Robert Platshorn served the longest sentence for any non-violent marijuana offense in US history: Thirty years in prison with no parole. It was all for smuggling tons of pot back in the 1970's when he went by the name Bobby Tuna. Magnolia Pictures has confirmed that they will bring Bobby to the Philadelphia Cine Fest on April 9th for a screening of this new documentary called Square Grouper that tells his story. Platshorn grew up right on South Street. This will mark his first trip back to the area since being released from prison.
First, it was lies - misinformation. The American public has been scammed, . intentionally! Don't forget; this drug user's constant harping on his obsession,. it's all about: his "right" to use pot recreation ally!
At least one reviewer has called this a"genius app" - and we're inclined to agree. Even though the program falls under the medical category, it is rated as"High Maturity". We agree and wonder whether the double-entendre of the rating was truly tongue-in-cheek or meaning. It's expected that minors (and perhaps even people under 21) shouldn't install this program! Being in the writing trade we encourage free speech, but parents should perhaps"police" like it their children' devices for apps like this or even worse.
This is also a true statement; he said it is indeed against federal law to use marijuana for any purpose at all, including medical. At one point in time, it was against the law for a woman or person of color to vote, or for a person with a dark skin to drink from the same water fountain as a person with fair skin. Just because a law is in place, does not mean it is a just law.
Chong went go to the website on to state that almost 20 U.S. states have legalized recreational marijuana because of the weed's health benefits. Currently, legislation is pending in 12 additional states to legalize recreational marijuana.
KQED reports that there is a program to strengthen enforcement of pot - a move that may signal seizure of property leased to cannabis club and marijuana operations. If medical marijuana is legal now, how can that be? Well, here's the rub - it's prohibited under federal statute, although legal in California.
"Look at the situation we're in now. Sequesters. Cuts. Everything cut across the board. Now, the government is tapped into the biggest cash crop in the world," Chong said.
Her ankle tripping has broken at New York's LaGuardia Airport. Democratic Senator Robert Byrd told her it reminded him of the time he broke his ankle tripping.