Tuesday, August 12, 2014

This Week in Dope Smoking and Transport

It is a big week for responsible transportation choices for dope smokers. First, medicinal marijuana patients sued the city of San Diego for zoning regulations that forced them to drive really far to reach the dispensaries:
Medical marijuana smokers in San Diego say the city has forced their pot shops to locate in remote areas and that means the drives to and from will increase air pollution — and ultimately, harm their lungs.
Then, in San Francisco of all places, Eaze is being scrutinized for delivering pot in under 20 minutes. Here is a story. A snippet:
As The Chronicle reported recently, there's a new San Francisco startup called Eaze that bills itself as the "Uber of pot" because it allows medical marijuana patients to use their smartphones to order pot and have it delivered by people driving their own vehicles. No word yet on whether there will be big fluffy green marijuana leaves on the cars' grilles to identify them.
I am pretty sure these are the first two legitimate dope related transport issues that do not involve impaired driving or smuggling.
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