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U.S. law currently bans the sale and possession of all forms of marijuana. in 2014 Colorado and Washington will become the first states to legalize and regulate marijuana contrary to federal laws. See recent marijuana news
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"Medical" marijuana needs to be prescribed by a legitimate doctor and dispensed by a legitimate pharmacy just like prescription drugs. Second hand smoke from this is hallucinegetic for any who breath it even if your neighbor smokes it. So it... 5 years ago from a Republican in Mid Florida, FL
No. Penalties should be steep fines. If they can afford to buy the crap they can afford gigantic fines. Stop making prisons like club med. When they commit a crime they forfiet all rights. Maybe forced hard labor to boot. Make prison much more unpleasant. 5 years ago from a Republican in Salt Lake City, UT
I voted in WA to legalize it, but out of ignorance, did not know the waste products created and released into the environment by producers of it. We have no ready system to ensure that production is regulated, that illegal growers, producers and sellers... 5 years ago from a Democrat in University Place, WA
No, and make any detectable level in blood or urine be considered proof of possession and to be made public. However, limit the sanction to loss of driving privileges and loss of DOT or HHS jobs and loss of other jobs at their employer's discretion.... 5 years ago from a Libertarian in La Porte, IN
No we have enough problems with alcohol addiction and don't need to add a new product to the menu. If you legalize it then the private sector should be able to fire employees who are users and they should not get any government assistance once fired.... 5 years ago from a Libertarian in Camden, SC
There are enough nut jobs on the road driving that are drunk on their cell phone or texting, putting on make up etc. and you want to pot heads on the road. Give me a break. 5 years ago from a Green in Salt Lake City, UT
Yes, and free any "criminal" that was arrested for marijuana possession and ONLY marijuana possession. (not if there's other charges included). 5 years ago from a Republican in Milwaukee, WI
Yes, and immediately free all citizens jailed for drug offenses while legalizing, taxing, and regulating marijuana instead of criminalizing it. 5 years ago from a Democrat in Haynesville, LA
Decriminalize for the first two offenses for personal use. Make it a civil fine where it does not affect a young person arrest record that may prevent tem from job employment. Third offense or more should be transferred to criminal court. 5 years ago from a Republican in Des Moines, IA
Tax and regulate plus release of current MJ offenders whose only offense is possession. 5 years ago from a Republican in Wilmington, NC
I support decriminalization, not legalization. 5 years ago from a Republican in College Station, TX
I deal with people everyday who are addicted to drugs; regular marijuana users are significantly affected mentally (memory/thought processes/motivation,etc) over a long period of time. it also affects their ability to drive, operate machinery etc. If you... 5 years ago from a Republican in Grand Rapids, MI
Within five years marijuana abuse will escalate requiring increasing state and federal regulation. This will first be noticed in the number of automobile accidents due to marijuana impairment. 5 years ago from a Democrat in Cleveland, OH
8 billion spent on MJ enforcement & it doesn't kill. Tobacco kills 400k per year, alcohol kills 40k' Lethal , but great source for fed revenue. FoggyBottom functions on greed , not stupidity. 5 years ago from a Democrat in Abbeville, AL
Legalize all substances, it is personal choice of what to consume. Prohibition is making a crime out of something that is not a crime. Victimless and wasteful are just a few terms to describe the war on drugs. Facilitating a prison industrial complex.... 5 years ago from a Libertarian in Florence, AL
Educate the people on the so called "Drug" and why it was made illegal I the first place. And that it has 0 deaths and all our brains actually have one of the active ingredients already. 5 years ago from a Democrat in Lyons, IL
Legalize, tax and regulate at the federal level, AND release all drug offenders, hard drug offenders into treatment programs, marijuana offenders simply released with all record of a conviction wiped off their record. 5 years ago from a Socialist in Grand Prairie, TX
Yes! Legalize, regulate, tax and treat marijuana like our other legal drugs, such as alcohol, tobacco, caffeine and prescription drugs with severe penalties for lawbreakers. 5 years ago from a Republican in Tucson, AZ
Yes, and immediately free all citizens jailed for drug offenses and Yes. Legalize, tax, and regulate marijuana instead of criminalizing it. 5 years ago from a Democrat in College Station, TX
Too many people are in jail for a relatively minor crime, dragging our economy down with costs to prosecute and incarcerate. Decrease the level of criminality for personal use, regulate it strenuously, and prosecute only egregious offenders. 5 years ago from a Republican in Carmel, IN
No, Since alcohol is legalized, there will be a high chance of mixing marijuana and alcohol together, which is also called cross faded. That situation will turn all angels bad. 5 years ago from a Democrat in Las Vegas, NV