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Comment Archives: stories: News & Opinion: Medical MJ

Re: “Smoke Screening

I read this several times there is so many things wrong with this the testing for all edible products is a right way to go. However the guy selling infused taco sauce which many have hawked me on how do you dose with taco sauce total BS. I as patient paying for this or the cannagar 1 ounce of highly infuse THC wrapped in leaves then lite on fire yea a healthy smoke! blow it up somebody elses patuti.

This has organized crime written all over it another process of "TBD" by a director and all the fish to the chum.
Give retired police, master' of education that give us what we call education today, Fire and rescue to get paid for what they are already paid for then all is paid for.

Then clear to business anyway you want. Get them hooked raise the price control access to production abilities prosecute all that dont comply. Might as well be run by a corporate of Chinese control and market this is their style let you take as little as we have the whole

We dont need a solution to a problem that is never there. In California the problem with rolling out legalization and product control was producers.
Producers brought samples found to be contaminated so the producers sold it on the black market and gave it to employees for work compensation and so forth.
So the powers that be used this as an example for this travesty and fleecing.
Never has Arizona's underground market matched a single digit of California's marijuana production or market a false narrative with Arizona fake news and truth.

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Posted by Carpet Baggers on 06/20/2019 at 12:40 PM

Re: “Smoke Screening

Then their is the person that does not use pesticides does not grow in an artificial environment of soil or washing nutrients over roots in a hydro environment. This is where mold pesticides VOC bred and multiply.

This is what this new legislation protects at the detriment of affordability to the patient.

All of this new rules and administration is prop 205 in the back door and still no relief on the criminality of use and posession.

The 2 year rule on license is per and simple chump change of the chump stoner. And this is hat Friese and Handly negotiated this is what they think of us huh. I print the form from ADHS/mmj when I see my doctor 3 months I have my doctor fill it out sent it myself. cost is $150.00 last 3 years running I do this for my SNAP friends as well as others Then again we are using it as therapy not social political identity. like any government program is made to profit and then then cracks appear.

This does nothing for the dispensary, What it does is makes all Arizona patients responsible for all product.

EVEN THE PRODUCT SOLD OUT OF STATE az PATIENTS PAYS FOR THE THE CROP INSURANCE THIS BLOWS MY MIND WHAT A F--KING FLEECING
Set's up a product BUY back for bad product like the USDA runs it's department of agriculture this is unbelievable.

I PROPOSE A 500% PRODUCT TARIFF ON ANY PRODUCT SOLD OUT OF STATE TO PAY FOR THIS. WHATS LEFT GOES TO EDUCATION.

better yet legalize in 2020 put this monster out in a barren pasture covered with the cleaning of the barn

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Posted by Carpet Baggers on 06/20/2019 at 11:13 AM

Re: “MMJ: Good Tidings

Remediation cost covered for growing contaminated product REALLY !

This sounds like the De Bears box that controls the worlds diamond market and supply.

System failure spray with contaminate, boom cost recovered. This is an insurance policy for not following rules and incompetence. No time cap if you on get it right in 3 grows you should not grow not get paid for failure.

I want to manage that slush fund. With outsourced managed too we can cover other states product cost and control. Hot Diggitty thats a GONGA folks!

Does that come with a Tuesday special? As long as the growers gets paid. Owners from other States recoup their investment on urban market control.

Twist one up for Nick, he has some good stuff here have you tripping far from thought.

There is outside out of state monies here wanting our ability to supply the rest of the country by geological location and automation.

Cochise County has several going and up starts in production. This would make the area for investment. The cost here is too high.

Republicans live and rely on legislatures incompetence and divisive rhetoric. This forces by law government action so it is outsourced to those in a position of management control.

The target to point at as you pay them. A junkies logic for seed stock guaranteed supply.

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Posted by George Orwell on 05/16/2019 at 10:23 AM

Re: “MMJ: Troubling Truths

What is the precursor to schizophrenia research?

Posted by Echo Charlie on 05/05/2019 at 5:33 PM

Re: “MMJ: Troubling Truths

Can you imagine how many criminal cases will be appealed if Marijuana is passed recreational?

I dont know the figure and sure it is not kept either. On how many criminal cases are enhanced with marijuana violations added. Simple posession can include other felony charges papers pipe vape pen etc.

