Monthly Archives: July 2015

sponsorship ?

From: ronloma – January 1, 1970

Hello I see that you are sponsoring Mr. newsoms blue ribbon com. I see that Mr. n wants taxes backed up by all sorts of regs licensing and such and ultimately putting people in jeopardy with federal prosecution because they have to sign up in writing for regs licensing registering etc. I also note that there is no mention of Prop 215 the existing law in Cal Today now. If Mr. ns ideas were to go forward they would Deny all of the people who were protected by 215 their right to safe and affordable cannabis medication. Mr. n says : We have to continue to provide access to marijuana (NAY cannabis Please) as medicine for patients My first question is how can you the ACLU represent governmental actions that contradict RIGHTS cannabis patients have If the BRC has its way it will produce The Biggest California bureaucracy there is today It wants to develop bureaus offices agencies on and on to facilitate this whole scheme. The construction organizing developing of such will take years incorporate tens of thousands of personnel and only add cost to the ultimate sale of an herb that needs no such restriction. None of this makes sense and only sullies the former work that the ACLU has done with so many humanitarian measures. Just WHY are you involved in such a seemingly hypocritical endeavor HE favors complying with the federal governments demands to bend in favor of their restrictions. Our federal government is criminal in demanding compliance with a law that was created illegally in 1937. There was no legal justification of such a law Then or Now. You should be defending Cal. cannabis patients RIGHTS and Not accommodating Mr. ns vehicle for governorship. Mr. n Knows nothing of what he speaks has no science to back up Any of his assertions. He trades on rhetoric rather than rational he has had no actual real life work or life experience as his life was all ‘paid for by his familys wealth and his hair is too slick This may seem to be a personal attack on Mr. n. Please forgive my form of humor but Im trying to awaken you to what I believe is a transgression in what I thought you were about american civil liberties. Please desist from from your sponsorship of this terrible attack on Cal cannabis patients Rights Ron Hennig — You received this message because you are part of the SaveCannabis group. To post to this group send email to To Unsubscribe from this group send email to savecannabis View Archives at — You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups “Save Cannabis” group. For more options visit To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it send an email to savecannabis

PAN – Hottest Show In LA This Weekend – Tickets Still Available

From: patientadvocates – January 1, 1970

PAN Update The Hottest Ticket In LA This Saturday Up In Smoke Lounge Premier event this Saturday August 1 2015 – 8 p.m. to Midnight World-class entertainment for patients in private smoke-friendly studio ONLY 50 SEATS tables also available. Presenting Sunset Strip All-Stars Showcase jam band featuring: Dan NcNay and Randy Scoles of Montrose – Rowan Robertson of DIO – and Mitch Perry of Edgar Winter Lita Ford and Cher – Smoke Out Rock On Special ticket discounts for friends and supporters of PAN Tickets can be reserved online Contact us at (323) 334-5282 to secure your seats now Say PAN sent you Regular price seats are 45 – 75 ask about tables This is a charitable event supporting the work of Patient Advocacy Network. Many thanks to our sponsors for making this event possible Please Help Support Medical Cannabis Activist Shona Gochenaur Shona Gochenaur is a tireless medical cannabis activist in San Francisco serving low-income and disabled patients through her social services organization Axis of Love SF. A Go Fund Me page has been created to help Shona take care of urgent expenses. Shona is a long-time board member of PAN and is not only instrumental in San Francisco but also on a statewide and national level. She has helped kill bad bills and open Congressional hearings. PAN would not have achieved as much as we have without her passion and influence Please help Shona Learn more at: http:www.gofundme.comzpe67qww Sincerely Deg Coutee President Executive & Program Director Patient Advocacy Network (323) 334-5282 P.O. Box 93845 Los Angeles CA 90093 PAN4Compassion https:www.facebook.comxoFreeMaryJaneox PAN is a charitable 501(c)(3) organization — You received this message because you are part of the SaveCannabis group. To post to this group send email to To Unsubscribe from this group send email to savecannabis View Archives at — You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups “Save Cannabis” group. For more options visit To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it send an email to savecannabis

