Understand Marijuana Laws in 6 Minutes

Understand Marijuana Laws in 6 Minutes

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you might remember that there was an election recently not that people have talked much about it since then one thing that happened in this last election was several more states passed laws legalizing marijuana for medical use or making it completely legal that’s on top of the 26 states plus DC which had already legalized it at least partially before we go any further let’s all take a moment and get the pothead jokes out of our system I know I make them too, it’s fun, but we’ll never get anywhere if we don’t skip the obvious jokes i have terrible not obvious ones instead and that’s why we’re calling it marijuana and not weed there feel better? alright let’s go first the new 2016 laws all of these were passed through ballot measures which means they were voted on directly by everyone rather than being passed through the state legislature like a normal law if you’re curious about ballots and ballot measures we have a video which explains more about them first we’ll talk about California, Maine, Massachusetts, and Nevada because they all completely legalized marijuana for adults all of them added taxes ranging from about 4%-15% and some states also applied the sales tax to marijuana California has a cultivation tax on the plants and leaves meanwhile Arkansas, Florida, Montana, and North Dakota all legalized medical marijuana there was also a ballot measure in Arizona that didn’t pass but they’ve already legalized medical marijuana beforehand here’s the full list of states with legalized medical marijuana or completely legal marijuana there are too many states to cover each one individually so we’ll talk about the general themes and what to look for from state to state obviously lawmakers are pleased to have a new source of money to draw on different states do different things with the tax money they get from marijuana sales some like Nevada, Arkansas, or Maine spend it on education or workforce training others spend it on the cost of regulating marijuana when marijuana has been legalized states also often have rules about where you can open a marijuana store or medical dispensary several states like Alaska, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington won’t let you open one near schools, churches, or childcare facilities some states will only let people grow their own marijuana and other states will limit how much you can have and grow or what kinds of products you can make out of marijuana in that state and sell one question when you have medical marijuana is what kinds of illnesses and medical conditions are covered like cancer or glaucoma or even chronic pain laws don’t cover everything but certain kinds of medical problems will allow your doctor to prescribe you marijuana some states will require you to also register and get an ID card before you get medical marijuana, so you will have to prove that you qualify in the first place some states that have totally legalized marijuana will still require you to register before you get it some states have much looser systems for medical marijuana and have been criticized for not requiring anything more than a simple prescription that might be as general as persistent back pain based on one complaint to the doctor generally the legal age of use for marijuana is 21 so no celebrations at your high school graduation and you can’t get high during the commencement speech that’s right I’m talking to you teachers most of the states that have legal marijuana make it a crime to drive with any marijuana in your system while a few you will have a legal limit like alcohol but many ban both marijuana chemicals and the chemicals that your body metabolizes marijuana into that second category includes things that take a while to exit your body after you ingest marijuana or smoke it so you could potentially be guilty of driving under the influence even it’s been hours since you were high so what about the federal government? regardless what all these states are doing marijuana is still illegal under federal law that’s bound to cause some confusion and complications the Obama administration still prosecuted people for marijuana crimes but they said they wanted to focus on specific issues and leave most of the policing to the states their big focus was keeping minors from getting marijuana, keeping criminal organizations from making money off marijuana sales (since they could bring marijuana in from other countries and sell it), stopping people from driving high, and keeping people away from using marijuana as a cover for shipping or selling other illegal drugs they were especially interested in keeping people from growing marijuana on public land like national parks which makes you wonder how many people were doing that you’re also not allowed to use marijuana on federal property there was a criticism that even though they said they were focusing on other things the federal government was still raiding people with legal marijuana, which might include even Native American reservations, and seizing it or threatening them with prosecution some have even gone so far to say the Obama administration was having federal law enforcement seize marijuana illegally which means it doesn’t matter what the state laws say, the federal government will still go after marijuana people have also complained that they started a marijuana business where it was legal but they couldn’t use banks or investment because of federal banking regulations and some were afraid that as a result they’d get robbed because everything they had was in cash now what the Trump administration will do is kind of a big question mark right now on the one hand people point to his nominee for attorney general, Senator Jeff Sessions, and say that since he’s against legalized marijuana even for medical uses that means the Trump administration will crack down on the other hand Donald Trump himself is man is known for enjoying a good time and not many people think he cares about marijuana personally or wants to fight the public over it time will tell but while you wait you can look up your state’s laws on marijuana on these websites and there you have it

