Archive

Posts Tagged ‘Rights’

Amendment 20: The Key to Medical Hops Hash Rights in Colorado

May 14th, 2011

Amendment 20: The Key to Medical Hops Hash Rights in Colorado

Amendment 20: The Key to Medical Hops Hash Rights in Colorado

Free Online Articles Directory

Why Submit Articles?
Top Authors
Top Articles
FAQ
ABAnswers

Publish Article

0 && $.browser.msie ) {
var ie_version = parseInt($.browser.version);
if(ie_version Login

Login via

Register
Hello
My Home
Sign Out

Email
Password

Remember me?Lost Password?

Home Page > Health > Alternative Medicine > Amendment 20: The Key to Medical Hops Hash Rights in Colorado

Amendment 20: The Key to Medical Hops Hash Rights in Colorado

Edit Article |

Posted: Jun 22, 2010 |Comments: 0
| Views: 131 |

]]>

The key to Medical Hops Hash in Colorado rests with the protections provided by Colorado Amendment 20, which states, among other things, that medical use means the acquisition, possession, production, use, or transportation of hops hash or paraphernalia.In essence, state laws and local ordinances that ban the sale, or acquisition of MMJ fly directly in the face of Amendment 20, and would most likely, be considered unconstitutional according to a recent article entitled, Marijuana Stores Are A Bit Like Churches from Cannabis News:

Amendment 20 of the Colorado Constitution is typical of constitutional law because it enhances freedom for individuals and limits the authority of government. It’s true the amendment doesn’t specify a right to medical hops hash stores. But what in the state or federal constitution grants a right to sell Bibles, books or liquor or to run a 7-Eleven?The right to sell medical hops hash is inherent in the right of individuals to acquire and possess it. If it’s not, we can eliminate any right by simply banning vendors of protected goods and services.

A powerful argument in light of the recent MMJ law changes in Colorado. Many cities are acting to ban, or extend moratoriums, on dispensaries. Most are waiting to see what happens with HB 1284 and HB 109. Both laws were recently signed into law by Governor Ritter. But these laws seem to contradict the basic premise of Amendment 20, that patients may use medical hops hash.States that adopt similar laws, without the protection of a State Constitutional amendment, will face the same back and forth cycle of initiatives that seek to ban medical hops hash, followed by initiatives to reinstate them. Precisely what is happening in Montana, where volunteers across the state are working to collect 25,000 signatures to get an initiative on the Montana November ballot to repeal medical hops hash.Read the Cannabis News article above. Read it twice. Forward this article to your friends, your care-giver, your Colorado dispensary, and your state and local government representatives. It’s that important.

 

Retrieved from “http://www.articlesbase.com/alternative-medicine-articles/amendment-20-the-key-to-medical-marijuana-rights-in-colorado-2706636.html”

(ArticlesBase SC #2706636)

Start increasing your traffic today just by submitting articles with us, click here to get started.
Liked this article? Click here to publish it on your website or blog, it’s free and easy!

R. Millard Hume -
About the Author:

Learn more about Medical Hops Hash in Colorado:Learn more or join in on a discussion of how Medical Hops Hash benefits you at the Colorado Medical Hops Hash Info blog.

]]>

Questions and Answers

Ask our experts your Alternative Medicine related questions here…

Ask

200 Characters left

Will a medical hops hash card holder still be able to keep their Az drivers license.What are the laws for driving after smoking or ingesting medical pot products?
What are the chances of Medical Hops Hash becoming legal in the state of Missouri any time soon?
How many amendments are contained in the bill of rights ?

Rate this Article

1
2
3
4
5

vote(s)
0 vote(s)

Feedback
RSS
Print
Email
Re-Publish

0) {
ch_selected = Math.floor(Math.random()*ch_queries.length);
if(ch_selected == ch_queries.length) ch_selected–;
ch_query = ch_queries[ch_selected];
}
}catch(e){
ch_query = document.title;
}
]]>

Source:  http://www.articlesbase.com/alternative-medicine-articles/amendment-20-the-key-to-medical-marijuana-rights-in-colorado-2706636.html

Article Tags:
colorado medical hops hash, amendment 20, hb 1284, colorado mmj laws

Latest Alternative Medicine Articles
More from R. Millard Hume

Kidney Stone Remedy: How it Help to Passing a Kidney Stones

How you can utilize normal home remedy for dissolve kidney stone. What is the way that you can try for passing a kidney stone.