Conference Call About California Marijuana Legalization For 2016

From: the420testimony – January 1, 1970

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact John Lee Conference Call About California Marijuana Legalization For 2016 The California Marijuana Control Legalization And Revenue Act Team Call for Public Input MCLR 2016 Version 2 San Jose CA (July 22 2015) – The group behind Californias Open Source Marijuana Legalization initiative is hosting a conference call for public input today July 22 2015 (call-in details below). This will be the second of a series of public outreach calls to answer questions regarding the MCLR 2016 process. The call will provide valuable feedback in addition to what is provided by the California Attorney Generals (AG) new public input process. The AGs public comment process for The Marijuana Control Legalization and Revenue Act of 2016 Version 2 (MCLR) will accept input until August 12th. After the cutoff date for public input proponents will then have five days to review all comments make changes to the initiative and submit a final draft. Attorney General Kamala Harris will then take approximately 30 more days to issue the Title & Summary and Fiscal Analysis that will kick-off the signature gathering phase of the process. Openness and transparency are what really sets MCLR apart said John Lee Director of Americans for Policy Reform (AFPR) a major backer of MCLR. MCLR has always been dedicated to a true grass roots open source community based process. Please participate on the call and take advantage of the opportunity to contribute your own ideas. During the call the MCLR team will take feedback and respond to public comments and concerns. Anyone who would like to participate on the call can submit questions to http:mclr.usask. They can also forward questions directly to for inclusion in the conference call. MCLR 2016 is planning a 3rd filing to address input from this call results of actions at the State Legislature details of the BRC report and additional public input. When: Wednesday July 22nd at 6:30pm – 8:00pm PT Where: Conference Call Number:(phone#-removed) Access Code: 491 3790 More information on MCLR: MCLR 2016 Initiative Language: http:www.MCLR.us2016 Submit questions: http:mclr.usask. About MCLR The MCLR language represents over three years of work by thousands of Californians on a grassroots open source document to legalize Marijuana for medical industrial and adult social use. Through its open inclusive process MCLR has the support of dozens of attorneys thousands of marijuana activists and tens of thousands of Californians. About AFPR The mission of Americans for Policy Reform is to effectively utilize the Initiative Referendum and Lobbying processes to facilitate nationwide policy reforms. AFPR promotes and supports community based involvement utilizing open-source strategies and social media tools to enable grassroots policy reform. — You received this message because you are part of the SaveCannabis group. To post to this group send email to To Unsubscribe from this group send email to savecannabis View Archives at — You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups “Save Cannabis” group. For more options visit To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it send an email to savecannabis

How Safe Is Your Vape Pen?

