3 States Ready to Rumble

Reported by Legalize.co: Here is some legalize.co news which we hope you enjoy!  We have seen this same story unfold over and over.  Meaning if you take a look what is written here you can clearly see more detours as we have seen so many times.

Voters in three Western states prepare to decide on Nov. 6 on laws that would make small amounts of pot legal for recreational use. Along with the Colorado Amendment 64, Initiative 502 in Washington and Measure 80 in Oregon would allow people who are 21 and older to buy less than an ounce of marijuana from shops regulated by the state.

Essentially cannabis would be treated by the state in a similar fashion to tobacco and alcohol. Sales and regulated growing operations would be taxed and licensed. Or, would they?

If the proposals pass, the states may well become social laboratories, settling a very…

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Colorado Citizens Vote Yes

Here is the truth as we know it, Colorado is gone hog wild and is ahead in the polls thus far. Seriously, will Colorado be the first one to actually pass the first recreational marijuana law?  Everyone is biting their nails in anticipation for it to pass.  It will bring more jobs and more taxes to the state and get them out of the rut all of America  has found itself in since the bankers stole all the money.  The great collapse of the housing market was due to greedy bankers like BofA who has been sued repeatedly for predatory lending...

The marijuana legalization initiative on November's ballot in Colorado, Amendment 64, is currently ahead in the polls. Opponents of this initiative have been on the attack in recent weeks claiming the initiative is bad for young people in Colorado. Contrary to arguments by the defenders of the status quo, current marijuana policy in Colorado fails young people and is indefensibl…

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Over zealous Prosecutor goes after Farmers

Here is another clear example of an over zealous attorney with the title of Prosecutor who is trying to make a name for himself.  We have seen this over and over but here is the kicker, there has been convictions for homicide where people merely received 7 years and were released in about 4 with good behavior.  My point with all this silly stuff is  the age ole question:  "Are we really going to send a person to jail for all that time for something relatively harmless?"

Detroit, MI -- Four medical marijuana patients and caregivers will be sentenced in Michigan federal courts this week, highlighting the human cost of the federal government’s intolerance for state medical marijuana laws. The sentencing hearings come less than a week after another Montana medical marijuana provider, Chris Williams, was similarly denied a defense and found guilty at trial. In August, Montana medical marijuana provider Richard Flor…

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