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Colorado wants to crackdown on home growers

Discussion in 'Marijuana News From Around The Globe' started by Joshua Coen, Dec 8, 2016.

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    Joshua Coen

    Joshua Coen New Member

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    According to this article Colorado is having a problem with weed that is grown legally but then sold on the black market. In my opinion Colorado should be focusing on more important things than weed being sold illegally.
     
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    rkymtnman

    rkymtnman Well-Known Member

    they want to do away with 99 plant counts and people forming co-ops to pool their plant counts together into huge grows.

    our neighbors kansas and nebraska need to worry about the meth and economic problems in their own back yards
     
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    SSHZ

    SSHZ Well-Known Member

    This came about because of numerous "close-by" states suing CO because of the massive amounts of CO grown pot being sold out of state without the government getting their taxes......
     
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    Nugachino

    Nugachino Well-Known Member

    Oh boo hoo. We gotta make our cash somehow. You fuck knuckles don't need need to watch our every bowel movement.
     
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    BobCajun

    BobCajun Well-Known Member

    The bill passed, it'll be 16 plants now instead of the very generous 99. Turns out no human can smoke 99 plants in any reasonable amount of time, like 5 years.
     
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    WitchDoctor

    WitchDoctor Member

    I can get 48lbs from 16 plants.... Fluxing a 25 gallon cloth pot...100% organic
     
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    greg nr

    greg nr Well-Known Member

    So at 4 # smoked/week, that's just about right. cough, cough.
     
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    jonsnow399

    jonsnow399 Well-Known Member

    62 Colorado people busted selling mj nationwide.
     
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    TacoMac

    TacoMac Well-Known Member

    That is the attitude of the typically stupid stoner with no clue that fucks everything up for everybody else.

    If Colorado doesn't crack down on illegal sales, the Federal Government can then negate Colorado's state law and once again make marijuana completely illegal in the state.

    If Colorado can't police it's own law and allows the interstate sales to continue, the Federal Government WILL step in. In fact, if you search my posting history you will find that I've warned against that very thing. That's the thing Jeff Sessions is BEGGING for.

    So is that what you really want to happen, or had your rather Colorado take care of it and keep it legal?

    It is, as I warned before, the idiot, brainless dope smokers desperate for a dollar that will and constantly do set back legalization by decades every single chance they get.

    Stop being so fucking greedy and ruining it for the rest of us!
     
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    Nugachino

    Nugachino Well-Known Member

    They should focus on the arseholes making all these drugs that put people into the ER. Rather than those of us growing a harmless plant.
     
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    TacoMac

    TacoMac Well-Known Member

    Wrong. Entirely.

    If Colorado's law is ever going to hold water for the long haul, they MUST come down hard on illegal sales. If they don't, and allow illegal sales to continue, then that proves the Federal Government is right and that States can't police it and as such have no jurisdictional or legal right to legalize it to begin with.

    In other words, it will be the end of any hope of ever legalizing marijuana anywhere in this country. Forever.

    Stop being stupid.
     
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    Nugachino

    Nugachino Well-Known Member

    I don't know about you. But I like my weed poison free.

    Also. Doesn't the government fuck you out of enough money already? Do they honestly have to have their fingers in this pie too?
     
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    greg nr

    greg nr Well-Known Member

    Not so much. If the feds want to seize control they can do it whenever they want. The Utah lawsuit is more than enough ammo, but they really don't need ANY justification. In the end it won't matter how diligent CO or any other state is in trying to keep people from selling without a license. Sessions will move either way. And he has all the laws he needs to move. Rec growing and legal consumption is in his sights. He is just marshaling resources.

    If you want to see a case where no fucks are given, look at homebrewing. It is federally legal to brew up to 5 gallons a year at home, and no, you can't sell it. But 5 gallons isn't even one batch for most homebrewers. When I brewed, I had about 5 or 6 five gallon soda kegs at any time. The ATF could have busted me and put me away for years.

    No fucks were given. I could have sold it to anyone over 21. I could have sold it at picnics or festivals (I knew friends who did). As long as the event had a license to serve, no fucks were given.

    But with weed, lots of fucks have lots to give. The states should just chill and be rational. Sure, bust the houses with hundreds of plants stealing power at the meter. That isn't home growing. It's commercial production. You can get busted for commercial farming at home if you aren't zoned for it. Same approach.
     
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    davethepothead

    davethepothead Well-Known Member

    It's a plant bro!!?? So the Gov goes from controlling the shit out of it to just controlling it? AGAIN. It's a plant. Anyone 21 and up should be able to produce an acceptable amount. And sell it/give it away to anther legal aged person. Next they'll tell you you can't grow tomatoes.
     
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    jonsnow399

    jonsnow399 Well-Known Member

    Yep,
    Yeh, but interstate sales brings more pressure to shut them down and also brings in the FBI
     
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    BRANDON77

    BRANDON77 Well-Known Member

    feds cant legalize because of the United Nations 1971 drug ban......same reason its illegal in amsterdam.
     
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    GrowGorilla

    GrowGorilla Well-Known Member

    Is or was the plant limit seriously 99? That is an insane amount of weed!
     
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    jonsnow399

    jonsnow399 Well-Known Member

    Shhh! Don't tell Canada!
     
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    BobCajun

    BobCajun Well-Known Member

    99 plants was essentially no limit at all, cuz who the hell can tend to more than 99 trees anyway?
     
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    Stealthstyle

    Stealthstyle Well-Known Member

    sog easy
     
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