The prospect of federal legalization in the U.S. could spark a torrent of acquisitions in the cannabis industry. This is just one that has a lot of positive hype to go along with the technicals. There are dozens of pot stocks. Take your pick and do your due diligence and you can make some d'oh. (This is not stock advice. )Just what I've heard from peeples who do this for a living. I've heard it has a lot of volume and may hit 4. The election has given the pot industry a boost. I just buy gas and food with my money. Electric cars and clean energy are good bets, too, btw.
Three Democratic senators announced this week that they would introduce legislation that would remove marijuana from a federal list of prohibited drugs, effectively legalizing the recreational use of cannabis for adults in the United States.
Always looking to stretch my stash and conserve and had been mixing Mullein to make it last longer, but had a sudden brainstorm one day. Whilst looking at all of the stems I have saved over the year, gathered them all together and ground them up with our spice grinder. Taste great and less filling!
Kelli Kennedy The Associated PressStaff Published Wednesday, December 9, 2020 6:34PM EST FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. — While serving a 90-year prison sentence for selling marijuana, Richard DeLisi's wife died, as did his 23-year-old son and both his parents. His adult daughter was in a horrific car accident and suffered a paralyzing stroke as a result. He never met two granddaughters — a lifetime of missed memories.
Yet, 71-year-old DeLisi walked out of a Florida prison Tuesday morning grateful and unresentful as he hugged his tearful family. After serving 31 years, he said he's just eager to restore the lost time. DeLisi was believed to be the longest-serving nonviolent cannabis prisoner, according to the The Last Prisoner Project which championed his release. ......
DeLisi was sentenced to 90 years for marijuana trafficking in 1989 at the age of 40 even though the typical sentence was only 12 to 17 years. He believes he was targeted with the lengthy sentence because the judge mistakenly thought he was part of organized crime because he was an Italian from New York. DeLisi said he had opportunities, but never had any desire for that life.
Sectarian ignorance and fear? The poor man could have got drunk, raped a woman, perhaps killed her and then received a relatively short prison sentence. Delisi was also illiterate when arrested so I suppose he had to be punished for that.
That being said, the federal government lists marijuana as a Schedule 1 drug. This broad classification is then interpreted for the stateâs to elucidate the attached penalties and the coordinating amounts.
The United States government regulates illicit substances through the Controlled Substances Act of 1970âthis legislation does not acknowledge the difference between medical and recreational use of cannabis. The laws expressed through this act are typically applied only against individuals who cultivate, possess or distribute large quantities of marijuana.
According to Federal law, marijuana is treated like every other illegal drug. The schedules or classifications offered by the Federal Government are organized based on the drugâs relative potential for abuse and medicinal benefit. Under the Controlled Substance Act, marijuana is defined as a Schedule I drug. This classification denotes that the government views marijuana as highly addictive and in possession of no medical value.