Hey, did I mention that the entire mediocre Kyle Bronsdon catalog is on Google Music/Android Market now? All albums for $5 each? Single downloads for 50 cents?
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Thursday, January 19, 2012
"One of the stumbling blocks was the pending Compassion First vs. Arizona case, which challenged some of ADHS’ rules for prospective dispensary owners. Now that the judge has ruled *, ADHS is working to determine the next steps to begin accepting dispensary applications."
I hope you choke on your "stumbling blocks", you pigs.
* "The sole issue before the Court is whether the State has discretion to put implementation of the AMMA on hold while it pursues the District Court action. Defendants cite no authority for this proposition, and the Court has found none. As discussed above, the voters intended the AMMA be implemented within 120 days. This has not been done."
"The Court finds that [AZ Dept. of Health Services] exceeded its statutory authority in promulgating these challenged regulations, and therefore they are invalid."
"IT IS ORDERED denying Defendants’ Motion to Decline Non-Statutory Special Action Jurisdiction, Motion to Dismiss or in the Alternative, Motion to Stay."
"IT IS FURTHER ORDERED directing Defendants to implement the lawful provisions of the AMMA and, if necessary, to promulgate regulations that conform thereto."
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Friday, January 13, 2012
If that lawsuit is withdrawn or settled quickly, we could begin accepting dispensary applications this Summer.
Riiiight, YOU guys aren't holding things up, it's the people you forced to call you on section 2(F) of the AMMA - "Therefore, compliance with this Act does not put the state of Arizona in violation of federal law." - supposedly the reason for the bogus sandbagging. Douche.