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Most Powerful Abuse

My comment regarding judicial decisions came out well imho, so I’m echoing it here for you. Keep the following two questions in mind, while reading my comment below. Do you agree? Anything you want to add? By “get the regulations

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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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Posted in Respect Cannabis

First Rights

Pertaining to sustaining cannabis legality… How should the trade be regulated? Who will benefit financially? How will the federal government act? These questions and others will roil the states for years to come. But they should not be the questions

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Terrible Position

From “Trooper’s widow urges no vote on legalizing Massachusetts marijuana”: The widow of a state trooper killed by a driver who allegedly smoked marijuana before the crash is making an emotional plea against a ballot question that would legalize Massachusetts

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Law & Logic

From “Biz owners replace idealists in pro-pot movement”: “Nevada gambling regulators have warned that marijuana violates federal law.” Actually, our Supreme Court (and other areas of our judicial branch) have violated federal law — repeatedly and unapologetically, clearly according to

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More Difficult to Justify?

From “With cannabis pharma on horizon, this Massachusetts city looks to future” (the Cannabist): And those who advocate ending the prohibition against it say anti-marijuana laws are getting more and more difficult to justify. More difficult? Actually those laws are

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Hard Addictive Truth

People selling hard drugs, addictive drugs (cocaine, crack, methamphetamines, heroin, etc) should not have their sentences commuted. Just more demtard theme of lawlessness. This country is going to hell in a basket. — del The CSA (and all relevant state

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