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Legal marijuana for sale in Washington:
Washington became the second state Tuesday to allow people to buy marijuana legally in the U.S. without a doctor’s note. People bought pot at 8 a.m. at Bellingham’s Top Shelf Cannabis.
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Marijuana is finally legalised for use in Washington State. So you're from Vancouver B.C. and you think you can drive down to Smoke Marijuana in Seattle. U.S. Customs & Border Protection pulls you aside after you tell them you are coming down for Marijuana. They ask you if you smoke marijuana and you say yes. Well you have now just opened a barrel of rattle snakes. Plus you now have got one step closer to needing a us entry waiver. We will discuss this very sensitive issue. Admitting to CBP ABOUT ANYTHING DRUG RELATED is essentially you giving them the rope to hang yourself, standing on the gallows, paying them to tie youyr hands behind your back and then yelling at them to pull the lever. We will discuss their reasoning behind it, their interrogation techniques and what you can expect to happen to you. YOU MAY END UP NEEDING A US ENTRY WAIVER.
Rez and Andy hit the streets in Washington state where they're making history as one of the only places in the world where you can buy marijuana legally.
They'll talk to one of the owners of the first Spokane Marijuana shop to open, Green Leaf, and find out how it all went. They'll also talk to the first man who purchased marijuana and then get fired, the owners of what everyone's calling the city's first "Bed and Bud"--the 1899 House, a medical doctor who will explain what it means to "Drive high, get a DUI!", the owner of Cinder Marijuana Shop in Spokane Valley who says his store is being blocked from opening, and lots of live opinions from the streets.
Will it be a good thing for Washington? Should the rest of the country do the same? Will the federal government eventually come in and close it down? Will the legal prices be too high for consumers? "Let's Talk about it!"
Call in and talk about legalized marijuana.
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In a laid back lazy Sunday afternoon conversation at the Scurv Sanctuary, we shared a wonderful conversation about actor Denzel Washington which started with his outstanding role in the movie "Flight" which focused on his character's fight with drug and alcohol addiction as well as his denial to face the fact that he had a huge problem.
We spoke on how society has evolved for the worst and where we stand as a people in the year 2014.
Interesting exchange indeed and we would love to hear your feedback, thoughts and comments to continue such an important dialogue.
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Clint Didier, former Washington Redskins tight end and Super Bowl hero, is running for Congress in Washington state. A Tea Party favorite, he has been endorsed by the likes of Ron Paul, Mark Levin and Amy Kremer, co-founder of Tea Party Patriots. With the country seemingly in contstant turmoil and looking for change, Clint calls in to Liberty Drive to discuss his candidacy, why the Obama regime has been a disaster, the Redskins name controversy, and how America can return to prosperity.
At the top of the hour host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Altonya Washington back to Conversations LIVE to discuss her literary success and new titles. Then at 30 min past the hour Webb welcomes Duchess Jureesa McBride to the show.
Listen in as Coach Scott, Sweet Lou, D.Nash and Zo tear apart the sports world. The fellas are proudly the radio voice of the DC Rollergirls! Listen in for the weekly segments where we crown our SLZE of the Week, the quiz known as Scotty Doesn't Know, the Floyd Brewing Company Hot Seat (done outside of football season), our picks for the week, and the Sound Off, Send Off!
We go LIVE every Tuesday night at 9:00pm from the Basement/Penthouse Capitol of the World. Check out the website: www.SLZESports.com, like us of Facebook, follow us on Twitter @SLZESports and check out the DC Rollergirls when they're live at the DC Armory: www.DCRollergirls.com.
Depew, NY – It’s been said the only guarantees in life are death and taxes, and each April you can guarantee anyone writing a check to the U.S. Treasury is not happy about it. We dread paying our taxes, but that dread prevents us from being proactive about them.
Rosemarie Steeb is a CPA and founder of Rosemarie Steeb Tax Services, specializing in income tax preparation services for individuals, trusts, public charities and private foundations. For over 30 years, Steeb has brought her exceptional grasp of the complex issues associated with tax compliance, educating her clients in overlooked deductions to help reduce their obligation.
“I take a no-stone-left-unturned approach to accounting,” says Rosemarie. “There are so many deductions individuals can be taking advantage within the purview of the law; they’re simply not widely publicized.”
Whether it’s retirement saving credits, deductions for volunteer activity, non-cash contributions like the Salvation Army or Good Will, even education credits, Rosemarie says clients are often surprised by how many deductions they’re eligible for. They can even amend their last three years of tax returns to reflect these overlooked deductions.
Though she acknowledges people rely on their accountants a great deal, Rosemarie actually prefers that her clients be educated and aware. She says she’s most passionate about her work with non-profit organizations, educating them on all the facets of compliance so they can continue to receive funding and do great work.
“There’s no reason the complexity of the rules should prevent these organizations from delivering critical services to our community," says Rosemarie. "When I could see that I was giving back to my community by helping these organizations achieve their missions, it became my mission.”
On PERSPECTIVES we host Isaac Mwanza & Chola lungu-Mutoni (Zambia), Emmanuel Ndhlovu (Zimbabwe) and Jacob Ouma (Kenya) distinguished young Africans who have shown or provided leadership who are in the Unites States for the Washington Fellowship on leadership development. The six weeks long leadership program has drawn young African leaders from Eastern, Western and Southern African countries on a continued working and leadership program developed under what was initially known as the President's Forum for Young African Leaders. They join us this Saturday to discuss their experiences in the leadership training program.
On tonights show we spotlight Jerimiah's "DontTellEm" (great cut, Dj's gonna love this beat", August Alsina's "Numb" ft B.O.B. (another strong dance cut) and Kem's "ItsYou". Come join us tonight as we keep you in touch with the newest cuts and give you a feel about the newest sounds Jerimiah's "DontTellEm" has made strong moves up the sales and radio charts. August Alsina's "Numb" has been on deck and now looks like its primed to move and Kem's "ItsYou" is brand new and is just a great song. Come join us tonight (347) 836-774
Tonight we dive into the Seattle Seahawks off season with Bleacher Report reporter, Keith Myers. We'll talk about the draft, big contracts, and how the Super Bowl 48 Champs can recreate the success of last season. Then we'll be joined by NFLFemale Redskins reporter Kelli Patrice, and CBS Sports reporter Pete Medhurst to look forward to the 2014 Washington season. Join us!