Wednesday, July 11, 2012

California Pot Shops Targeted for Closure by DEA

Vapor Room Closing: Beloved San Francisco Pot Shop Succumbs to Federal Pressure by Carly Schwartz

Popular California Pot Shop Targeted for Closure by Lisa Leff

     SMMFH!! Two popular California medical marijuana dispensaries, one in San Francisco and one in Oakland, are being targeted for closure by the Federal Government. The Vapor Room in San Francisco will close their doors at the end of the month and Harborside Health Center in Oakland intends to have their day in court in an effort to continue business, which the State of California deems absolutely legal. It seems as if the Obama administration has no intention to let any sort of profitable medical marijuana industry grow in the state of California or anywhere in the U.S. for that matter. 
     More specifically U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag (pictured below) is behind these crackdowns, claiming that these California cannabis operations have turned into "numerous drug trafficking enterprises" and that dispensaries are located too close to parks and schools. I mean this lady even looks like a witch, I guess it's just in her nature to be the one behind the efforts to close these dispensaries. So now as a result of the wicked witch of the west, thousands of jobs are lost as well as millions of dollars in tax revenue for California. Great so increased unemployment and less tax revenue for the state. What fucking good does that do? Someone roll this woman a joint please because she just looks so stressed. Some say smoking marijuana kills brain cells...I beg to differ because this lady probably has never enjoyed the chronic but yet she doesn't have the slightest clue about what is best for this country. 

grow, grind & prosper

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