"Thanks to White House's Online Petition Program"
"It looks like President Obama will have to officially respond to requests to legalize it nationwide."
http://blogs.laweekly.com/informer/2011 … _house.php
It's time to get rid of the ridiculous, unenforcable law criminalizing weed....
There was a special supplement in yesterday's Sacramento Bee called "A Guide to Local Services: Medical Cannabis."
Basically, med marijuana is a booming business.
Dispensaries pay taxes and create jobs LOCALLY.
In this economy, both sound like really, really GOOD THINGS.
I just don't get the disconnect.
So much federal enforcement time and money is wasted on marijuana, often in direct contradiction to local laws.
Don't the feds have Mexican and Columbian drug lords to take down?
Or if they really want to do something positive, how about going after the epidemic of CRANK makers/users???
Making marijanna illegal makes about as much sense as making liquor illegal 90 years ago. But unlike liguor, or even cigaretts, name one person who died from smoking marijuanna.
It won't matter what The President feels about the law, there are enough religious loonies to keep it as a "dangerous drug"
13 years of prohibition and the Mafia running the economy taught the American religiously impaired nothing, which is what they always learn from major stuff ups ....nothing.
by Credence23 years ago
Hi, folks, getting a lot of mixed messages from the press. See this article, is there any merit? What do you think?http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/power-playe … .html?vp=1
by Ralph Deeds3 years ago
Do you think the legalization of marijuana in Colorado and Washington is good public policy?https://www.google.com/search?q=colorad … mp;bih=373
by Jerad Maplethorpe6 years ago
There has to be some compromise between those who want the legalization of marijuana and those who don't. We are about freedom aren't we?This hub offers you my unique solution to this issue. Don't worry, it's not too...
by Kaabi6 years ago
I want to know what the people here think; should cannabis be legalized? Frankly, I cannot respect anybody who believes it should remain illegal. Not only is cannabis virtually harmless, it is beneficial in...
by Nathan Bernardo4 years ago
Because instead of punishing people for drug use, they helped them with treatment programs. Should the US, where most people are in prison for drug offenses, adopt the same decriminalization policy?
by lady_love1585 years ago
http://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/ … increases/Really, and people think this guy is a genius? Why does he insist on making ideological proposals that even his own party wont support? This president is beyond...
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