Denver Launches MJ Website on Do's & Don'ts of Law
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Denver Launches MJ Website on Do's & Don'ts of Law
Posted by CN Staff on December 26, 2013 at 14:15:48 PT
By Joe Vaccarelli, YourHub Reporter
Source: Denver Post
Denver -- Have questions about marijuana? The city of Denver is hoping to have that covered after it launched an informational website Dec. 9. The site is simple in construction and serves to answer frequently asked questions such as "is it illegal to drive high?" and "is it illegal to consume marijuana in public?" The answer to both questions is yes, by the way. 
The city's marketing office put the site together after embarking on the endeavor in late October. "The goal was to provide clarity and I think the site does that," said Sarah Kurz, director of strategic marketing for Denver. Kurz said her office met with several outside groups such as Denver Public Schools, Denver Health and AAA Colorado to determine what questions should be answered on the site. She said all the groups were insistent that the information needed to be out there as soon as possible. View the site at: Article: Denver Post (CO)Author:  Joe Vaccarelli, YourHub ReporterPublished: December 26, 2013Copyright: 2013 The Denver Post Website: openforum denverpost.comCannabisNews  -- Cannabis Archives 
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Comment #11 posted by FoM on December 28, 2013 at 07:50:58 PT
The same to you!
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Comment #10 posted by afterburner on December 28, 2013 at 07:04:32 PT
Merry Anointed Gathering & Happy New Year Love
The Moody Blues: Say It With Love
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Comment #9 posted by FoM on December 28, 2013 at 05:31:12 PT
That is exactly what I mean. Thank you. That is fair.
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Comment #8 posted by keninsj on December 27, 2013 at 19:21:31 PT:
Clear of Cannabis
I believe it typically only takes 4 hours for someone to be clear of Cannabis. (in the sense of not being under the affects) so 8 should be acceptable. Plus you don't have the same affect as you would if you overdid it on alcohol
where even after 8 hours you could be out of it due to hangover.
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Comment #7 posted by FoM on December 27, 2013 at 18:17:04 PT
A Poll I Would Like To See
I would like a poll that asks should a person be allowed to consume cannabis off hours in the comfort of their home? You only need 8 hours to be clear of alcohol I think. I want the same for cannabis.
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Comment #6 posted by Sam Adams on December 27, 2013 at 16:24:30 PT
better link for poll
takes you directly there:
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Comment #5 posted by The GCW on December 27, 2013 at 16:04:11 PT
POLL:Should Colorado employers be allowed to fire employees for consuming marijuana outside of the workplace?YesNoIt depends on the job This poll is related to Colorado citizens where cannabis is legal, I think everyone knows...
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Comment #4 posted by boballen131313 on December 27, 2013 at 15:52:46 PT:
Schmeff...I love it
Your weed might not be legal,If your boss still has the right to terminate you for your use after work and on your own time. The cost of cannabis is driven by the tax man.You are stopped at the Idaho border for a "sniff test" and stripped searched each time you visit your granny.Your granny in Idaho wishes you didn't bring down the heat each time you visit from Washington.Idaho contemplates building a fence completely surrounding the "I don't know State" in a cannabis free zone!You feel uneasy driving in other "non-weed" States with Washington or Colorado license plates! Like have a target on your back!You live in Colorado, but your brother-in-law, who hates your guts, still has his DEA job!The President of the United States still holds to the federal view that the Constitution allows him to "trump" State law. 
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Comment #3 posted by schmeff on December 27, 2013 at 08:40:20 PT
Redneck "Legality"
Channeling Jeff Foxworthy:Legal might not be legal can't buy as much as you can't walk across the street from a school and buy it (like cigarettes, booze, pharmaceuticals and firearms.)...if you have to be ID'd, video-taped, retinal-scanned, fingerprinted and background-checked to purchase can't use it in public (like cigarettes, booze, pharmaceuticals and firearms.)...the taxes cost more than the can end up in jail anyway (see all of above.)Educated consumers will shop where it's friendly and convenient, as they always have. I'll still be shopping at the local Mom & Pop (Black) Market. 
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Comment #2 posted by FoM on December 26, 2013 at 19:28:17 PT
Go Alaska! ***North to AlaskaYou go north, the rush is on Big Sam left Seattle in the year of ninety-two With George Pratt, his partner and brother, Billy, too They crossed the Yukon River And found the Bonanza Gold Below that old white mountain Just a little south-east of Nome 
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Comment #1 posted by The GCW on December 26, 2013 at 17:00:54 PT
3rd place.
I forget which state I thought would come in 3rd but I'm changing it to ALASKA. They just about have enough petitions signed with time to get plenty more.-0-Alaska Marijuana Legalization Petition Passes Goal"...If the measure qualifies for the ballot, Alaska could become the next state to legalize marijuana because even if other states qualify initiatives for the November ballot, Alaskans would vote on their measure in August."Cont.
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