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Old 10-29-2014, 03:08 PM
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When you vote over the legalization of medical marihuana keep in mind that there are some truly good people out there that would benefit from the use of that medicine. Please vote in favor of nonaddictive pain relief for those who really need it. It will not change your life, except maybe reduce the crime a little maybe but to some it would change their life in a positive manner. I don't won't to be addicted just to reduce my pain level to a tolerable level. Thanks to all of you that will.
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When you vote over the legalization of medical marihuana keep in mind that there are some truly good people out there that would benefit from the use of that medicine. Please vote in favor of nonaddictive pain relief for those who really need it. It will not change your life, except maybe reduce the crime a little maybe but to some it would change their life in a positive manner. I don't won't to be addicted just to reduce my pain level to a tolerable level. Thanks to all of you that will.
Here's a bump for you Bugbuster. You can count on my yes vote.
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BS, as the stoner kid slams into your family killing them cause he's higher than a kite. IF you bothered to read the proposal it's full of holes. Compete BS. Vote NO and save some innocent lives, maybe even your own.
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Vote yes and allow people without pharmacy degress to sell street drugs at street prices using street names out of storefronts to anyone who can get a card by saying that they have chronic sorryass syndrome. . Good medicine.

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BS, as the stoner kid slams into your family killing them cause he's higher than a kite. IF you bothered to read the proposal it's full of holes. Compete BS. Vote NO and save some innocent lives, maybe even your own.


I'll be voting yes on it this week.

This issue is one of the rare few that I strongly believe is a step in the right direction.
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I'll be voting yes on it this week.

This issue is one of the rare few that I strongly believe is a step in the right direction.
If you are saying that legalization of recreational marijuana is the ultimate "direction" then I might inclined to agree with you. If you are saying that co-opting our medical profession is a good step in that direction, then we will just have to agree to disagree.
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I think smoking pot makes one feel better whether they are sick, in pain, or not. I don't think it cures anything just like pain killers don't. It should be legal or at least decriminalized. I'll vote yes since I don't think its a big deal at all, however I also don't buy into its medicinal qualities. Its the snake oil of olden days but if it makes you feel better then smoke it.
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Look into who is pushing the hardest. Charlie Christ is desperately trying to be Governor because of his affiliation with Morgan Law Firm and that law firm and John Morgan are buying up agricultural land and planning to control the growing of the "legalized pot."
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look into who is pushing the hardest. Charlie christ is desperately trying to be governor because of his affiliation with morgan law firm and that law firm and john morgan are buying up agricultural land and planning to control the growing of the "legalized pot."
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I'm afraid this law is deeply flawed. If it wasn't screwed up I would vote yes. Get a better law and I'll vote for it.
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I'm on the fence on this one. One way or the other I'll be voting Tuesday.
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Look into who is pushing the hardest. Charlie Christ is desperately trying to be Governor because of his affiliation with Morgan Law Firm and that law firm and John Morgan are buying up agricultural land and planning to control the growing of the "legalized pot."
what a dumb idea. Let's make over more thing legal to make Americans and the youth even "more dumber"... great.
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Vote yes and allow people without pharmacy degress to sell street drugs at street prices using street names out of storefronts to anyone who can get a card by saying that they have chronic psoriasis syndrome. . Good medicine.
Yes. Thats the general idea. Whats the problem? Go to any cvs or walgreens and go to the vitamin section. Read the bottles. Claims of weight loss, hair growth, erectile dysfunction. Totally unregulated and you don't need a card to buy them. Whats the difference?
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BS, as the stoner kid slams into your family killing them cause he's higher than a kite. IF you bothered to read the proposal it's full of holes. Compete BS. Vote NO and save some innocent lives, maybe even your own.
Got any links or evidence to support your assertion that legal marijuana sales lead to more deaths on the road? Is colorado, washington or california seeing a surge in high-driving fatalities?
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Wrong. The rules limit the growers to a handful. One rule: Must have been in business for 30 years or more. A whole lot of other rules that limit eligibility to like 21 growers in the state. But, hey don't let me get in the way of spreading untrue rumors.

Completely misleading comments. While it is true that a grower must be in business for 30 years, one of the gazillion loopholes in this law pertains to the growers, just like CA the 30 years pertains to the business license, not the owners who can have multiple business partners, like the scum bag Lawyer who if he get this past will take in "billions" not millions.

Also, the "Fox" got to write the laws on this, but there's no collusion there.....nooooo! Perfectly ok for the fox to build the chicken coop. Simply amazes me how freaking stupid some people are.

I have personally put in over 260 hours of volunteer time, mostly on the phones to defeat this. I am very confident this will not pass.

If you truly care about your kids!

VOTE NO!
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If people want to smoke weed they are going to buy it either way. Why not legalize it and tax it?
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BS, as the stoner kid slams into your family killing them cause he's higher than a kite. IF you bothered to read the proposal it's full of holes. Compete BS. Vote NO and save some innocent lives, maybe even your own.
Dude, have you ever been high? I doubt anyone stoned would be driving over the speed limit...more like driving like an old lady. If you're worried about innocent lives, get a petition together to ban alcohol. good grief.
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I have no problem with people who medically need the help of Marijuana getting it. I do have a problem with it being in a smoking form because it WILL be abused.. I also don't have a problem if they decide to legalize it on a federal level but to have some bastardized law anything like California, I am NOT for it. Anything that Mr. Morgan is for I have great skepticism about.

Again, I don't have a problem with Marijuana in any form other than in than smoking form. There are other ways for it to be administered and its positive medical benefits to be beneficial.

If it is legalized on a federal level, so be it but I don't think these state laws promote anything but abuse and help make a few very wealthy.
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