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  • Sure, why not?
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • For it not to be legal yet means that the entire system is ignoring new data and keeping to the old false narrative. No excuse for such stupid but for power grabs and that ilk.
    • DancesWithWolves
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    • WHF, What's His Face
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  • Yes and make it taxable
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • Yep. I'm for it 😑
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • Quite a few states have done ballots on that, voting, and the results are clear that some 2/3rds of the populace want it. There is no excuse for what the US has done on marijuana and it needs undone.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • it's like being drunk. so a way to determine if someone is "high" needs to be discovered or legally mandated. I don't want my pilot, conductor, surgeon, nurse etc to be high on the job. do you?
    • DancesWithWolves
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    • Linda Joy
      They've had these tests for decades! And if you have an on the job injury or accident you can expect one.
  • Yes medcal mairjuana should be passed as long as there are safety protocals.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • I thought it already was for medical purposes. I don't pay that much attention to it. CBD is legal and does almost everything medical mj does, doesn't it? I know it made my back feel better when I rubbed the oil on it. I just didn't like taking it orally. It was like swallowing a bunch of oil! But they have other oils in gel caps so I'm sure they can CBD, too. I just happened to get the kind in a bottle with a dropper. It worked well, but was too expensive for me. And CBD doesn't get you high like THC does, but delivers many of the medicinal health benefits.
    • DancesWithWolves
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    • 1465
      "It doesn't get you high" is one of the reasons most people still favor the weed and not the oil.
  • I live in a state that legalized it. I have seen no serious problems but it has added 1/2B to our economy. Good for us.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • Yes! I feel like it should be 21+ restricted all 50 states and TAXED because that sounds like less of a waste of tax dollars and MISERY than the war on drugs against them.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • If the medical community is of the consensus that marijuana provides medical benefits when prescribed to patients with certain conditions that outweigh the side effects and there is no superior medicine for these particular medical complaints then yes. But note the problems. For example, a person I know. He uses it to get high...and to sell "primo" (medical) grade marijuana to others. Before he got his card he didn't ever espouse the idea that he needed it for his medical condition. He rarely ever sold any to others. He used it to get high, sometimes sharing it with a very few friends. He still uses it to get high...but now he spends a LOT more money on it (for personal use), AND he's dealing to others. OH...and now he feels like he has carte blanche to smoke the stuff wherever and whenever he likes. What's stranger is that his friends ***who don't have cards*** have ***the very same outlook***. I even heard one of his pot-smoking buddies say, "We have a card!" But only the one fellow (not the one who said that) has a card. So: it IS in fact making a problem - recreational use of marijuana - worse. In my limited experience, MUCH worse. If we can't ignore the medical benefits then we definitely shouldn't ignore the related consequences, both medical and non-medical.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • Medical AND Recreational. People need to get past this nonsense of keeping marijuana use criminal. It's silly.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • I take it that no one who supports it has ever been in a car with a driver who was under the influence. He had no idea where he was at and was all over the road, taking out a sign and a small tree before he came to a stop. Had there been another car in his path, he might have ended up being charged for vehicular manslaughter for driving under the influence. You people who support it have the idea that it is perfectly safe while you're at home or at a friend's house. But where are you when you suddenly decide to go for a drive - to get more beer or to go home? I can guarantee 100% that no one thinks about his ability to make the trip (he barely realizes that he's walking out the door), and will get into the car with the mindset "it doesn't affect me like that". If being happy requires artificial stimulation, then maybe you you need to get a life.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • Yes (with qualifiers). I am adamantly opposed to legalization of recreational marijuana, but the legalization of marijuana for legitimate medical reasons, by prescription, is a no-brainer. What qualifiers? Well...let's take a look at the one person I know who has a medical marijuana card. He uses it to get high...not to treat any medical condition. Yes, he DOES have a relevant medical condition, but he smokes for one and only one reason: to get high. He not only uses it to get high, he also sells it to friends and acquaintances. So: #1 qualifier: strict regulation. #2 qualifier is to be VERY strict about who is given a medical marijuana card. In my (small) city of residence, one doctor gives them out for $50 a piece. Yes, he literally sells them. He does not test for what we might call "diseases doctors have determined are treatable with marijuana". Anyone who wants a card visits him, pays $50 and in return gets a quick physical and a medical marijuana card. Clearly we need MUCH stricter controls and regulations than are present in my state (which, BTW, has NOT legalized recreational marijuana).
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • Yes marijuana is legalized. Since that's a fact its already passed. Your sentence imho seems redundant.
    • DancesWithWolves
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  • Yes and tax would be collected on all sales. Tax money can be used for many good things.
    • DancesWithWolves
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