Learn More About GreenRush’s Sour Georgia Pine Strain

Green Rush’s Sour Georgia Pine strain is terpene sauce that shines through the jar. A green sticker reading 10.28% terps was the final factor for picking it up.

I couldn’t pinpoint the aromatics right away, once I disturbed the wet orange sauce with my dabber, pine, lemon, and sour fuel smells rolled out.The taste was surprisingly bubbly compared to the bite of the aroma. Exhaling after each dab tasted like bubbly lemons and hops. The taste was reminiscent of an ice cold hefeweizen beer.

The high acted fast! My mouth started salivating instantly and brought on a strong focus. My brain hummed smoothly as I wrote for hours. This strain is awesome for summoning your muse, offering vital creative assistance. Use the Sour Georgia Pine strain to crush through your writer’s block.

Sour Georgia Pine strain

Cannabinoid Breakdown

  • Total THC: 64.4%
  • Total Cannabinoids: 70.63%

Sour Georgia Pine Strain Overview

  • Sativa-hybrid
  • Genetics: Not sure what the sour is, but Georgia Pine is a cross between Willy’s Wonder and Killer Queen G13. My guess is the sour comes from Sour Diesel.
  • Aromatics: Lemon, pine, and hints of sour gas
  • Flavor: Hops and lemons, reminiscent of a hefeweizen

Sour Georgia Pine strain

GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.

Berner Helps Launch Cookies Los Angeles Recreational Retailer

Proposition 64 legalized the sale of recreational cannabis in California as of Jan. 1. Of the thousand or so businesses that opened their doors to adults 21 and over, none were more anticipated than Cookies Los Angeles in Maywood.

Cookies Comes To SoCal

The Cookies Los Angeles debut was met with a line that wrapped around the block. Hundreds of people waited eagerly to buy strains like Biscotti, Lemonchello #19, Sherbet, Gelato, London Pound Cake and of course, the original Cookies strain. The fanfare was capped off with taco truck catering and star-studded cameo’s from B-Real and Berner himself, who was helping customers and hanging out with fans.

Berner is a rapper and cannabis entrepreneur. He’s the face of Cookies Fam’s cannabis and has helped turn the Cookies brand into a cannabis phenomenon. They have a cult following in the cannabis and hip-hop communities. Berner has done a tremendous job of intertwining Cookies references into well-crafted verses, adding to the brand’s luxurious aura. His latest album release “The Big Pescado,” coincided with the Cookies Los Angeles debut.

“I hit the G- pen on the plane then I take me a nap (I’m out)
The lemoncello’s so good that I keep every batch (I keep it all)
But you can grab a QP, just throw me a rack (I need a G)” Noid, The Big Pescado

Cookies Los Angeles Helps Community

Stoners and hip-hop heads weren’t the only people excited about the Cookies Fam and Berner’s move into the recreational cannabis industry. Maywood’s city officials are using recreational cannabis profits to bolster the city’s economy. Maywood gets 6 percent of Cookies Los Angeles profits for allowing them to operate in the city. That direct tax will be used to pay the city’s debt, fund city services, build up city infrastructure, and construct a new sheriff’s substation.

The Cookies Fam is one of the most infamous breeders in cannabis culture. They’re the creators of the original Cookies strain that started a cookies revolution. You’re likely to find some kind of cookies strain on any retail or medical shelf on the west coast. Cookies strains are synonymous with frosted, colorful flowers that produce memorable flavors and euphoric effects. They used the original Cookies genetics to breed the likes of Gelato, Sherbet, and Biscotti. The Cookies Fam have stolen the hearts of occasional cannabis users and connoisseurs alike.

Berner has helped normalize cannabis through his music, social media presence and Cookies branded clothing. Holding down a spot in the recreational market will continue their push to make Cookies one of the most recognizable names in the cannabis industry.

As glamorous as the Cookies Fam life is, there’s a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes to make it happen. All of the work paid off, Cookies Los Angeles is a premier cannabis retailer in Southern California, part of the largest recreational cannabis market in the world. More than that, their work is directly helping rebuild the Maywood community. Something that goes far beyond growing and smoking weed.

GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.

Washington’s Cannabis Industry Is Still Waiting For LeafData

Respect My Region previously reported that LeafData would black out temporarily during its initial launch on Jan 1. That turned out to be incorrect because LeafData never launched and instead was delayed a second time.

LeafData’s newest projected release is February 1st.

It’s been over three months since the Washington State Liquor Cannabis Control Board (WSLCB ) gave MJ Freeway an estimated $3.1 million to replace Washington’s cannabis traceability system.  With little to show for it, the collective cannabis industry is frustrated.

Some worry the WSLCB  is putting the entire industry at risk during a time when Attorney General Jeff Sessions has increased anti-cannabis rhetoric and rescinded federal marijuana protections, also known as the Cole Memo. Washington’s cannabis industry has generated over $2.9 billion dollars in total revenue since its inception. It’s created thousands of jobs and is funding numerous state programs such as law-enforcement, Medicaid, public health programs and cannabis research.

The WSLCB increased all producer/processor fees to pay for LeafData’s creation. An I-502 producer/processor who wishes to remain anonymous told Respect My Region their annual fee increased by 38 percent. Senate Bill 5130came into effect on June 30, 2017, and increases licensee renewal fees until June 18, 2018.

MJ Freeway is the technology and data consulting company that built LeafData for Washington’s recreational cannabis industry. All cannabis products must be tracked from seed to sale. This means that each product has a strict chain of custody it must go through at each stop on it’s path to retailers. This helps the state prove to the federal government that product is staying out of the black market.

While MJ Freeway and the WLCB finish LeafData, there’s no state provided traceability system in place, but there is a contingency plan in effect. The WSLCB ’s contingency plan consists of manually filling out spreadsheets they generate. The amount of information required for traceability compliance is unrealistic to complete by hand. Some retailers don’t accept WSLCB  generated spreadsheets according to an anonymous I-502 producer/processor. This forces producer/processors to pay for the third-party contingency system.

BioTrackTHC launched the Unified Contingency System (UCS) to help licensees with data collection during this time. The UCS is a completely privatized clone of BioTrack’s traceability system. It was created with cooperation other third-party traceability software providers: WeedTraqr, Greenbits, GrowFlow, TraceWeed, MisterKraken, S2Solutions, and DopePlow. This allows licensees to conduct traceability work on BioTrackTHC without manually filling out spreadsheets. The data is collected and will be transferred to LeafData’s system when it’s ready.  BioTrackTHC is asking for a $50 monthly fee from all licensees using the UCS.

It’s important to note that BioTrackTHC is under no obligation from the WSLCB or anyone to operate the UCS.

BioTrackTHC held Washington’s previous traceability contract. They were replaced by MJ Freeway when they couldn’t come to terms with the state for a contract extension. BioTrackTHC’s CEO Peter Vo wasn’t confident in the newest bidding terms laid out by the WSLCB and pulled out. He wasn’t confident the newest contract followed the Cole Memo’s strict conditions, which could be detrimental to the entire industry.

Vo is speaking about the WSLCB ’s request that MJ Freeway allows for larger “lots” entered into the system. A “lot” is a labeled batch of flower that has been tracked through all its various production stages and is on its way to the retailer.

The Cole Memo allowed a five-pound lot limit. BioTrackTHC’s system wouldn’t allow you to enter lots into the system above five-pounds. The WSLCB  asked MJ Freeway to allow larger lot entries but with the  Cole Memo out of play, it’s possible this might not matter anymore.

When MJ Freeway was awarded Washington’s traceability contract, LeafData wasn’t built yet. A common practice in the technology industry is to build the platform after the contract is awarded. This allows MJ Freeway to build LeafData to the WSLCB’s exact specifications for the interface, tracking, alerts, audits, reports, etc., Jeannette Ward said. Ward is the Global Marketing & Communications Vice President for MJ Freeway.

The original rollout date of Oct. 1 was aggressive and “shorter and faster than any system had been rolled out,” Ward said.