100 thoughts on “Understand Marijuana Laws in 6 Minutes

  • Clorox Bleach Chan Post author

    Calling it Marijuana doesn't help either…it was the name Harry J. Anslinger coined for it. He wanted people to associate Cannabis with Mexicans (whom a lot of people at that time were scared of) by using a foreign-sounding word (also, back then it was spelt with an "h" and not a "j" like today). He always used that word when talking to congressmen about it, who then used that word when speaking to the general public. He also supplied racist fake stories to news outlets. Examples:

    "Colored students at the Univ. of Minn. partying with (white) female students, smoking [marijuana] and getting their sympathy with stories of racial persecution. Result: pregnancy."

    "Two Negros took a girl fourteen years old and kept her for two days under the influence of hemp. Upon recovery, she was found to be suffering from syphilis."

    He never called it Cannabis. Why? Because that's what the medical industry called it, and (had they realised that Marijuana = Cannabis) they would immediately have pointed out that what he is telling people are lies (and they have the studies and clients to prove it).

    Also, Marihuana (the original spelling) is a slang word itself, so by saying you don't want to call it weed because it's slang, and then proceeding to call it Marijuana is not helping at all.

    Just call it by its scientific name, Cannabis , ffs!

    EDIT: I claimed that Harry passed the word in congress so that he can use it in his propaganda, which was kind of wrong. My timeline was a bit skewed. The word was codified into law and became part of common American English with the passing of his 1937 Marihuana tax act. He started attacking Cannabis in the 1930's.

  • xXToxicGamerXx Post author

    i dont even understand why its illegal people still going to do it and they might lose money if they legalize it but selling it publicly will make a lot of money too bc almost everyone would like to smoke up every once an a while or every day

  • Juan Post author

    cannabis*

  • Wisdom King Post author

    So many kids in prison just for a small amount of weed .  There lives are ruined forever . Above and beyond being cruel .

  • lyfted Legend Post author

    Cannabis is more correct.

  • The Dude Post author

    Montana has had medical pot for quite a few years. last election just opened up the application process and laws

  • Paco Ramirez Post author

    Fucking comments here is why it's still illegal

  • Joshua O Post author

    Call it cannabis

  • Joshua O Post author

    Make a video about the medical benefits of cannabis outweighs everything u were taught about it…

  • Morticia Gravesyde Post author

    Don't believe anyone who tells you that Delaware legalized medical marijuana.  On paper — yeah, I suppose they did…but, in practice, they really didn't.  While the wording of the law and cannabis-recommendation-approved illnesses seems fairly legitimate, to find a doctor who WILL give that cannabis-recommendation — even for those with supposedly "approved" conditions — is near-impossible.  Insomnia, depression, glaucoma, arthritis, even AMPUTATION will absolutely NOT be met with a cannabis-recommendation in the state of Delaware. 

    I've only ever heard of ONE person who received a physician's recommendation for cannabis (and received approval on her state application, which has a $125 non-refundable application fee, and gives the state the right to reject your doctor's recommendation if the bureaucrats reviewing your paperwork think they know better than your doctor), and she had stage 4 bone cancer, and ended up dying without being able to use her cannabis card because the state didn't bother opening a dispensary until FOUR YEARS AFTER the medical marijuana law passed, and anyone in a condition that would get cannabis approval in this state is in no shape to grow their own.  Instead, they had her taking approximately 350 mgs of OxyContin on a daily basis…and, it really wasn't providing much relief at all.  Maybe the cannabis wouldn't have helped her very much either, but she CERTAINLY should have been able to find out.
    Delaware's medical marijuana law may as well be treated as non-existent.  That's how the doctors and the government treat it.

