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Nice but Terribly Incomplete

There is some good information in that video (noting that you do not need to see that video to connect with this post), but more is needed in terms of improving public safety. When people generally hear LSD, they think

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Economics Not Prohibition

“…demonstrates how enormously effective prohibition of production and sale is at raising drug prices. For example heroin’s price took a decade to fall by 16 percent…” Um… prohibition raises drug prices… followed by heroin’s price took a decade to FALL

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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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Obama Commutations

President Barack Obama on Thursday commuted the sentences of 79 people incarcerated in federal prison, almost all of whom were serving time under outdated and harsh drug sentences. This round of commutations brings the number of prisoners whose sentences have been

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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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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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