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California Marijuana Laws - Time to Spread the Word

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California Marijuana Laws - Time to Spread the Word

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Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: July 27, 2008 02:42AM

Compare those to Missouri Laws....

Sale or Cultivation - 100kg or more - 10yrs to Life (No Chance for Parole or Probation)


Hypocritical criminal Politicians..... Ashcroft probably helped with those laws, except for his nephew!


Time to open up some Medical Marijuana Stores!
ORLANDO399 Report This Comment
Date: July 27, 2008 06:12PM

28.5 grams or less...a 100 fine?....geez...here in florida we would be looking at five yrs fer that.
Placelowerplace Report This Comment
Date: July 27, 2008 06:42PM

28.5 is the generous side of an OZ. Guess they are graceful enought to not bust you for the weight of the baggie.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: July 28, 2008 04:28AM

Pick your State......

[norml.org]
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: July 28, 2008 04:37AM

Damn! Mrkim/fossil...... Texas

Possesion
2 oz or less* - class B misdemeanor - 180 days (that's a maximum, most will do 0)

* With no prior felony convictions, if convicted of possession of less than one pound of marijuana a judge must impose a sentence of probation with mandatory drug treatment. If no treatment center exists within the jurisdiction, the judge may waive the treatment requirement. They judge can also waive all fines.

Sale
1/4 oz to 5 lbs state jail felony 180 days - 2 years


Are there any medical marijuana shops in Texas? YET?!
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: July 29, 2008 04:31PM

You ought to check the laws in Singapur, very effective.....drinking
smiley
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: July 29, 2008 09:29PM

I'd move out of the country....

7/27/07

Beginning August 1, marijuana and cocaine users caught in Singapore will face mandatory treatment at Drug Rehabilitation Centers, the Central Narcotics Bureau announced Wednesday. That means cocaine snorters and pot smokers will be given the same shot at "rehabilitation" as other drug users in the Southeast Asian city-state. Previously, marijuana and cocaine users were not eligible for treatment and faced stiff prison sentences.

But they better get it right the first time. People who undergo treatment and relapse and get arrested again will face a mandatory minimum five-year prison sentence and three strokes of the cane. Third offenders are looking at seven years and six strokes of the cane.

People who undergo "rehabilitation" and suffer relapses face a mandatory minimum seven-year prison sentence, as well as between six and 12 strokes of the cane.

Singapore has some of the world's toughest drug trafficking laws, and its Misuse of Drugs Act includes the death penalty for some drug offenses, including the trafficking of more than 660 grams (slightly more than one pound) of marijuana. Now, it will also have some of the world's harshest marijuana law enforcement directed at users.