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  • Just sayin 🤷🏼‍♀️💭
  • Just sayin 🤷🏼‍♀️💭
  • 476 59 5 April, 2019
  • 💨4/20 today only💨
We proudly introduce Utah’s FIRST CBD infused cocktail👩🏼‍🔬: named The Devils Lettuce 😈🥬
1 oz Bombay Sapphire
1 oz Lilley, 
1/4 Green Chartreuse
1/4 luxardo. 🍒 
3/4 lemon, 🍋 
1 oz simple. 🍯 
Dash of mint bitters. 🌿 
CBD Oil👩🏽‍🔬 .
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At 4:20pm-7pm 🎥
We will be playing the 1936 notorious propaganda film Reefer Madness 💨🥦🙀 .
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👩🏼‍🎓Prohibition History: In the early 1930s is was becoming clear that Prohibition was failing and would soon be repealed. Straight-laced bureaucrats looking for another target turned their attention to marijuana, which at the time was mostly being used in the Mexican🇲🇽 and black jazz communities🎺 . They painted the drug and the communities using it as a threat to the country and began the process of banning it. 29 states had outlawed marijuana by 1931, the nail in the coffin ⚰️ finally came in 1936 with the notorious propaganda film 🎞 Reefer Madness 🥦🙀 which featured teens engaging in manslaughter, sexual misconduct, hallucinations and descent into madness due to marijuana, parents around the country went into hysteria and in 1937 the Marijuana Tax Act was passed, essentially making the plant illegal in the U.S.
Since then, lawmakers have been doing a do-si-do with the drug finally those laws and efforts to finally end Marijuana Prohibition are starting to sweep across the nation. Today 9 states have legalized marijuana (29 allowing medical marijuana including Utah) but, as far as the federal government is concerned it’s still the “Devils Lettuce” 😈🥬
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#devilslettuce #marijuana #norml #slcnightlife #cocktails #cocktailporn #prohibitionutah #prohibition #marijuanaprohibition #slccocktails #slmagazine #cityweekly @fox13now @kutv2news @big_budah @slcweekly @slmag @devourutah
  • 💨4/20 today only💨
    We proudly introduce Utah’s FIRST CBD infused cocktail👩🏼‍🔬: named The Devils Lettuce 😈🥬
    1 oz Bombay Sapphire
    1 oz Lilley,
    1/4 Green Chartreuse
    1/4 luxardo. 🍒
    3/4 lemon, 🍋
    1 oz simple. 🍯
    Dash of mint bitters. 🌿
    CBD Oil👩🏽‍🔬 .
    .
    At 4:20pm-7pm 🎥
    We will be playing the 1936 notorious propaganda film Reefer Madness 💨🥦🙀 .
    .
    .
    .
    👩🏼‍🎓Prohibition History: In the early 1930s is was becoming clear that Prohibition was failing and would soon be repealed. Straight-laced bureaucrats looking for another target turned their attention to marijuana, which at the time was mostly being used in the Mexican🇲🇽 and black jazz communities🎺 . They painted the drug and the communities using it as a threat to the country and began the process of banning it. 29 states had outlawed marijuana by 1931, the nail in the coffin ⚰️ finally came in 1936 with the notorious propaganda film 🎞 Reefer Madness 🥦🙀 which featured teens engaging in manslaughter, sexual misconduct, hallucinations and descent into madness due to marijuana, parents around the country went into hysteria and in 1937 the Marijuana Tax Act was passed, essentially making the plant illegal in the U.S.
    Since then, lawmakers have been doing a do-si-do with the drug finally those laws and efforts to finally end Marijuana Prohibition are starting to sweep across the nation. Today 9 states have legalized marijuana (29 allowing medical marijuana including Utah) but, as far as the federal government is concerned it’s still the “Devils Lettuce” 😈🥬
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    #devilslettuce #marijuana #norml #slcnightlife #cocktails #cocktailporn #prohibitionutah #prohibition #marijuanaprohibition #slccocktails #slmagazine #cityweekly @fox13now @kutv2news @big_budah @slcweekly @slmag @devourutah
  • 281 16 20 April, 2019
  • 💨This Saturday only 4/20💨
Prohibition will be serving up Utah’s First Cannabis Infused Cocktail 🍸🥦🙀
Named: The Devils Lettuce 😈🥬 CBD👩🏽‍🔬
You will be issued your prescription on the spot👩🏻‍⚕️🏥 At 4:20pm-7:30pm 🎥
We will be playing the 1936 notorious propaganda film Reefer Madness 💨🥦🙀 .
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👩🏼‍🎓Prohibition History: In the early 1930s is was becoming clear that Prohibition was failing and would soon be repealed. Straight-laced bureaucrats looking for another target turned their attention to marijuana, which at the time was mostly being used in the Mexican🇲🇽 and black jazz communities🎺 . They painted the drug and the communities using it as a threat to the country and began the process of banning it. 29 states had outlawed marijuana by 1931, the nail in the coffin ⚰️ finally came in 1936 with the notorious propaganda film 🎞 Reefer Madness 🥦🙀 which featured teens engaging in manslaughter, sexual misconduct, hallucinations and descent into madness due to marijuana, parents around the country went into hysteria and in 1937 the Marijuana Tax Act was passed, essentially making the plant illegal in the U.S.
Since then, lawmakers have been doing a do-si-do with the drug finally those laws and efforts to finally end Marijuana Prohibition are starting to sweep across the nation. Today 9 states have legalized marijuana (29 allowing medical marijuana including Utah) but, as far as the federal government is concerned it’s still the “Devils Lettuce” 😈🥬
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#devilslettuce #marijuana #norml #slcnightlife #cocktails #cocktailporn #prohibitionutah #prohibition #marijuanaprohibition #slccocktails #slmagazine #cityweekly @fox13now @kutv2news @big_budah @slcweekly @slmag @devourutah
  • 💨This Saturday only 4/20💨
    Prohibition will be serving up Utah’s First Cannabis Infused Cocktail 🍸🥦🙀
    Named: The Devils Lettuce 😈🥬 CBD👩🏽‍🔬
    You will be issued your prescription on the spot👩🏻‍⚕️🏥 At 4:20pm-7:30pm 🎥
    We will be playing the 1936 notorious propaganda film Reefer Madness 💨🥦🙀 .
    .
    .
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    👩🏼‍🎓Prohibition History: In the early 1930s is was becoming clear that Prohibition was failing and would soon be repealed. Straight-laced bureaucrats looking for another target turned their attention to marijuana, which at the time was mostly being used in the Mexican🇲🇽 and black jazz communities🎺 . They painted the drug and the communities using it as a threat to the country and began the process of banning it. 29 states had outlawed marijuana by 1931, the nail in the coffin ⚰️ finally came in 1936 with the notorious propaganda film 🎞 Reefer Madness 🥦🙀 which featured teens engaging in manslaughter, sexual misconduct, hallucinations and descent into madness due to marijuana, parents around the country went into hysteria and in 1937 the Marijuana Tax Act was passed, essentially making the plant illegal in the U.S.
    Since then, lawmakers have been doing a do-si-do with the drug finally those laws and efforts to finally end Marijuana Prohibition are starting to sweep across the nation. Today 9 states have legalized marijuana (29 allowing medical marijuana including Utah) but, as far as the federal government is concerned it’s still the “Devils Lettuce” 😈🥬
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    #devilslettuce #marijuana #norml #slcnightlife #cocktails #cocktailporn #prohibitionutah #prohibition #marijuanaprohibition #slccocktails #slmagazine #cityweekly @fox13now @kutv2news @big_budah @slcweekly @slmag @devourutah
  • 121 8 19 April, 2019
  • New Jersey has the second highest arrest rate for simple possession of cannabis in the country. On average, 88 people are arrested each day. Everyday we fail to end prohibition, the War on Cannabis takes more causalities. We must put an end to this now. Reach out to your legislators. Let them know you demand change now. Get the link for your legislators in the bio. #njcba #88 #marijuana #cannabis
  • New Jersey has the second highest arrest rate for simple possession of cannabis in the country. On average, 88 people are arrested each day. Everyday we fail to end prohibition, the War on Cannabis takes more causalities. We must put an end to this now. Reach out to your legislators. Let them know you demand change now. Get the link for your legislators in the bio. #njcba #88 #marijuana #cannabis
  • 105 6 27 October, 2018
  • Did you know cannabis prohibition is rooted in racism dating back to 1937? 
U.S. official Harry Anslinger used deplorable, biogted rhetoric to convince Congress to pass the unconstitutional Marijuana Tax Act.