The October 1st goal was set because it was the end date of BioTrackTHC’s contract. The WSLCB  delayed LeafData for further system tests. Around this time, Vo and WeedTraQR CEO David Busby conducted a personal investigation into a suspicious email sent from LeafData to several cannabis retailers. It contained information not publicly available and suggested that LeafData and MJ Freeway’s data security could have been compromised.

MJ Freeway was already dealing with security breachesservice outages and losing a Nevada contract in 2017, leading critics to question if MJ Freeway was capable enough to handle Washington’s traceability needs and if the WSLCB had made a mistake awarding them the contract.

The WSLCB  said the Washington State Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) assessed the security risks, but Vo says the WSLCB  declined to give him physical proof of OCIO’s check. The date was pushed back to January 1st and was set to allow for three months of additional testing, but that deadline was missed as well.

According to Ward, the WSLCB  pushed back LeafData’s installation to February 1st so third-parties would have more time to integrate and licensees would have more time to train on LeafData. Ward also believes the lack of integration was due to lackadaisical licensees, not LeafData’s system stability. She says their system was ready to go, citing two successful integrations prior to the recent delay.

“Some people don’t do their homework until the night before,” Ward said.

GrowFlow representative Tom Wilson told Respect My Region the reason for the most recent delay was because LeafData, simply isn’t ready.

“There are around 30 outstanding bugs in the system, and the WSLCB  did not want to go live with such a buggy system,” Wilson wrote in an email.

If LeafData does go live on Feb. 1, there is a timeline of events that are supposed to happen. These events break ground for the LeafData installation. One of these events, known as a “code freeze,” was scheduled for January 14th and there isn’t sound proof that happened, per an anonymous I-502 producer/processor. This leads some to fear another delay is inevitable or the system will launch with unresolved bugs.

LeafData might only serve roughly one-fourth of licensees. Around 75 percent of licensees use a third-party traceability providers that are helping with the UCS. Critics argue I-502 producer/processors were forced to pay for LeafData when most won’t use it, to begin with, plus those who want to use it can’t because it isn’t operational.

Diego Pellicer is a Seattle cannabis retailer currently using the UCS, but is planning on switching to LeafData when it launches. Jesse Leach is the General Manager and says the UCS is working fine, although it’s adding more work for the inventory crew.

Leach believes the WSLCB did their best when they were forced to scramble and find a new traceability suitor after their first option, Metrc, didn’t work out. Leach says Metrc bailed on the contract and forced the WSLCB to find a new suitor. An anonymous I-502 producer/processor says they and other producer/processors raised hell and forced the WSLCB to find something better than Metrc. The next closest bid was MJ Freeway.

At the end of the day, the industry is still trudging along. Several budtenders Respect My Region spoke to have no idea there is a traceability problem, to begin with. This means the UCS is working. But, the cannabis industry didn’t pay millions of dollars for a contingency plan, they paid for LeafData. The industry simply won’t know if LeafData will work properly until February 1st arrives, or if it will even arrive at all.

“We’re all just trying to get back to the way it was,” Leach said.

GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.

Vermont and To Legalize Cannabis Despite Jeff Sessions

The United States cannabis legalization movement shows no signs of slowing. Vermont and New Jersey are set to legalize cannabis for adults this year despite Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ best efforts. At the beginning of the month, Sessions made headlines by putting cannabis legalization in danger by rescinding federal cannabis protections. These protections are colloquially known as the Cole Memo. The Cole memo was set up to keep state recreational cannabis industries culpable for black market activities involving legal cannabis products.

Sessions didn’t outwardly tell federal prosecutors to go after cannabis, but he did remove any restrictions if they choose to do so themselves. Chills traveled down the collective cannabis industries spine, wondering if a bustling billion dollar experiment was about to come to an end. Especially after California opened America’s largest recreational cannabis industry.

