Colorado began allowing the sale of recreational marijuana on January 1 to anyone age 21 or older.
Residents can now buy marijuana like alcohol -- except the cannabis purchase is limited to an ounce, which is substantial enough to cost about $200 or more.
It's a big moment: Colorado became the first state in the nation to open recreational pot stores and became the first place in the world where marijuana will be regulated from seed to sale. Pot, by the way, is the third most popular recreational drug in America, after alcohol and tobacco, according to the marijuana reform group NORML. (read more in app)
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Irvin RosenfeldIrvin RosenfeldIn 1976, a man named Robert Randall filed a lawsuit against the United States Food and Drug Administration in an attempt to get his charges of marijuana cultivation dropped. Randall was a longtime sufferer of glaucoma and used the Common Law doctrine of necessity to win the case. Judge James Washington ruled that the medical prohibition of marijuana was not well-founded, and federal agencies started to provide Randall with medical marijuana. He became the first American to get marijuana from the government in order to treat a medical disorder.In the aftermath of the Randall trial, the United States Government started a program named the Compassionate Investigational New Drug program, which allowed a limited number of patients to receive medical marijuana. In 1983, a man named Irvin Rosenfeld joined the program. Rosenfeld has multiple congenital cartilaginous exostoses, which causes tumors to form at his joints. In his lifetime, Rosenfeld has had 30 separate tumors removed in six operations. However, since he started smoking marijuana, he claims to have experienced limited new tumors. Irvin Rosenfeld is the longest-living medical marijuana user. In 2009, he reached a milestone of 115,000 joints smoked. In 2001, Rosenfeld took part in the Missoula Study, which determined that he was in excellent health for his age and condition.
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7 February 2014: Drought - Farmers on their knees. New motoring column - Make every drop of diesel count. Animal ID series - Tips for hot & cold branding. Grass silage - Part 3. 'Government missed the point with minimum wages’ – Farm Workers’ Forum.
31 January 2014: Carrot king Secrets of Africa’s largest producer. From koeksisters to co mputers Women’s agricultural union turns 85. Grass silage series - Optimum pasture management. Canola boom - How big is the potential?
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17 January 2014: Beating the costs: Success with holistic grazing management. Arabians strut their stuff at new horse show. World champ sheep shearer’s Karoo roots. SA’s trade agreements: Who really benefits?
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13 December 2013: Solid growth for liquid egg market. Bambara groundnuts: The next golden legume? The farmer’s role in fighting global warming.
6 December 2013: SA Holstein genome traits unpacked. Dairy enterprise thrives through value-adding. Precision & planning pays off for top grain producer.
29 November 2013: Tuck shop owner turns Bonsmara breeder. Pioneering milk sheep in South Africa. Why lactating sows should watch their weight. Carrot farmer profits from tough environmental standards.
22 November 2013: The Riverine rabbit: Tiny link in Karoo biodiversity. Will Botswana’s hunting ban kill off its wildlife? Replanting fruit trees: Short-term pain, long-term profit
15 November 2013: Back to nature: From cattle farm to game ranch. The making of SA’s finest olive oil. Allelopathy: a crop’s secret weapon against weeds.
8 November 2013: Tips for healthy livestock this summer. Tomato grower beats the heat. Broadband in agriculture: Can SA catch up?
01 November 2013: Tips on planter maintenance. Oak barrels: Why quality costs more. Kraalbos to boost pesticides.
25 October 2013: Breeding boer goats for the market. We visit Grain SA’s producer of the year. Building a R6 billion agribusiness.
18 October 2013: SA's top dogs ready to take on the world’s best. FW de Klerk on managing ongoing change. Insight into Ramphele’s agri policies.
11 October 2013: Breeding buffalo in the Western Cape. Stormberg Beefmasters selected by nature. Banana production - it's tough out there.
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