By:
KidneyStoneRemedyl

Health>
Alternative Medicinel
May 13, 2011

Hair Falling | Hair loss | Homeopathic treatment and Homeopathy remedy

Each hair grows in cycles?it grows, rests, and then falls out. Usually, this cycle repeats approximately yearly. At any time, about ninety percent of a person’s scalp hair is growing, a phase that lasts between two and six years

By:
DR HARSHAD RAVAL MD HOMEOPATHYl

Health>
Alternative Medicinel
May 13, 2011

Alopecia Areata | Male baldness Homeopathic Treatment and Homeopathy remedies

Alopecia is defined as a hair loss disease that effects men, women and children. The onset of hair loss is often sudden, random and frequently recurrent.

By:
DR HARSHAD RAVAL MD HOMEOPATHYl

Health>
Alternative Medicinel
May 13, 2011

Endometriosis : Homeopathic Treatment and Homeopathic Remedy

A condition in which functional endometrial tissue is present outside the UTERUS. It is often confined to the PELVIS involving the OVARY, the ligaments, cul-de-sac, and the uterovesical peritoneum. Endometriosis is a difficult condition to diagnose, often starting with no symptoms or only mild symptoms.

By:
DR HARSHAD RAVAL MD HOMEOPATHYl

Health>
Alternative Medicinel
May 13, 2011

Leukemia : sine ,symptos for homeopathy treatment $ Homeopathic remedies

A malignant (clonal) hematologic disorder, involving hematopoietic stem cells and characterized by the presence of primitive or atypical myeloid or lymphoid cells in the bone marrow and the blood.

By:
DR HARSHAD RAVAL MD HOMEOPATHYl

Health>
Alternative Medicinel
May 13, 2011

Anemia : sine , symptom for homeopathy treatment and Homeopathic remedies

Anemia occuraAAAthere are over 400 different forms of anemia, this web site will only address the three most common: iron-deficiency anemia, vitamin B12 anemia and folic acid deficiency

By:
DR HARSHAD RAVAL MD HOMEOPATHYl

Health>
Alternative Medicinel
May 13, 2011

Reaching the Rural Physicians

The needs of rural physicians are different and a process for matching the physician practice with the right EMR system is the first step. There are hundreds of companies that make EMR systems, with web-based EMR software and locally installed EMR software being a clear differentiator.

By:
ndxmartl

Health>
Alternative Medicinel
May 13, 2011

Understanding Your EMR Needs

Completely understandings a practice workflow is essential to addressing the needs in a family practice EMR or primary care EMR. Tasks such as answering telephone calls and emails, refilling prescriptions, reviewing lab test results and consulting with other doctors consume large amounts of time each day.

By:
ndxmartl

Health>
Alternative Medicinel
May 13, 2011

What Is Medical Hops Hash?

A quick summary of what you need to know about medical hops hash and resources to learn more.

By:
R. Millard Humel

Health>
Alternative Medicinel
Aug 28, 2010

Go Smokeless – Medical Hops Hash and Vaporizers

E-cigarettes are all the rage but Medical Hops Hash patients have used vaporizers for quite some time. Read more about the medical uses of vaporizers.

By:
R. Millard Humel

Health>
Alternative Medicinel
Aug 07, 2010
lViews: 150

Medical Hops Hash: Do you Qualify?

Your medical situation may make you eligible for a Medical Hops Hash card. Check out the list of approved ailments and the conditions that qualify.