  • Leo Ki Post author

    It's cannabis. Marijuana is a name given to it like a Mexican slang word.

  • Caio Graco Zeppelini Post author

    excellent vid! some people (like me) follow the MJ legalization worldwide, and the US is a particularly hard country to keep tabs on. this vid finally gave me an easy way to explain the US situation while discussing the matter on my home country.

  • Eduardo Huerta Post author

    Cannabis Marijuana same shit, y'all need to quit your bitchin it's like saying call water H20 not water…. killing my high

  • Always Good Post author

    Great video no b.s no stupid music just good info good job alot of Youtube channels could learn from this

  • Skinny Mcdoogin Post author

    Laws change everyday, the day you uploaded this, the laws changed.

  • Reid Judd Post author

    Should be legal in Oklahoma, but nobody likes anything in oklahoma..

  • chong tommy Post author

    Did he said injection marijuana?

  • Arnold Reefer Post author

    Why are you calling it marijuana again? The slang word for cannabis is "weed". The scientific name for cannabis is "cannabis". Marijuana meant "bad drugs" in Spanish and was used to target Spanish immigrants. Marijuana was used as a race separating word

  • 280zjammer Post author

    He keeps saying nuvawduh because he can't say Nevada.

  • Always Adventurous Post author

    longest/most informative 6 min. of my life

  • Magnorphieous The Great Post author

    Bruh it shouldn't matter. it's a fucking plant. Why is it schedule 1? Weed makes you chill and wanna hug somebody. Cmon bruh

  • Reptar Post author

    don't get caught kids

  • Heber Hernandez Post author

    ***Cannabis***

  • Terrapin Post author

    Nice and informative video. But what's with the terrible chalkboard sketches and the monotone descriptions?

  • Dead Pres Post author

    come too ny state and they will fuck you in you're ass when it comes to cannabis If you smoke cannabis in New York they think you're a herion addict so New York links marijuana with heroin….it's a complete fuckin joke.

  • density deep Post author

    check out my videos i am a marijuana enthusiast who posts videos regularly

  • robert discher Post author

    I like the word pot or bud

  • Sqwac Gaming Post author

    Amazing but it's cannabis not marijuana

  • SOME DUDE Post author

    I want it legal in Virginia

  • Gav3n 314 Post author

    ill ive heard is its retarded

  • tranlanga mingo Post author

    it still hipocrecy at its finest

  • RU Kidding Post author

    Please watch:
    https://youtu.be/TA3kghrQp-M
    Thank you for your great work!!!

  • Payton Johnson Post author

    Very informative. I wish it would be legalized in my state by the time I turn 21 next year, but that's probably not going to happen.

  • B D Post author

    keep at 420 likes

  • Nick Pilon Post author

    420 likes ??? coincidence ???

  • Scriptem Post author

    I almost accidentally ruined the "420 likes" thing

  • Brandon Douglass Post author

    and there I have what???????

  • Texxity Post author

    Ohio needs to legalize recreational now

  • Jared Kirsch Post author

    Kids are gonna get high regardless of the laws. This whole regulation and id system shit is retarded. Just let people do what they want. We only get 70-80 max years on this earth.

  • King Denali Post author

    Bruh smoke on from the Boston area 🍁☁

  • chicken noodlesoup Post author

    Lol the expiration date month and day was my birthday

  • Paul S. Post author

    maybe the title should contain a country name? Because there is no universal law for the whole world, or the english-speaking world in this case.

  • Austin Clampit Post author

    the video is 1 second over six minutes 😂

  • sumper man Post author

    30 states, pretty good start👍🏾

  • Flikt Post author

    When the state finally stops prohibiting you from putting a substance into your body but then it taxes the substance to discourage use

  • Joe McClinton Post author

    cannibis not marijuana

  • Chapter Eleven Post author

    why does no one pronounce nevada right

  • Huntz Kushe Post author

    Understand Marijuana Laws in 3 Seconds: Theyre bullshit.

