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February 27, 2014
We’re going to have to sell more weed.
Pueblo County Budget and Finance Director Cal Hamler • During a county finance meeting earlier this week, during which Hamler and his colleagues joked about the massive amount of revenue that recreational marijuana sales have already generated for Pueblo County. If the rest of the year’s sales match January’s pace, Pueblo will raise just over $11 million in tax revenue from the sale of recreational marijuana, about seven percent of the county’s total 2014 budget. (h/t The Smoking Section) source
14:43 // 4 months ago
August 8, 2013

Here’s our boy Sanjay talking about the joys of ganja.

19:28 // 11 months ago
19:22 // 11 months ago
May 16, 2013
The most significant differences between those who smoked marijuana and those who never or no longer did was that current smokers’ insulin levels were reduced by 16 percent and their insulin resistance (a condition in which the body has trouble absorbing glucose from the bloodstream) was reduced by 17 percent.
The Atlantic’s Lindsay Abrams, reporting on the results of a recent study on the health effects of marijuana. In addition, regular pot smokers were skinnier than those who abstained, “even after adjusting for factors like age, sex, tobacco and alcohol use, and physical activity levels,” and had higher levels of HDL (“good cholesterol”). source
11:38 // 1 year ago
May 8, 2013
Weed tax on the horizon: Colorado is set to become the first state in the nation to collect tax revenue from marijuana sales. Both chambers of the state legislature have passed legislation that would tax the substance—which is legal for recreational use in the state—and Governor John Hickenlooper is expected to sign it.  Asked what how the federal government will respond should the legislation take effect, a spokesman for the US Attorney’s office in Colorado said that the DOJ “is taking into consideration all aspects of this issue.” (Photo: Reuters) source

Weed tax on the horizon: Colorado is set to become the first state in the nation to collect tax revenue from marijuana sales. Both chambers of the state legislature have passed legislation that would tax the substance—which is legal for recreational use in the state—and Governor John Hickenlooper is expected to sign it.  Asked what how the federal government will respond should the legislation take effect, a spokesman for the US Attorney’s office in Colorado said that the DOJ “is taking into consideration all aspects of this issue.” (Photo: Reuters) source

19:20 // 1 year ago
April 4, 2013

Majority supports legalizing weed for first time in four decades

52% support marijuana legalization in a new Pew poll, compared with 45% who don’t. It’s the first national poll ever to show majority support for legalization.

18:18 // 1 year ago
December 7, 2012

hypervocal:

This is just scratching the surface for bad 2012s. 

CLICK HERE FOR 38 PEOPLE WHO HAD A WORSE 2012 THAN YOU.

Shockingly, people may have had a worse year than Romney tattoo guy.

17:51 // 1 year ago
November 26, 2012
The economic arguments in favor of legalizing pot are no hallucination. Forecasting firm IHS Global Insight reports that Washington state could pull down nearly $2 billion in additional revenue over five years, through fees on licenses granted to pot providers. Colorado, which would manage pot sales differently, could earn about $342 million from excise taxes over five years. In a tough economy, with voters staunchly opposed to most new taxes, that’s a meaningful amount of revenue.
Will Pot Be the Next Obama Stimulus Plan? (via usnews)

Could this be the new NORML?
10:37 // 1 year ago
May 1, 2012

911 call

As we hoped for earlier, here’s the 911 call of the guy who used the phrase “he took my weed” when talking to the dispatcher. Extra points for honesty.

19:16 // 2 years ago
11:06 // 2 years ago