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Dragon Chewer Marijuana Stash Jar | Cannabis Grinder Container Review

Dragon Chewer Marijuana Grinder Jar / Container Review While stopping by the +The Herbal Center, a Denver Dispensary on Broadway I came aross this MMJ innovation in the blossoming Colorado cannabis industry.  After requesting an eighth of White Shark medical marijuana, a caregiver onsite at the time handed me my cannabis in a Dragon Chewer medical marijuana grinder jar.  At first site the Dragon Chewer bud grinder container appears no different than the standard, plastic squeeze top cannabis jars used by most medical marijuana dispensaries in Colorado .   Closer examination of the bud grinder jar reveals that the Dragon Chewer cannabis container is in fact much more than a simple plastic, squeez-top medical marijuana jar.  In fact, with the introduction of the Dragon Chewer medical marijuana grind container, the days of paying $40+ for a quality stash jar are over.     As you can see in the pictures, the side of the pop top that faces the inside the Dragon Chewer

Elizabeth Medical Marijuana Dispensary | Alpine Medical | Colorado Dispensary Review

Alpine Medical LLC  Medical Marijuana Dispensary Review from Alpine Medical, LLC Marijuana Dispensary Information: Address:  724 E Kiowa Ave.   Elizabeth, CO 80107-7930 US Phone: (303) 646-3392 View Larger Map Find More Information on Medical Marijuana Dispensaries, Caregivers, Cannabis Strains, and New Marijuana Laws.

Helicopters Remove $1M Marijuana from Boulder County - Boulder Daily Camera

$1 Million of Marijuana Plants Seized with Police Helicopters from Boulder Growing Operation The Boulder County Sheriff's Office, with the help of the Colorado National Guard, spent much of Wednesday removing about 7,500 uprooted marijuana plants -- worth more than $1 million -- from a remote area west of Lyons and destroying the plants at an undisclosed location.  Read the Full Story Here.

New Mexico Proposes Changes to Medical Cannabis Trade - BusinessWeek

New Mexico Proposes Changes to Medical Cannabis Trade - BusinessWeek New Mexico wants to raise fees on producers of medical marijuana in order to better fund administration of the states program, operated by the New Mexico Department of Health, which helps to control, protect and regulate the medical marijuana industry in New Mexico. The new regulations proposed by the New Mexico Department of Health aims to increase the application fee on would-be producers from the current $100 to $1,000 and establish an annual fee on the licensed nonprofit organizations that grow medical marijuana. Read the full story HERE

BBC News - Gang jailed for cannabis haul

BBC News - Scotland Gang jailed for £3m Mannabis Haul Four men involved in one of Scotland's largest illegal drug operations have been jailed. John McHugh, 54; Joseph Boland, 54; Martin Gray, 41; and Garry Ralph, 38, all admitted being involved in the supply of cannabis resin. Police welcomed their prison terms, which ranged from three to five years. The High Court in Glasgow heard they were caught following a surveillance operation in Paisley in July 2009. Read the Full Story at BBC NEWS

Colorado Medical Marijuana Laws Heat Up | Litigation Project Formed

DOR Draft Rules Released - Litigation Project Formed For immediate release: Aug. 31, 2010 Dept. of Revenue Reveals Draft Rules for MMJ Industry Patient and Caregiver Rights Litigation Project Formed Click here for VIDEO and PHOTOS: http://www. legal/rules/dor/ Denver: The Colorado Department of Revenue released 92 pages of draft  rules for the medical marijuana industry last week. The DOR will use these  draft rules as a basis to form permanent rules for the medical marijuana  industry. Click here to read the draft rules (PDF file): The draft rules were revealed on Friday, August 27, 2010 at the first  "workgroup" meeting of 25 people who will "give guidance" to the Department  of Revenue on their rulemaking process. This was the same workgroup meeting  that the DOR tried to hold in private, until CTI pressured the DOR to obey  the Open Meetings Act (Sunshine Law) and open the meeting to the public. About 7

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