Although decades have passed, the Drug War remains inherently racist: African Americans & whites use cannabis at similar rates, but African Americans are 3.73x more likely to be arrested for marijuana.

On 5/20, join us in supporting cannabis activists who will gather in Washington D.C. to protest the racist war on drugs. 
More info in our bio link!
  • Did you know cannabis prohibition is rooted in racism dating back to 1937?
    U.S. official Harry Anslinger used deplorable, biogted rhetoric to convince Congress to pass the unconstitutional Marijuana Tax Act.

    Although decades have passed, the Drug War remains inherently racist: African Americans & whites use cannabis at similar rates, but African Americans are 3.73x more likely to be arrested for marijuana.

    On 5/20, join us in supporting cannabis activists who will gather in Washington D.C. to protest the racist war on drugs.
    More info in our bio link!
  • 456 36 16 May, 2016

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  • • @itsnicepaper Just a few hours till @421forall 💫 Link in bio.
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Not everyone gets to celebrate 4/20, and, worse, some big cannabis companies don’t care about equity. John Boehner, a politician that ensured people stay behind bars is now on the board of one of the biggest cannabis companies while people who, during his time in Congress, were Stop and Frisked are facing 20 years for a dime bag. It’s wrong. Here’s what you can do to make it right. 〰️〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰
Step 1: be vocal, be active in politics, vote for people who care about restorative justice and vote with your dollar (read our graphic to find out why we think this is our least favorite term, sorry, tired of putting the burden on consumers to fix the issues our elected representatives put us in). Step 2: make sure the company is practicing the values they preach. If you talk about diversity but don’t have it… that’s a problem. 
Step 3: make sure you’re buying products that are what they say they are. We cannot tell you the number of product’s we’ve bought and asked for the Certificate of Analysis only to find the label is misleading. GET EDUCATED.
Step 4… does it make you feel nice? If it does, you do you.
  • @itsnicepaper Just a few hours till @421forall 💫 Link in bio.
    〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰️〰️〰️
    Not everyone gets to celebrate 4/20, and, worse, some big cannabis companies don’t care about equity. John Boehner, a politician that ensured people stay behind bars is now on the board of one of the biggest cannabis companies while people who, during his time in Congress, were Stop and Frisked are facing 20 years for a dime bag. It’s wrong. Here’s what you can do to make it right. 〰️〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰〰
    Step 1: be vocal, be active in politics, vote for people who care about restorative justice and vote with your dollar (read our graphic to find out why we think this is our least favorite term, sorry, tired of putting the burden on consumers to fix the issues our elected representatives put us in). Step 2: make sure the company is practicing the values they preach. If you talk about diversity but don’t have it… that’s a problem.
    Step 3: make sure you’re buying products that are what they say they are. We cannot tell you the number of product’s we’ve bought and asked for the Certificate of Analysis only to find the label is misleading. GET EDUCATED.
    Step 4… does it make you feel nice? If it does, you do you.
  • 47 2 21 April, 2019
  • The demonization of the cannabis plant was an extension of the demonization of the Mexican immigrants. In an effort to control and keep tabs on these new citizens, El Paso, TX borrowed a play from San Francisco’s playbook, which had outlawed opium decades earlier in an effort to control Chinese immigrants. The idea was to have an excuse to search, detain and deport Mexican immigrants.
That excuse became marijuana.

This method of controlling people by controlling their customs was quite successful, so much so that it became a national strategy for keeping certain populations under the watch and control of the government.
During hearings on marijuana law in the 1930’s, claims were made about marijuana’s ability to cause men of color to become violent and solicit sex from white women. This imagery became the backdrop for the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937 which effectively banned its use and sales.

While the Act was ruled unconstitutional years later, it was replaced with the Controlled Substances Act in the 1970’s which established Schedules for ranking substances according to their dangerousness and potential for addiction. Cannabis was placed in the most restrictive category, Schedule I, supposedly as a place holder while then President Nixon commissioned a report to give a final recommendation.
The Schafer Commission, as it was called, declared that marijuana should not be in Schedule I and even doubted its designation as an illicit substance. However, Nixon discounted the recommendations of the commission, and marijuana remains a Schedule I substance.

