New Nordic Rune Charms Now Available

New Nordic Rune Charms Now Available

New Nordic Rune Charms Now Available

Canna CDK Nordic Rune Charm
High quality Steel and Silver Plating.
2.5 inches tall x 1.5 inches wide x 1/16th inch thick
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Vermont senate passes bill to legalize marijuana use

Vermont senate passes bill to legalize marijuana use

Vermont senate passes bill to legalize marijuana use

Vermont’s senate on January 3rd passed a bill to legalize recreational marijuana use, which would make the state the first in the nation to do so through the legislative process rather than a ballot initiative.

Vermont senate passes bill to legalize marijuana use
FILE PHOTO: People roll a marijuana joint on the informal cannabis holiday, 4/20, corresponding to the numerical figure widely recognized within the cannabis subculture as a symbol for all things marijuana, on the Common in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., April 20, 2017.

Republican Governor Phil Scott is expected to sign the bill, which passed the Democratic-controlled Senate by a voice vote. The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives passed the measure last week. Although Vermont is one of the most politically liberal states, it is also one of 23 in the nation that do not allow ballot initiatives.

The Vermont bill would allow those 21 and older to possess up to one ounce of marijuana, two adult plants and four immature plants beginning on July 1. It does not immediately clear the way for retail sales of the drug, leaving that up to a commission created last year to study how to tax and regulate it.

Passage would put the state directly at odds with the Trump administration. Last week, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions reversed an Obama-era policy easing enforcement of federal laws banning the drug in eight states where it is legal.

“Vermont in particular doesn’t care very much what the attorney general thinks,” said Matt Simon, New England political director for the pro-legalization Marijuana Policy Project. “With the way this bill is written, having a few plants, there’s nothing that the feds could do even if they wanted to.”

Law enforcement groups in Vermont have criticized the legalization drive, saying the drug poses health risks and that there is no way to quickly test drivers who might be intoxicated by marijuana.

Neighboring Massachusetts, nearby Maine and six other states have legalized marijuana use as a result of voter initiatives.

New Hampshire’s House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a similar bill to legalize recreational marijuana use. That state’s governor, Republican Chris Sununu, has said he opposes legalization.

Marijuana advocates say that legalizing sales of the drug will help to phase out the existing illegal market and allow states to take in additional tax revenue.

Five of the first states to legalize the drug – Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Nevada – together generated more than $485 million in tax revenue off marijuana sales in the first nine months of 2017, according to an analysis by the Marijuana Policy Project.

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Off the Chainz and Popping Up

Off the Chainz and Popping Up

Off the Chainz and Popping Up!

Canna CDK‘s new album “Off the Chainz” is now available on (most) digital outlets!

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Vermont has become the first state in the nation to legalize marijuana legislatively.

Vermont has become the first state in the nation to legalize marijuana legislatively.

Vermont has become the first state in the nation to legalize marijuana legislatively.

Gov. Phil Scott (R) signed a bill Monday legalizing marijuana for adults age 21 and older. It allows for the possession of up to an ounce of marijuana, as well as two mature and four immature plants. Vermont becomes the ninth state to legalize recreational marijuana for adults, but the other states did so through ballot initiatives.

Vermont’s law also is notable for what it does not do: create a state marketplace for sales of the drug.

Instead, Scott has directed a marijuana advisory board to study what is needed to implement a legal marketplace in which marijuana is taxed and regulated, with plans to report findings to the governor by Dec. 15. Scott is concerned about sales in the state and what he believes are weak penalties for those who sell the drug to minors.

“Today, with mixed emotions, I have signed H. 511,” Scott said in a statement. “… I personally believe that what adults do behind closed doors and on private property is their choice, so long as it does not negatively impact the health and safety of others, especially children.”

The measure creates a number of new marijuana laws, including stronger penalties for selling marijuana to people under 21 or enabling their consumption of the drug. It also makes it a crime to use marijuana in a vehicle with a child present and makes the consumption of marijuana in public illegal.

Scott said the commission must create educational campaigns around marijuana and ways to keep the state’s roads safe.

“To be very direct: There must be comprehensive and convincing plans completed in these areas before I will begin to consider the wisdom of implementing a commercial ‘tax and regulate’ system for an adult marijuana market,” Scott wrote.

The law will take effect in July.

“We applaud lawmakers for heeding the calls of their constituents and taking this important step toward treating marijuana more like alcohol,” said Matt Simon, New England political director for the Marijuana Policy Project.

Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman (Progressive/Democrat), believes the law is a step forward, but he said the lack of a legal marketplace in Vermont makes the law incomplete.

“In a tax-and-regulate scenario, you bring a lot more above board,” Zuckerman, a longtime legalization advocate, said in an interview.

Because there is no legal marketplace, marijuana will not provide a method for raising money that could be used to fund education initiatives or drug treatment. Zuckerman said people opposed to marijuana legalization have told him that if the state is legalizing the drug they would rather see a taxed, regulated market than one that decriminalizes possession or cultivation of the drug.

“I think there’s a lot of missed opportunity with this method, but I do feel it’s a step forward in having our laws reflect reality of general consumption in our society,” he said.

Some who oppose marijuana legalization are praising Vermont’s bill. Kevin Sabet, the founder of Smart Approaches to Marijuana, which opposes legalization, said the bill allows people to possess an “excessive” amount of marijuana and doesn’t protect children from improperly stored marijuana products. But, he said, it is a “heck of a lot better” than what other states have passed.

“Advocates had to lower the bar and work so hard to even get this passed in Vermont,” Sabet said. “This essentially assures legalization of sales won’t ever be signed by this governor. Scott has essentially gone as far as he’ll ever be willing to go on marijuana.”

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Canna CDK – UNCHAINED – Off the Chainz

Canna CDK – UNCHAINED – Off the Chainz

With the release of my latest album “Off the Chainz” still going through the release process (availability on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon MP3, etc.) I feel like I need to share at least one song from the album for everyone to enjoy. So with that said, Feast your ear-holes on this new track entitled “UNCHAINED” from “Off the Chainz“!

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Canna and Crickets 7th Annual CampOut Details

Canna and Crickets 7th Annual CampOut Details

Canna and Crickets 7th Annual CampOut Details

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Now that we are breaking into the new year its time to start planning for this years campout! Mark it down, lock it in, and lets make this the best year to date!

Contact Corey Canna Millard or Kristen Cricket Millard directly for the exact address to the camp out or if you have any questions.

– Campers may arrive July 4th after 4PM to setup.
– NO bringing kids and/or animals without special permission.
– Camp-Out is in a secluded area but there are stores within a 15-20 minute drive.

When planning this trip think of it as a camping trip. There will be some things available but if you think you will need it then you should probably bring it. With that said the following will be provided.

– Grill
– Water
– Camping Area
– Wi-Fi
– Limited Power Hookup (If you want electric hookup its $5 for the entire length of the camp-out. Note: If you have a medical need for electric hookup the $5 fee will be waived.)

As stated above you should bring anything you think you might need and below are a few ideas to get you started.

– Food and Drinks
– Chairs
– Cooler
– Tent (Camping Gear)
– Bathing Suits (Pond Near By)
– Bug Spray
– Sun Screen
– Crap Shoes/Boots (It is the sticks so don’t wear your new kicks!)

**Note: We will have various events and activities as well as live performances so if your an artist and would like to possibly perform bring your stuff!.**

In the middle of No-Where Vermont

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With Performances By:

  • Canna CDK
  • King Kudda
  • N.F.G.
  • Mystah Spaulding
  • Jay Prophet

And more to be announced!

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