  • M Clarke Post author

    iowa state law: your fucked

  • Jawnny doodlebob Post author

    theres no point anyone can get their hands on weed

  • Ieuan Mills Post author

    Marijuana is a slang term. Please call it Cannabis.

  • optician53 Post author

    Cannabis cures cancer. Big Pharma does not want us to know that the same
    stuff in the plant that gets you high (THC) is a molecular dead ringer
    for Anadamide, which we naturally make everyday of our lives, and among
    other important life preserving functions, tells ANY CELL with bad DNA
    to kill itself, cancer included. That`s why it`s illegal.

  • Jacob A Post author

    its nev aa duh

  • Gerry Adams Post author

    oh in america might wanna put that in the title the world doesn't revolve around america

  • lil law Post author

    all the pacific coast states legalized it

  • Wake up World Post author

    Wish you could do videos on each state laws in depth for regular, and commercial laws.

  • Makayla Cooprider Post author

    why does anybody even care what someone puts in there body? like if y'all wanna smoke weed. smoke it. wanna do crack. do crack idgaf. me nor the government have a right to tell you what you can and cannot put in your body.

  • Andrew Barber Post author

    I'm still confused as of whether or not an adult can purchase marijuana at a dispensary without a card.

  • artiste soundbox Post author

    we live in different planets, forget states

  • Wisdom King Post author

    They must love to hear children and vets cry and suffer .. If they cared something would have been done decades ago . They are just focused on how much money they can get.  When it is legalized people will just trade or give it away . No more going to stores and no more taxes. Their whole plan will be just like a joint and go up in smoke .For now they want to continue the chokehold and waste trillions more on a failed policy .

  • windolitEGamer Post author

    do schools where it is legal drug test students?

  • BreakUrself Post author

    Can someone please tell me if you have to be 21 to buy anything in the US

  • Ricky Hogan Post author

    This is simple, Marijuana is illegal anywhere in the United States.

  • Robert D. Flesher Post author

    It is Extremely Annoying being Persistently Diminished to the status of Cattle and Sheep by those Long Practiced in the Arts of Psychological and Cultural manipulation through the use of Force and Control, for FEEDING Monetary Conspiracies. Laws and Medicine go hand in hand, and the Frauds of History are Exposed by reading "Logistically" the Symptoms of the Common Denominators in All matters of Controversy. And where Obvious Incompetence reigns Supreme against the Records AND the Evidence of supposed Professionalism(s), then it Calls for INTERVENTION against the Ignorance of Brutality and ROBBERY by the Extortionate "Process" of Hypocrites, in their Violations of Human Rights and Dignities. I think it may have been Albert Einstein who suggested that, "If you can't Dazzle them with Brilliance, then Baffle them with Bullshit," and America has done a GREAT Job of the latter and kept the Entire World entrenched in Fox Holes with all of its Insignificant Intelligence .. and its ancient hoards of Christian Soldiers, for a ReaLLLLL Long Time now. There is no dividing line between Tyranny and Terrorism, and Benjamin Franklin is said to have implied that, "Mankind will Ultimately Be Ruled, either by GOD ..or by Tyrants." Has the Jury reached a Verdict ?, ..the Victims would like to Know

  • firstname lastname Post author

    Read the history of Marijuana laws. How Pharmacologist James Munch, expert witness for the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (pre DEA) tried the marijuana and after 2 puffs turned into a bat and flew around his office. Must have been some good stuff, eh. How it came to be called the killer drug, making you crazy just being in the same room with it. Until real murderers started getting off on insanity, then it became the 'gateway' drug which has no meaning or proof.

    http://druglibrary.org/schaffer/history/whiteb1.htm
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legal_history_of_cannabis_in_the_United_States
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/3597114/After-two-puffs-I-was-turned-into-a-bat.html

  • Juan Escobar Post author

    how old do you have to be to open up a dispensary in california?

  • christian dyer Post author

    so if I buy marijuana in Washington will I be able to legally bring it to California via driving

  • Butch Cassidy Post author

    In another 20 years Meth will probably be legal too

  • Viilixxxzzz Hydra Post author

    stays in system 3 weeks. havent smoked for 2 and a half weeks. ur in trouble

  • Brothersall Post author

    The US government can make anything legal and they do if you tax them. Tax it and its legal. Anything.

