Medical Marijuana Photos on Townhall

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    Posted: 8/24/2011 6:56:07 PM EST
    In this Dec. 14, 2010 file photo three types of marijuana buds are shown at Med Grow Cannabis College in Southfield, Mich. Medical marijuana cannot be sold through private shops, the Michigan appeals court said Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2011, in a major decision that strikes at businesses trying to cash in on pot. A three-judge panel said the 2008 medical marijuana law, as well as the state's public health code, does not allow people to sell pot to each other, even if they're among the 99,500 who have state-issued marijuana cards. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
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    Posted: 8/3/2011 6:35:48 AM EST
    Richard Reams draws a prepared sample of medical marijuana before injecting it into a gas chromatograph Friday, July 29, 2011, at OregonGreen Lab in Williams, Ore. The remote and rural community has Oregon's highest concentratino of residents registered to grow marijuana - nearly 20 percent. With the popularity of using marijuana to treat medical conditions rising, Reams has started a laboratory that tests marijuana for potency and the presences of key components. (AP Photo/Jeff Barnard)
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    Posted: 8/3/2011 6:35:48 AM EST
    Pastor Rob Culton pauses for a moment June 29, 2011 while cleaning cobwebs from the entrace to the Williams Community Church in Williams, Ore. Culton says so many board fences have gone up around town screening medical marijuana gardens that he uses them as landmarks when giving directions. The small rural community has the highest concentration of reisdents in Oregon who are registered with the state to grow, use and care for others with medical marijuana. (AP Photo/Jeff Barnard)
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    Posted: 8/3/2011 6:35:48 AM EST
    The pay phone still works Friday, July 29,k 2011 outside the post office in Williams, Ore., which has the highest concentration of registered medical marijuana cardholders of any zip code in Oregon. (AP Photo/Jeff Barnard)
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    Posted: 8/3/2011 6:35:48 AM EST
    Richard Reams poses July 29, 2011 with a sample of medical marijuana in his OregonGreen Lab in Williams, Ore. Reams decided to tap the rising popularity of medical marijuana by starting the lab, which tests samples for potency and active ingredients. (AP Photo/Jeff Barnard)
  •  - A variety of medical marijuana strains are seen at marijuana dispensary in Denver

    A variety of medical marijuana strains are seen at marijuana dispensary in Denver

    Posted: 6/20/2011 11:34:46 PM EST
    A variety of medical marijuana strains are seen at marijuana dispensary Alpine Herbal Wellness in Denver June 20, 2011. Marijuana dispensaries in U.S. states that have legalized medical pot are struggling to obtain service from banks and credit-card companies, pressured by federal authorities who consider illegal the business estimated at $1.7 billion annually. "It was a nightmare," Sue Harank, co-owner of the dispensary, said of her efforts to find a bank. The shop opened in March 2010, and during the following six months two banks and a credit union closed her accounts, she said. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH POLITICS)
  •  - A variety of medical marijuana strains are seen at marijuana dispensary in Denver

    A variety of medical marijuana strains are seen at marijuana dispensary in Denver

