A number of allegations made by Jennifer Schipsi were lies, a Palo Alto hookah lounge owner accused of murdering her testified in court Monday.
On the third day of his testimony, Bulos “Paul” Zumot, the 37-year-old owner of Da Hookah Spot, claimed Schipsi, a 29-year-old old real estate agent he is suspected of strangling and whose body he allegedly set ablaze to hide evidence, was dishonest in some of the text messages she sent him. Ream more »
Miley Cyrus says that being caught smoking a bong was a ‘bad decision, because of my fans.’
The pop star’s comments are published just days after she was voted the celebrity with the worst influence on teens in a survey of youngsters for the second year in a row.
A video of the 18-year-old smoking a bong allegedly filled with the herb salvia was posted on the Internet in December.
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A House committee yesterday unanimously passed a bill that seeks to amend the sweeping medical marijuana laws passed last year. House Bill 1043 would in part lessen the residency requirements for employees of medical marijuana centers, allow medical marijuana centers to trade marijuana with other centers, and require a primary caregiver who cultivates marijuana to register the cultivation site and all patient identification numbers with the state. Ream more »
The county’s Planning Commission voted unanimously this morning to recommend the Board of Supervisors require medical marijuana dispensaries to seek a permit and stay within commercial and medical office zones. Commissioners also suggested pot shops remain at least 600 feet away from schools and 800 feet away from other dispensaries.
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The plants that will ultimately produce medical marijuana in Arizona are not legally in the ground, but police agencies are already planning how their officers will try to enforce state pot laws while respecting a sick resident’s right to possess the herb.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said he would assign a special unit to target medical-marijuana frauds, but the unit so far consists of two deputies and a former U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration official who works for free. Ream more »
Although smoking cigarettes has been illegal for minors for decades they could still get a legal nicotine fix from electronic cigarettes, a smokeless alternative that turns nicotine liquid into a vapor mist.
That is until this week when both Spokane County and the City of Spokane banned the sale of e-cigarettes to minors.
The fact that traditional cigarettes are illegal isn’t stopping some Shadle Park High School students from lighting up across the street from campus. And just as the law isn’t stopping them from smoking cigarettes students say they doubt this ban will stop others from smoking e-cigarettes. Ream more »
Electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes have created a revolution in the world of smokers. They are designed to give the maximum pleasurable experience of traditional cigarettes without exposing the smoker to the byproducts of tobacco such as the tar and carcinogens, which are the most harmful materials found in an ordinary cigarettes.
Red Dragon electronic cigarettes are designed to deliver optimum satisfaction to their customers. They provide a high quality smoking experience with a fresh and lingering taste. Ream more »
“He’s always wanted to stop,” the first lady told reporters at the Whitehouse, as she revealed that she didn’t know exactly when his last cigarette was “because he never smoked a lot” and she didn’t ever see him light up.
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Bills in the House and Senate would ban flavored tobacco products such as cigarillos, and smokeless tobacco products like pouches, pills or capsules.
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In the last year, many Florida colleges, including UF, FIU and Edison State College, have implemented campus-wide smoking bans. Student Government has recently begun to discuss this issue in an attempt to establish a stance on how the student body of FGCU would like to address this trend.
Some of the topics being addressed by Student Government include how any kind of prospective ban will be enforced, and how much of campus the ban would include. For instance, would the dorms be ruled smoke-free as well? Ream more »