| (名前未記入) 7/17(金) 14:46:27 No.20150717144627|
By the way, the SECU branch that was in that building is now across the street in the Department of Agriculture building where they are leasing space from the state how do you like that? You get evicted by the state, but they are nice enough to RENT you space in the meantime yes, and I heard that SECU even had to make improvements to the state building with their own money because of Department of Insurance rules on construction projects. between 440 and 540 and there is exactly one SECU branch in the area bordered by downtown, Knightdale, Louisburg Road and 40 East. And God forbid you go down east and try to find a branch. Not exactly every corner of the state.What this OMMA did was modify Oregon's state law to allow the possession, use and even the cultivation of cannabis by the state citizens whom qualified to use it according to their doctor's opinion that it may help alleviate if not heal their health ailments. Furthermore upon it's text review, it was the OMMP (the state program) whom implemented "limits", thereby forcing the disposal of the now deemed "excess", and encouraging that it be done by way of transaction of the cannabis between those whom need and benefit that are sanctioned to utilize it, though remains gray thus far as to how other than an implementation noting grower financial compensation allowance, implying the ole bartering "legal tender" as in the Jamestown law initially. as well. with an initiative known as "OMMA 2", aka "Measure 33. Introduced by the "Voter Power Foundation of Oregon" and Madelyn Martinez in representation of NORML, with their sights set on profiteering, or in federal terms "trafficking", their goal would have created legal canna business under the umbrella of the OMMA law by allowing state licensed cannabis dispensaries open under the guise of helping the medicinal patients allowed to possess and use cannabis in exchange for high priced "special licensing" and of course tax generation for the state. The dispensaries granted licensing would have been required to establish a system that would provide cannabis to indigent patients for free which of course sounded great to the patients in need, but unrealistic otherwise especially as far as the state financing and goals of profit were concerned.The electronic control units, therefore, have to be astonishingly precise. The upside is that huge torque figures can be generated this five cylinder 2.4 litre unit cranks out 284lb/ft of torque and runs with very low emissions as well as excellent refinement. A six speed manual gearbox ensures that you can always strike a decent balance between low speed acceleration and high speed cruising efficiency.The 2.0 litre JTS engine was subtly updated at the time of the facelift.