Merry Christmas From WeedWorxs

Merry Christmas From WeedWorxs

Merry Christmas
Merry Christmas From WeedWorxs

WeedWorxs just wanted to send a “Merry Christmas” out to our Cannabis Community that has, and continues to support the efforts of WeedWorxs to provide FREE medical cannabis to people 21+ in Colorado. We couldn’t do it without all your support. Thank You and we hope you’re having a very Merry Christmas!!!

Coral Thief Colorado Roots CD Giveaway

Who likes reggae and don’t have your Coral Thief CD yet? Guess what? Coral Thief and WeedWorxs are going to try to made that happen for you!!! WeedWorxs will be selecting a few followers from our social media to gift some Colorado Roots CD’s to just in time for the holidays. Stay tuned as we hammer out these details and nail down the rules real fast. I can tell you that you must be following both @WeedWorxs & @CoralThief. Big UP Coral Thief for all your support and the CD donation!!! You’re all are family to us!!!

Find out additional details and contest rules on INSTAGRAM, MASSROOTS, or click on the photo link below.
 

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WeedWorxs and HerbTEK have teamed up for Cannabis Testing!

WeedWorxs & HerbTEK

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WeedWorxs is proud to announce that we’ve teamed up with the great folks of HerbTek to run testing on grow industry products and nutrient lines in our legal medical marijuana garden located in Southern Colorado.

Check back soon as we’ll keep you posted with updates. We grow and report our findings, you decide!

Grow4Vets Provides FREE Cannabis For Veterans!

Operation Grow4Vets is an amazing non-profit organization that provides veterans with access to free and safe medical grade cannabis. Grow4Vets gives new hope to many of our veteran heroes with the knowledge and resources to grow their very own medical marijuana in privacy.

I’ve attended two Grow4Vets events in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The atmosphere is relaxed and Roger is sure to pull a laugh out of you when he’s turned loose with that microphone. It’s a great chance for veterans to meet and talk with other veterans. Many new friendships have been made at these events. I’ve also seen veterans reuniting with other veterans they haven’t seen in years. It’s so great that an event like this can bring old buddies back together again. The “Cannabis Giveaway” bags always have some great goodies like edibles (cannabis candy bar), tinctures (cannabis oil), seeds (to grow plants), stickers & more. The raffle offers a chance to win some very nice (high dollar) prizes donated by the sponsors so we suggest that you get your tickets.

Don’t come to the Operation Grow4Vets event looking for a big ol bag of weed or a quick high. That’s not the goal and you’ll probably leave unhappy. The Grow4Vets mission is to help reduce the astonishing number of veterans who die for prescription medication overdoses & suicides. I think Roger Martin said it best when he said something like “We should start with cannabis treatment BEFORE we use deadly pharmaceuticals” and although that might not be word for word Roger, I couldn’t agree with you more!

I’ve personally witnessed the Grow4Vets team go the “extra mile” to help a veteran friend of mine who was in need. Rest assured that Grow4Vets truly cares about you and will do whatever they can to help you.

THANK YOU OPERATION GROW4VETS

 

SAVE 1000 VETS FROM DEPRESSION AND DANGEROUS DRUGS

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A Cancer Fighters Final Wish

Donation Page: http://www.gofundme.com/e34gk8

Please take the time to watch and share this video. I’ve posted this on YouTube with Victoria’s permission.

Please visit: http://www.facebook.com/victoria.johnson.13

Transcript below:
My name is Victoria Johnson and I wear black for me. I am 23 years old, and live in Mesa, Az. Five months ago, on April 3rd, 2014, I was diagnosed with stage 3a malignant melanoma (that’s the same stage as Walter White, Fun Fact of the Day). My life has been taken from me. At this very moment that I speak these words, I am battling a nasty infection. It has become unresponsive to all treatment, so my health is on the quick decline. I have learned so much and grown so much as a person in these last five, cancer filled months. If I could have one dying wish (besides sending my family on a much needed vacation) I would wish to have my story shared, even if it’s just for a little bit of hope that someone else will be spared the horrors I have endured. I have been sparked with this deep desire to help others. I turn to you, MTV, because I know you support the cause. I’ve been inspired by your anti smoking ads. The facts are amazing. They are proof that YOU, MTV, have a voice that people listen to. People need to hear your voice educate the masses about the truths of skin cancer. This is a real disease. It is a cancer in the LARGEST organ in my body. This is a cancer that is affecting thousands of young adults every day. This is a cancer that is preventable and treatable with the correct knowledge. We have a movement. We need your voice. Help save American lives. I am willing to dedicate as much of my time and resources as I can to get this movement going. My onchologist has already agreed to provide his expertise. This is going to happen, with or without you, but it would be really fucking cool, if you granted me this one last wish, and helped me save some people. Please.
And if MTV isn’t interested in me or my story, then do me the courtesy of sharing this video/email with the one man who I know won’t turn down a challenge: Let’s do this, Rob Dyrdek!!!
And if you have made it this far through the video or email, then I want to thank you for listening to my story. Please share my lessons with everyone you can. Encourage each other to go for pre cancer screenings, THEY ARE FREE! Save someone you love, from the horrors I’ve experienced. We can do this, we just need to band together.
Thank you for your time,
Victoria Johnson, just a 23 year old on a mission to have a voice…
Thank you 5 Seconds of Summer for the background music. It gave me the strength and calmness to record this video.

