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Colorado Legalizes Marijuana (11 pics)

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Federal legalization is just a matter of time?

1 Colorado Legalizes Marijuana (11 pics)


2 Colorado Legalizes Marijuana (11 pics)


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4 Colorado Legalizes Marijuana (11 pics)


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6 Colorado Legalizes Marijuana (11 pics)


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10 Colorado Legalizes Marijuana (11 pics)


11 Colorado Legalizes Marijuana (11 pics)


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№1 Author: Greennauta_ (3 Jan 2014 04:06) Total user comments: 486


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HOLYMAMA!!! I CANT BELIEVE!!! :44: :21:
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№2 Author: Buacks (3 Jan 2014 04:50) Total user comments: 1325


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So happy... Wish I was there... :78:
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№3 Author: No1 (3 Jan 2014 05:49) Total user comments: 1345


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Depending on how this goes, we could start seeing other states following suit within a couple of years.
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№4 Author: kryptor (3 Jan 2014 09:18) Total user comments: 4510


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sry quote wiki, but

In 1975, Alaska removed all penalties for possession (not sale) of cannabis under 4 ounces in one's residence or home. Also, the ruling allowed up to 24 private, noncommercial growing plants. Sale of less than 28.349 grams is a misdemeanor, punishable by up to a year in jail and up to a $5,000 fine;[2] at the time, in most states sale of less than 28.349 grams was a felony offense. 2006 court rulings have upheld the legal status of private possession up to the one ounce level relating to the particulars in that specific legal challenge. This leaves the one to four ounce range, and the live plant totals in a confused legal status, presumably involving criminal consequences.

With the 1975 Ravin v. State decision, the Alaska Supreme Court declared the state's anti-drug law unconstitutional with respect to possession of small amounts of cannabis, holding that the right to privacy guaranteed by the Constitution of Alaska outweighed the state's interest in banning the drug.[3] Ravin continues to be followed since the Alaska constitution has not been amended to prohibit, or permit the prohibition of, less than 28.349 grams of cannabis, an anti-cannabis initiative passed in 1990 and an anti-cannabis piece of legislation passed in 2006 remain inoperative.[4][5][6] This allows possession of fewer than 25 plants in one's residence or home. The sale or delivery of marijuana is still considered a crime.
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