#buildthewall #buildthatwall #MAGA #mexico #marijuana #420 #donaldtrump #richardnixon #rightwing #marijuanaprohibition #warondrugs #legalization #controlledsubstancesact #whitesupremacy #immigrationpolicy
  • The demonization of the cannabis plant was an extension of the demonization of the Mexican immigrants. In an effort to control and keep tabs on these new citizens, El Paso, TX borrowed a play from San Francisco’s playbook, which had outlawed opium decades earlier in an effort to control Chinese immigrants. The idea was to have an excuse to search, detain and deport Mexican immigrants.
    That excuse became marijuana.

    This method of controlling people by controlling their customs was quite successful, so much so that it became a national strategy for keeping certain populations under the watch and control of the government.
    During hearings on marijuana law in the 1930’s, claims were made about marijuana’s ability to cause men of color to become violent and solicit sex from white women. This imagery became the backdrop for the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937 which effectively banned its use and sales.

    While the Act was ruled unconstitutional years later, it was replaced with the Controlled Substances Act in the 1970’s which established Schedules for ranking substances according to their dangerousness and potential for addiction. Cannabis was placed in the most restrictive category, Schedule I, supposedly as a place holder while then President Nixon commissioned a report to give a final recommendation.
    The Schafer Commission, as it was called, declared that marijuana should not be in Schedule I and even doubted its designation as an illicit substance. However, Nixon discounted the recommendations of the commission, and marijuana remains a Schedule I substance.