Several state governments have held firm in their defense of votes decisions to legalize cannabis. It didn’t take long for Washington and Colorado lawmakers like Cory Gardner, Jay Inslee, and Bob Ferguson to defend their states cannabis laws and encouraged the industry to resist and continue business as usual. Not only has the industry continued with business as usual, other states are still hopping on the cannabis legalization wagon.

Vermont is the first state to legalize cannabis through legislation, rather than leaving it up to voters. The bill was passed by the Vermont legislature last week and Gov. Phil Scott is expecting to sign into law. This would allow adults 21 and over to grow and possess small amounts of cannabis. There’s no talk of a regulated recreational industry at this time, but Vermont senators hope this is a step in that direction.

New Jersey is set to be the second state to legalize weed through the legislature after the inauguration of Gov. Phil Murray. Dubbed the “anti-Chris Christie,” Murray campaigned on promises to make cannabis legal and it doesn’t look like he’s wasting anytime keeping them. This bill could be signed as early as late-January and will allow adults to possess and grow small amounts of cannabis. The bill includes scaffolding for the potential recreational sale of cannabis starting in 2018.

Sessions might be an unlikely ALLY in the quest for full cannabis legalization. It’s apparent state governments would rather listen to the 60 percent of citizens who live in cannabis safe states; rather than help an old man impose his destructively dated moral code. At this stage, the cannabis industry is poised to change state and federal economies. Thousands of jobs will be created and billions of dollars in revenue will be made. Washington has generated over $2 billion dollars in cannabis revenue alone.

Sessions’ attack against legal weed is an attack on the economic growth of the states and the country.

GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.

Jeff Sessions Calls For Federal Prosecution of Cannabis Activity

Trump’s stance during the 2017 election was to leave the states alone when it came to marijuana prosecution, a decision that held with President Obama and Attorney General Holder-era recommendations.

“I’m a states person, I think it should be up to the states,” Trump said.

Trump has been silent since Sessions rescinded the Cole memo on Jan. 4. Trump hasn’t reigned in Session who’s been attacking cannabis since he took his attorney general position. Trump has not kept to his word on many things since he was elected, and the states cannabis rights is another entry on that ever-growing list of lies.

Sessions is putting the entire legal cannabis industry in jeopardy after certain members of the GOP went after medical marijuana protections last month. Sessions wrote a letter to all state attorney generals stating the Cole Memorandum (Cole memo) is to be rescinded immediately and adherence to the Controlled Substance Act is recommended. This means that Obama-era polices of noninterference pertaining to states marijuana laws are no longer in place.

The Cole memo is the document drafted by former Deputy Attorney General James Cole that was the binding set of regulations states recreational cannabis laws we’re to obey. As long as states were in 100 percent compliance with these laws, federal prosecutors would abstain from inference of cannabis related activities.

States like Colorado have shown how serious they are about following the Cole memo’s rules. Last month the state raided 13 recreational dispensaries for state law violations. Colorado did this on its own accord with no prompting or help from DEA or any other federal agencies.

Sessions didn’t outright tell federal prosecutors to go after cannabis businesses, but he removed the  leashes if any decide to do so themselves. In his letter Sessions mentions the finite resources they’re managing to prosecute marijuana cases, but to uphold federal law which still labels cannabis as a schedule-one drug. U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling of Massachusetts said his office would aggressively pursue cannabis related crimes but the states recreational marijuana law isn’t be addressed at this time.

While Lelling seems to be lock-step with Sessions assessment that this is a “return to law,” most-everyone else seems to be unanimously against the move and are standing against Sessions and defending the Cole memo. Washington Governor Jay Inslee suggested the public stand firm and resist while Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson said “we’re not messing around” in regards defending the Washington’s cannabis industry.

In Washington consumers have purchased $2.48 billion in cannabis, paid $223 million in sales tax $682 million in marijuana tax. That’s almost a $1 billion budget for Washington to fight Sessions decision. These numbers are as of Oct. 2017, according to 502data.

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, U.S. Attorney Bob Troyer of the District of Colorado, Republican Senator Cory Gardner, Lt. Governor of California Gavin Newsome  and the Koch brothers are just some of the law makers and policy influencers that disagree with Sessions attack on the cannabis industry.