From: axisoflovesf – January 1, 1970

On Jul 21 2015 9:37 PM “Michelle Aldrich” wrote: > > image: CBD > > – image: Cannabidiol Oil > > – image: CBD > – image: Cannabidiol > > > > – About > – Medicine > – Plant > – Newsfeed > – Find CBD > – Products > – Participate > > – FAQ > – Donate > > Project CBD > Recent News > > How Safe is Your Vape Pen > How Safe Is Your Vape Pen > > image: Is Vaping SafeProject CBD science advisor Jahan Marcu PhD > reports on the hidden dangers of propylene glycol and vape pens that > smolder. > > Portable electronic devices known as vape pens are increasingly > popular among medical marijuana patients and others because they provide a > convenient discreet and presumably benign way to administer cannabis. But > how safe are vape pens and the liquid solutions inside the cartridges that > attach to these devices Who knows whats actually being inhaled > > Its generally assumed that vaping is a healthier method of administration > than inhaling marijuana smoke which contains noxious substances that may > irritate the lungs. Since a vaporizer heats the cannabis flower or oil > concentrate without burning it the active ingredients are inhaled but no > smoke is involved. At least thats how its supposed to work. > > But there may be a hidden downside to vape pens which are manufactured > (typically in China) marketed and utilized without regulatory controls. > Available online and in medical marijuana dispensaries vape pens contain a > battery-operated heating mechanism which at high temperatures can > transform solvents flavoring agents and various vape oil additives into > carcinogens and other dangerous toxins. > > Of particular concern: Propylene glycol a widely used chemical that is > mixed with cannabis or hemp oil in many vape pen cartridges. A syrupy > thinning compound propylene glycol is also the primary ingredient in a > majority of nicotine-infused e-cigarette solutions. At high temperatures > propylene glycol converts into toxic nanoparticles that can wreak havoc on > respiratory organs. > > Scientists know a great deal about propylene glycol. It is found in a > plethora of common household itemscosmetics baby wipes pharmaceuticals > pet food antifreeze etc. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Health > Canada have deemed propylene glycol safe for human ingestion and topical > application. But exposure by inhalation is another matter. Many things are > safe to eat but dangerous to breathe. > > A 2010 study published in the International Journal of Environmental > Research and Public Health concluded > that airborne propylene glycol circulating indoors can induce or exacerbate > asthma eczema and many allergic symptoms. Children were said to be > particularly sensitive to these airborne toxins. An earlier toxicology > review warned that propylene glycol ubiquitous in hairsprays could be > harmful because aerosol particles lodge deep in the lungs and are not > respirable. > > When propylene glycol is heated by a red-hot metal coil the potential > harm from inhalation exposure increases. High voltage heat can transform > propylene glycol and other vaping additives into carbonyls. Carbonyls are a > group of cancer-causing chemicals that includes formaldehyde which has > been linked to spontaneous abortions and low birth weight. A known thermal > breakdown product of propylene glycol formaldehyde is an International > Agency for Research on Cancer group 1 carcinogen. > > Because of low oral toxicity propylene glycol is classified by the FDA as > generally recognized as safe (GRAS) for use as a food additive but this > assessment was based on toxicity studies that did not involve heating and > breathing propylene glycol. > > Prevalent in nicotine e-cig products and present in some vape oil > cartridges FDA-approved flavoring agents pose additional risks when > inhaled rather than eaten. The flavoring compounds smooth and creamy (diacetyl > and acetyl propionyl) are associated with respiratory illness when > inhaled in tobacco e-cigarette devices. Another > hazardous-when-inhaled-but-safe-to-eat flavoring compound is cinnamon > ceylon which becomes cytotoxic when aerosolized. > > Currently there is no conclusive evidence that frequent users will > develop cancer or another illness if they inhale the contents of vape oil > cartridges. Thats because little is actually known about the short or > long-term health