>>>"the city does not levy its own penalties for under-18 drinkers, despite the health risk."
This seems problematic. - Given that alcohol is clearly addictive and destructive to health while marijuana has no significant harms, why would we push teens toward destruction with this great legal imbalance?
All teens survive their marijuana use. - Some teens don't survive their alcohol use, and if they do, they can set their lives on a deadly course.
Penalties for marijuana should never be more than penalties for alcohol.
That's 3.6 million dollars going to schools instead of drug gangs. That's cream on top of ending the governmental persecution of countless citizens who prefer near harmless marijuana over very harmful alcohol. - I call that great progress!
Just click on "report" under his posts and indicate they are spam. That's what I'm doing.
This underhandedness is a perfect example of prohibition profiteers who try to fool voters into voting against their own freedom.
Right. He makes his living hooking up people to doctors that will write recommendations for anyone to get "medical" marijuana. So, of course, he will be out of business once we end the fraudulent marijuana prohibition.
He's just another of the many parasites that feed off the misery of the millions of American marijuana consumers.
And, right again. We saw this same greedy element campaigning against Prop 19. It's sickening to say the least. It is definitely a crime against humanity!
Right. One of the sickest thing about greedy growers like gogreencross is they KNOW most of their consumers are recreational consumers who are forced to lie, yet the greedy growers support the persecution of these "precious customers."
We need to quickly pass ALL re-legalization initiatives to rid ourselves of these destructive parasites.
Ending marijuana prohibition means $50 an ounce for average quality marijuana.
The same old spamming spin trying to distract from the fact A-64 legalizes marijuana for adults and will cause the end of marijuana prohibition nationwide.
You should spend all that energy thinking of the new business model you're going to need after re-legalization. It's only two months away. You're wasting lots of time.
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