Discussion in 'Smokers Lounge' started by SirStynkalot, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. SirStynkalot

    SirStynkalot A Fat Sticky Bud


    That's all I have to say.
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  2. Cannagirl

    Cannagirl Preheat to 420


    Fully legal! Not even medical! I am so proud of you Colorado!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. ResinRubber

    ResinRubber Civilly disobedient/Mod

    Life as we know it just irreversibly altered.

    Hit one for the Colorado voters! :good job::bong-2: And Joe just moved! Doh!
  4. Cannagirl

    Cannagirl Preheat to 420


  5. Bigbud214

    Bigbud214 Ganja Guru Extreme

    holy shit its a miracle toking like mad
  6. Mrgreenjeans

    Mrgreenjeans Administrator

    Fantastic! MA just passed their Medical MJ law tonight too! :coolbounce:
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  7. dlr42

    dlr42 King of GrowKind

    I need to get the fuck out of Florida.

  8. Bigbud214

    Bigbud214 Ganja Guru Extreme

    gonna be a westward stampede reminiscent of the gold rush
  9. dlr42

    dlr42 King of GrowKind

    The Acapulco Gold rush.

    Sorry, can't resist a good pun.

  10. ResinRubber

    ResinRubber Civilly disobedient/Mod

    Calling it now. Weekend of March 23. A-Basin. My place is already booked.
  11. Hank Chinaski

    Hank Chinaski Ruminating

    Congrats Colorado.


    What's A-Basin?
  12. ResinRubber

    ResinRubber Civilly disobedient/Mod

    Only the best lift serviced late season powder stashes in the state.

  13. nuggnester

    nuggnester Pot & Poker Enthusiast

    Wait wait wait. I literally cannot comprehend this. Does this can now smoke a joint on the street card free like a igarette? As long as u r abive 21? So i could move there...without talking to anyone...bring my lights and legally grow what i want? Smoke what i want? Without fear of any prosecution? Can this measure be overturned?

    I think i might weep
  14. HappyHappyHighGuy

    HappyHappyHighGuy dreamer and misfit



    If passed by voters this fall, the measure would immediately allow for the possession of up to one ounce of marijuana and/or the cultivation of up to six cannabis plants by those age 21 and over. Longer-term, the measure seeks to establish regulations governing the commercial production and distribution of marijuana by licensed retailers.

    The initiative does not change existing medical cannabis laws for patients, caregivers, and medical marijuana businesses. The measure also prohibits the imposition of an excise tax on any retail sale of medical marijuana.

    By contrast, the general assembly would be required to propose "an excise tax of up to 15 percent on the wholesale sale of non-medical marijuana applied at the point of transfer from the cultivation facility to a retail store or product manufacturer." This proposed tax must be approved by a majority of voters in a statewide general election before it could be implemented.

    Non-commercial transfers of cannabis would not be subject to taxation.


    If enacted, the measure would remove state criminal and civil penalties regarding the possession of up to one ounce of marijuana by adults age 21 or over. It would not alter existing state prohibitions regarding the private cultivation of cannabis for non-medical patients.

    I-502 also seeks to enact statewide regulations allowing for the commercial production and sale of marijuana to adults in state licensed stores. The measure does not amend any existing regulations regarding the possession or cultivation of marijuana by qualified patients, who are already permitted under state law to grow up to 15 plants and possess up to 24 ounces of cannabis.

    If passed, I-502 would also impose new per se traffic safety standards for anyone over age 21 who operates a motor vehicle with detectable levels of active THC in blood above 5ng/ml. (The presence of inactive THC metabolites in blood or urine would not qualify as a violation under the proposed law.) The controversial provision would lower the legal standard necessary in Washington for a criminal DUI cannabis conviction from one that requires the state to show recency of marijuana use and a positive relationship between that use and behavioral impairment to one that merely requires prosecutors to prove that a defendant operated a motor vehicle with trace levels of THC in his or her blood. I-502 will not lower the probable cause requirements that must presently be met before the state can legally demand a suspect's blood.
  15. Stash2.0

    Stash2.0 Harvested Fat Sticky Bud

    What a day...i am out of state right now having meetings with guys can only imagine whats going on right now...fucking nutty brosephs....Get your resumes ready if your coming to colorado...
  16. nippie

    nippie preachin' and pimpin'

    Congrats CO, I guess I'm packing my bags soon
  17. Lvstickybud

    Lvstickybud Bongmaster

    "Rocky Mountain High" Great job Colorado!! And maybe I'll move back to Ma. Oh shit, wait a minute. Warren over Brown. Screw that, I think I'll stay put. For now.
  18. Bigbud214

    Bigbud214 Ganja Guru Extreme

    oh man i wish i could move to CO
  19. ResinRubber

    ResinRubber Civilly disobedient/Mod

    Colorado gonna be RICH! Resorts, mountains, tourism already in place. Amsterdam gonna look like a little city in Europe after the big buck tourism guys in Colorado take over. Almost unimaginable.
  20. ShadowWarrior

    ShadowWarrior In The Spirit Realm

    Amen brother!! My wife told me first thing this AM.:redbong:

    The feds are shitting their pants.

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