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Time for the Cheech and Chong movies to make a comeback Anutin.  Contact the growers in the California enclave of Humboldt County where the Marijuana gardens and indoor grows using hot houses with spi

I think the powers that be at TAT have already been on the Wacky Baccy for some time now. 

As far as I can see all they have done is made hemp semi legal. Stalks, roots and leaves and no flowers  is not cannabis/marijuana. I hope I am  wrong here but it looks like they are gonna <deleted

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

It is clear that at present only marijuana for medical not recreational use will be allowed

What is not to understand? It is clear as a  bell and has been since this began. Nothing has changed. 

 

If you can't do the time don't do the crime. Especially you farang people.  

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2 hours ago, CraigInBangkok said:

 As far as I can see all they have done is made hemp semi legal.

 

Pretty much. Max. THC and/or CBD 0.2%. Ten households chosen for pilot project.

 

Far from what plank-head's party, BJT, ran on.

 

Good luck getting any votes. assuming there's a "next" election.

 

 

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2 hours ago, CraigInBangkok said:

 As far as I can see all they have done is made hemp semi legal. Stalks, roots and leaves and no flowers  is not cannabis/marijuana. I hope I am  wrong here but it looks like they are gonna <deleted> this up aswell. 

 

EDIT: Also what good is a 34 person committee, why not just print a list of what can and can't be done

Politicians everywhere love empire building. 

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