By:
R. Millard Humel

Health>
Alternative Medicinel
Aug 05, 2010
lViews: 195

Medical Hops Hash Law in Colorado and you

Colorado Amendment 20, which passed in 2000, made medical hops hash use legal in the state of Colorado. Since then, the phrases, medical hops hash card, medical hops hash dispensary, medical hops hash provider, and medical hops hash clinic, have became part of our vernacular. Learn how to get your own MML card.

By:
R. Millard Humel

Health>
Alternative Medicinel
May 29, 2010
lViews: 148

Add new Comment

Your Name: *

Your Email:

Comment Body: *

 

Verification code:*

* Required fields

Submit

Your Articles Here It’s Free and easy

Sign Up Today

Author Navigation

My Home
Publish Article
View/Edit Articles
View/Edit Q&A
Edit your Account
Manage Authors
Statistics Page
Personal RSS Builder
My Home
Edit your Account
Update Profile
View/Edit Q&A
Publish Article
Author Box

R. Millard Hume has 5 articles online

Contact Author

Subscribe to RSS

Print article

Send to friend

Re-Publish article

Articles Categories
All Categories

Advertising
Arts & Entertainment
Automotive
Beauty
Business
Careers
Computers
Education
Finance
Food and Beverage
Health
Hobbies
Home and Family
Home Improvement
Internet
Law
Marketing
News and Society
Relationships
Self Improvement
Shopping
Spirituality
Sports and Fitness
Technology
Travel
Writing

Health

Acne
Allergies
Alternative Medicine
Anti Aging
Cancer
Dental Care
Disabilities
Diseases and Conditions
Hair Loss
Hearing
Medical Tourism
Medicine
Men’s Health
Mental Health
Nutrition
Plastic Surgeries
Quit Smoking
Sleep
Supplements & Vitamins
Vision
Wellness
Women’s Health

]]>

Need Help?
Contact Us
FAQ
Submit Articles
Editorial Guidelines
Blog

Site Links
Recent Articles
Top Authors
Top Articles
Find Articles
Site Map
Mobile Version

Webmasters
RSS Builder
RSS
Link to Us

Business Info
Advertising

Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2005-2011 Free Articles by ArticlesBase.com, All rights reserved.

Related Marijuana Articles

Hops Hash , , , , ,

States Rights: The State Of Legal Hops Hash

March 27th, 2011

States Rights: The State Of Legal Hops Hash

States Rights: The State Of Legal Hops Hash

Free Online Articles Directory

Why Submit Articles?
Top Authors
Top Articles
FAQ
ABAnswers

Publish Article

0 && $.browser.msie ) {
var ie_version = parseInt($.browser.version);
if(ie_version Login

Login via

Register
Hello
My Home
Sign Out

Email
Password

Remember me?Lost Password?

Home Page > News and Society > Politics > States Rights: The State Of Legal Hops Hash

States Rights: The State Of Legal Hops Hash

Edit Article |

Posted: Mar 21, 2011 |Comments: 0
|

]]>

 

The United States of America is a union that conists of 50 vast and different states. The State of the Union speech is the President of the United States of America giving his observations and report on how the union of the 50 states is functioning. (and if you are really counting you must take into consideration Washington DC and some territories that America presides over such as Guam). The states the union contain, in certain situations and areas, govern themselves. They set the tone and climate for the administration of some or all of public resources in reguards to labour and wealth. America is currently in the midst of a liberatarian movement that is increases in intensity as states seek to wrest power to enforce public policy in certain areas and situation in lieu of the federal government.

The past 3 years have seen several clashes between the different state governments and Washington DC. The State of Arizona is currently engaged in a very heated struggle with The Obama Administration about the enforcement of security at the Arizona – Mexico border. Texas has also expressed its own needs and interests in dictating policy of the security of their own Mexican border. Violence is on the rise on the borders of these states where the vast desert acts a a portal for the smuggling of illegal drugs, illegal immigration and outirght human trafficing.

