• Posts Tagged ‘legalization’

    10 Signs Marijuana Prohibition’s “Game Over in Less Than Five Years”

    by  • April 2, 2014 • Blog, Russ Belville

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    On Monday, my Congressman, Earl Blumenauer, announced on Huffington Post Live that marijuana prohibition is “game over in less than five years.”  Rep. Blumenauer pointed out that “throughout the whole marijuana issue debate, there are numerous flat-out falsehoods. Schedule I drug? No therapeutic use? Worse than cocaine and meth? I mean, wait a minute.”...

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    Legalization Is Not To Blame For Washington’s Medical Marijuana Mess

    by  • March 8, 2014 • Blog, Russ Belville

    Pictured: Seriously sick and disabled medical marijuana patients who require a pound and a half of marijuana every sixty days for their well-being at Seattle Hempfest 2011.

    Lately, medical marijuana in Washington State has been under attack from legislators who wish to seriously reduce the limits and availability of medicine for patients.  The roll-out of recreational legalization in the state has subjected patients to much worry; however, I do not accept the pity party going on in Washington State, complaining that...

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