    #buildthewall #buildthatwall #MAGA #mexico #marijuana #420 #donaldtrump #richardnixon #rightwing #marijuanaprohibition #warondrugs #legalization #controlledsubstancesact #whitesupremacy #immigrationpolicy
  • 15 2 21 April, 2019
  • 💨4/20 today only💨
We proudly introduce Utah’s FIRST CBD infused cocktail👩🏼‍🔬: named The Devils Lettuce 😈🥬
1 oz Bombay Sapphire
1 oz Lilley, 
1/4 Green Chartreuse
1/4 luxardo. 🍒 
3/4 lemon, 🍋 
1 oz simple. 🍯 
Dash of mint bitters. 🌿 
CBD Oil👩🏽‍🔬 .
.
At 4:20pm-7pm 🎥
We will be playing the 1936 notorious propaganda film Reefer Madness 💨🥦🙀 .
.
.
.
👩🏼‍🎓Prohibition History: In the early 1930s is was becoming clear that Prohibition was failing and would soon be repealed. Straight-laced bureaucrats looking for another target turned their attention to marijuana, which at the time was mostly being used in the Mexican🇲🇽 and black jazz communities🎺 . They painted the drug and the communities using it as a threat to the country and began the process of banning it. 29 states had outlawed marijuana by 1931, the nail in the coffin ⚰️ finally came in 1936 with the notorious propaganda film 🎞 Reefer Madness 🥦🙀 which featured teens engaging in manslaughter, sexual misconduct, hallucinations and descent into madness due to marijuana, parents around the country went into hysteria and in 1937 the Marijuana Tax Act was passed, essentially making the plant illegal in the U.S.
Since then, lawmakers have been doing a do-si-do with the drug finally those laws and efforts to finally end Marijuana Prohibition are starting to sweep across the nation. Today 9 states have legalized marijuana (29 allowing medical marijuana including Utah) but, as far as the federal government is concerned it’s still the “Devils Lettuce” 😈🥬
.
.
#devilslettuce #marijuana #norml #slcnightlife #cocktails #cocktailporn #prohibitionutah #prohibition #marijuanaprohibition #slccocktails #slmagazine #cityweekly @fox13now @kutv2news @big_budah @slcweekly @slmag @devourutah
  • 💨4/20 today only💨
    We proudly introduce Utah’s FIRST CBD infused cocktail👩🏼‍🔬: named The Devils Lettuce 😈🥬
    1 oz Bombay Sapphire
    1 oz Lilley,
    1/4 Green Chartreuse
    1/4 luxardo. 🍒
    3/4 lemon, 🍋
    1 oz simple. 🍯
    Dash of mint bitters. 🌿
    CBD Oil👩🏽‍🔬 .
    .
    At 4:20pm-7pm 🎥
    We will be playing the 1936 notorious propaganda film Reefer Madness 💨🥦🙀 .
    .
    .
    .
    👩🏼‍🎓Prohibition History: In the early 1930s is was becoming clear that Prohibition was failing and would soon be repealed. Straight-laced bureaucrats looking for another target turned their attention to marijuana, which at the time was mostly being used in the Mexican🇲🇽 and black jazz communities🎺 . They painted the drug and the communities using it as a threat to the country and began the process of banning it. 29 states had outlawed marijuana by 1931, the nail in the coffin ⚰️ finally came in 1936 with the notorious propaganda film 🎞 Reefer Madness 🥦🙀 which featured teens engaging in manslaughter, sexual misconduct, hallucinations and descent into madness due to marijuana, parents around the country went into hysteria and in 1937 the Marijuana Tax Act was passed, essentially making the plant illegal in the U.S.
    Since then, lawmakers have been doing a do-si-do with the drug finally those laws and efforts to finally end Marijuana Prohibition are starting to sweep across the nation. Today 9 states have legalized marijuana (29 allowing medical marijuana including Utah) but, as far as the federal government is concerned it’s still the “Devils Lettuce” 😈🥬
    .
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    #devilslettuce #marijuana #norml #slcnightlife #cocktails #cocktailporn #prohibitionutah #prohibition #marijuanaprohibition #slccocktails #slmagazine #cityweekly @fox13now @kutv2news @big_budah @slcweekly @slmag @devourutah
  • 281 16 20 April, 2019
  • 💨This Saturday only 4/20💨
Prohibition will be serving up Utah’s First Cannabis Infused Cocktail 🍸🥦🙀
Named: The Devils Lettuce 😈🥬 CBD👩🏽‍🔬
You will be issued your prescription on the spot👩🏻‍⚕️🏥 At 4:20pm-7:30pm 🎥
We will be playing the 1936 notorious propaganda film Reefer Madness 💨🥦🙀 .
.
.
.
👩🏼‍🎓Prohibition History: In the early 1930s is was becoming clear that Prohibition was failing and would soon be repealed. Straight-laced bureaucrats looking for another target turned their attention to marijuana, which at the time was mostly being used in the Mexican🇲🇽 and black jazz communities🎺 . They painted the drug and the communities using it as a threat to the country and began the process of banning it. 29 states had outlawed marijuana by 1931, the nail in the coffin ⚰️ finally came in 1936 with the notorious propaganda film 🎞 Reefer Madness 🥦🙀 which featured teens engaging in manslaughter, sexual misconduct, hallucinations and descent into madness due to marijuana, parents around the country went into hysteria and in 1937 the Marijuana Tax Act was passed, essentially making the plant illegal in the U.S.
