Category Archives: weed
POT RECORDS WILL BE CLEARED: For decades, getting caught with a small amount of marijuana could put Illinois residents in jail for up to six months and perhaps worse. Gov. Pritzker’s signature on a law legalizing recreational weed includes a … Continue reading →
Another 100 people have suffered from severe bleeding and several have tested positive for a lethal ingredient used in rat poison in Illinois. — Read on metro.co.uk/2018/04/12/three-dead-smoking-fake-weed-laced-rat-poison-7460430/
The legalization of the possession and usage of recreational marijuana poses some real challenges for condo owner association boards. Among others, the challenges include: complying with both state and federal law addressing the differences between recreational and medical … Continue reading →
PREGNANT WOMEN SMOKING MORE POT: Marijuana use in pregnancy has doubled among U.S. women and is most common during the first trimester, government research shows. Overall, 7% of pregnant women, or 1 in 14, said they used marijuana in the … Continue reading →
WE NEED TO LEARN IN OUR THICK SKULLS THAT ITS THE PERSON WE VOTE FOR AND NOT THE PARTY….LOYALTY TO A PARTY IS A SICK JOKE, BOTH PARTIES ……..Each Political Party take their turns taking advantage of the voter. Shake-up … Continue reading →
With recreational marijuana becoming legal next year, there are a growing number of questions still to be answered. Here’s what you’re probably wondering… With recreational marijuana becoming legal next year, there are a growing number of questions still to be … Continue reading →
According to the CDC, more than 3.6 million middle and high school students used e-cigarettes over a 30-day span in 2018. That figure includes 4.9% of middle schoolers 20.8% of high schoolers. See the Leyden High School presentation on “vaping”.
Illinois police authorities will be in “a tough spot” when the recreational use of marijuana becomes legal on Jan. 1.
Illinois law-enforcement officials are “incredibly unprepared” for the potential upswing in impaired driving that could result from legalization of recreational use of marijuana. That view of the impact of House Bill 1438 came from a Chicago-area police officer spearheading a pilot program … Continue reading →
A Montgomery cancer patient who ordered 42 pounds of THC-infused chocolate to his home in 2014 began serving his 4-year prison term Friday, expressing his gratitude to the judge for accepting a guilty plea on a lesser charge. I happened … Continue reading →
Over the next nearly 17 months, Illinois Democrats will try to persuade voters to profoundly amend the Illinois Constitution. Call their proposal the “Pritzker Tax,” placed on the Nov. 3, 2020, ballot thanks to exclusively Democratic votes in the spring … Continue reading →