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Selfishly Retarding the Cannabis Economy

Again, our “public servants” are looking out for money and other forms of power for selfish oligarchical interests (and unethically disguising the result as a public benefit), instead of doing their jobs to lead us all to a genuinely better

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Workaround

Comment adapted to this post: That reasonably exemplifies why judicial regulations are absurd — e.g. flagrantly mass-rights-infringing, so undeniably unconstitutional in violation of the illegally judicially disarmed ninth amendment. Such regulations are not a panacea against abuse, despite the horribly

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First Class Retardation

“There‚Äôs obvious and seemingly very good security. You have to sign in. You have to show identification. You have to sit in the reception area until someone is there to escort you in the store itself. Inside the store there

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Where Outrage Should Dominate

Terribly tragically sad is my inability to generate enough care with respect to a seriously important issue largely beyond the radar of the masses, but defeatism is not an option. Please take a moment to read this excellent article titled

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No Connection Between Drug Law & Use

In case that moderators reject my comment for some unacceptable reason in their article about drug usage statistics, here it is fwiw… What is clearly revealed (yet unacceptably unmentioned) is the fact that “toughness” of drug laws (even regulations) does

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Mass Losers

For over a decade, lawmakers in Massachusetts have balked at the opportunity to legalize marijuana… Patients suffered, while our “community leaders” took a couple of years to set up the “public servant” system leading to the first dispensaries after medical

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Legal Minefield

Senate President Stan Rosenberg said Thursday the initiative to legalize Massachusetts marijuana for recreational use that voters approved this week will need improvements to address such issues as taxes on marijuana sales, edible pot products and driving while high. Factually

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