Since then, lawmakers have been doing a do-si-do with the drug finally those laws and efforts to finally end Marijuana Prohibition are starting to sweep across the nation. Today 9 states have legalized marijuana (29 allowing medical marijuana including Utah) but, as far as the federal government is concerned it’s still the “Devils Lettuce” 😈🥬
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.
#devilslettuce #marijuana #norml #slcnightlife #cocktails #cocktailporn #prohibitionutah #prohibition #marijuanaprohibition #slccocktails #slmagazine #cityweekly @fox13now @kutv2news @big_budah @slcweekly @slmag @devourutah
  • 💨This Saturday only 4/20💨
    Prohibition will be serving up Utah’s First Cannabis Infused Cocktail 🍸🥦🙀
    Named: The Devils Lettuce 😈🥬 CBD👩🏽‍🔬
    You will be issued your prescription on the spot👩🏻‍⚕️🏥 At 4:20pm-7:30pm 🎥
    We will be playing the 1936 notorious propaganda film Reefer Madness 💨🥦🙀 .
    .
    .
    .
    👩🏼‍🎓Prohibition History: In the early 1930s is was becoming clear that Prohibition was failing and would soon be repealed. Straight-laced bureaucrats looking for another target turned their attention to marijuana, which at the time was mostly being used in the Mexican🇲🇽 and black jazz communities🎺 . They painted the drug and the communities using it as a threat to the country and began the process of banning it. 29 states had outlawed marijuana by 1931, the nail in the coffin ⚰️ finally came in 1936 with the notorious propaganda film 🎞 Reefer Madness 🥦🙀 which featured teens engaging in manslaughter, sexual misconduct, hallucinations and descent into madness due to marijuana, parents around the country went into hysteria and in 1937 the Marijuana Tax Act was passed, essentially making the plant illegal in the U.S.
    Since then, lawmakers have been doing a do-si-do with the drug finally those laws and efforts to finally end Marijuana Prohibition are starting to sweep across the nation. Today 9 states have legalized marijuana (29 allowing medical marijuana including Utah) but, as far as the federal government is concerned it’s still the “Devils Lettuce” 😈🥬
    .
    .
    #devilslettuce #marijuana #norml #slcnightlife #cocktails #cocktailporn #prohibitionutah #prohibition #marijuanaprohibition #slccocktails #slmagazine #cityweekly @fox13now @kutv2news @big_budah @slcweekly @slmag @devourutah
  • 121 8 19 April, 2019
  • Just sayin 🤷🏼‍♀️💭
  • Just sayin 🤷🏼‍♀️💭
  • 476 59 5 April, 2019
  • On this day in history Marijuana prohibition ended in Michigan (first state in the Midwest) !!! Cannabis is now legal for adults 21 and over to possess and use, and to grow at home. O what a joyous occasion!! Spark up!!
  • On this day in history Marijuana prohibition ended in Michigan (first state in the Midwest) !!! Cannabis is now legal for adults 21 and over to possess and use, and to grow at home. O what a joyous occasion!! Spark up!!
  • 55 6 6 December, 2018
  • Congratulations to the states of Michigan, Missouri, & Utah as they became part of the #marijuanamovement and bring us a step closer to ending the #marijuanaprohibition 🌱
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As midterm elections come to a close, the state of Michigan has become the 10th state to legalize recreational use for cannabis. As well as Missouri & Utah, that became the 31st & 32nd states to legalize cannabis for medical use. A HUGE win for the #cannabiscommunity. Although we took a loss in North Dakota, with 41% for legal rec and 59% against.. we still have it available there medically.
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Big stuff is happening in the name of cannabis. And as a whole we need to be aware of the negative effects that legalization brings. Yes, there will be a few negative repercussions of legalizing our beloved plant unfortunately. More so on those who are greedy, i.e big corporations & big pharma. And keeping up with demand which can lead to gmo filled nugs.
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HOWEVER, this is a wonderful time to be alive with witnessing the fall of the marijuana prohibition. Cannabis sure has came a long long ways. So here’s to our lovely Mary Jane, may she prosper and make this planet much more greener 🌱✨🌬
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#shexmaryj
  • Congratulations to the states of Michigan, Missouri, & Utah as they became part of the #marijuanamovement and bring us a step closer to ending the #marijuanaprohibition 🌱
    .

