ballots of three municipalities in Maine: Lewiston, South Portland and York.

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