It’s well known that the war on drugs perpetuates racial stereotypes dealing with drug use and disproportionately effects black and brown neighborhoods, systematically ruining thousands of peoples lives. For Sessions to restart a drug war that’s wasted billions of tax dollars with no positive impact to show for it; is downright insulting to the critically thinking voters of this country. The majority of whom at minimum support medical cannabis if not complete legalization.

Cannabis needs to be further researched to fully understand its benefits and detriments, but it’s unanimously agreed that it’s safer than opioids, which is plaguing out country. It’s also safer than alcohol and tobacco; both are legal and regulated by the government despite having no medical usage whatsoever.

GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.

Which Rappers Have The Best Weed?

Berner – Girl Scout Cookies

Berner has the most popular and successful cannabis collaboration in the game with the Cookies Family. The Cookies Family are the originators of Girl Scout Cookies and other Cookies strains such as Sunset Sherbert, Gelato and Cherry Pie. These hybrids are respected around the world because of their one of a kind terpene profiles. Cookies has become a brand on its own with a full merchandise line. These days, we are hard pressed to find someone who has smoked weed, that hasn’t smoked cookies or at least heard of it in passing.

THC Farms – Rapper Kush

Rapper Kush is an exclusive strain from THC Farms. This Tacoma based farm is designed for the hip hop communities love of dense kushy flower. Rapper Kush is a woody kush that looks like a snow capped Washington mountain, Culture Magazine reports. This strain will put the entire crew on the same level or take you above the rim if you’re smoking solo.

Wiz Khalifa – Khalifa Kush

The real Khalifa Kush might not be available to anyone but the Wiz himself, according to Leafly, but the strains that claim the name usually resemble a OG Kush descendant with pine, earth and citrus aromatics.

Three of RMR’s most seasoned smokers tested the strain in Las Vegas and concluded it wasn’t worth the hype. Quality control matters for agricultural products like cannabis,  given KK that was over six-months-old and cost us over $20 for a “gram” preroll. Sometimes brands just don’t live up to the hype.

 

 

Paul Wall – Satellite OG Kush

Paul Wall is a rapper from Houston, who many know as the “grillz” guy. Wall still sells diamond teeth, but he’s got a few other business ventures now, including his own strain of weed called Satellite OG, per Forbes. This indica will relax your body and boost your mood. The aromatics resemble candy pine, according to Leafly.

Best Weed In Rap Music

 

B-Real – Tangie

Tangie is a sativa strain that gained notoriety in the 90’s, Leafly reports. B-Real from Cypress Hill owns his own dispensary in California called Dr. Greenthumb. His version of Tangie took 3rd place at the High Time Cannabis Cup in 2015, The Cannabist reports. Tangie is a citrus lovers dream, with tangerine and orange soda aromas and a fruity flavor. Tangie is the mother to one of GreenRush’s most unique strains, Tangelina Jolie.

Best Weed In Rap Music

Snoop Dogg – Snoop’s Dream

This is the result of crossing Master Kush and blue dream. This flower produces large yields with a berry-riddled kush terpene profile that even the Doggfather himself can’t resist. One of our favorite Snoop’s Dreams comes from Treehawk Farms in Washington state. Yielding around 5+ pounds per light, this strain is potent, tasty, and worth testing this holiday season. GreenRush has produced a Snoop’s Dream cut that reeked of berry punch.

Best Weed In Rap Music

GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.

Summary of California’s Cannabis Distribution Plans

California recreational marijuana sales kick off in 2018. California is the sixth largest economy in the world and already home to a medical marijuana industry that grosses $2.7 billion, Politico Magazine reports. That number is expected grow to around $15 billion after recreational sales begin. What happens in California’s cannabis market could have ramifications for future states looking to experiment with cannabis legalization. Cannabis distribution was and perhaps still is the most polarizing issue California faced on the eve of legalization.