    As midterm elections come to a close, the state of Michigan has become the 10th state to legalize recreational use for cannabis. As well as Missouri & Utah, that became the 31st & 32nd states to legalize cannabis for medical use. A HUGE win for the #cannabiscommunity . Although we took a loss in North Dakota, with 41% for legal rec and 59% against.. we still have it available there medically.
    .

    Big stuff is happening in the name of cannabis. And as a whole we need to be aware of the negative effects that legalization brings. Yes, there will be a few negative repercussions of legalizing our beloved plant unfortunately. More so on those who are greedy, i.e big corporations & big pharma. And keeping up with demand which can lead to gmo filled nugs.
    .

    HOWEVER, this is a wonderful time to be alive with witnessing the fall of the marijuana prohibition. Cannabis sure has came a long long ways. So here’s to our lovely Mary Jane, may she prosper and make this planet much more greener 🌱✨🌬
    .

    #shexmaryj
  • 55 1 7 November, 2018
  • #cannabispolitics - "#Michigan #voters approved a measure to fully legalize #marijuana on Tuesday, making it the first state in the #Midwest to allow #retailcannabis sales for adults 21 and older.

With 50 percent of precincts reporting, the initiative, Proposal 1, has passed, ABC News has projected. “This is yet another #historic #election for the movement to end #marijuanaprohibition,” Marijuana Policy Project executive director Steve Hawkins said in a statement to Marijuana Moment. “Voters have once again sent a message loud and clear that it is time to legalize and regulate marijuana.”" #coolconnections
  • #cannabispolitics - " #Michigan #voters approved a measure to fully legalize #marijuana on Tuesday, making it the first state in the #Midwest to allow #retailcannabis sales for adults 21 and older.

