Reefer madness indeed: Are you a true American herbalist?

By, Jim Campbell

November 11, 2017

 

Come on true Americans, if you are inclined to partake of Marijuana, grow your own, we don’t want our money going to the governments at the state level.

If you choose to partake, do it the right way and show your colors.

This site in no way suggests that anyone smoke marijuana.

Those who smoke it daily, have been found to have similar lung cancer rates as those who smoke a pack or two of cigarrets.

It’s all about the tar.

Avoid it by eating cookies if you choose.

 

The State of Nevada’s Department of Taxation has issued a statement of emergency” amid a shortage of cannabis since the plant was legalized for recreational use at the beginning of this month.

The video below must be watched by all, especially those who have never partaken of the herb.

Between July 1 and 4, dispensaries made roughly $3 million in sales and generated as much as $1 million in tax revenue.
But the green rush has come with a shortage — one almost certainly created because of the way the licensing law, passed last year, was written.

“Based on reports of adult-use marijuana sales already far exceeding the industry’s expectations at the state’s 47 licensed retail marijuana stores, and the reality that many stores are running out of inventory, the Department must address the lack of distributors immediately.

 Some establishments report the need for delivery within the next several days.”  – Reno Gazette-Journal

To avoid a messy battle with the established liquor industry in the state, the backers of the Law, the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, accepted a campaign contribution from liquor vendors in exchange for including an 18-month period in which only liquor vendors could obtain distribution licenses. 

Taxation officials announced that Gov. Brian Sandoval had endorsed the department’s “statement of emergency,” allowing state officials to consider adopting an emergency regulation that could alleviate the shortage.

The regulation would allow the department to consider a larger pool of applicants for distribution licenses, licenses that permit the transport of recreational marijuana from the cultivation and packaging facilities to the dispensaries.

Maybe Nevada should consider bring in some old school, out of state distribution experts to consult on the situation:

     Rapper and Reefer Connoisseur, Mr. Snoop Doggy Doo
 Wait a minute, the new windfall for the sale of marijuana in Nevada is going to cause a shortfall in monies going toward education?
WTF?  What did they do before this windfall?
THE END

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