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Marijuana: A lawsuit in Colorado claims special pot taxes are illegal and unconstitutional

Lawsuit claims marijuana taxes violate Fifth Amendment
Attorney accuses Governor and Mayor of “Kingpin” violations

{Denver} — Attorney Robert J. Corry, Jr. filed a lawsuit on June 9, 2014 in Denver District Court seeking to permanently end Colorado’s marijuana taxes, on the grounds that payment of the taxes violates a citizen’s Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination, since marijuana remains illegal under federal law. Corry also accuses Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock of violating the federal “Kingpin” statute (aka, the federal law against operating a “continuing criminal enterprise”) for collecting taxes and laundering money on a federally illegal substance. 

The complaint was filed on behalf of an unnamed licensed medical and retail marijuana center, the “No Over Taxation” issue committee (which campaigned against Proposition AA, the marijuana tax issue approved by Colorado voters in 2013) and several individuals, including Kathleen Chippi, Larisa Bolivar, Miguel Lopez and William Chengelis. Corry is seeking unspecified damages and a refund of all tax monies collected by the state. If successful, Corry’s lawsuit could be the basis for overturning ALL regulations regarding marijuana licensing and registration in Colorado on the same grounds. As long as marijuana remains illegal under federal law, states cannot require people to give any information about themselves in order to distribute or purchase marijuana. ANY and ALL requirements to
identify oneself would result in a “real and appreciable” risk of
self-incrimination, and would require a citizen to implicate himself in
federal crimes.
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Read more about the Fifth Amendment here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fifth_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution

Corry cites a 1973 Colorado Supreme Court case (People vs. Duleff) that overturned a man’s conviction for “selling marijuana without a license” because compliance with the licensing requirement would have required that person to violate his constitutional right against self-incrimination and reveal a violation of federal law. Corry writes, “The Colorado Supreme Court held specifically that the Fifth Amendment prohibits state licensing requirements that force a person to reveal a violation of federal law.”

From the Duleff decision, Corry quotes the Colo. Sup. Ct.: “The Fifth Amendment prohibits licensing requirements from being used as a
means of discovering past or present criminal activity which is subject to prosecution by calling attention to the licensee and his activities….There is no doubt that the information which Duleff would have been required to disclose would have been useful to the investigation of his activities, would have substantially increased the risk of prosecution, and may well have been a direct admission of guilt under federal law. The Fifth Amendment protects individuals from such compulsory, incriminating disclosures and provides a complete defense to prosecution.” — Colorado Supreme Court (1973)

Corry also cites a 1969 US Supreme Court case (Timothy Leary v. United States) in which the highest court in the country overturned Leary’s marijuana possession conviction and ruled that the federal Marihuana Tax Act of 1937 was illegal, due to the fact that a person seeking a tax stamp and complying with the law would be forced to incriminate himself, in violation of the Fifth Amendment.

Corry writes, “Marijuana-specific taxes require plaintiffs and any other person paying said taxes to incriminate themselves as committing multiple violations of federal law, including but not limited to, participating in, aiding and abetting, or conspiring to commit a ‘continuing criminal enterprise’ and ‘money laundering.’ These illegally-collected taxes are ultimately laundered by the State of Colorado through J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, which also participates knowingly in the continuing criminal enterprise.” Item 67, Corry complaint filed 6/9/14. Corry concludes, “It is illegal for government to retain tax monies illegally collected in violation of the constitution, so all amounts must be returned, and all records related to previous tax payments, destroyed.”

Corry asks the Court to: “Enter a temporary restraining order, preliminary injunction, and/or permanent injunction ordering the Defendants, and all those acting in concert with them, to cease and desist from enforcement of the marijuana tax statutes, to cease and desist from any further collection, deposit, or laundering of the marijuana taxes, for a full refund of marijuana tax monies paid by any person or entity, and for destruction of all tax records and identifying information after full refunds are made.”


