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http://www.wgntv.com/news/wgntv-supermarijuana-june15,0,2813544.story

 

http://www.washingtonwatch.com/bills/show/111_HR_2848.html#commentform

 

 

 

 

 

Marijuana is harmless. Even the highest potency of it used properly is just fun and thats it. It helps people it doesnt hurt them or the community.This aspecially if it was taxed it would help the community in a significant way. It is none of the governments business what you do in your home nor is it their business what you put in your body. Cigarettes and alcohol should be illegal before any kind of marijuana. I would much rather smell and smoke marijuana than cigarettes. Alcohol causes people to get in car accidents and die.

 

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i wouldn't sweat much of the latest anti marijuana legislation.

 

the ball is rolling right now, hell, next year oregon voters will vote on allowing medical marijuana dispensaries kinda similar to how cali does it.

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i wouldn't sweat much of the latest anti marijuana legislation.

 

the ball is rolling right now, hell, next year oregon voters will vote on allowing medical marijuana dispensaries kinda similar to how cali does it.

 

isn't it legal in oregon as long as there is no profit made?

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hhhhhheeeeeyyyyyyyy mmmmmmmaaaaaaaaannnnnnnn its only a plant mannn

 

I have no opinion on this issue, I just needed to make a joke

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isn't it legal in oregon as long as there is no profit made?

in oregon money cant exchange hands unless it's the patient reimbursing the grower for documented costs related to the grow.

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in oregon money cant exchange hands unless it's the patient reimbursing the grower for documented costs related to the grow.

 

 

right. my friend in portland told me "donation only"

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maaaaaan even in places like my city, in a state with no legalization laws, city ordinance has decriminalization of under a half oz

 

45$ civil ticket, like a parking ticket

It's actually printed on green paper, called a green ticket

 

GO TITANS!

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the map looks good on the norml website. new york, california, mississippi, nebraska, nevada, montana, maine, maryland, and alaska including oregon. thats 10/50

http://norml.org/index.cfm?Group_ID=4516

 

 

guess where i live, right where mark kirk presides in illinois.

 

NORML.COM "Just days after Massachusetts Democrat Rep. Barney Frank, along with 13 cosponsors, reintroduced HR 2835, the Medical Marijuana Patient Protection Act of 2009 in Congress, Republican Rep. Mark Kirk (Illinois) has called for federal legislation to sentence certain first-time marijuana offenders to up to 25 years in prison."

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Just another way to lock up poor people. Without weed being illegal the economy would suffer greatly, let see, with weed being legal it gets rid of drug dealers who usually spend their money on expensive items that support our economy and without drug dealers the jail dont have as many prisoners and then they cant make as many items using unofficial slave labor and also the state then have less citizens which means no more money same thing with crack. They ship it then make it illegal to sell it. Thats another reason why you get so much time for crack but then if you have 5 times as much cocain you get like 1/5 of the time, why, because who uses and sells cocain....rich people and who sells crack....poor people.

 

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the map looks good on the norml website. new york, california, mississippi, nebraska, nevada, montana, maine, maryland, and alaska including oregon. thats 10/50

http://norml.org/index.cfm?Group_ID=4516

 

 

guess where i live, right where mark kirk presides in illinois.

 

NORML.COM "Just days after Massachusetts Democrat Rep. Barney Frank, along with 13 cosponsors, reintroduced HR 2835, the Medical Marijuana Patient Protection Act of 2009 in Congress, Republican Rep. Mark Kirk (Illinois) has called for federal legislation to sentence certain first-time marijuana offenders to up to 25 years in prison."

 

there are 13 states that have legalized it to some point. There is currently a bill on congress regarding the state laws NOT being overridden by the DEA, thereby making it legal in sone states, no questions asked, no worries of the feds comin in. It will more than likely be legal within 15 years.

There is also an idea brewing in DC about legalizing all drugs, and treating addiction like a medical problem rather than a legal issue. Other countries that have done this have seen drastic reductions in abuse of substances and fewer cases of multiple "offenders"

 

sorry for the rant, im passionate about this issue.

Write your congressman.

http://WWW.NORML.ORG or http://WWW.MPP.ORG

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there are 13 states that have legalized it to some point. There is currently a bill on congress regarding the state laws NOT being overridden by the DEA, thereby making it legal in sone states, no questions asked, no worries of the feds comin in. It will more than likely be legal within 15 years.

There is also an idea brewing in DC about legalizing all drugs, and treating addiction like a medical problem rather than a legal issue. Other countries that have done this have seen drastic reductions in abuse of substances and fewer cases of multiple "offenders"

 

sorry for the rant, im passionate about this issue.

Write your congressman.

http://WWW.NORML.ORG or http://WWW.MPP.ORG

 

its about damn time we realize the problem is not the drugs or the addicts but the laws that criminalize and demonize these people

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NORML.COM "Just days after Massachusetts Democrat Rep. Barney Frank, along with 13 cosponsors, reintroduced HR 2835, the Medical Marijuana Patient Protection Act of 2009 in Congress, Republican Rep. Mark Kirk (Illinois) has called for federal legislation to sentence certain first-time marijuana offenders to up to 25 years in prison."

 

I just read this article and they are referring to people charged with manufacturing or distributing marijuana with a potency level greater than 15%. Yet alcohol can be sold at (where i live) state owned stores with potency reaching 98%. There is some serious dissonance in laws right now.

 

PLEASE WRITE YOUR CONGRESSMAN OR WOMAN AND VOICE YOUR OPINION!

THIS IS A CRUCIAL TIME IN LAWS REGARDING MARIJUANA LEGISLATION!

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What we need to do is stiffen the penalties for people bringing in shitty weed, not punish those who bring in the good-good

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