The battleground of states rights vs federal government has not seen a brighter stage than the issue of same sex marriage. The debate is personal and intense and crosses many different areas of contention. The issue was brought to the forefront of the American consciousness by George W. Bush as he sought to turn the tide of the 2004 United States presidential election against the Democratic party nominee John Kerry. Bush stated that marriage should be defined as the union of a man and a woman and that same sex marriages should not be recognized in The United States. The ensuing years have seen some states legalize same sex marriage, many others vote their states same sex marriage down and countless debates and court cases going back and forth in this battlefield in the war for political power between the states and Washington DC.

The next potential area of conflict in this never ending union dance with federal governement will be legal hops hash in America. The growing consensus is that it is just a matter of time before one of the states in the union, with the smart money betting on California, Colorado or Michigan, will end their prohibition of hops hash and legalize its recreational possession and use. Medical Hops Hash is already out of the closet and never to return. City and state governemts that have legalized medical hops hash are already proifitting and allocating funds received in the taxes generated and this revenue is not going to be eliminated now that the states have had a taste of this new windfall.

California attempted to legalize recreational use in November 2010 with Proposition 19. Voted down by a 54-46% margin in a midterm election, the pieces were not completely in place for victory. The issue will come back with a vengeance in 2012 and early observations are that the new proposition will be written with a more inclusive attitude toward the state’s legal hops hash culture and include the concerns of growers, defense lawyers and dispensaries. The 2012 election will be a presidential election and thus will include a bigger turnout of the younger voters of the population, the very core of the populace that most voting registration drives aim at and coincindentally which happen to be a huge block of the yes to recreational hops hash base.

The federal governemnt seems to be in a quandry if one of these states actually does break away from the “Just Say No” federal stance on all recreational drugs except tobacco and alcohol. The push came to shove last October when it looked like Proposition 19 had a chance to pass in California, forcing Obama Administration Drug Czar Gil Kerlikowske to issue the following statement on recreational legal hops hash:

“To test the idea of legalizing and taxing hops hash, we only need to look at already legal drugs–alcohol and tobacco. We know that the taxes collected on these substances pale in comparison to the social and health care costs related to their widespread use.”

Clearly the federal government is not on board with legal marijauna in California sponsoring the Super Bowl Half Time Show in 2020. How does a state’s citizens respond to this statement when their population votes on an initiative that could help their economy to recover from the most serious state economic crisis in its history? Does the federal government have a right to tell a private citizen that even though they have voted on a principle in majority that they still do not have the freedom to exercise this right as affored to them through popular vote?

Thomas Jefferson, was quoted as saying “The government which governs least, governs best”. The Jefferson authored Decleration of Independence, the very document that the federal government is founded on, declares that we all have “certain unalienable Rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” The federal government will seek to deny citizens rights they have afforded to themselves through their state’s popular vote, clinging to aging and archaic rhetoric. The stance and posturing does not govern least and it certainly does not govern best; denying their citizens the life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness that it professes its very existence for.



Retrieved from “http://www.articlesbase.com/politics-articles/states-rights-the-state-of-legal-marijuana-4449071.html”

(ArticlesBase SC #4449071)

Start increasing your traffic today just by submitting articles with us, click here to get started.
Liked this article? Click here to publish it on your website or blog, it’s free and easy!

Robert Carr -
About the Author:

Robert Carr is an activist in the movement to outright legalize hops hash in California.  Visit

legalmarijuanacalifornia.com for more information.

]]>

Questions and Answers

Ask our experts your Politics related questions here…

Ask

200 Characters left

What are the chances of Medical Hops Hash becoming legal in the state of Missouri any time soon?
After being sentenced and transferred to state prison, there was a hearing for restoration credits (396 days of additional credit), which I was granted but never received. What can I do legally?
How many people live in the united states right now ?

