In the most recent poll of Ohio voters, medical marijuana has overwhelming support. Even recreational pot garnered a majority vote. But as our state lags behind others in marijuana legislation, some families are moving to places like Colorado, becoming medical marijuana refugees. [Read more…]
Nationwide, attitudes and laws regarding marijuana are changing. For the first time ever, surveys reveal that the majority of Americans don’t only approve of medical marijuana programs, but support legalization of pot as well. In Ohio, there are several possible changes on tap, with lawmakers and citizens alike leading the way. [Read more…]
The teenager who sold high-grade marijuana to suburban high-school classmates will find himself locked up for at least several months following his sentencing this week. According to the Associated Press, Tyler Pagenstecher was sentenced to serve six months to three years in a juvenile facility and was immediately taken in to custody. [Read more…]
Seventeen-year old Tyler Pagenstecher is facing the likelihood that he will be incarcerated until he is 21, for his role in a marijuana trafficking ring that supplied high school students and others with their pot. The smart teenager, who made all A’s and B’s at Mason High School, seemed to be a normal teen, skateboarding and playing video games, but he was allegedly in charge of several lieutenants and made some serious cash pushing marijuana.
Marijuana laws are changing across the country and although there is medical marijuana legislation pending in Ohio, many are saying the legislation will never pass. Caught up in politics and the fear that a “yes” vote on this law could cost them some election votes, some politicians are said to be playing it safe. [Read more…]