  • no pain no gain Post author

    Its canibus!!!

  • Alex Mercer Post author

    South Carolina better get its shit together 😂

  • Strandz Post author

    weed is the greatest thing that the alien jesus ever 3d printed on the flat earth

  • Caverman Post author

    Please. I implore you to take the time to read because I write this in earnest. This is about the war on drugs in my country.

    I'm from the Philippines, and the war on drugs here in my country has reached levels of destruction that could easily qualify for what could be called a national calamity. Just google it up; or maybe you've already heard about it in the news in your country. An excess of 10, 000 people have been killed, slaughtered, in less than a year due to intensive drug operations here by fascist police whose killings are sanctioned by our current president, Rodrigo Duterte, in line with his extremist war on drugs propaganda. If you're caught with even just a gram of pot here, you won't go to prison. You won't go to rehab. You won't go to a disciplinary tribunal. You won't be forced to do community service. No. You'll simply be killed right away, on the spot, the instant they get you. May you be a 14-year old kid or an old man, a high school student, a pregnant woman — it doesn't matter in the least who you are as long as you're defenseless. No one is safe. And you'll get killed along with the people you're with at the time you get seized. That could mean your family, your friends, any one of your loved ones. In fact, during some of the drug raids that have happened here, even the pregnant wife and the children of drug suspects got killed along with them (at least three specific cases of pregnant women getting killed in drug busts have been reported on the news). Worst of all, even if you're merely a drug suspect, you'll be killed just the same. There's no need for evidence anymore. For all I know, in my country, the only kind of evidence there is today is planted evidence. Trials before the court don't happen here anymore (ironies of ironies, though, when it was the president's son, Paolo Duterte, who got involved in a drug case, the president sought for a trial, a situation where nothing really happened, he simply got absolved, long story short). There's absolutely no due process in these state-sponsored killings. I say state-sponsored because the police here are given a sum of money, or a promotion, if they reach a certain "quota"; that is, if they get to kill an n number of people within a certain period of time, they'll get a reward. In one of our cities, Caloocan City, within the span of just two days, and within only the confines of the said city, more than 30 people got killed, three of them were minors (one was 14, the other was 19, the other one was 20). The police who were responsible for the killings were awarded with medals in front of the press a few days after the killings happened; I'll leave it to you to make your judgments about that.

    Please. It's time to care now. Help us in whatever way you can, even if our country is so distant from yours, even if our people are not ones you know. Be thankful that at least you live in more peaceful and just conditions. Try to think of the 19-year old university student who was tortured for weeks before he was killed, just for possessing a crumb of marijuana which he used as self-medication for his depression (hint: it wasn't even properly determined if this was a case of planted evidence too). In your quietest hour, think of the 14-year old boy who was stabbed thirty times on the chest and thrown in a creek like a worthless piece of leftover meat for alleged involvement in drugs. Please. Listen. Think. Pray. Care. Help. Do something

  • 5LToro El Toro Post author

    so without a card in california i can smoke as long as it's in my property?

  • stevetrent williamson Post author

    Grow limit for medical card holders is 100 sq. feet of marijuana plants or 500 sq. feet of marijuana plants (in case the individual is caregiver to less than 5 patients). This is much higher than the 6 plant per residence limit applied on recreational marijuana users.
    Clearly, then, getting a medical card is definitely a much better option, considering that a medical card can also ensure tax savings up to 14%. |
    Try googling the term Online Medical Card and you'll be surprised at the number of legit websites in the industry.
    It is really delightful to see cannabis culture is witnessing such historic trend.

  • Gorilla Zombies Post author

    Texas needs help

  • PrincessAloeVera Post author

    It's Hemp or Cannabis, not Marijuana..

  • Wutha Phuk Post author

    the term "marijuana" is an insult.

  • Mark Thornton Post author

    Stop using the words pot and marijuana, cannabis is the correct word to use!!!

