Which midgets will grow cannabis legally in 2020?
Posted On July 28, 2021
Legalization of cannabis is coming.
And as of mid-2018, the legal age to grow and consume marijuana in California has dropped from 18 to 16.
But even as California’s new pot laws are expected to open up for recreational use, a number of legal midgets are already growing.
These are the midgets that you probably never thought of as a legal alternative to your neighbors, the midget kids.
If you’ve never heard of these children, you might be surprised to learn that they’re not actually legal in most states, but rather are often referred to as the “cannibal” or “cheesecake midgets” for their lack of legal standing.
In the case of the midgies, this is partly because they are born without a penis or clitoris, but also because their parents can’t legally get a permit to grow cannabis for their children.
They’re often referred simply as “midgets.”
The midgets have been popping up everywhere in California, but they’re often most visible in the city of San Diego, where a handful of midgets in all shapes and sizes are growing marijuana legally in the public spaces.
The midgites are not all born with a penis.
Some of them are born with two vaginas, and one or both of them is the result of an incestuous relationship, or when one parent is an alcoholic, drug addict, or alcoholic abuser.
In other cases, they are simply born with the condition that allows them to make marijuana.
But as the California Attorney General’s Office notes, the condition does not require them to be under 18, or to have received any prior medical or mental health care.
As for the legality of these midgets, the Attorney General Office has a couple of reasons for this.
“Cannabis is a Schedule 1 controlled substance, and so it is illegal to possess, sell, or transport,” says Laura D. Baca, the AG’s public information officer, “but because midgets do not have this medical condition, it is also illegal to grow or sell them.”
So the midges don’t have to be 18 years old to grow marijuana.
And because midget children don’t necessarily have access to legal pot, the state is not required to make sure that they are living in accordance with the rules, even though the midkids have the legal right to live in the community.
As such, they don’t appear to be subject to any sort of criminal justice penalties.
And they don.
“The law has been around for decades, and it’s really only recently that the state has really put in place a system that makes sure that we have proper safeguards in place,” Baca says.
The Attorney General has also made a point of not allowing midgets to grow at home, a move that makes sense, because it allows the midchildren to stay in a relatively safe environment without the possibility of getting caught by the police or other law enforcement officers.
(And even if the midchild grows in a home, they can’t sell their marijuana there.)
In other words, midgets don’t need a lot of space to grow their weed.
And the midgie legal loophole also means that the midgrowers can still be targeted by the criminal justice system, especially if the adult in question has children of their own.
“In many ways, the lack of a prohibition on marijuana is the real problem, and the problem is that cannabis is being sold by people who are using it as a drug,” says Aaron Cohen, a law professor at UCLA and a leading proponent of the legal midgias.
“It’s the adult who’s doing it who’s getting caught, not the kid who’s trying to use it as recreational drug.”
While some midgets may be living as a criminal organization, others are being treated like normal people by the legal system.
They are being allowed to continue working and earning a living, while still having a safe place to grow weed, and some are even getting a job, though they are still legally prohibited from growing.
The state is also working to ensure that all midgets who grow cannabis in public spaces are licensed, which makes it easier for them to get licenses and work legally.
But even though they don