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Medical Marijuana - February 10, 2011, 11:13 AM

Converted trailers help rural residents get medical marijuana - CNN.com#

Highlights:
- Colorado now has RVs traveling around the state assessing medical concerns and proscribing directly from the bus
- Generates significant tax benefit for the state
- More dispensaries than Starbucks
- Obama administration will no longer pursue the Federal illegalization of Marijuana

Opinion:
- America spends billions on fighting Marijuana... and billions more incarcerating individuals for Marijuana violations.
- Taxing marijuana could greatly assist in resolving debt crisis at the state level by increasing state income, reducing police forces dedicated to the specific field, et.
- Juarez and Mexico in general are generating massive income accross the border... by legalizing, and controlling the substance America could resolve a portion of the drug crisis through attrition.
- Marijuana has been linked to higher percentages of phychosis in individuals... in other news trans-fats, potato chips, and soda have been linked to diabetes, heart disease, and a growing, massive obesity crisis... all things in their proper measure.

I give it 10 years before it's widely legalized as a controlled substance throughout the US.


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Feds should let the States manage what they want to do with marijuana. They can get a tax on it as well like they do everything else. And take all the money and time wasted on it and solve real problems like cocaine and H.
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Feds should let the States manage what they want to do with marijuana. They can get a tax on it as well like they do everything else. And take all the money and time wasted on it and solve real problems like cocaine and H.
And PCP... nail THOSE fuckers to the wall!

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My buddy Michael used to operate and ethnobotanical shop in Atlanta. He specialized in such things as Kratom, Kava, Lotus, Mulungu, etc. He has since moved to Colorado and obtained a growers license. I spoke with him a couple weeks ago and he is about to be awarded a license to grow as a supplier for the medical dispensaries. GREATLY increasing his yield limits. I will have to dig it up, but he sent me some crazy pics of what is producing over there.


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I am for legalization of all drugs. Them being illegal doesn't stop people from doing it, but does encourage the black market trade of them.

Also: it is extremely possible to quit "hard drugs" like cocaine. Heroin, harder because of the physical dependency, but Coke is easy.

As for weed. Shit ain't even a drug. I don't know why this shit is still illegal.


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I am for legalization of all drugs. Them being illegal doesn't stop people from doing it, but does encourage the black market trade of them.

Also: it is extremely possible to quit "hard drugs" like cocaine. Heroin, harder because of the physical dependency, but Coke is easy.

As for weed. Shit ain't even a drug. I don't know why this shit is still illegal.
I agree that the government has no right to dictate what you do to your body. Personally I agree that drugs should not be illegal.

But reality is that these harder drugs and extremely addictive and will always lead the user to being a unproductive member of society. This is the only reason I think they should be illegal.

So what do we do? Do we make them illegal? Or do we make the punishment so sever that people will stay away from them? I also think allot of the responsibility rest on the parents to teach children that these other drugs are bad news. But I can't bet on that happening.
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I agree that the government has no right to dictate what you do to your body. Personally I agree that drugs should not be illegal.

But reality is that these harder drugs and extremely addictive and will always lead the user to being a unproductive member of society. This is the only reason I think they should be illegal.

So what do we do? Do we make them illegal? Or do we make the punishment so sever that people will stay away from them? I also think allot of the responsibility rest on the parents to teach children that these other drugs are bad news. But I can't bet on that happening.

Alcohol is more addictive than cocaine. Also kills more people

Same with cigarettes.

Also, be careful with the word "always."

I know plenty of frequent coke users who keep the habit under control and are very productive


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I've been saying to legalize it and tax it since the early 90's.

Treat that shit like alcohol....age restrictions, only sold at state/gov't approved locations, etc.



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If you didnt have to see the bad cases in the street..the babies that are born with addiction and then knowing your tax dollars are paying for all the medical, the all drugs would be legal..

it is dumb that mary J is illegal though.


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Alcohol is more addictive than cocaine. Also kills more people

Same with cigarettes.

Also, be careful with the word "always."

I know plenty of frequent coke users who keep the habit under control and are very productive
Well there are rarity's I only add in coke because when you turn it into crack it's a done deal. I am certain you don't know very many crack users that are very productive.

Again what do we do? I can't seam to find a good answer other then to come down hard as nails on anything classified as a hard drug.
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If you didnt have to see the bad cases in the street..the babies that are born with addiction and then knowing your tax dollars are paying for all the medical, the all drugs would be legal..

it is dumb that mary J is illegal though.

To that i reply:

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Anyways, my hope is that, through legalization, the real degenerate users will go on a binge and kill themselves, rendering the argument invalid.

Besides, users are fuckin up babies now. Doesn't matter that it's illegal.


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Well there are rarity's I only add in coke because when you turn it into crack it's a done deal. I am certain you don't know very many crack users that are very productive.

Again what do we do? I can't seam to find a good answer other then to come down hard as nails on anything classified as a hard drug.
If you have legal coke, there's no need for crack

Besides. Users will use regardless of legality. All you are doing by making it illegal is:

-encourage the black market trade of it, and the associated crimes
- overcrowd the prison systems with mostly victimless crimes.

most of the drug users in jail are in jail for simple possession or possession w/ intent charges. In most cases, they didn't endanger anyone but themselves.


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If you have legal coke, there's no need for crack

Besides. Users will use regardless of legality. All you are doing by making it illegal is:

-encourage the black market trade of it, and the associated crimes
- overcrowd the prison systems with mostly victimless crimes.

most of the drug users in jail are in jail for simple possession or possession w/ intent charges. In most cases, they didn't endanger anyone but themselves.
There you go....making it a racial thing.


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