In Washington and Colorado, cannabis producers sell directly to retailers. This allows processors/producers to negotiate with retailers on their own terms. When Californian citizens voted in Proposition 64, the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act (MMRSA,) to regulate their medical marijuana industry, it opened the door for cannabis distribution to be a major market force, The CannaLaw blog reports.

Washington and Colorado’s recreational markets don’t have structured cannabis distribution, the MMRSA makes producers and processors use a distribution company as a middle man between them and a retailer. This model is loosely based off the alcohol industry’s current three-tiered distribution method; that was implemented after prohibition to big-alcohol from advocating over-consumption through marketing.

Under this model, distributors are solely responsible for setting up deals between retailers and producers. It does this by negotiating prices and providing brand selection between the two, The CannaLaw Blog reports.A cannabis distribution model was adopted because it was the only way law enforcement would get behind legalization in California. Executive Director of California’s Grower Association (CGA,) Hezekiah Allen agreed to this model as a way of compromising the legal sale of a federally illegal substance, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Allen believes this system will ultimately be a positive gate keeper of cannabis culture. Critics say this model could let distributors control the flow of product by pushing out small farms that can’t afford expensive distribution services. The Teamsters Union supports a distribution model, as does the Marijuana Policy Project, a Libertarian-leaning advocacy group, Seattle Weekly reports.

Another reason alcohol based distribution was adopted? A former alcohol executive lobbied for just that. Ted Simpkins was a Senior Manager at Southern Wine and Spirits, America’s largest alcohol distributor. After he retired, he set his eyes on California’s blooming recreational industry. He started a cannabis distribution company called River Wellness or River collective, Politco Magazine reports. RVR invested over $130,000 into lobbying for alcohol based cannabis distribution. RVR and the CGA use the same Sacramento based lobbying firm.

California legislators have changed how cannabis distribution will take place. In August, the MMRSA was repealed in favor of the Medicinal and Adult Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAURSA.) This completely changes the cannabis distributers role. These new roles limit distributors to transportation and quality assurance practices only. They become another gate keeper for packing quality and testing practices. Producers and retailers are still free to deal with each other directly over product pricing, but licensees must go through a distributor to get products form one licensee to another. Cannabis distributors will charge for their services, but looks to be out of the market share like their counterparts in the alcohol industry.

Read The Full Politico Magazine Article About California’s Cannabis Distribution Debate

Check The CannaLaw Blog’s Report On California’s Distribution Debate

GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.

States Vow To Fight Against FCC Net Neutrality Repeal

FCC Vote Kills Net Neutrality

It’s been three weeks since the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)  voted 3-2 in favor of ending Obama-era net neutrality protections. Votes towed party lines, with both Democratic members dissenting and Republicans unanimously voted to return the internet to the free market, FCC commissioner Ajit Pai says.

Pai was a long time critic of Title II protections, saying it hampers internet service providers (ISP’s) ability to create new services and markets. Title II protections give internet service providers strong legal backing, The Verge reports. Pai says removing Title II protections returns the internet to the free market and that the internet as we know it won’t change drastically. But critics say drastic change that is exactly what will happen.

What Is Net Neutrality

Net neutrality is the idea that internet access is treated as a public utility like water or electricity. Government protections  stopped internet providers from throttling content providers bandwidth. For example: Verizon is a internet provider and soon will be offering their own original content through a streaming platform. Under these new protections, or lack thereof, Verizon could allow their content to stream faster and at a higher quality while stifling bandwidth for competition. Customers with Verizon internet would potentially have to pay increased rates to use Netflix or other competitors content at the same speed as Verizon’s content. This is a detriment to one-third of Americans who only have a single internet service provider to choose from, Motherboard reports.

“As a result of today’s misguided action, our broadband providers will get extraordinary new power from this agency,” said Jessica Rosenworcel, a FCC board member who voted against the repeal, The Hill reports.

“I dissent, because I am one of millions outraged,” Mignon Clyburn said. Clyburn is the other dissenting FCC board member, New York Times reports. Clyburn fiercely condemned the commission for ignoring the millions of citizens that vocalized their support for net neutrality protections. She continued by saying “the FCC pulls out its own teeth, abdicating responsibility to protect the nation’s broadband consumers.”