  • Brian Rappleye Post author

    In Utah the state regulates the sale of alcohol. I understand the state makes alot of money from that. They can use it as an example of how to regulate canibis. After all there is money to be made that will benifit all of us.

  • Outcast Outdoors - On a Fishin' Mission Post author

    I think all MMJ patients deserve compensation from the federal government.

  • Death Strider the Shadowscale Post author

    I hope marijuana dosent become legal I am deathly allergic to it same with cigarettes I swell up and get sick when I smell it so no to marijuana.

  • James Stubits Post author

    Smoking WEED is a GAMBLE with OUR LAWS…The 1 to 2 Hour Effect can still get you ARRESTED for D.U.I…2 or 3 WEEKS LATER…That's LEGAL PIRACY.

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  • Shane Keelinghamm Post author

    in cali if you wanna smoke during highschool you can get your parents to get you a medical marijuana card. otherwise if you're 18 you can sign yourself up for one without your parents knowing. its a little loop hole people take advantage of

  • Tonic Taz Post author

    in MICHIGAN
    😠🔥🗽
    The new age form of regulated prohibition.
    I'm all about (decriminalization), release of all past possessors.
    fully legalize hemp farming. or make cannabis fully legalized like a tomato without government regulations/over sight.
    clearly less dangerous than alcohol, but should be a personal informed choice till age 25 for the brain to fully develop first, mine didn't durrrrrr…….
    if it was legal alot of the appeal would be gone. look at Portugal on full legalization of all drugs and use dropped and money went to clinics to help people administer the drugs safely and try to persuade them to get clean instead of jail a non-profit. I want coca tea!… lol

    this is going to ruin it for small farmers or become phased out. it takes it out of the hands of the people(many) and into the hands of a few.
    goodbye passion and compassion, hello greed and neglect/impersonable care.

    this is for mega corporations like Bayer-Monsanto(Pharmaceutical, Chemical, Agricultural) to get involved and who knows how they'll taint it, (crazy, but could be their greatest depopulation tool or to keep us distracted). Bet your sweet ass it's coming.
    banksters to invest in. ones who can just drop a mil to set up shop.

    look at the small Agro farmers over the decades, they get subsidized by the government to grow mono toxic GE crops and they don't even eat what they grow. they have been squeezed out…. a big mac would actually cost $13 bucks without the subsidies. poverty doesn't happen, its by design!
    (watch "in search of balance" on Netflix) watch Joel Salatin about food freedom.

    I like the current medicinal system, yes it has flaws that can be improved, what doesn't. you can actually provide one on one care for your sick/dying patient/'s.
    (only problem i see currently is uneducated people getting in using what ever they want on it and making bad medicine, just for the love of the money and getting buzzed, giving it a bad wrap), dispensaries don't test for everything, but that goes back to "know your farmer"!
    what i don't like is the gray areas that exist currently and dispensaries were never(legal) official state law.
    also people get random friends/patients, pay for their cards just to fill the spots to get the 5+yourself x12 plants=72 plant limit and just sell the (illegal) excess cured weight (over 1lb labeled curing loophole) to dispensaries(Middleman) for cheap.
    yeah i get it, to get started, but then get actual real patients and make a difference, for the cause, giving it a good wrap and the respect the plant and sick deserve.

    who wants to pay 16% tax on top of the donation already?
    It's not like the grower isn't already liable to pay Fed & State tax on yearly earnings and into social security doubled/matched for self employment!
    I'm not sure how it works, if dispensaries pay sales tax and just include it in the donation price or if they are non-profits.
    (off topic- but did you know Facebook is a non-profit? just learned about it, shocker)

    I do think we need a higher plant license tho, like Canada or better yet up the patient limit or even make it tiers that you progress through so you can actually make a decent living.

    why all the different specializations certifications, regulations, inspectors, extra taxes?
    Its going to raise tax's/expenses on growers/production across the board many times over.
    county governments already get to decide if they want it or not.
    i thought testing was already done, should be a cert to look for and again "know your farmer", it is your personal responsibility to find out what goes into your body, not a created security sector(FDA,USDuhhh)!

    only pro i see is the hemp legalization!
    i don't hear a benefit. cons defiantly out weigh the pros and i already get all those benefits. once this happens, we probably cant roll back. Only if their was a true free market.