    With 50 percent of precincts reporting, the initiative, Proposal 1, has passed, ABC News has projected. “This is yet another #historic #election for the movement to end #marijuanaprohibition ,” Marijuana Policy Project executive director Steve Hawkins said in a statement to Marijuana Moment. “Voters have once again sent a message loud and clear that it is time to legalize and regulate marijuana.”" #coolconnections
  • 10 1 7 November, 2018
  • Many believe hemp was banned because it was a competitive threat to the wood products industry and newly developed synthetic fibers that were patentable and therefore more profitable than hemp. Not because it was a harmful drug. In the 1930's the U.S. government started spreading lies about marijuana and claiming marijuana is the most violence-causing drug in the history of mankind. The word Marijuana is actually from a Mexican slang word, this was used because everyone knew of hemp and how amazing it was for the world. Before Marijuana Prohibition, two articles were written claiming hemp was on the verge of becoming a super crop, "Billion-dollar crop" to be exact. These articles praised the usefulness and potential of hemp, describing its benefits for both farmers and the public. But still, Hemp production was banned throughout the United States in 1937. 🚫 🌱. #marijuanaprohibition #marijuana #hemp #cannabis #cannabisheals #hemplife #hempheals #cannabiscommunity #cannabisculture #thc #hempproducts #hempextracts #marijuanamovement #health #wellness #organic #legalizeit #legalizenature #mjkthenaturalway
  • Many believe hemp was banned because it was a competitive threat to the wood products industry and newly developed synthetic fibers that were patentable and therefore more profitable than hemp. Not because it was a harmful drug. In the 1930's the U.S. government started spreading lies about marijuana and claiming marijuana is the most violence-causing drug in the history of mankind. The word Marijuana is actually from a Mexican slang word, this was used because everyone knew of hemp and how amazing it was for the world. Before Marijuana Prohibition, two articles were written claiming hemp was on the verge of becoming a super crop, "Billion-dollar crop" to be exact. These articles praised the usefulness and potential of hemp, describing its benefits for both farmers and the public. But still, Hemp production was banned throughout the United States in 1937. 🚫 🌱. #marijuanaprohibition #marijuana #hemp #cannabis #cannabisheals #hemplife #hempheals #cannabiscommunity #cannabisculture #thc #hempproducts #hempextracts #marijuanamovement #health #wellness #organic #legalizeit #legalizenature #mjkthenaturalway
  • 30 2 7 November, 2018
  • Many believe hemp was banned because it was a competitive threat to the wood products industry and newly developed synthetic fibers that were patentable and therefore more profitable than hemp. Not because it was a harmful drug. In the 1930's the U.S. government started spreading lies about marijuana and claiming marijuana is the most violence-causing drug in the history of mankind. The word Marijuana is actually from a Mexican slang word, this was used because everyone knew of hemp and how amazing it was for the world. Before Marijuana Prohibition, two articles were written claiming hemp was on the verge of becoming a super crop, "Billion-dollar crop" to be exact. These articles praised the usefulness and potential of hemp, describing its benefits for both farmers and the public. But still, Hemp production was banned throughout the United States in 1937. 🚫 🌱. #marijuanaprohibition #vgmhemphaven #marijuana #hemp #cannabis #cannabisheals #hemplife #hempheals #cannabiscommunity #cannabisculture #thc #hempproducts #hempextracts #marijuanamovement #health #wellness #organic #legalizeit #legalizenature
  • Many believe hemp was banned because it was a competitive threat to the wood products industry and newly developed synthetic fibers that were patentable and therefore more profitable than hemp. Not because it was a harmful drug. In the 1930's the U.S. government started spreading lies about marijuana and claiming marijuana is the most violence-causing drug in the history of mankind. The word Marijuana is actually from a Mexican slang word, this was used because everyone knew of hemp and how amazing it was for the world. Before Marijuana Prohibition, two articles were written claiming hemp was on the verge of becoming a super crop, "Billion-dollar crop" to be exact. These articles praised the usefulness and potential of hemp, describing its benefits for both farmers and the public. But still, Hemp production was banned throughout the United States in 1937. 🚫 🌱. #marijuanaprohibition #vgmhemphaven #marijuana #hemp #cannabis #cannabisheals #hemplife #hempheals #cannabiscommunity #cannabisculture #thc #hempproducts #hempextracts #marijuanamovement #health #wellness #organic #legalizeit #legalizenature
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