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  • in reply to: Posting Instructions and Guide #27460

    Chase N
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    Great to have you join us, NurseNan! Congrats to legal weed coming soon in CA!

  • in reply to: I am in Alaska. ask me ???s #26988

    Chase N
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    How big do you think the industry will be when it’s fully fleshed out in AK? So total sales from farms, processors, and retailers annually.

  • in reply to: weed club benidorm #25495

    Chase N
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    Can you tell us more about cannabis in Slovenia? What’s the legal status? How long has your club been around? What else is there to do in the area?

  • in reply to: Smoking at High Altitudes #21708

    Chase N
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    I’d say it the biggest effect probably occurs due to the transition from sea level to over 5k elevation. Ripping a joint right when you land probably isn’t the best thing you could do, but if you drink plenty of water, I bet is fine. I’m guessing the majority of the side-effects are due to the change in elevation though! It’s hard being high! Here’s a list of shops near the airport.

  • in reply to: New smoker #19730

    Chase N
    Keymaster

    Hey Panda!

    Although California legalized in November, shops won’t be opening up until 2018. Your best bet would be to visit either Oregon or Washington to purchase legally. You could also check out craigslist, but I would warn you against it. Craigslist can be pretty sketchy. You can check out our cannabis friendly lodging options in California and our legal marijuana guide for California. I hope these resources help!!

  • in reply to: If I was arrested for pot before it was legalized…. #19463

    Chase N
    Keymaster

    I would say that you would need to show up for court no matter what. I would get a good lawyer though because you probably have a better case now than if the state didn’t vote to legalize recreational. The problem is that under current laws, it’s still illegal to sell outside of a state licensed store. Since there’s no state licensed rec stores opened up yet, they can still prosecute you. For more information about the current state of the law, check out our Marijuana information pages for Nevada. Best of luck. I’m sorry to hear about your situation.

  • in reply to: How many dispensaries are there in California? #19461

    Chase N
    Keymaster

    Currently there are no recreational shops opened up yet, but there is a plethora of medical dispensaries. Check out our map and directory for a list, or use our marijuana information page for more information about recreational cannabis!

  • in reply to: Looking for help #19459

    Chase N
    Keymaster

    I was there 2 years ago, and my wife and I didn’t have any luck. To get a medical card you have to be a resident, and even then, there’s no medical dispensaries on the island yet as far as I’m aware. We did have a guy at a surf shop that was willing to help us out, but we weren’t going to be there when he got off work to meet up with him. Good luck. Feel free to reference our other Hawaii marijuana information resource for more information.

  • in reply to: How Do I Buy Washington D.C. Marijuana? #19104

    Chase N
    Keymaster

    Hi Everone,

    Chase with Kush Tourism here. It sounds like shops are not able to sell to travelers with out of state medical marijuana cards quite yet. The problems is with the Point of Sale system. They need to track total sales to individual patients because you’re not supposed to be able to purchase more than 4 oz/ 30 days. Seems like a strange issue to be holding things up, but sales will start as soon as these new Point of Sale systems are in place. Please post here if you hear anything different! We will continue to update our WA DC Marijuana Information page and this forum with updates.

    Thanks,

    Chase

  • in reply to: Nevada anticipate stores opening up January 1, 2018. #18612

    Chase N
    Keymaster

    I think you would be amazed at how hard the state has to work to regulate a whole new industry under new laws. They do not invest in the implementation until the law has passed which hopefully will happen this November. Ideally they will be open in January of 2017, but in Washington it took much longer!


  • Chase N
    Keymaster

    I just contacted a couple of our tourism partners in Colorado! I’m sure they can help out! I hope you have a great vacation and get to do plenty of dancing 😉

    Chase Nobles
    Kush Tourism

  • in reply to: Buying CBD Oil in Colorado #18007

    Chase N
    Keymaster

    Hey Shaun,

    I finally have an answer for you.

    This is straight from Joey the owner of Ajoya in Colorado:

    “There are medicinal strains on the retail market as well as the medical market. Some centers carry them and some don’t. At Ajoya, we grow Harla-Tsu (last tested at 9% CBD & 6% THC) and Canna-Tsu (last tested at 21% CBD & 1% THC). And we generally process some of it into oil as well. We also have a variety of other infused CBD products. ”

    I hope this helps. Have a great trip out to Colorado!

  • in reply to: Posting Instructions and Guide #17870

    Chase N
    Keymaster

    Hey Azlbet,

    Stoked you’re here! I can’t wait to hear about your experiences. Our community is still relatively young so I’m glad you’re enjoying it. Have you done a post about one of your recent travels? I’d love to read it if you have.

    Thanks,

    Chase

  • in reply to: How Do I Invest #17650

    Chase N
    Keymaster

    I would proceed with caution due to the lack of regulation in the state. I would say Oregon is a safer bet legally.

  • in reply to: requirements to starting up a dispensary in maine #17649

    Chase N
    Keymaster

    These are the two rules that I found. We have more information on our Maine Marijuana Information page.

    6.9.2.1 Documentation of current state residency shall be maintained in the
    personnel files of principal officers and board members and shall
    include, but not be limited to, a copy of a Maine driver’s license or
    other state-issued photo identification and physical home address (not
    mailing address) in Maine.

    6.9.2.2 To maintain Maine residency status, each principal officer and board
    member of the dispensary must spend in the aggregate more than 183
    days of the year in Maine.

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