The real shame is the state unwilling to protect it citizens from frivolous and aberrant prosecution. Yavapai County is extremely minority in population 228,000, 92% white. We have .032% of the population running the basic criminal code structure of the state.


A man has been sitting in prison at the populace expense. A man has lost 2 years of his life and a felony on his record tarnished for life because of 20 miles different in county lines.

To prosecute incarcerate defend this case I would guess is over a million now. Ducey is calling criminal and prison reform, while at the same time wanting some from other counties to get prosecuted. seems a bit Jim Crowish to me.

Posted by Carpet Baggers on 05/02/2019 at 4:08 PM

Re: “MMJ: Troubling Truths

PERVASIVE INSTITUTIONALIZED NEGATIVE BIAS AGAINST ALL FORMS OF CANNABIS USE

NOTE;
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(Schedule I substances are described as those that have the following findings:

The drug or other substance has a high potential for abuse.
The drug or other substance has no currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States.
There is a lack of accepted safety for use of the drug or other substance under medical supervision.[37]

No prescriptions may be written for Schedule I substances, and such substances are subject to production quotas which the DEA imposes.))(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Controlled_Substances_Act#Schedule_I_controlled_substances)

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The acceptance of the false information that cannabis is detrimental to human health was institutionalized into society many decades ago and unfortunately it takes even longer to unlearn bad information than it does to learn valid information.

Cannabinoids have been ignored as potent medicines due to the pharmaceutical industrys failure to successfully isolate and synthesize any beneficial individual cannabinoid compounds; They have ignored the synergy and entourage effects of the complex of over 100 Cannabinoids and 100s of terpenes in the Cannabis plant due to the industry wide fixation on the current 'Isolate, target, Patent for Profit', system of pharmaceutical research.

There is a Pervasive, Institutionalized, Negative Bias against all forms of Cannabis Use that has existed for almost a century and is still rampant in virtually all institutions that form the structure of our society and those who populate those agencies are institutionalized to think ideologically and only in terms of addiction and harm reduction, crime and punishment, and Patent and Profit, ever since the erroneous designation of Cannabis as a Schedule 1 Drug in the USA back in 1974. In the case of Cannabis they are completely ignoring the abundance of positive heath benefits that the various forms of Whole Plant Cannabinoid Therapy could provide a multitude of individuals, all because it conflicts with established ideological mentality, and/or, it does not fit the current patent and profit mandate of pharmaceutical research and production, and marketing.

Our Medical Institutions, and the professionals within them that make up part of our society, have been either complicit, or at the very least, had blind faith in the claims of the Pharmaceutical industry while simultaneously ignoring the abundance of scientific studies, and evidence, indicating Cannabinoids have multiple health care applications from treating depression, to curing Cancer (Cannabinoids kill cancer cells via apoptosis and anti-angiogenesis. Know since 1974), to preventing and treating Alzheimers.

Our institutions ignore the positives of medicinal cannabis and continue to perpetuate the same false narrative that Cannabis is inherently dangerous with essentially no valid foundation in scientific reality; I believe this occurs due to Institutionalized bias and for our national institutions to acknowledge the factual reality of the benefits of Cannabinoid Therapy would require all of our medical professions to admit that Cannabis works as a treatment for many Human Ailments; They would also have to admit they do not know how it works AND that, as a civilized developed society, we should have been studying Cannabinoids for at least 5 decades, if not more, and that not only our medical profession, but society as a whole, has completely failed on the issue of cannabis and Public Health.


Until our Governments, Our Public Institutions, Our Medical professionals and the institutions they represent, Our Law Enforcement Agencies, and society in general, abandon the decades of misinformation and misunderstanding on how the phytocannabinoids in the cannabis plant interact with the Human Endocannabinoid System, we will continue to spend more resources on unnecessary legislation and continued delays instead of implementing proper legislation providing access to the vast medicinal potential of this very safe and effective medicinal plant and health supplement.

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Posted by James Tripp on 05/02/2019 at 4:04 AM

Re: “MMJ: Criminal Conduct

Why arent they prosecuting the pot shops for selling it?!