States Fighting Back

In a counter move, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is suing the FCC and challenging the Title II removal in court. Schneiderman said in a statement that his requests to delay the vote we’re repeatedly denied. The FCC also refused to help with Schneiderman’s investigation into the millions of fake comments that poured into the FCC website, tainting the public record. Critics say this shows the FCC’s disdain for public opinion, NPR reports. Washington state also vowed to defend its citizens and challenge the FCC in court. Gov. Jay Inslee, Attorney General Bob Ferguson and Washington states representatives released a statement Wednesday night stating their case against the FCC.

“This is not a partisan issue because Republican and Democrats agree that a free and open internet is good for consumers and good for this state,” Democratic Rep. Drew Hansen said. “We certainly wish the FCC would do the right thing, but if they don’t do the right thing, we will act and we will protect consumers here.”

Schneiderman is suggesting that ISP’s that break net neutrality standards will be barred from starting contracts in their state.  Apparently their are provisions within that keep the state from challenging the FCC vote, but a New York assembly maker implies that they can use the “power of the purse” to keep ISP’s from overreaching with their new found power.

*Feature Image PC:  (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, Pool)*

GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.

Enjoy The Dopest Play of NFL Week 12 With The Dr Who Strain

Dr. Who is a strain that’s as legendary as the science fiction time wizard it’s named after. This flower turns black around around two weeks before harvest and reeks like a sweet grape swisher with a taste to match. It’s a potent sativa, bringing a cerebral raciness that will wake you up and keep you going for hours. This is a strain that is best left for veteran cannabis users. If you’re a rookie, get ready to go on an adventure.

Dr. Who is a great strain to draw you into to really absorb these awesome plays from the NFL week 12. The Eagles continue to roll, the Chargers are getting hot and Steelers are closing distance to the Patriot in the AFC.

NFL Week 12 Dopest Plays

Keenan Allen runs through the entire Cowboy defense. 

Watch the Ravens punter throw a dime on a fake punt.

Buck Allen gets a giant sized push into the end zone. 

Julio Jones dominates the Buccaneer defense for 253 yards.

Antonio Brown is simply the best.

Alvin Kamara is a weapon in this Saints offense.

That double-move though. 

Kupp shows off great feet and body control. 

A rare wide-receiver to wide-receiver touchdown pass. 

GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.

Dr. Who #6 Sugar Wax Highlight

The Dr. Who #6 strain is one of the few strains in GreenRush’s garden that wasn’t hand bred by their Lead Grower, Blake Brush. This one was designed by TGA Subcool Seeds, and is the time-traveling offspring of Mad Scientist and Timewreck.

Dr. Who #6 test results came back with high amounts of Myrcene, which is a terpene associated with a spicy flavor and sedative effects. Dr. Who #6 has both in spades, along with strong grape/berry terpenes that shine through in the aroma and flavor.

Dr. Who #6 will turn almost jet black in the last two weeks of the flowering process. The trichomes shine in front of the black/purple flower backdrop. After Dr. Who #6 is put through the extraction process, it becomes a pale-yellow wax that resembles broken honey combs.

“Dr Who sugar wax from has the most exotic smells. Best way I can describe it is grape kush laced w sour skunk juice. If youre a concentrate head, you’ve gotta try it,” Brush exuded on Instagram.

Expect a potent hybrid high, with equal parts body relaxation and mental clarity. The Dr. Who #6 is potent, but still forgiving. Rookie smokers would be best to avoid this strain during the day, but if you’re a veteran in the cannabis game this one can power you through a rough day. Especially if you’re sore from a hard workout or mentally worn out from the daily grind called life.

Dr. Who Sugar Wax on Instagram

*GreenRush Cannabis is a WA i502 producer-processor located in the scenic Snohomish Valley. We produce a clean, sophisticated crop that has become a preferred brand for a number of top shops in Washington state known for our consistent terpene flavor, high quality, and deep impact.