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Two states have legalized recreational marijuana.  Do you think your state will?

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      Vikki Hall wrote Jan 9, 2014
    • I think it’s on the table to be discussed here in TN. I find that the stuffed shirts and old school thinkers will allow it to get to a vote. Progressive is not how I would describe TN.




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      Marya1961 wrote Jan 10, 2014
    • Who knows about Pennsylvania, there are many liberals here, but then again many conservatives..it is a 50/50 shot.  Personally, and this is only my thought, it really seems like a shame to glamorize drug use of any kind.  Does the American public really think it is worth it?  How will it help society as a whole?  Are we setting our future generations up for major addictions?...or is this a ploy used by the government to keep everyone quiet and stupid???frown




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      Vikki Hall wrote Jan 10, 2014
    • Mary it’s probably the gov’t trying to keep us quiet and stupid. Or they‘re throwing something at us to keep our attention elsewhere. I’m not a conspiracy theory believer but I’d believe in the antics of the movie Wag the Dog




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      Marya1961 wrote Jan 10, 2014
    • Amen Vikki!happy




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      Linda L wrote Jan 10, 2014
    • I hate that our state WA legalized it. Sure they‘re saying it’s for medical use only, yet it seems more and more people are smoking it openly. The state says that it’s still illegal, I don’t get it.




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      Tuliplady wrote Jan 10, 2014
    • It’s illegal on the federal level, but not the state.  But the Feds say they won’t take WA and CO to court over it.

      I’ve been following this pretty closely.  Take a look at how much tax revenue Colorado has taken in since Jan 1 on the sale of pot.

      I have never, and would never use the stuff myself.  Can’t even stand the smell of it.  BUT....I’m all for legalizing it.    If every third person in my town is going to be using it (and yes it is pretty much that prevalent around here), then it ought to be regulated, taxed, etc.  

      And.... I’m first and foremost a gardener and a farmer and I’d like to be able to grow a highly profitable cash crop legally.   :)

      Also, our lawmakers can’t get their heads out of their behinds are realize that industrial hemp (grown for fiber and oil and food) and marijuana are two different plants.  I totally support the move to grow industrial hemp in this country, but it would appear that it is not going to get anywhere until  we get marijuana legalized too.  

      I’m rambling here, but I think our state is still several years away from following Colorado’s example.




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      Denise Richardson wrote Jan 12, 2014
    • I truly pray it doesn’t go for Michigan.




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      Tuliplady wrote Jan 12, 2014
    • Why is that Neicy?  Do you think legalizing it will increase consumption of it?




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      Marya1961 wrote Jan 12, 2014
    • I guess what concerns me also, is the fact that legalizing the production of it may take away from the drug cartels who have made so much money bringing it into this country illegally, and now if non-criminal people start growing it, will they put themselves at risk for robbery or worse, murder?

      Honestly, I would not want any part of drug production, naturally or synthetically..it is a scary game to play.




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