“The state can’t have it both ways. If it’s illegal under federal law, you
cannot collect taxes on it,” says Kathleen Chippi, a plaintiff and member of the Patient and Caregiver Rights Litigation Project. “We have another case pending in the Colorado Supreme Court now, Coats v. Dish Network, where Colorado Attorney General John Suthers argues that medical marijuana patients can be fired from their jobs for using medical marijuana off-duty, even though it is legal under state law. Suthers argues in the Coats case that, since marijuana is still illegal under federal law, patients have no rights.”
“Yet Suthers and Hickenlooper, as kingpins in their continuing criminal enterprise, happily collect and spend the marijuana taxes, even though they were collected in spite of multiple clear violations of federal law,” Chippi concludes.

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Hemp For Victory – The 1942 Video The Government Tried To Hide

This video was part of an US Government “Cover-Up” about the positive and past uses of hemp.  The US Government didn’t want this video released and has even denied it existed, until it was released!

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The film was made to encourage farmers to grow hemp for the war effort because other industrial fibers, often imported from overseas, were in short supply. The film shows a history of hemp and hemp products, how hemp is grown, and how hemp is processed into rope, cloth, cordage, and other products.

Before 1989, the film was relatively unknown and the United States Department of Agriculture library and the Library of Congress told all interested parties that no such movie was made by the USDA or any branch of the US government. Two VHS copies were recovered and donated to the Library of Congress on 19 May 1989 by Mia Farrow, Carl Packard, and Jack Herer.

The only known copy in 1976 was a 3/4″ broadcast quality copy of the film that was originally obtained by William Conde in 1976 from a reporter for the Miami Herald and the Ethiopian Zion Coptic Church of Jamaica. It was given in trust that it would be made available to as many as possible. It was put into the hands of Jack Herer by William Conde during the 1984 OMI (Oregon Marijuana Initiative). The film 20 years later is now available anywhere on the Internet.

As it was made by the US Government, it is public domain and is freely available for download from the Internet Archive. We encourage you to download this video and show as many people as you possibly can so people can see just how useful hemp really  is.

Medical Marijuana Is Hugely Beneficial | Dr. Oz Interview | Larry King Now – Ora TV

Dr. Oz talks to Larry King about the use of medical marijuana.

 

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Supreme Court Making Decisions on Unlimited Cell Phone Searches

Everyday, American citizens seemingly give up more of their rights. Now, the Obama administration is trying to take one more thing away from us, quietly and behind closed doors.

They are asking the Supreme Court to allow the search of cell phones held by anyone arrested for virtually any crime. While the Supreme Court has already ruled that anything on a suspect’s person can be searched to ensure officer’s safety, many feel that searching cell phones is taking things one step too far. We live in the technology age, everyone from elementary school children to the elderly have a cell phone these days. People use their cell phones for address books, notepads, photo albums, music players, and much, much more. Giving officers the freedom to search phones at any interaction is a scary thought, and most definitely another chip off the block of “freedom” that we are sold as a fundamental part of this country. With 12 million people arrested in 2012, the idea of every single of those people having their phone searched upon arrest is unimaginable.

The United States prides itself on freedom, liberty and doing what makes you happy; as rights are being taken left and right, more people are left wondering what has happened to this place. Fortunately, the Supreme Court justices seem to be on the side of the people; for now.  Justice Antonin Scalia said, “it seems absurd that they should be able to search that person’s iPhone,” upon arrest for driving without a seatbelt. Other justices have agreed with Scalia, stating that cell phones should be treated as an extension of a person’s home, where they should have the highest expectation of privacy.

The two cases that the court is looking at, Riley v. California, 13-132, and U.S. v. Wurie, 13-212, both deal with defendants who are facing charges because of information on their cell phones. Riley’s phone contained pictures which led to attempted murder and other charges being filed against him. Wurie’s basic flip phone gave police his home address, which allowed them to issue a warrant and find evidence of illegal drug sales. Regardless of the crimes committed, the fact remains that their personal property was searched without a warrant, laughing in the face of the Fourth Amendment and all it stands for. Both cases are expected to reach a conclusion by June. While neither is gaining very much media coverage or news time, they are going to be landmark cases. The country as a whole is walking a delicate line while waiting for the answers the Supreme Court must give.

No matter the outcome, Americans who are interested in protecting their civil liberties would be better off learning how to encrypt their phones in some way. Now that the issue has come out, we can expect many more fights of the same nature to pop up in the near future. I don’t know about you, but I would prefer to know that if I am stopped for a traffic violation that the contents of my phone won’t be used against me.

Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/supreme-court-making-decisions-unlimited-cell-phone-searches/#TSJMCBoTqWqHqly0.99

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