9gag:

Medical Marijuana
iheartchaos:

Snoop Dogg portrait made out of marijuana
Artist Jason Mecier has used candy, food, pills and the actual garbage of actual celebrities to construct celebrity portraits. This new Snoop Dogg portrait is made of marijuana joints, marijuana leaves and stems, and what looks to be hashish.
Jason says the value of the piece is $1500, but is it actually legal to buy?
Via

iheartchaos:

Snoop Dogg portrait made out of marijuana

Artist Jason Mecier has used candy, food, pills and the actual garbage of actual celebrities to construct celebrity portraits. This new Snoop Dogg portrait is made of marijuana joints, marijuana leaves and stems, and what looks to be hashish.

Jason says the value of the piece is $1500, but is it actually legal to buy?

Via

All Your Weed Are Belong to Us?

futurejournalismproject:

Last week the US Justice Department announced a crackdown on medical marijuana dispensaries in California, arguing that federal law trumps state law with regard to controlled substances.

This week, a California US attorney is upping the ante, saying that she will prosecute any newspaper, radio or television station that advertises medical marijuana dispensaries. 

Via California Watch:

U.S. Attorney Laura E. Duffy, whose district includes Imperial and San Diego counties, said marijuana advertising is the next area she’s “going to be moving onto as part of the enforcement efforts in Southern California.” Duffy said she could not speak for the three other U.S. attorneys covering the state but noted their efforts have been coordinated so far.

“I’m not just seeing print advertising,” Duffy said in an interview with California Watch and KQED. “I’m actually hearing radio and seeing TV advertising. It’s gone mainstream. Not only is it inappropriate – one has to wonder what kind of message we’re sending to our children – it’s against the law.”

Federal law prohibits people from placing ads for illegal drugs, including marijuana, in “any newspaper, magazine, handbill or other publication.” The law could conceivably extend to online ads; the U.S. Department of Justice recently extracted a $500 million settlement from Google for selling illegal ads linking to online Canadian pharmacies.

Duffy said her effort against TV, radio or print outlets would first include “going after these folks with … notification that they are in violation of federal law.” She noted that she also has the power to seize property or prosecute in civil and criminal court.

Marijuana dispensary ads currently appear in a wide range of alternative publications, as well as mainstream ones such as the McClatchy-owned Sacramento Bee.

Nothing like First Amendment meeting Drug War meeting States Rights meeting Federal Authority to start the day.

(Source: futurejournalismproject)

sadstuffonthestreet:

Medical marijuana pill bottle; legally purchased, illegally littered.
found in Venice, CA by Alex

sadstuffonthestreet:

Medical marijuana pill bottle; legally purchased, illegally littered.

found in Venice, CA by Alex

laughingsquid:

Marijuana on The Big Picture
thelifted:

The Lifted Life Pack 2 Buttons are finally here, not available for purchase just yet but we do have them.
This picture features Pack 2 and Doobie bracelets by hazystate
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thelifted:

The Lifted Life Pack 2 Buttons are finally here, not available for purchase just yet but we do have them.

This picture features Pack 2 and Doobie bracelets by hazystate

Follow them, follow us, tell a friend and stay lifted!

(via thelifted)

SJC ruling: Marijuana odor not enough for police to order person from a car

The highest court in Massachusetts has ruled that the odor of burnt marijuana is not enough for police to suspect criminal activity and order a person to get out of a car under a state law that decriminalizes possession of small amounts of marijuana.

The ruling from the Supreme Judicial Court Tuesday referred to a 2008 ballot question in which voters agreed to make possession of one ounce or less of marijuana a civil rather than a criminal violation.

The court found that voters made it clear they wanted people charged with possession of small amounts of marijuana treated differently than those charged with serious drug crimes.

(Source: 4-20, via poortaste)

budsandtoys:

Marijuana Lego
Photo by: audiohungry

budsandtoys:

Marijuana Lego

Photo by: audiohungry

(Source: budsandtoys)

collegehumor:

Honest Anti-Marijuana PSAs