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  1. Horticulturalists bemused by code of conduct rules that forbid members from talking about weed use or smoking, but they've also been alarmed by the increasing availability of legal recreational marijuana in the state. The new regulations would make it more difficult for growers, processors, shops and others to operate within the rules, forcing them to follow up with state regulators to learn about products and the safety of products.

    The rule is expected to reduce marijuana use in Colorado by about 9 percent over two years, according to the state Department of Revenue. That compares to the current rate at which the state is reducing teen marijuana use, says Kevin Wilson, the director of the Colorado Office of Marijuana Enforcement. "It just comes down to the cost of implementation," Wilson says.

    The Colorado Department of Revenue would not comment on the new rule, but its office issued a statement to The Associated Press that read in part:

    "While we welcome the ability for growers and processors to meet existing industry standards, the implementation of this rule will have a disproportionate impact on those who do not wish to grow or process marijuana on their property," said David Johnson, the department's director of enforcement. "It will result in a significant spike in reported incidents."

    Some marijuana industry leaders want tougher enforcement rules.

    John C. Stoddard, president of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, called for tougher enforcement of the state's marijuana rules. "Marijuana producers and processors that want to operate safely in a way that complies with state law will have to comply," he wrote in an email to The Associated Press. "Our members are willing to take that extra step."

    Some companies have said they'll have to hire fewer employees to comply with state rules. "If (they're) going to take on additional employees," says Bill Brown, chief executive officer of Colorado cannabis company Cann Group, "they must be paid for that time."

    In a letter last month to Colorado's Marijuana Enforcement Division, two groups representing Colorado growers called for tougher enforcement of the regulations. The National Cannabis Industry Association and the United States Growers Association say they're worried by state regulations that prohibit growers from using pot outside areas designated as restricted for recreational use such as schools and school grounds.

    Michael Siegel, the director of the State Department's Division of Marijuana Enforcement, said his agency would do what it can to crack down on such regulations.

    "I've heard complaints and concerns from the industry," Siegel said Monday. "We have been given the opportunity to engage with them to make sure they understand the implications of the regulations that they put on the industry."

    But the rules may not be enforced in a hurry.

    In 2014, the last year for which data is available, the state's revenue director, Ro


  2. こんにちは。

    1. @灰常记忆 : 其实前些天我整理浏览器里的【独立博客】收藏夹的时候发现好多都不能访问了

    1. @Wayne : 其实这对我来说不太好办,因为我也只用过5家VPS(按先后顺序):

      1. DigitalOcean
      2. Linode
      3. AcrosVM
      4. BudgetVM
      5. Host1Plus

      前两者很贵,每月$5/$10起,应该是KVM/Xen之类的独立的架构 其中DO的后台很好用
      AcrosVM不提供 但三者使用联通4g都很快 A家的油管1080p流畅 其他没试 ping基本上600ms到头了

      但在某些民营运营商的网络中b家慢到爆 ping3000+ ms

    2. @Wayne : 此外host1plus的后台提供镜像备份功能 我这个OVZ 256m但VPS最多支持两个
      AcrosVM提供的操作系统很少 没有rDNS(另外两家都有)

  3. @@@
    Citing current and former senior administration officials, the report claims the Israeli espionage operation began shortly after the U.S. began secretive talks with Iran in 2012. American officials expected Israel to spy on the negotiation process because even the closest of allies spy on each other. According to the WSJ, U.S. intelligence agencies actually found out about the spying because they were already spying on Israel.

    "The White House discovered the operation, in fact, when U.S. intelligence agencies spying on Israel intercepted communications among Israeli officials that carried details the U.S. believed could have come only from access to the confidential talks, officials briefed on the matter said," wrote the WSJ, who also corroborated its story with unnamed European and Israeli sources.

    The real issue, according to administration officials, is that Israel used that stolen intelligence to deliberately politicize the negotiation process.

    "It is one thing for the U.S. and Israel to spy on each other," an unnamed senior official told the WSJ. "It is another thing for Israel to steal U.S. secrets and play them back to U.S. legislators to undermine U.S. diplomacy."

    According to the report, Israel shared the stolen information with Republican leaders hoping that they could use it to persuade more Democrats to support new sanctions against Iran - something President Barack Obama has repeatedly insisted would harm the negotiation process.

    Israel denied the allegations, claiming it obtained the information by monitoring Iranian leaders and other sources.

    "These allegations are utterly false," one senior Israeli official in the Prime Minister's office . "The state of Israel does not conduct espionage against the United States or Israel's other allies."

    Another Israeli official, outgoing Israeli foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman, told the country's Army Radio on Tuesday that Israel "reached a decision a long time ago not to spy on the US and I haven't come across anyone who has violated that instruction in several decades," .

    State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki commented Tuesday saying, "We will continue our close military intelligence and security cooperation with Israel and that hasn't changed," .

    Psaki said that the U.S. briefs members of Congress on the Iran talks, adding that it's "an absurd notion that Congress would have to rely on any foreign government to gain insight on the administration's nuclear negotiations with Iran."

    "We have spoken in the past of our concern about leaks of sensitive information, and our concern that sensitive information remain private," Psaki added.

    Obama said Tuesday that he won't be commenting on the reports, 

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  5. 友链已加。请把我网站在贵站的友链名称改成我最新的标题和副标题,谢谢

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