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  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Tacoma #12837
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    I have a cousin who attended ministry school in Tacoma for a year or so. I’d go up to visit him periodically and was very happy to find a little spot right behind that campus that nobody seems to know about. It’s just past the round-a-bout on Stevens St. You’ll see a little gravel area where you can pull off if you’re driving. There ‘s a trail that goes down to a neat little nook in the forest. Always very serene and private. Enjoy!

    in reply to: Where to Smoke Marijuana in Seattle #12832
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    Seattle has tons of great outdoor spaces but, it can be hard to find privacy in any of them. One of my favorite places to chill, relax and reflect is in Alki Beach Park. To me the park itself doesn’t seem nearly as crowded as the others. Personally, I like to walk all the way out to the head, build a bonfire, and wash the water on Elliott Bay. Super relaxing and secluded.

    in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Spokane #12828
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    The Moore Turner Heritage Gardens are a great spot. As a bonus, they are located right off of Cliff Drive, which locals and tourists alike recognize as the best view of Spokane. The Heritage Garden has, as one would expect, beautiful foliage. But, it also offers great seclusion. One of my favorite spots is near the west end of the pond. Always calm, always quiet, always beautiful.

    in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Portland #12826
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    Sauvie Island is probably one of the most chill places I’ve ever spent a day smoking. Boxed in between the Columbia and Willamette Rivers, the island is huge and has a nature preserve, lots of trails, and astounding views. When I’m looking for seclusion, getting to my favorite spot involves leaving the Oak Island Trail, cutting through the grass field, and finding a nice big rock to sit on at Steelman Lake. This place is super mellow and peaceful.

    in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Bellingham #12816
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    One of my favorite places to just mellow out and smoke is at the tiny Baker Hotsprings. The area, nestled off of Baker Lake-Grandy Lake Road, is super secluded and just stunning. The springs are located at the base of Mr Baker, surrounded by large pine trees. The springs invoke different feelings, depending on the time of day you visit. In the morning, it’s as if Spring is all around you. Stay there until (or after) dusk and it takes on an eery and haunting feel.

    in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Bend #12799
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    One of my favorite spots to smoke in Bend is Farewell Bend Park. It’s more secluded than the popular Drake Park and at least as beautiful. The Deschutes River runs through the park and it’s easy to find less populated trails that lead into the woods. I’ve spent many an afternoon smoking and gazing out at the river, completely undetected. Follow the trail southeast from the Boat Trailer parking lot, towards the Snake River Reservoir, and you’ll find just what you’re looking for.

    in reply to: What Are Washington Marijuana Laws For Tourists? #13108
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    The laws are the same for tourists, as for residents. Anyone 21 years or older, in Washington State, may purchase and hold up to 1 ounce of useable marijuana, up to 16 ounces of marijuana infused product, like brownies, and up to 72 ounces of liquid marijuana product. Paraphernalia is also legal. You can partake on private property, away from the view of the general public. Do remember, that some hotels are non-smoking and if they don’t allow tobacco smoke, they won’t allow marijuana smoke, either.

    in reply to: Is There a Connecticut Marijuana Tax? #13200
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    Recreational marijuana is not legal to buy in Connecticut, but you can buy medical marijuana from a licensed dispensary if you have a prescription for it. When you legally buy medical marijuana in Connecticut, you pay a sales and use tax of 6.35%. This tax isn’t only for marijuana but applies to most retail sales of goods in Connecticut. There is also a tax levied for illegal possession of marijuana, which is $3.50 per gram.

    in reply to: How Did Washington Legalize Marijuana? #13220
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    The first step was the Federal Recognition of State Cannabis Laws, by which Washington voters opted to legalize marijuana in November 2012. The second step was to repeal or restructure the Controlled Substances Act.
    The third step was to repeal Section 280E of the Federal Tax Code with a simple tweak
    Step 4 was to allow equal access to the Financial System along with establishing equal treatment for cannabis businesses under federal tax laws.
    Step 5 involved implementing Alternative Regulatory Structure by drafting, passing, and executing new laws regarding the decriminalization / legalization of cannabis.

    in reply to: Can I Fly With Marijuana In Nevada? #13262
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    In Nevada medical marijuana has been legal since in 2000, you can have up to an ounce with no problems. Keep in mind that the recreational laws have not yet been approved so you will still need a medical license to have the stuff. If you are a non patient then you can get a fine of $600 or more for your first offense up to an ounce. If you have over 2 ounces you can go to jail. For flying on a plain you cannot do this even if you have medical license to have the stuff. This is probably because it is being transported and so you are potentially taking it into different states with different laws.

    in reply to: Can I Fly With Marijuana In Michigan? #13343
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    No, you cannot fly anywhere with marijuana. Commercial airports and airlines are under Federal jurisdiction. Marijuana remains illegal under Federal law and the TSA does not respect local law. Where you are flying does not matter as the marijuana becomes illegal as soon as you enter a commercial airport. The TSA may just warn you, but they also could prosecute you.

    in reply to: How To Get A Oregon Marijuana License? #13444
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    To start a business or dispensary in Oregon that sells marijuana or edibles, THC products etc. There is a 250$ application fee, and a $4750 license fee. Both non-refundable. The paperwork and needed info can be found at the state’s webpage. If you are looking to cultivate plants, the application fee is the same, but the license fee may vary based on the number of plants. There is Tier one license of $3,750 and Tier two for $5,750. Local municipalities and cities may have varying laws from the state.

    in reply to: How Do I Buy Delaware Marijuana? #13460
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    Although smoking weed in Delaware is still quite illegal you can get some medical marijuana from various stores across Delaware; one place is the First State Compassion Center which is open every day except Friday and is also legal (but im not sure if you can get it without a prescription of some sort).

    in reply to: How Much Does Nevada Marijuana Cost? #13485
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    The price for a gram of marijuana in Las Vegas Nevada is 10 dollars. T

    in reply to: How Do I Buy Colorado Marijuana? #13500
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    All you need is an ID showing that you are at least 21 years of age. If you have that then you can buy marijuana at any approved dispensary. You can use a website such as weedmaps.com to find a good dispensary. Ask the employees which strains are the best. They can give you a white bag to put the marijuana in your car when you’re driving. Remember that you can’t smoke in a public place. And don’t drive while high.

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