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A look at the key marijuana legalization votes in 2014

A look at the key marijuana legalization votes in 2014

by TIME @TIME SEPTEMBER 30, 2014, 10:39 AM ED

Referendums across the country set the stage for an even bigger fight in 2016.

This post is in partnership with Time. The article below was originally published at Time.com

By Katy Steinmetz, TIME (TIME)–Election Day this year will be big on pot. The battle over legalizing recreational marijuana in California—the big enchilada that may tilt legalization not only in the U.S. but other countries—is already being set for 2016. But while many reformers’ eyes are focused on the next presidential election, this year’s votes on marijuana initiatives have the power to shape that fight.

via A look at the key marijuana legalization votes in 2014.

San Diego Community News Group – Pot shop controversy continues to incubate in Pacific Beach and across city

San Diego Community News Group – Pot shop controversy continues to incubate in Pacific Beach and across city
DAVE SCHWAB

20 days ago

PLANNERS REJECT DISPENSARYS APPLICATION FOR LEGAL SITE NORTH OF GARNET AVENUE

Amid a drive to close numerous unlicensed medical marijuana dispensaries in town, Pacific Beach planners gave a thumbs down to a proposal for a new, licensed cooperative just west of Interstate 5, north of Garnet Avenue.

The Nobels agreed to issue eviction notices and unlawful detainer actions to the dispensaries currently operating at their properties at: 2603 University Ave., 936 Garnet Ave., 1150 Garnet Ave., 2015 Garnet Ave., 5560 La Jolla Blvd. and 841 Turquoise St. The dispensaries have not vacated at these locations and are litigating the unlawful detainer actions, and the City Attorney is continuing with enforcement action in these cases.

 via San Diego Community News Group - Pot shop controversy continues to incubate in Pacific Beach and across city.

HFN editor's note: the Nobels make millions yearly from the holy herb cannabis while actual herb lovers making subsistence level incomes lose everything to the police state, often including their lives and dignity.

When You Have Big Tits, People Treat You Differently | E! Online

When You Have Big Tits, People Treat You Differently | E! Online


 

Who knew Jane Fonda was such an exhibitionist.
Fonda says she got a little naughty with the fake boobs she had to wear for This Is Where I Leave You (in theaters on Friday). "I thoroughly enjoyed it," she told me last night at the movie's premiere in Hollywood. "When you have big tits, people treat you differently.
"On the way to work, I'd cross the street and kind of, you know," Fonda said as she motioned with her hands like she was opening up a trench coat. "You feel like you got clothes on although it looks like you're naked. So it was fun…

Jane Fonda Is a Flasher! When You Have Big Tits, People Treat You Differently | E! Online.


Pot shops pop up in 2014 | San Diego Reader

By Sept. 19, 2014

A new report from the City of San Diego’s Code Enforcement Division shows that officers are closing down medical marijuana dispensaries by the bushel.From 2013 to 2014, the enforcement unit and city attorneys office have closed 76 unpermitted pot shops. According to the report, the city has identified 44 dispensaries currently operating without permits. Approximately 24 are located in council districts 2 and 3, which include North Park, downtown, Ocean Beach, Pacific Beach, and Point Loma.

via Pot shops pop up in 2014 | San Diego Reader.

yeah so I wrote the author again just now.... formally submitted online. I hope they print it, herb lovers!

sup with herb in San Diego, really?  this article is dry, if you will. Juice it up with facts, ok? Please get in your car and drive over to five or ten of these shops with your iPhone handy bro. I will take you if you wish. Its called reporting. I know you can do it, come on, please?  om peace aMen

Dale at the HFN sandiegoherb.com

Maple Leaf Initiates U.S. Medical Marijuana Operation

Maple Leaf Initiates U.S. Medical Marijuana Operation
Fri, 09/12/2014 - 5:28pm

The Associated Press

Maple Leaf Green World announced that they have engaged Mr. Brian Patterson, Marc Montoya, and Dillon Patterson to develop a medical Marijuana growing operation plan in California, U.S.A., as part of the companys business strategy.

via Maple Leaf Initiates U.S. Medical Marijuana Operation.

DEA arrests nine in hash oil crackdown – KUSI News – San Diego, CA

Posted: Sep 17, 2014 4:16 PM PDTUpdated: Sep 17, 2014 4:16 PM PDT

Investigators seized large quantities of hash oil -- also known on the street as "dabs," "earwax" and "shatter" -- along with more than $25,000 in cash and an assault rifle, officials said.

Extracting hash oil from marijuana is dangerous due to the use of butane, which is highly flammable, according to federal authorities.

via DEA arrests nine in hash oil crackdown - KUSI News - San Diego, CA.

dab related:

…DIEGO (CNS) - A fire blamed on a hash oil -producing operation damaged two ……immediately reported in connection with the hash oil extraction operation, which apparently ……Arson Strike Team was underway. Hash oil is a concentrated liquid derived …

Last Modified: Mar 10, 2014 7:49 AM PDT

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No Props for Tourism | San Diego Reader

No Props for Tourism | San Diego Reader

By Sept. 7, 2006

According to Slick, "San Diego look[s] real pretty, on the outside. But where Im from, San Diego is really on some Blood and Crip sh--. Its really got this sh-- going on. I dont glorify it; I put it to the forefront because we really get done bad in San Diego. I want you to be aware of whats going on because I know my folks down there are struggling. We dont have a lot of opportunities being Black people. [The city is] dominated by business and the tourism type of sh--, and you dont hear a lot of sh-- going down in San Diego cause they dont want it to distract the money flow down there. But were nowhere near that."

via No Props for Tourism | San Diego Reader.