The United State Of Weed 9/16/12 Joe September 16, 2012 Activism, Exclusive Web Content, Medical Marijuana News, Politics, The United State Of Weed, The War On Drugs The United State Of Weed is a weekly series where we recap all of the cannabis-related political developments happening in The United States at the state level. If you know of any new political developments in your state in regards to marijuana law reform – whether it be medicinal or otherwise – let us know at email@example.com. From The 420 Times: MT: Montana Supreme Court Restores Restrictive MMJ Law, Advocates React MT: Montana Supreme Court Restores Restrictive Medical Marijuana Law WA: Washington’s I-502 Holds Big Lead In New Poll WA: Reader Poll Results: Would You Vote For Washington’s I-502? CO: Colorado Governor Comes Out Against Amendment 64 CO: Amendment 64 Supporters Lose Battle Over Voter Guide Language CO: Regents At Colorado University Vote To Oppose Amendment 64 CO: Teen Marijuana Use Down In Colorado, Up Nationwide CA: Medical Marijuana Dispensary In CA Feeds Homeless Every Saturday CA: LA Dispensary Operator Gets Involved with Local Politics CA: UCLA Study Says Only 472 Dispensaries In L.A., Half Of City Hall Estimate CA: Law, Disorder And Corruption In Long Beach, CA From Around The Web: MT: MMJ Not “Fundamental Right” In Montana CO: Marijuana legalization opponents hit back at poll CO: Lawmakers revisit marijuana DUI standard If your state didn’t make this week’s “United State Of Weed,” it’s most probably because there is no recent political cannabis news coming from that state. If there is a story I missed, let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org. – Joe Klare – make sure you check out our brand new Forums and our “Stop The Ban in L.A.” Facebook page! Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.