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Article Dated 2/2/18: A 6-year-old girl in Texas was given medical marijuana on Thursday to treat her epilepsy — making her the very first person in the state to legally obtain a cannabis product, according to reports. ~ New York Post
Remainder of article here: 6-year-old becomes first person in Texas to get medical marijuana
ARTICLE DATED 2/1/18: Thousands of people with misdemeanor convictions for marijuana possession dating back 40 years will have their criminal records cleared, the San Francisco district attorney’s office said Wednesday. San Diego is also forgiving old convictions. Recreational marijuana became legal in California this year, and the law allowed those with prior low-level offenses to petition for expungement, a process that can be costly.
But in San Francisco and San Diego, people need not ask. George Gascón, San Francisco’s district attorney, said his office would automatically erase convictions there, which total about 3,000. San Diego has identified 4,700 cases, both felonies and misdemeanors, that will be cleared or downgraded. ~ The New York Times
complete article here: San Francisco Will Clear Thousands of Marijuana Convictions
CONGRATULATIONS CALIFORNIA…just a matter of “time” before the rest of the country and the world follow suit. Below is an excerpt from an article published today by the Los Angeles Times. For me, legalization is One of the signs we are spiraling UP in vibration and the collective is awakening…next will be Psilocybin Mushrooms but we have to go One plant at a time. ~ Mynzah
***Article Excerpt: Californians voted to legalize recreational marijuana in 2016, and the historic law permitting such businesses took effect New Year’s Day — creating the largest legal pot market in the country. Among the many celebrants were Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin and state Sen. Nancy Skinner, who cut a ceremonial green ribbon to mark the first sale.
As Lucas Starr, 33, perused the shop, he thought about how much perceptions of marijuana had shifted during his lifetime. Growing up, the message from his parents and from society, he said, was that marijuana was a dangerous drug — a gateway toward a wrecked life. He thought back to the PSA commercials showing a fried egg and an announcer intoning, “This is your brain on drugs.” Starr, a musician and producer visiting from Dallas, said he initially bought into the fear, but eventually smoked marijuana and found that it calmed his anxiety.
Customer Judy Malgeri, 65, also finds marijuana therapeutic. She uses it to manage pain and bring back her appetite during chemotherapy for ovarian cancer. Although she already had a medicinal-marijuana card, she said she was very happy to see recreational pot legalized — anything that brings marijuana further into the mainstream, she said, is a good thing.
“It’s about time,” she said, shaking her head at the memory of an era when police hassled people over a single seed of marijuana in a car. “Arrested for a joint? That’s so sad. It’s a fruit of the Earth.” ~ Los Angeles Times, January 2nd, 2018 article
complete article here: Los Angeles Times
Mystical Consciousness is a state of insight into the depths of truth unplumbed by the discursive intellect. ~ William James
A change of circumstance happens as a result of a change in your state of consciousness. ~ Neville Goddard