effects of inhaling propylene glycol and other ingredients > that are present in flavored vape pen cartridges. Many of these prefilled > cartridges are poorly labeled with little or no meaningful information on > their contents. > > The possibility that vape pens might expose people to unknown health > hazards underscores the importance of adequate safety testing for these > products which thus far has been lacking. > > Scientists face several challenges as they try to gather relevant safety > data. As yet no one has determined how much e-cig vapor the typical user > breathes in so different studies assume different amounts of vapor as > their standard making it difficult to compare results. Tracing what > happens to the vapor once it is inhaled is equally problematic. > > The biggest variable is the device itself. The performance of each vape > pen can vary greatly between different devices and sometimes there is > considerable variance when comparing two devices of the same model. > > Some vape pens require pressing a button to charge the heating coil; > others are buttonless and one activates the battery simply by sucking on > the pen. The surface area of the vape pens heating element and its > electrical resistance play a large role in converting ingestible solvents > into inhalable toxins. > > Another confounding factor is the scant information on when and how long > the user pushes the button or inhales on average how long the coil heats > up or the voltage used during the heating process. A five-volt setting > yielded higher levels of formaldehyde in a controlled propylene glycol > study cited in the New England Journal of Medicine > . > > In the case of vape pens theres a great need for specific research on > how people actually use these products in the real world in order to > understand potential benefits or harms. > > Such studies have been conducted using the Volcano vaporizer a first > generation vaping device that differs from a vape pen a more recent > innovation in several ways. Utilized in clinical trials as a medical > delivery device the Volcano is not a portable contraption. The Volcano > only heats raw cannabis flower not oil extract solutions and it doesnt > combust the bud. > > Vape pen manufcaturers dont like to admit it but when the heating > element gets red hot in a vape pen the solution inside the prefilled > cartridges undergoes a process called smoldering a technical term for > what is tantamount to burning. While much of the vape oil liquid is > vaporized and atomized a portion of the vape oil blend undergoes pyrolysis > or combustion. In that sense most of the vape pens that have flooded the > commercial market may not be true vaporizers. > > Unlike vape pen devices the Volcano vaporizer has been tested for safety > and pharmacokinetics (a measurement of whats in the blood and how long it > stays there). Collectively the data indicate that vaporizing whole plant > cannabis exposes the user to lower amounts of carcinogens compared to smoke > and decreases side effects (such as reactions to the harshness of smoke). > > But nonportable vaporizers like the Volcano may still pose health concerns > if the vaporized cannabis flower is below acceptable botanical safety > standards. A recent article in the Journal of Analytical Methods notes > that high levels of ammonia are produced from vaporizing cannabis grown > incorrectly perhaps due to the lack of flushing during hydroponic > cultivation. Theres a growing body of data suggesting that the chemicals > used to push the plant towards unnaturally high THC concentrations stay in > the finished product. > > Tips on how to protect yourself from vape pens with propylene glycol and > other harmful additives: > > – Avoid using vape oil cartridges that list propylene glycol as an > ingredient. > – Avoid using vape oil cartridges that lack adequate labeling > information. > – Use a lower voltage setting on the vape pen battery3.3 volts did > not produce any formaldehyde according to study referenced in the New > England Journal of Medicine. > – Discontinue use of a vape pen if you experience a dry puff with an > unpleasant metallic taste. Or alternatively reduce inhalation or puff > duration while increasing length between inhalations puffs or draws from > the device. > – Dont use these products unless they come from a trusted or properly > certified source. > – Insist that