Win Win: Tax Marijuana and Reduce the Federal Deficit

To read the article and sign the petition click below: Legalizing marijuana can have a significant impact on the growing federal deficit. If regulated and taxed, the government will make a significant amount of money. Taking into consideration the jobs it would create, the significantly reduced time and money spent in the legal system and the medical benefits, there are many reasons it should be considered. After all, with today’s national deficit, every idea should be considered and explored. Video Rating: 4 / 5

San Jose Medical Marijuana Doctor 420 Cannabis Evaluations Clinic Decries Recent Federal Actions Against Medical Cannabis Providers

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) November 03, 2011 Recent federal actions against California medical marijuana clubs have put the future of the state?s medical cannabis dispensaries into question. 420 Cannabis Evaluations Clinic, a San Jose medical cannabis doctor?s office, says the Justice Department?s actions threaten to take away patient access to regulated medicine, turning thousands of cancer patients and other seriously ill Californians to the street to find relief. The San Jose medical marijuana doctor?s office asks compassionate individuals concerned with safe access to make their voices heard by calling the White House Comments Line, (202) 456-1111. Earlier this month, Deputy Attorney General James Cole and four US Attorneys convened a press conference to announce their intention to systematically shut down many California medical marijuana clubs. Their actions have been loudly condemned throughout the state, including by California Attorney General Kamala Harris and numerous elected officials. In a letter

Recent Federal Government Actions on Marijuana Go Against Public Opinion, Notes GMSHC

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 03, 2011 California?s medical marijuana industry has been making headlines recently, with reports of various federal actions aimed at closing medical cannabis clubs, including the ATF denying patients the right to own a gun, the IRS charging millions in back taxes to dispensaries, and several US District Attorneys announcing a campaign to close marijuana clubs. These actions, aimed at enforcing federal law, are in direct contrast with the tide of public opinion, says God Med Synergistic Herbal Corp (GMSHC), pointing out that more than 50% of Americans now support marijuana legalization. ?The Obama Justice Department and other agencies may posture about how they?re defending federal law, but they?re ignoring the elephant in the room: federal law is wrong on this issue, and a majority of the country wants it changed,? says Steve Casebeer, a longtime marijuana activist and founder of GMSHC. The marijuana

Wake & Bake With Nattie G: New Federal Medical Marijuana Dispensary

Yea it’s a change in the game as far as pot clubs. I bet your gonna love this right here

Federal Crackdown on Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

Local and federal authorities have both been cracking down on San Diego medical marijuana dispensaries in recent weeks. KPBS Metro Reporter Katie Orr looks at what impact the federal action is likely to have. Video Rating: 0 / 5