    Let our state be different !!!! Make a counter offer!
    i dunno but I'm voting NO unless convinced otherwise!

  • gizmo atplay Post author

    U LOSE UR RIGHTS TO BEAR ARMS WEN U GET THE CARD IN IHIO

  • Manuel B Post author

    I hate Florida honestly

  • tomforest2012 Post author

    The gov has always been the biggest importer of illegal drugs from day one . They have been getting huge amounts of money from the pill factories for a long long time , they protect the pill factory profits , keeping that evil weed down .

  • paleo mountain man Paleo Mountain man Post author

    Vermont went legal July 1st. You can't buy or sell cannabis only grow four personal plants.
    There are no jobs in socialist vermont and cannabis could help lots of people here. Let people grow and sell the plant as if it were legal. Help the farmers not lose their farms due to a high tax burden.

  • Mani GH Post author

    Recently I have had a few terrible experiences with US law enforcement while travelling and falling into the stigmatization of cannabis by such an ignorant and paranoid policy which borders between the sociopathic and the psychotic. The fact that I have been ridiculed, chastised, humiliated, and terribly limited from travelling to the US to continue my professional career and see friends and family of which has seriously affected how I develop my life and the quality of my research that I wish to develop and leave as a legacy to the world as my creativity transcends towards our future generations. Not only that, but it has traumatized me to my core and made me want to boycott everything American and/or come here and rant to the world how screwed up things are. All I am asking for is a measure of consistency, of reason and respect as adults (non-discriminatory to anyone regardless age and race particularly, non-criminal lifestyle, etc.) with ALL your policies. Is that to much to ask?

  • SouthBay RickyBobby Post author

    Trump is in support of lifting the federal ban on Marijuana. But with Congress wasting OUR time and resources it’ll never happen…. Trump is less republican, and more libertarian than people give him credit for. Congress needs to pull their heads out of their ass’s, stop all the phony investigations and start doing what we elect them for.

  • maria salas Post author

    Marijauna means maryjane in spanish lol not bad drugs lol wtf

  • This Week in Weed TV Post author

    • Marijuana is our safe word –
    • It is funny that in October 2018 – the word "Marijuana" (like "pineapple juice" for some) is a safe word. In 2016, here in Australia (the amazing country where if an animal is cute it might kill you and if it is not cute might kill you for saying it is not cute anyhow), we legalised Cannabis for medical use… yay.. At the same time that happened the Government did the unthinkable, they redefined what Cannabis is ..boo
    • Activists like me saw it happening and I was I thought lucky enough to get a sympathetic opposition health secretary MP (Member of parliament) on board and accepted my amendment into the Senate to better define what Cannabis is. The government just worked around it.
    • As a result, in Australia LEGAL MEDICAL CANNABIS (as defined into law) can be, "ANYTHING that acts like Cannabis, hemp, GMO, isolates, CBD, Pharmaceuticals, or synthetics" (as not even from a flipping plant). However REAL Cannabis is illegal in all states for all conditions, that leaves everything else other than Cannabis is now Cannabis… When pushed the governments just says "Cannabis is legal mate go away, we have issued 1375 scripts for Cannabis since 2016". The trouble is none of those 1375 got scripts for REAL Cannabis . Now other countries are facing the same problem as we speak such as New Zealand, and the UK. This allows governments globally to legalise Cannabis but not allow anyone to get the real thing. though not immune as some will say medical Marijuana… but that is rare Marijuana is still our safe word <3

  • Calvin's Vlogs Post author

    I live in North Dakota and now we’re about to legalize recreational weed 💕

  • Andrew Escalante Post author

    Marijuana sucks

  • Koko Lee Post author

    Got coke

  • Fatima C. Middleton Post author

    Reidsville, NC please Cause I'm brown skin lesbian!

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