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Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Thriving in Colorado | The NORML Stash Blog

I am the producer of The NORML Network, the host of the NORML SHOW LIVE and The NORML Stash Blog, and NORML's Outreach Coordinator. I'm married, live in Portland, Oregon, and I am a registered medical marijuana caregiver in this state. I've worked days as an IT geek and nights as a professional musician. Previously, I have been the host of my own political talk radio show on satellite radio. I've been the High Times "Freedom Fighter of the Month" and I travel across the country to educate people on marijuana reform. I've dedicated my life to bringing an end to adult marijuana prohibition and re-legalizing cannabis hemp, and I'm honored to be chosen by NORML to give voice to the Marijuana Nation and to speak for those who can't speak up.


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16 responses to “Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Thriving in Colorado”

  1. Valerija

    All material copied from another supply

  2. MedicinalMe

    I like this guys attitude. I have no problem with it being legal for everyone. However, your supposed fellowship will never give up their 400oz, for a weed that was so abundant in the United States it still grows wild in the Midwest. The greed factor is in and that means any chance of legalization is going to be out. As for tha a-hole who said shouldn’t stoners get paid as much as a Doctor or union plumber, 400oz for watching the grass grow is a lot more then any Doctor or union plumber I know. So it is illegal and when they overcharge that opens up Federal Prosecution. Since all the states used providing inexpensive and alternative medication for those truly in need. Meanwhile a bunch of snot nosed Yuppies seem to think that means a free pass to get stoned for that hangnail. Man I hope their is a God so he can send all the scumbags that are taking advantage of us people who are truly in pain back to swim in their own body fluids while choking on their imagined air of superiority. I gave my spine during Desert Storm and then got runover by a school bus and I will sue in Federal Court before I pay over a $100 an oz.

  3. BC'sBud

    Up in BC it goes for $25-35 per 1/8 or $180-250 per ounce. Our labour costs are higher than the US’s (waitresses get paid $8 plus tips ; )

    Alot of greedy people making money… but prices are sure to drop

  4. Tom

    To Joan Burke. Why, of course. Space Kake, cannabis Crispies, Tinctures and Many more edible pot oddities do rightfully exist. Feel free to find out more!

  5. Joan Burke

    I have Glaucoma and if my doctor gives me a RX for Medical MJ can I get a product that is edible? I do not smoke and never have.
    Also, what is the price and how is it packaged?

    Please let me know. This is a legitimate request.

    Thank you

    JTaiChi77@aol.com

  6. RUNorml

    All I ever wanted was to make a fair living, doing what I love to do. At the moment I do what I love to do for free. I eagerly await the day that my reasonably priced produce can compete “right in front of god and everybody” against other producers who are just as proud of their crop as I am of mine, you know, just like the vineyards.
    I’ve paid my dues, made every effort to give this emerging industry a heart and soul and all I want is to be the proprietor of a reknowned cannyard.
    X.X. Xxxxxxxx
    Proprietor
    Bear Ass Creek Farms

  7. michael wolf segal

    It’s grown indoors, among other reasons, because there is no way to exercise the same control over all growth factors outside as there is inside. To do it properly, indoors, requires extremely costly equipment and a lot more labor . A bottle of plonk, at $4.oo is not the same as a bottle of Le Montrachet at several hundred dollars per bottle. I absolutely agree that prices are artificially high as a result of prohibition but I don’t believe that world-class cannabis will ever retail for much less than the low end of current black market prices. Right now, in Oregon, this is about 25% higher than it was 20 years ago. Russ, you and I both know that except for a very few rich men most of the money which has funded reform has come from black market cannibusinessmen. I will cite Tom Forcade as the easiest example to think of. As to being a POW, if it wasn’t for the dealer…with the love grass in his hand…there wouldn’t be a whole lot of folks in the movement, and I don’t believe the wad that went to my lawyer had anything to do with NORML.

  8. Bear Bait

    :loco: The only way the price will come down is legalization :guitar: GET UP, STAND UP, STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS. DON’T GIVE UP THE FIGHT :munch: :blunt: :stoned:

  9. RUNorml

    I tried, Russ, to distribute at a fair price which covered my costs and a modest profit. What happened was that I soon found my product on the street at the going rate. All my “friends” were soon out and wanting more and they all had new toys.
    Now I just give it away, but only as much as you can carry out in your head.
    The black market will always determine prices.
    The road to hell is paved with good intentions.

  10. WakeUpDead

    I do agree $420 for an OZ in a medical dispensary, the point of this was, pot is better medicine, safer and to cut cost to the sick and dying, at least cheaper than pills/Big Pharm. On top[ of that the whole movement is preaching a fall in prices so much so that the cartels won’t want to even mess with it, am I missing something? They are just as bad as the Rite Aid selling Big Pharms pills at $100 for 10! Why even bother then go back to the streets and forget this whole movement.

    Believe me my 10 acres in KY will be full if and when they allow it and I just may give it away for say $200 a pound, considering 10 acres would net me about, um thousands of pounds! I would even supply the local Med shop for free, just as a community supporter. So everyone come to KY and make it happen, I’ll set my place up and we all can have $200 a pound prices, all day every day! FYI that’s $12.50 an ounce, I’m not greedy, I want all to have pot and all to pay a fair price for it, are we not all in this together, why are we profiting off of ourselves? Something is wrong here and it’s going to destroy our movement faster than the prohibitionists will.

  11. Bosco3d

    I think with taxs and all. A pack of 20 Sativa Lights with 18% potancy , with 1.5 grams per cig. should cost no more than say $19.95. :-)

  12. michael wolf segal

    it seems to me that you’re disregarding the rather high, @ $80 per ounce it costs to grow toxin free cannabis organically indoors, this does not include anything for labor. what is the average markup for any other organic produce from farmer to end consumer? shouldn’t someone who has risked their freedom for decades to learn their craft get paid as well as a doctor or union master plumber?

  13. bob

    what’s that name oh ya Carpetbaggers

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