DEA Data Show Kentucky Has Highest Rate of Illicit Marijuana Plants in US

Monday, Nov. 11, 2019 | Author: ProCon.orgKentucky, where both recreational and medical marijuana are illegal, grows more illicit marijuana plants per 100,000 people than any other state, according to DEA data analyzed by American Addiction Centers. In 2018, the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) eradicated 418,076 cannabis plants in Kentucky, about 9,356 plants per 100,000 …

MICHIGAN’S VETERAN’S Medical Cannabis Patients Need help!

ATTENTION: Veteran Medical Cannabis Patients Need help paying for your medical cannabis needs? Veterans for Medical Cannabis Access (VMCA) is working on that! Help us convince the Michigan Legislature to help Veterans afford their medical cannabis needs! Come help us! For more information contact: [email protected] or call 517-224-9037 MSgt. Thomas Vance USAF Ret. Senior Adviser VMCASOURCE …

Continuing corruption abounds in the saga of Phoenix Tears and the legalization of Cannabis in Canada…

Continuing corruption abounds in the saga of Phoenix Tears and the legalization of Cannabis in Canada.Corruption is rampant in the U.S. and every other Country on a continuing basis as we seek to regain human rights and freedoms for all people.  Particularly Cannabis and Plant rights.The story focused on in this article is the one …

DEA Announces Steps Necessary to Improve Access to Marijuana Research

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMonday, August 26, 2019DEA Announces Steps Necessary to Improve Access to Marijuana Research The Drug Enforcement Administration today announced that it is moving forward to facilitate and expand scientific and medical research for marijuana in the United States. The DEA is providing notice of pending applications from entities applying to be registered to …

2013-2019 Kentucky Marijuana Bills

THE TIMELINE OF KENTUCKY MARIJUANA BILLS 2013-20192019HCR121(BR-1186)Tuesday, February 19, 2019 - introduced in House Moser , Kimberly Poore A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION establishing the Medicinal Marijuana Task Force.https://apps.legislature.ky.gov/record/19RS/hcr121.htmlSB 80(BR-836) Tuesday, January 8, 2019 - introduced in Senate Sen. Dan Seum [R]Sen. Perry Clark [D]AN ACT relating to the regulation of cannabis and making an appropriation therefor.  …

"There’s not a chance that I would sign a legalization of recreational marijuana," he said.

Actively, since 2012, the State of Kentucky has had various Cannabis Bills in the Legislature.  Before that we had Gatewood Galbraith in all of his glory, who tried, unsuccessfully through a number of elections to help turn this State around.  Unfortunately most of the people who would have voted for him didn’t have voting rights …

Kentucky Veterans Need Your Help!

Are you a Veteran living in Kentucky who supports medicinal marijuana? WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!We're asking that you attend the January 16th Veterans Executive Council (JECVO) Meeting. JECVO is an organization that represents 24 different Veterans groups. Above:  JECVO PAO Dave Jarrett, State Senator Dan Seum, KDVA Commissioner Benjamin Adams, JECVO Chairman Denzil Lile, and …

Kentucky Will March To The Capital, Once Again…

Rainbow Farm was located in Vandalia, Michigan & was a cannabis friendly community. They had great concerts & speakers. The government came in later & killed the owners & stole the farm from the legal birth right of the son, Robert, 1 week before 9-11 (September 3rd & 4th,2001). Tom Crosslin & Rollie Rolhm were …

Schumer to introduce bill to decriminalize marijuana

By Sophie Tatum and Veronica Stracqualursi, CNNWashington (CNN)   Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer plans to propose legislation decriminalizing marijuana on a federal level.While Schumer, who was elected to the Senate two decades ago, has been supportive of medicinal marijuana, he has now "evolved" his thinking on recreational marijuana."The time has come to decriminalize marijuana," the …

Martellus Bennett: ‘About 89%’ of NFL players use marijuana

A.J. Perez, USA TODAY Sports Published 7:13 p.m. ET April 11, 2018Estimates on the percentage of NFL players who use marijuana have been made, but recently retired tight end Martellus Bennett pinned the number pretty high. “I want to say about 89%,” Bennett said on a Bleacher Report podcast hosted by Chris Simms and Adam …

(fl) Judge: Joe Redner can legally grow his own marijuana

Justine GriffinPublished: April 11, 2018A court ruled Wednesday that Tampa strip club owner Joe Redner can grow his own marijuana for medical purposes, a decision that lawyers say could lead to a wave of similar cases.The ruling by Leon County Circuit Judge Karen Gievers applies only to Redner, 77. The Florida Department of Health responded …

“…Either you want your freedoms restored, or you don’t.”

Kevin JamesYesterday at 10:59am · I want to thank the non informed for the Cannabis Act... you're insistence that legal is best is the gift earned.I spoke for years about repeal vs legal...-- now I'm done & another wayseer abandons the masses due to tirednessEither you want your freedoms restored, or you don't. Most people …

(HB 166) Medical Cannabis Revenue Now Directed Towards Pensions

Medical Cannabis Revenue Now Directed Towards PensionsMedical Cannabis As New Source of Revenue for KY & Pensions?Since the 2nd week of #KYGA18 HB166 has been the most viewed & monitored bill in Frankfort. The people want and need medical cannabis.So why is HB166 not moving forward even with having been granted 3 committee hearings, and …

Israeli medical marijuana firms may flee if export ban persists

By Shoshanna SolomonExperts says country could lose out on becoming world leader in sector worth over $1 billion, ready to share know-how with foreign partners, if restrictive policies remain in place.Israel’s medical marijuana industry stands to lose out on substantial financial gains if an export ban ordered by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continues, industry experts …

Is home delivery for medical marijuana coming to Kentucky?

Lisa Bernard-Kuhn  8:00 AM, Mar 16, 2018CINCINNATI - As Ohio's medical marijuana program begins to take shape, Kentucky lawmakers are crafting their own plans legalize the drug in the Bluegrass state.A bill introduced earlier this year would allow Kentuckians with certain medical conditions who receive a medical order from a doctor to legally use the …