manufacturers of vape pens and other cannabis-related > products adopt rigorous standards for botanical safety and handling; > request that they verify these practices through third party certification. > > > Dr. Jahan Marcu Project CBDs science consultant is the Director of R&D > for Green Standard Diagnostics. An earlier version of this article was > published in Freedom Leaf. > —————————— > Hemp Oil and Cannabis Oil Vape Cartridges with Propylene Glycol > > Project CBD research associate Eric Geisterfer conducted a limited survey > of cannabis vape oil and CBD hemp vape oil cartridges. Several of these > products were found to include propylene glycol as an additive. The list > below is incompletevape oil products are continually being introduced and > in some cases rebranded; some of the companies listed below may also be > producing better quality vape oil cartridges without propylene glycol. > > Hemp oil vape cartridges that contain Propylene Glycol > > – Alternate Vape > – Bluebird Botanicals > – CannaVape CBD Oil > – Cloud 9 CBD > – Delta Liquids > – Entourage Hemp Products also known as Cannoid LLC > – Hemp Life Today (also known as Cannazall) > – Hemp Pure Vape > – KanaVape > – Miracle Smoke > – Michigan Hemp Company (also known as Bluegrass Naturals) > – Pure CBD Vapors > – Pure Hemp Vape > – Tasty Hemp Oil > – Zamnesia CBD Smart Liquid > > Cannabis oil vape cartridges that contain Propylene Glycol > > – Dank Tank (not the same brand as Dank Tanks) > – Natures Way > – Oasis Hybrid > – Oasis Sativa > – O-pen Vape Indica > – O-pen Vape Sativa > > —————————— > Article sources > > – Boom in E-cigarettes Sparks Debate. Chem Eng News. 2015;93(7):10-13. > – Abrams DI Vizoso HP Shade SB Jay C. Vaporization as a smokeless > cannabis delivery system: a pilot study. Clinical Pharmacology . 2007. > doi:10.1002(ISSN)1532-6535. > – Barrington-Trimis JL Samet JM McConnell R. Flavorings in > Electronic Cigarettes: An Unrecognized Respiratory Health Hazard JAMA. > 2014;312(23):2493-2494. doi:10.1001jama.2014.14830. > – Choi H Schmidbauer N Sundell J Hasselgren M Spengler J Bornehag > C-G. Common Household Chemicals and the Allergy Risks in Pre-School Age > Children. Hartl D ed. PLoS ONE. 2010;5(10):e13423. > doi:10.1371journal.pone.0013423. > – Choi H Schmidbauer N Spengler J Bornehag C-G. Sources of > Propylene Glycol and Glycol Ethers in Air at Home. International Journal of > Environmental Research and Public Health 2010 Vol 7 Pages 4213-4237. > 2010;7(12):4213-4237. doi:10.3390ijerph7124213. > – Etter J-F. Electronic cigarettes and cannabis: an exploratory study. > Eur Addict Res. 2015;21(3):124-130. doi:10(phone#-removed)1. > – Gieringer D Laurent JS Goodrich S. Cannabis Vaporizer Combines > Efficient Delivery of THC with Effective Suppression of Pyrolytic > Compounds. http:dxdoiorg101300J175v04n0102. 2008;4(1):7-27. > doi:10.1300J175v04n0102. > – Hazekamp A Ruhaak R Zuurman L van Gerven J Verpoorte R. > Evaluation of a vaporizing device (Volcano) for the pulmonary > administration of tetrahydrocannabinol. J Pharm Sci. 2006;95(6):1308-1317. > doi:10.1002jps.20574. > – Hazekamp A Grotenhermen F. Review on clinical studies with cannabis > and cannabinoids 2005-2009. Cannabinoids. 2010;5(special):1-21. > – Jensen RP Luo W Pankow JF Strongin RM Peyton DH. Hidden > Formaldehyde in E-Cigarette Aerosols. N Engl J Med. 2015;372(4):392-394. > doi:10.1056NEJMc1413069. > – Nitzkin JL Farsalinos K Siegel M. More on hidden formaldehyde in > e-cigarette aerosols. N Engl J Med. 2015;372(16):1575. > doi:10.1056NEJMc1502242SA1. > – Pomahacova B Van der Kooy F Verpoorte R. Cannabis smoke condensate > III: The cannabinoid content of vaporised Cannabis sativa. Inhalation > Toxicology. 2009;00(00)(phone#-removed)0775. doi:10(phone#-removed)902748559. > – Wallace MS Marcotte TD Umlauf A Gouaux B Atkinson JH. Efficacy > of Inhaled Cannabis on Painful Diabetic Neuropathy. J Pain. 2015;0(0). > doi:10.1016j.jpain.2015.03.008. > > > — > You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups > “San Francisco MCD Working Group” group. > To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it send an > email to SFmcdGroup > To post to this group send email to > Visit this group at > For more options visit > — You received this message because you are part of the SaveCannabis group. 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NCAL: Cal NORML News: July 20, 2015

