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Marijuana Deaths

Posted 01-23-2013 at 08:53 PM by colorfulchic83

Legalize medical marijuana everywhere. Ban alcohol...

Disclaimer for the nosy & self-righteous who may read this:
I do NOT smoke marijuana. I do support legalization for medical use, because I've seen its affects on loved ones compared to the awful liver killing opiates that make people sick, and incoherent.
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    I hope that Florida can vote in medicinal marijuana in November 2014. I believe the good in the passage of this into law will greatly overshadow the bad.
    There are some incredible stories aiding in epilepsy, cancer, seizures, etc. which have surfaced illustrating the benefit of it, which have to highlighted.
    We need to also realize the economic values in the event that it becomes legal as in Colorado. The economic values of reducing the # of people going to jail for non-criminal offenses and the ruining of young peoples careers by getting caught with small quantities. I realize this would reduce the # of people going to jail and thus reducing the amount of money being spent on incarcerating non-violent criminals.
    I think resources could be better utilized on life-threatening drugs and career ending pharmaceuticals such as oxycotin, heroin, etc.
    I am the father who has lost his daughter to the pharmaceutical drugs and personably feel these companies are allow to legally produce drugs that ruin or even kill people. Case in point Phillip Seymour and the Glee actor--what a waste of talent, we will miss them. I believe had they been using weed, they would not be dead right now.......
    Posted 02-04-2014 at 01:16 PM by Sasman Sasman is offline
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    People opposing medical marijuana opinions would change if they had people directly related to them that were an alcoholic or drug addict. Alcoholics or drug addicts can erode a family relationship and it is incredibly hard to deal with. I have had friends and relatives lives adversely affected tearing the family bond apart.

    Another thing on economic value Colorado gets $1 million per day in tax revenues....consider Florida with 4 times the population and tourists arriving. Consider the economic benefit and build the rail system between Tampa and Orlando with some of the revenues.
    Posted 02-04-2014 at 01:28 PM by Sasman Sasman is offline
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    Is it illegal to smoke cannabis in in this country (USA)? Yes, it remains illegal under the misuse of Drugs Act 1971. It can be punished with a custodial sentence and it is still prohibited even if it was just a small very small amount as it stands the law is unambiguous that possession of cannabis is unlawful. So obviously it's not something that can be done in this country. Only exception would be if it was a medical experiment under license. It's clear in this country is still illegal to smoke cannabis. But there is one place in Europe you know for sure, you can smoke a joint without getting arrested. Sudan it's the gadget capital of the Western world as anywhere can try to understand the allure of cannabis and its risks.:ok::ok::ok::ok:

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    From our observation and experience, recently we published an article about drug tests and how to ease withdrawal symptoms briefly. You are invited to visit [url=http://www.healthtion.com/cannabis-withdrawal-symptoms]How To Ease Cannabis Withdrawal Symptoms And Anxiety[/url]. Hopefully you will be benefited.

    Dr. Md. Aftab Uddin
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    Posted 03-18-2017 at 01:33 PM by Dr. Aftab Uddin Dr. Aftab Uddin is offline
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