With so much political and social momentum, it may seem like marijuana is on a roll right now – and it totally is. There’s still one big hurdle to jump: Even if cannabis is legal at the state level, it’s still illegal at the federal level. That tension is making our transition to a new administration even more confusing – and terrifying for marijuana advocates. All of this goes back to the Controlled Substances Act, passed in 1970, explains Amanda Reiman, manager for marijuana law and policy at the Drug Policy Alliance. At the time, President Nixon recommended putting marijuana in schedule 1, the most restrictive level, which indicated that it had no medical use and a high potential for addiction.
Even more confusing than that is that the purview of various aspects of drugs has gone back and forth between federal and state governments. Traditionally, the federal government gets to decide what is and isn’t legal, but how severely we want to punish people for more minor violations of those laws has been up to individual states. So recent marijuana legalization has really blurred those historical dividing lines. Essentially, all of the state marijuana programs – both medical and otherwise – only exist at all because the federal government is allowing them to exist. There’s really no guarantee that the federal government will continue to respect those states’ decisions.
That’s why marijuana advocates are so nervous about the surprises the oncoming Trump presidency may bring – especially the potential confirmation of notoriously anti-marijuana Senator Jeff Sessions as Attorney General. It’s also why we still have to have a disclaimer on all of our marijuana-related articles – even if you’re living in a weed-legal state, that’s not a guarantee that marijuana is actually legal.
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Join us Friday at the Native Plant Nursery in Alton Baker Park to learn something new about native plants from Kelsey Irvine, host of the Native Plant Nursery work parties. Make new friends while seed collecting and weeding around the natives as they advance into the summer season. Learn gardening techniques and meet other passionate plant lovers at this weekly work party in the Rhododendron Garden. Join our work party every in the native plant garden at Hendricks Park. Learn about the Willamette Valley native plants and their uses while supporting the garden’s continued growth.
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Speed Weed Marijuana Delivery
Home delivery is how Hollywood’s elite have been receiving their medical marijuana for years. Remember to upload a copy of your doctor’s medical marijuana recommendation and photo ID. We will email you when you have been accepted into our collective. For cities that only support medical cannabis, a patient using any marijuana delivery service is strongly advised to have a state-issued DHS card for maximum protection under the law. SpeedWeed delivery times vary depending on time of day, traffic and weather.
SpeedWeed the only marijuana delivery service to carry Herbal Eats™, Running Leaf™ and Bud Ninja™ edibles exclusively. For members in areas where adult use is permitted, you must be above 21 years of age and possess a valid photo ID. For members in areas allowing only medical cannabis, patients must have a current medical marijuana recommendation from a licensed doctor. Please have your documents ready when receiving your marijuana delivery. All marijuana recommendations will be verified with your doctor before your account is approved.
SpeedWeed provides legal, discreet marijuana delivery throughout California. A percentage of all orders go towards charities that support medical cannabis research and to groups like NORML and Americans for Safe Access who work hard on behalf of all medical marijuana patients. You should join and support these groups, too! SpeedWeed Marijuana Delivery can provide your medicine in a way no other service can: quickly, quietly and discreetly. Marijuana delivery is not available in all areas due to some cities/counties having regressive rules and ordinances.