From: axisoflovesf – January 1, 1970

Agreed when women help write other women out of history it truly become a censorship intersections of eliteclassismsexism. Its sad. But its not going to continue On Jul 20 2015 1:32 PM “Debbie Tharp” wrote: > that is some SERIOUS bullshit > > all bad > > we went through a lot of effort to show there. I even picked up the plague > (I’m in bed with a runny nose fever and bronchitis) > > On Mon Jul 20 2015 at 12:19 PM Axis of Love SF Shona Gochenaur < >> wrote: > >> Funny how this doesnt mention the opposition filed by axis which is what >> the senators actually were commenting on patients access. Nor aclu >> register opposition. Talk about censorship. >> On Jul 20 2015 10:06 AM “normelle” wrote: >> >>> >>> ————————————————————————— >>> > SACRAMENTO UPDATE: >>> > AB 243 (Wood) to require registration and licensing of all cultivated >>> cannabis plants except personal use gardens of five patients or less >>> passed the Senate Environmental Quality committee on 715. The bill would >>> also impose a 50 per plant tax on cultivation. Cal NORML led opposition to >>> the bill arguing that the same tax shouldn’t be assessed on all plants >>> since individual plant yields vary enormously and that it would be foolish >>> to tax marijuana for medical use only as the would encourage illegal >>> recreational grows. Wood offered to drop the plant tax and substitute a tax >>> based on product weight instead. He also said he was working to merge >>> his bill into the comrehensive regulation bill AB 266 sponsored by Asm. >>> Bonta Cooley Lackey and Jones-Sawyer. While Cal NORML supports AB243’s >>> aim to stop environmentally damaging grows it remains flatly opposed to >>> any new taxes on medical marijuana before adult use is legalized. >>> > >>> > Meanwhile the Bonta bill AB266 which would regulate all aspects of >>> the industry sailed through two Senate committees this week. The bill >>> attracted broad support from law enforcement the California League of >>> Cities the CMA and labor groups as well as patient and industry >>> advocates including ASA CCIA EGA and others. California NORML expressed >>> concerns that the bill would empower local governments to unduly restrict >>> patient access. The authors offered amendments that partially alleviated >>> these concerns and Cal NORML expressed its support on condition of futher >>> amendments. Other avocates opposed AB266 including Michael Green of >>> Fresno who argued that it did nothing to alleviate local restrictions on >>> patient access. Senator Bonta said the bills task force would address >>> patient access issues and that the bill honors 215. AB 266 has continued >>> to pick up steam in the legislature attracting aye votes from even >>> staunchly conservative Republicans such as Sen. Jim >>> Nielsen (Butte Co.). “It’s been hard to get me to a yes” said >>> Nielsen explaining his vote. “I’ve not been a supporter of marijuana >>> period. >>> >>> > Finally a third comprehensive regulation bill SB 643 by Sen. Mike >>> McGuire is moving towards approval in the Assembly. The bill resembles a >>> stripped-down version of AB 266 with a different agency in charge of >>> regulation. It is expected that SB 643 AB 266 and AB 243 will all be >>> meged into one bill before being presented for final approval at the end of >>> the session in August. What the final bill will look like remains >>> anybody’s guess. >>> >>> > NEWS: >>> >>> > Legit Shot at Legalizing Marijuana in California in 2016 Begins >>> >>> http:sfevergreen.comlegit-shot-at-legalizing-marijuana-in-california-in-2016-begins >>> >>> > Medical Marijuana Helping To Overcome Painkiller Abuse Reduce Deaths >>> > http:hemp.orgnewsnode5726 >>> > >>> > Rush Limbaugh Educated By His Listeners about Medical Marijuana >>> > >>> http:www.alternet.orgdrugsrush-limbaugh-dazed-confused-marijuanaakid13302.131345.RYvlV2&rd1&srcnewsletter1039376&t1 >>> > >>> > Time to Do Away with Employee Drug Testing >>> > >>> http:thehill.comblogscongress-blogcivil-rights247136-time-to-do-away-with-employee-drug-testing >>> > >>> > Marijuana Study Counters Gateway Theory >>> > >>> http:consumer.healthday.comkids-health-information-23adolescents-and-teen-health-news-719marijuana-study-negates-gateway-theory-701168.html >>> > >>> > BOE Chairman Supports Targeting Medical Cannabis Tax Evasion >>> > >>> http:ocpoliticsblog.com20150714chair-of-board-of-equalization-going-after-medical-cannabis-clinics-for-tax-evasion >>> > >>> > OC Register: Santa Ana should focus on legalizing not raiding pot >>> dispensaries >>> > http:www.ocregister.comarticlesmarijuana-671698-raid-city.html >>> > >>> > Oakley council fails to pass urgency ordinance banning marijuana >>> cultivation >>> > >>> http:www.contracostatimes.combreaking-newsci28485995oakley-council-fails-pass-urgency-ordinance-banning-marijuana >>> > >>> > Sac Bee LTE: Perspective on Water and Weed >>> > >>> http:www.sacbee.comopinionletters-to-the-editorarticle27165709.html >>> >>> CAUSES TO SUPPORT: >>> >>> Teach Medical Cannabis to Docs >>> >>> https:www.thunderclap.itprojects28664-teach-medical-cannabis-to-docslocaleen >>> >>> Help NORML Womens Alliance Develop a Mobile App >>> >>> https:www.kickstarter.comproject(phone#-removed)norml-womens-alliance-mobile-ap >>> >>> Ellen Komp >>> Deputy Director >>> California NORML >>> >>> >>> Join CalNORML and help fight for our rights >>> http:www.canorml.orgcanormlmission.html >>> >>> Find California NORML on Facebook >>> https:www.facebook.comCaliforniaNORML >>> >>> Follow us on Twitter >>> https:twitter.comCaliforniaNORML >>> >>> >>> ————————————————————————— >>> >>> Attachment: http:norml.netattachedPtapVk9Qm93466.html >>> >>> To unsubscribe send an email to containing >>> the command “unsubscribe” or manage your subscription(s) at: >>> http:canorml.orgmailinglist.htm >>> >>> > — You received this message because you are part of the SaveCannabis group. 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