Tahlequah businesses busted for selling synthetic marijuana

Two businesses in Tahlequah and one in Wagoner were busted for selling synthetic marijuana. One of them had been busted for the same crime in November. Now one woman is on a mission to get such businesses shut down

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Unwashed Mass - 3/5/2013 10:31 AM
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I think the (long-winded) message here is that this problem will disappear once marijuana laws are reformed.

Unwashed Mass - 3/5/2013 10:28 AM
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Could confusing this with marijuana be a tactic to make people afraid of legalized medical marijuana?

Mayor Maynot - 3/5/2013 3:39 AM
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Y back in the day hemp was used for rope. DuPont was experimenting with polymers (then waste from petroleum distillation. DuPont extruded the nylon fibers andHe went all the way into court (that shows some good sense) he no doubt got scared knowing that they would send him away from that room to clean up his little act then he could walk out and become a citizen again. He's gonna pay a little more. How much probably depends on how he holds himself once he sees a judge. Good luck man try to be good to yoursel made rope. Shippers being the regular square knots that they were known to be felt if it isn't broke don't fix it. DuPont viewed hemp as an obstacle. So he hired lobbyists to convince congress that hemp was an evil drug that causes the user to go crazy. If you are real upset, burn one. Younwill probably forget about your immediate worries and stay focused on a good sweet snack.

malcolmkyle - 3/5/2013 2:16 AM
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Legally regulated manufacture, distribution and consumption of marijuana is coming to a state near you in 2013: CALIFORNIA “These laws just don't make sense anymore. It’s shocking, from my perspective, the number of people that we all know who are recreational marijuana users… these are incredibly upstanding citizens: Leaders in our community, and exceptional people.” —Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom (preparing the way for Governor Jerry Brown to initiate proceedings to legalize and regulate marijuana through the state legislature) HAWAII On January 18th, 2012, House Speaker Joseph Souki and majority leader Scott Saiki introduced legislation that would allow people 21 or older to buy possess and consume small amounts of marijuana for personal use. The bill also authorizes marijuana retail stores and cultivation, manufacturing, and testing facilities. Recent polls show that Hawaii residents are increasingly in favor of ending cannabis prohibition, the most recent found that 57% of Hawaii voters believe marijuana should be regulated, taxed, and legal for adults. MAINE Maine's legislature is moving on a legalization-and-regulation bill that could bring the state $8 million a year in new revenue. ''The people are far ahead of the politicians on this. Just in the past few weeks we've seen the culture shift dramatically.'' —Rep. Diane Russell of Portland, District 120 (Occupation: Public Relations Consultant) NEW YORK "Today, marijuana possession is the number one arrest in New York City." citing the harmful outcomes of these arrests – racial disparities, stigma, fiscal waste, criminalization – and calling on the legislature to act:  “It’s not fair, it’s not right. It must end, and it must end now.” —New York Governor Andrew Cuomo NEVADA "Thinking we're not going to have it is unrealistic. It's just a question of how and when" —Assemblyman Richard (Tick) Segerblom of Las Vegas, elected to the Nevada State Senate in 2012
 
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