There's a good deal at stake in this election. November 2, 2010 will be a significant date for old and young. A poll conducted by the AARP Bulletin found that Americans are going out to vote in November. The older generation is also concerned about this situation just as young people are concerned about jobs. The over 50 age group is concerned about access to physicians, cost of healthcare, Social Security, and government corruption.
No 2 ways about it; Michael's job is to make the roads safer. To take the drivers off the roads and highways; the men he trains and Michael are extremely good at what they do.
A point in my life came when my husband, (who was not part of the circle of friends), and I decided it was time to proceed with our lives. A circumstance had changed the direction we'd been taking, and our lives. We moved into a smaller, nicer home, put some money into it, renovated and decorated it. It was fairly nice - the change from my hippie woman years. More and more I found myself and the friends divorced from so long ago. But Laura and I stayed in touch.
The initiatives for 2010 include The Mayor Project which is a change in the kind of government used in Colorado Springs. It's called a strong mayor form of government. Another initiative will be discussing the future of recreational marijuana. A third initiative will discuss the Health Care choice and there'll be initiatives about county term limits and the city parks. So much information that you want on voting to comprehend the issues voted upon this election.
KQED reports that there is a program in the works to strengthen enforcement of pot - a move that may indicate seizure of land leased to other marijuana operations and cannabis club. Now, how can that be when medical marijuana is lawful? Well, here is the rub - it is illegal under federal statute, although legal in California.
"Look at the situation we're in now. Sequesters. Cuts. Everything cut across the board. Now, the government is tapped into the biggest cash crop look at this website in the world," Chong said.
Some warnings may be in order - to use the app you should be a medical cannabis patient. That applies for out of state patients also. We're pretty certain you should pick up your accredited order immediately - such as within 2 business days. And they're closed on Mondays. Customer reviews on Google look very favorable and the decor and atmosphere of the place seems very relaxing - although we have visited it. The MyDispensaryApp program produced the Om app. When the lines of technology cross over to the world of marijuana unorthodox though these MyDispensary and Om programs might be, it's interesting.