    Posted: 6/20/2011 11:31:55 PM EST
    A variety of medical marijuana strains are seen at marijuana dispensary Alpine Herbal Wellness in Denver June 20, 2011. Marijuana dispensaries in U.S. states that have legalized medical pot are struggling to obtain service from banks and credit-card companies, pressured by federal authorities who consider illegal the business estimated at $1.7 billion annually. "It was a nightmare," Sue Harank, co-owner of the dispensary, said of her efforts to find a bank. The shop opened in March 2010, and during the following six months two banks and a credit union closed her accounts, she said. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH POLITICS)
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    Posted: 6/8/2011 7:45:57 PM EST
    Medical marijuana user Joe Schwartz, 90, poses for a picture at his home in Laguna Woods, Calif., Wednesday, June 1, 2011. Schwartz is a 90-year-old great-grandfather of three who enjoys a few puffs of pot each night before he crawls into bed in the Southern California retirement community he calls home. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
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    Posted: 6/8/2011 7:45:57 PM EST
    Medical marijuana user Joe Schwartz, 90, poses for a picture at his home in Laguna Woods, Calif., Wednesday, June 1, 2011. Schwartz is a 90-year-old great-grandfather of three who enjoys a few puffs of pot each night before he crawls into bed in the Southern California retirement community he calls home.(AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
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    Posted: 6/8/2011 7:25:49 AM EST
    Medical marijuana user Joe Schwartz, 90, poses for a picture at his home in Laguna Woods, Calif., Wednesday, June 1, 2011. Schwartz is a 90-year-old great-grandfather of three who enjoys a few puffs of pot each night before he crawls into bed in the Southern California retirement community he calls home. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
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    Posted: 6/8/2011 7:25:49 AM EST
    Medical marijuana user Joe Schwartz, 90, poses for a picture at his home in Laguna Woods, Calif., Wednesday, June 1, 2011. Schwartz is a 90-year-old great-grandfather of three who enjoys a few puffs of pot each night before he crawls into bed in the Southern California retirement community he calls home.(AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
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    Posted: 6/8/2011 7:25:49 AM EST
    Medical marijuana user Joe Schwartz, 90, poses for a picture at his home in Laguna Woods, Calif., Wednesday, June 1, 2011. Schwartz is a 90-year-old great-grandfather of three who enjoys a few puffs of pot each night before he crawls into bed in the Southern California retirement community he calls home. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
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    Posted: 6/3/2011 12:04:33 AM EST
    Potting soil for marijuana are displayed at the weGrow superstore-sized garden center in Phoenix, Arizona June 2, 2011. California-based company, weGrow, is seeking to capitalize on Arizona's newly enacted medical marijuana law. The 21,000-square-foot (6,400 meter) store offers some 2,000 products, including soil, grow lights and irrigation trays, specially designed for effective marijuana growing, founder Dhar Mann told Reuters. To match Reuters Life! MARIJUANA-STORE/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 6/3/2011 12:04:33 AM EST
    Potting soil for marijuana are displayed at the weGrow superstore-sized garden center in Phoenix, Arizona June 2, 2011. California-based company, weGrow, is seeking to capitalize on Arizona's newly enacted medical marijuana law. The 21,000-square-foot (6,400 meter) store offers some 2,000 products, including soil, grow lights and irrigation trays, specially designed for effective marijuana growing, founder Dhar Mann told Reuters. To match Reuters Life! MARIJUANA-STORE/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 6/2/2011 11:46:11 PM EST
    Donna Sobol sits near a case displaying marijuana paraphernalia at the weGrow superstore-sized garden center in Phoenix, Arizona June 2, 2011. California-based company, weGrow, is seeking to capitalize on Arizona's newly enacted medical marijuana law. The 21,000-square-foot (6,400 meter) store offers some 2,000 products, including soil, grow lights and irrigation trays, specially designed for effective marijuana growing, founder Dhar Mann told Reuters. To match Reuters Life! MARIJUANA-STORE/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 6/2/2011 11:43:55 PM EST
    Workers are seen inside the weGrow superstore-sized garden center in Phoenix, Arizona June 2, 2011. California-based company, weGrow, is seeking to capitalize on Arizona's newly enacted medical marijuana law. The 21,000-square-foot (6,400 meter) store offers some 2,000 products, including soil, grow lights and irrigation trays, specially designed for effective marijuana growing, founder Dhar Mann told Reuters. To match Reuters Life! MARIJUANA-STORE/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS HEALTH)
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    Posted: 6/2/2011 11:42:42 PM EST
    People walk outside the weGrow superstore-sized garden center that sells marijuana products in Phoenix, Arizona June 2, 2011. California-based company, weGrow, is seeking to capitalize on Arizona's newly enacted medical marijuana law. The 21,000-square-foot (6,400 meter) store offers some 2,000 products, including soil, grow lights and irrigation trays, specially designed for effective marijuana growing, founder Dhar Mann told Reuters. To match Reuters Life! MARIJUANA-STORE/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 6/2/2011 11:40:42 PM EST
    A worker (R) shows off a makeshift marijuana green space area to a customer at the weGrow superstore-sized garden center in Phoenix, Arizona June 2, 2011. California-based company, weGrow, is seeking to capitalize on Arizona's newly enacted medical marijuana law. The 21,000-square-foot (6,400 meter) store offers some 2,000 products, including soil, grow lights and irrigation trays, specially designed for effective marijuana growing, founder Dhar Mann told Reuters. To match Reuters Life! MARIJUANA-STORE/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS HEALTH)
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    Posted: 6/2/2011 11:37:38 PM EST
    Paperwork to register for medical marijuana is displayed as Donna Sobol works on her computer at the weGrow superstore-sized garden center in Phoenix, Arizona June 2, 2011. California-based company, weGrow, is seeking to capitalize on Arizona's newly enacted medical marijuana law. The 21,000-square-foot (6,400 meter) store offers some 2,000 products, including soil, grow lights and irrigation trays, specially designed for effective marijuana growing, founder Dhar Mann told Reuters. To match Reuters Life! MARIJUANA-STORE/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS HEALTH)
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    Posted: 6/2/2011 11:35:41 PM EST
    A sign displays the weGrow logo outside the superstore-sized garden center that sells marijuana products in Phoenix, Arizona June 2, 2011. California-based company, weGrow, is seeking to capitalize on Arizona's newly enacted medical marijuana law. The 21,000-square-foot (6,400 meter) store offers some 2,000 products, including soil, grow lights and irrigation trays, specially designed for effective marijuana growing, founder Dhar Mann told Reuters. To match Reuters Life! MARIJUANA-STORE/ REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS HEALTH)


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