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By "Radical" Russ Belville on May 13, 2012
Idaho has some of the toughest statutes in the nation regarding paraphernalia and simple pot smoking. Merely being in a place where people smoke pot is a misdemeanor worth 3 months in jail. If you are found to be stoned in public, you can get 6 months in jail. Being caught with a pot pipe (with no pot) can get you a year in prison. If you’re caught with some pot, there’s another year in prison. If you do any of this around a child, the crimes rise to a felony with 5 years in prison. Selling pipes, bongs, grinders, and kief boxes in Idaho is a felony worthy of nine years in prison and a $30,000 fine.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on October 28, 2011
So, we’re to assume here it was the K2 that scarred the boys lungs and not the freakin’ fumes from the melting plastic of a PEZ dispenser?!?
By "Radical" Russ Belville on June 13, 2011
Terry Nelson from LEAP on drug war’s 40th anniversary; Jennifer Alexander from OCTA 2012 on bill to double medmj fees in Oregon; music by Chiddy Bang
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By "Radical" Russ Belville on March 30, 2010
(1) It is unlawful for any person to offer for sale at retail any of the items listed in subsection (2) unless such person: (a) Has a retail tobacco products dealer permit. The provisions of this chapter apply to any person that offers for retail sale any of the items listed in subsection (2); (b) Derives at least 75 percent of its annual gross revenues from the retail sale of cigarettes, cigars, and other tobacco products; or (c) Derives no more than 25 percent of its annual gross revenues from the retail sale of the items listed in subsection (2).
By Paul Armentano on March 11, 2010
Assemblyman Tom Ammiano (D-San Francisco) has introduced legislation to reform statewide penalties regarding the possession and sale of certain ‘drug paraphernalia’ items.
As introduced, Assembly Bill 1811 would amend the state’s definition of ‘drug paraphernalia’ to exclude items associated with the use of medical marijuana. You can read the full text of the bill here.
The measure is presently before the Assembly Committee on Public Safety, which is scheduled to hear testimony on the bill on Tuesday, March 23.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on January 27, 2010
The former Gretna resident was arrested earlier this month after Sarpy County Sheriff’s investigators connected him to about 90 “how-to-smoke-marijuana” videos on YouTube that also feature Johnson’s sons. Lt. Steve Grabowski said the videos — filmed over a 16-month period that ended about two months ago — show Johnson rolling joints and smoking marijuana from pipes and bongs with his two sons, ages 20 and 17.
By "Radical" Russ Belville on November 28, 2009
(Jacksonville.com) TALLAHASSEE — It might not solve the state’s budget crisis, but a bipartisan pair of lawmakers think they’ve found another item that should be taxed: the bong. Sen. Steve Wise, R-Jacksonville, and Rep. Darryl Rouson, D-St. Petersburg, have both filed legislation that would subject a range of pipes often used to smoke crack or [...]
By "Radical" Russ Belville on April 29, 2009
What the hell is going on in Crestview, Florida? Are they running some sort of “blabber to the police” special I haven’t heard about? Is there some sort of mad cow disease running rampant among the young? Have evil scientists secretly created bud hybrids than make you extra stupid? (NW Florida Daily News) CRESTVIEW — [...]
By "Radical" Russ Belville on February 12, 2009
As many as eight people have been arrested on drug charges in an effort to build a marijuana possession case against Olympic swimming champion Michael Phelps, an attorney for one of the defendants confirmed this morning. Longtime Columbia attorney Dick Harpootlian said Richland County Sheriff’s deputies arrested his client – whom he declined to identify [...]
By "Radical" Russ Belville on February 11, 2009
(Emphasis mine to highlight the parts that shock me the most.) WILKES-BARRE, Pa. – For years, the juvenile court system in Wilkes-Barre operated like a conveyor belt: Youngsters were brought before judges without a lawyer, given hearings that lasted only a minute or two, and then sent off to juvenile prison for months for minor offenses. The explanation, [...]