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Willie has said he is looking forward to working with the best growers in Colorado and Washington to make sure our product is the best on the market.
His announcement says that as other states go to legalization, his brand will be sold there also.
In what is described as a unique American enterprise Nelson’s move into legalized pot sales reflects his longstanding experience and his commitment to regulated, natural and high quality strains of marijuana in U.S. legal markets.
Now, with the advent of “Willie’s Reserve” they are not going to have to wait until he dies “to roll me up and smoke me!”
Accused shooter Jeremy Grable of Poplar Bluff, Mo., could see yet another Judge recused in his case
Monday, Sept.21, the prosecution asked that Judge Swindle recuse because he was the judge who bound Grable over to Circuit Court on a non circuit court level. He presided at Grable’s preliminary hearing. On Monday Judge Swindle said he would research the request.
Grable is accused of shooting Sheila Hunt during an argument over custody at his home in Poplar Bluff. Hunt survived the attack. He is charged with first degree assault and armed criminal action. Grable is the former superintendent of streets for the City of Poplar Bluff.
Judge Swindle is the third judge assigned to the case. The other two recused due to personal connection with the parties in the case.
Should Judge Swindle remain on the case, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Paul Oesterreicher told the Hill ’n Holler Review that the matter could go to trial sometime next year. Should Judge Swindle recuse, then there would be a delay until another judge is appointed.