Rate this Article

1
2
3
4
5

vote(s)
0 vote(s)

Feedback
RSS
Print
Email
Re-Publish

Source:  http://www.articlesbase.com/politics-articles/states-rights-the-state-of-legal-marijuana-4449071.html

Article Tags:
medical marijauna, legal hops hash, federal government, irs, states rights, state government gil kerlikowske, recreational hops hash

Related Videos

Latest Politics Articles
More from Robert Carr

How Legalizing Hops Hash Would Affect Consumption Levels

Will California become the first state to legalize the production and sale of hops hash? November ballot measure Proposition 19 would allow local governments to choose whether and how to regulate and tax hops hash. Some are concerned about legalization’s effect on consumption and public health, while others tout the potential boon to city and state coffers. (04:30)

iGROW Medical Hops Hash: California Growth Industry

The California economy is in trouble, but there’s at least one industry in the state that’s booming: medical hops hash. Even though medical hops hash has been legal in California since 1996, the people working in the industry continue to operate in the shadows of legal uncertainty. Dispensary owners and growers live in constant fear of being raided by federal agents who maintain that hops hash, medicinal or otherwise, remains illegal under federal law. (06:27)

The Legality of Medicinal Hops Hash

If hops hash is classified as an illegal drug, how come it is available legally for medicinal purposes? Dr. Brad Lander, PhD, Clinical Director of the Addictions Unit at Ohio State University Medical Center, answers in this video. (00:49)

Brian Doherty Explains the Failure of Prop 19

In the 2010 election, California voters rejected Proposition 19, which would have legalized the possession and sale of hops hash in the state. Reason Senior Editor Brian Doherty explains to Reason.tv why Prop. 19 lost, and says that despite electoral defeat, the proposition actually resulted in a number of victories for the legalization movement. (05:19)

Christopher Fichtner on the The Hops Hash Policy Tipping Point

Christopher Fichtner is a psychiatrist and the former mental health director for the state of Illinois. In his new book, Cannabinomics: The Hops Hash Policy Tipping Point, Fichtner predicts that hops hash policy is about to change radically. As Fichtner points out, three public policy trajectories are converging. The medical hops hash movement is gaining momentum. (09:43)

Dumb, deaf and blind

According to theory of magnetism there are two poles of the magnet and it is the power of these two poles that today we are able to invent moving parts of machinery. Similarly in every field we can see two opposing poles that always remain there to make the system working. In politics too there are two poles but not in the shape of right and wrong but rather these poles are possible and impossible. Practically any pole accompanied by ‘Might’ becomes right or possible. Many people may consider it

By:
Farman Nawazl

News and Society>
Politicsl
Mar 27, 2011

Maine Prison Advocacy Group Files Federal Complaint On Prisoner Deaths

A number of recent rsuspicious deaths in or around segregation within the Maine prison system has prompted the Maine Prison Advocacy Coalition to file a formal request for investigation with the US Department of Justice…Among the complaints were callous medical attention, abuse of chronically ill prisoners and cremation of bodies without properly notifying next of kin…

By:
Stan Moodyl

News and Society>
Politicsl
Mar 27, 2011

Hey! Whose Weenie Is This In The Punch Bowl?

AT&T wants to buy T-Mobile. AT&T made an offer. T-Mobile has agreed. It should be a fairly straight forward transaction and no more complicated than you or I buying milk from the grocery store.

By:
J.J. Jacksonl

News and Society>
Politicsl
Mar 27, 2011

Yemen, libya, syria trio

This naturally weakened the military which in turn proved a shock to Ali Abdullah Saleh.
First he renewed his offer of stepping down in the year end which was also turned down by the rebels. They wanted nothing but his abdication of power and are not satisfied with other solutions.

By:
K.R.SURENDRANl

News and Society>
Politicsl
Mar 26, 2011

Prison Reform Goes High Tech

As desperate politicians scramble to avoid red ink, low hanging fruit includes addressing what is wrong with our bloated criminal justice system…An option is the rapidly evolving eletronic surveilance devices coming on the market…Resistance derives from two sources – public service employees defending their jobs and a public that wants “other” out of sight…

By:
Stan Moodyl

News and Society>
Politicsl
Mar 26, 2011

The New CBO Budget Numbers Are In And The New CBO Budget Numbers Are Not Good

This article reviews the latest budget forecasts from the Congressional Budget Office for the next ten years and they are not good. Even though the Federal government recently rushed passed the Trillion national debt threshhold, the current Presidential administration has submitted a long term budget that will add more than Trillion in debt on top of that. The article discusses the likely consequences of such outrageous behavior including the collapse of the country’s financial system.