Posted by Raquel Baranow on 04/27/2019 at 1:08 PM

Re: “The Tucson Weekly Cannabis Bowl 2019

Damn SAINTS isn't on the list not once. Downtown and D2 are extremely lower grade then SAINTS in every aspect. But the trick is you have to be on there text specials to get the best deals. Downtown has ripped me off on one of there "deals" for 2 grams of wax because some where gram packages and others where half so i assumed they had it right. And i tryed to come right back a min after i left the store. And the manager who assisted the girl in ripping me off to give me a "deal" sat me down to calmly tell me that im burnt on 2 grams they shorted me so instead of 6 i got 4 so pay close attention

Posted by Ethan Burchard on 04/27/2019 at 9:09 AM

Re: “MMJ: Criminal Conduct

Issue is due to Firearms, and cannabis. Federally controlled substance, and guns. That sounds real intelligent.

Posted by Michael Hart on 04/25/2019 at 4:16 PM

Re: “Sample Bag

I know the terms are scientifically problematic, but I wish there were more Indica (relaxing) edibles on the market.

Posted by Cordwainer Byrd on 04/23/2019 at 6:30 PM

Re: “The Tucson Weekly Cannabis Bowl 2019

I love yall,Awesome people.

Posted by Heavee Bee on 04/19/2019 at 8:49 AM

Re: “Cooking with Cannabis

Mama Jane love her and all of her goodies!! We love you Mom!! Jay and Jessica

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Posted by Jessica Marie 1 on 04/18/2019 at 6:22 PM

Re: “MMJ: Mounting Monetary Policy

Several cottage business starting up. limited employee credit unions for taking deposits. Small pseudo non FDIC ins armored car companies like in SF pickup product from distributor. Distributor puts in only the designated dispensary product into a sectional vault. The dispensary then take deposit to credit union in same sectional vault.

Posted by Carpet Baggers on 04/15/2019 at 6:25 PM

Re: “MMJ: Mounting Monetary Policy

Yeah, huge incentive for armed robbery, Google dispensary robbery or murder.

Doesnt seem to be much info on crime at dispensaries, wonder if its any more common than beer runs at convince stores?

The million dollar pot shop soon to open up at Park & Lee has a dozen cameras outside. No doubt they will have an armed guard too!

Posted by Raquel Baranow on 04/14/2019 at 3:28 PM

Re: “Green Rush Reckoning

so, you mean the users are too stoned to buy more pot?

Posted by Allan Meyers on 04/13/2019 at 11:16 AM

Re: “Leading Legislation

https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/437434-new-mexico-to-decriminalize-marijuana

Posted by Carpet Baggers on 04/04/2019 at 8:40 PM

Re: “MMJ: Courts and Campaigns

What will happen is the old hammer and nail analogy. A superlative quasi governmental board will come along and promise to be for all, cure all everything marijuana.

What they will require is a exclusive governmental body to negotiate set pricing, set producing, set dispensary. For this we need the hammer for the special police and court then board will point out the nails. Same old profiteers just a different sign.

Posted by Carpet Baggers on 03/28/2019 at 7:29 PM

Re: “MMJ: Courts and Campaigns

Im going to vote NO and make sure to get my $0.02 into the publicity pamphlet because of the dispensary mafia: leaf should be taxed and sold like cigarettes and alcohol.

A grower told me she sells weed for $2-$3 per gram and the dispensaries sell it for $10-$15 per gram. She said she hardly breaks even!

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Posted by Raquel Baranow on 03/28/2019 at 5:06 PM

Re: “MMJ: Marijuana in Motion

The dispensary mafia has to go, let Circle K sell it like cigarettes!

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Posted by Raquel Baranow on 03/22/2019 at 9:04 PM

Re: “MMJ: Marijuana in Motion

I voted against prop 205 because it rewrote the whole of the state constitution.

We dont needed regulatory department with constitutional authority to rewrite misdemeanor criminal laws to civil offences. Protect business interests of a restricted market and supply

Just think the case above with State v. Jones with civil case filings at the "Marijuana Administrative Court" Fees and fines could be applied like the DMV. And after Polk was done roasting it' citizen on criminal charges

All one has to do is look at how prop 64 rolled out in California. The Same model of administration as prop 205 it is a failure to the extreme.
This kind of regulation keeps prices high criminal organizations in cash flow. While maintaining enforcement courts and incarcerations be careful of what props are being floated.
This sure as night follows day it wont shine well on the user/consumer, A windfall well for government administration business

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Posted by Carpet Baggers on 03/21/2019 at 3:27 PM

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