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MJ Decriminalized in NH
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Gov. Sununu signed a bill yesterday that decriminalizes the possession of 3/4 of an ounce of marijuana or less for those over 18.  Great for my veteran friends in that state that suffer with PTSD, along with me.  It is not my route for relief but I know that it helps many.  -dc
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#2
It's been years in the coming and am a believer in legalization. Still trying for the winning lottery ticket so I can retire and move to Colorado. LoL
It works well with seizures or eliminating them I should say when my PTSD really kicks up. More of an instant relief when you feel one of those crappy panic or anxiety attacks I might get

Congrats to NH

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#3
NEW JERSEY PLEASE!!!!!
"Man is a universe within himself" Bob Marley
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#4
One of the 2 major party candidates for Governor says he will sign a law to legalize MJ. In NJ, there has medical MJ for years but there was so much red tape that less than 50 people were actually getting it. I have heard NFL players and former players interviewed and say that it is very good for pain relief. I am sure it is no worse long term than alcohol, or even tobacco for that matter. IMHO.
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#5
I would say it's way better for one's health than either alcohol or tobacco. So many different forms available now. I live in one of the original medical use states and one can even get CBD heavy mmj in a pill form now so no smoking required.
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(07-15-2017, 01:51 PM)FirePlaces Wrote: I would say it's way better for one's health than either alcohol or tobacco.  So many different forms available now.  I live in one of the original medical use states and one can even get CBD heavy mmj in a pill form now so no smoking required.

Nevada has a distribution issue because only liquor dealers can distribute legal MJ now and they are going to expand it.  Vermont is on board but they want to be certain there are safeguards against use by minors and for operating a vehicle under the influence.  With the entire west coast, NV Colorado and now Massachusetts and soon to be Vermont it's only a matter of time until the dominoes fall and most of the country adopts it.  Congress needs to respond to the will of the people, and allow responsible adult use.
Being kind to others costs nothing and enriches your life, 
never forget how you felt when someone was once cruel to you,
we all have felt unloved at one time or another we should never want another to feel that way. Smile
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#7
Ya Nevada opened their dispensaries early and I'm surprised that only liquor dealers can distribute. I'm only a few hours from the Nevada state line (Primm), but there is nothing but casinos there. I doubt they would allow mj sales inside a casino. Driving into Vegas is another 45 min. If anyone has info on this please post.
Thx MoJim
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#8
NH in the house. Guess that drive from Boston to Portland will never be the same, and I am talking in a good way. Not talking about smoking and driving, just talking about having a small amount on your person. Many people do not like to drink alcohol, and in my opinion cannabis is going to change everything, and they are not gonna like it, because it is going to make so much sense. One can’t declare war on stuff that makes sense. Maybe the use of marijuana is what we need to offset the nasty vibe that seems to take over the Internet at times. Silly beats nasty 100 out of 100 no?

(08-09-2017, 04:38 PM)MoJim Wrote: Ya Nevada opened their dispensaries early and I'm surprised that only liquor dealers can distribute.  I'm only a few hours from the Nevada state line (Primm), but there is nothing but casinos there. I doubt they would allow mj sales inside a casino. Driving into Vegas is another 45 min. If anyone has info on this please post.
Thx MoJim

Imagine everyone smoking herb in a big casino? I would think they would welcome that as they would dominate people the house that is. They should go around with the best weed instead of free drinks ha ha that would’ve made for a different book on fear and loathing in Las Vegas that is for sure.
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