Monsanto GM marijuana

Voting for medical marijuana is like voting for your power company to expand in lieu of promoting individual solar electricity on your own house.

It has supposedly been in the works for years now, but you’ve likely not heard of it – Monsanto Marijuana. Allegations abound that Monsanto and George Soros have planned to unveil GMO cannabis in Uruguay, the first country to legalize the sale, cultivation, and possession of marijuana earlier this year.

Could Monsanto have the same plans for the US?

CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta officially climbing on board the Green Express by saying that he believes it has legitimate medicinal properties - the nationwide legalization of marijuana is less of a hope and more of an inevitability.

Just like having solar panels on every roof voting for legal growing of 5-6 plants is the superior strategy.



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Comment by Minister Mike on January 25, 2015 at 12:45pm

What you need to know before you grow marijuana in Oregon

home growers face some restrictions under the new law.

-- It remains a felony to grow marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school. Leland Berger, a Portland lawyer who advises marijuana businesses, said medical marijuana patients and growers may, however, grow on registered grow sites near schools.

-- If you’re growing in your yard, plants should be behind a fence or another barrier. It’s a violation – the equivalent of a traffic ticket – to grow in public view.

-- Under the new law, local communities can go through the process of opting out of licensed and regulated marijuana production, processing and sales, but local governments cannot ban home grows. If you live in a community that opts out of the licensed recreational marijuana industry, residents may still consume, possess and grow marijuana at home.

-- You can give away marijuana – and clones – but you cannot sell either unless you are licensed by the state.

“You can use it, you can share it with other adults, but that’s it,” said Dave Kopilak, a Portland lawyer who helped draft the new law. 


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