Authorities say that seven children were inside an Oroville home when a butane hash oil (BHO) lab exploded Tuesday night. The house fire and explosion happened at a home on the 5300 block of Walmer Road in Oroville in Butte County around 8 p.m. Tuesday. Continue reading 7 Children in Home with Hash Oil Explosion
AB 266 Passes Legislature, Ask Governor to Veto It. Medical Marijuana is NOT medicine.
By Roger Morgan, Founder, Take Back America Campaign
It’s tough to regulate a criminal activity. First of all, “medical marijuana” isn’t medicine. The term was coined to give pot a good name as a first step toward full legalization. Since federal law was a barrier to the hoax, the pro-pot lobby, financed by Soros and others, hoodwinked California voters into approving marijuana for the chronically ill in 1996.
The marijuana industry has crafted the latest bill. We urge the governor to veto it. Here is what is missing: Continue reading California Tries to Regulate “Medical” Marijuana
Vape pens can be rigged for BHO, also know as dabs, the most potent form of marijuana with THC going up to 96%. Since anyone in California over 18 can get a “medical” marijuana card, vaping has been the way to go for many of our youths on the fast track to addiction and marijuana psychosis. Continue reading Vape Pens Next Big Push in Marijuana Industry
Better Protection from BHO Labs for Families
By Roger Morgan, Founder Take Back America Campaign #stoppot (916) 434 5629
In 2014, Butane Hash Oil (BHO) labs killed 32 people in California.
Driven by greed, and the growing popularity of this highly potent marijuana derivative, amateurs have been blowing up homes and apartments with greater frequency while making BHO, a marijuana derivative. Governor Brown signed SB 212 on August 7. Authored by Senator Tony Mendoza, the bill will reclassify the crime of operating BHO and methamphetamine labs as aggravated felony, if they are in proximity to residences and schools. Senator Tony Mendoza authored the bill which will go into effect Continue reading Gov. Brown Signs Bill to Help Stop Fires, Explosions