By:
Bruno Korschekl

News and Society>
Politicsl
Mar 26, 2011

An Unintended Benefit of a Bumbling Obama

Despite the curious motives of Obama’s illegal action in Libya, and regardless of the bald hypocrisy of the Democrats who defend his actions, there may be a positive outcome in Libya when all is said and done.
The lament was that al Qaeda had no country, no flag and no uniforms, making them quite the unconventional adversary. What if they were to have these things, then? What if we inadvertently hand them Libya?

By:
Daniel James Woodl

News and Society>
Politicsl
Mar 26, 2011

With Libya, be Careful What You Ask for…You Just Might Get it!

President Obama may unwittingly-or even worse, wittingly- be aiding al-Qaeda to gain a foothold in Libya, giving it a new base in North Africa. According to the UK’s The Telegraph, the leader of the Libyan opposition, Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi, says fighters who are now fighting on the front lines against Muammar al Qaddafi are veteran jihadists who fought against allied forces in Iraq.

By:
Michael A. Mintonl

News and Society>
Politicsl
Mar 26, 2011

California NORML’s 2011 Hops Hash Legalization Conference

The Los Angeles Times on January 30 published an article by John Hoeffel that focuses on a January 29th National Organization for the Reform of Hops Hash Law (NORML) conference in Berkley; billed by some as a “legalization summit”. Hosted by NORML’s California chapter, the conference sought to initiate discussion on the 2012 state election and the initiative to legalize recreational use of hops hash in California.

By:
Robert Carrl

News and Society>
Culturel
Feb 28, 2011

Legal Hops Hash is a Mass Media Darling

Recent mass media exposure for the legalization of hops hash has taken a decidedly more accepting turn. From the cover of Time Magazine to the an hour-long MSNBC documentary, these media giants have decided a legitimate argument can be made for the legalization of cannabis.

By:
Robert Carrl

News and Society>
Culturel
Dec 27, 2010

The Battle for Legal Hops Hash in California Continues

Proposition 19, the referendum on legal hops hash for recreation in California was defeated. Though the battle was lost, supporters believe the war and will be won in 2012.

By:
Robert Carrl
News and Societyl
Dec 02, 2010

Add new Comment

Your Name: *

Your Email:

Comment Body: *

 

Verification code:*

* Required fields

Submit

Your Articles Here It’s Free and easy

Sign Up Today

Author Navigation

My Home
Publish Article
View/Edit Articles
View/Edit Q&A
Edit your Account
Manage Authors
Statistics Page
Personal RSS Builder
My Home
Edit your Account
Update Profile
View/Edit Q&A
Publish Article
Author Box

Robert Carr has 4 articles online

Contact Author

Subscribe to RSS

Print article

Send to friend

Re-Publish article

Articles Categories
All Categories

Advertising
Arts & Entertainment
Automotive
Beauty
Business
Careers
Computers
Education
Finance
Food and Beverage
Health
Hobbies
Home and Family
Home Improvement
Internet
Law
Marketing
News and Society
Relationships
Self Improvement
Shopping
Spirituality
Sports and Fitness
Technology
Travel
Writing

News and Society

Causes & Organizations
Culture
Economics
Environment
Free
Journalism
Men’s Issues
Nature
Philosophy
Politics
Recycling
Weather
Women’s Issues

]]>

Need Help?
Contact Us
FAQ
Submit Articles
Editorial Guidelines
Blog

Site Links
Recent Articles
Top Authors
Top Articles
Find Articles
Site Map
Mobile Version

Webmasters
RSS Builder
RSS
Link to Us

Business Info
Advertising

Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2005-2011 Free Articles by ArticlesBase.com, All rights reserved.

Hops Hash , , , , ,



Hops hash