The Marijuana States of America is a 13″ x 19″ full color glossy poster and I will debut it for sale at the 2015 HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup in Denver over the 4/20 weekend. The poster costs $5.00 and I’ll be happy to sign it if you like.
What would it take for you to vote against an initiative that purported to legalize marijuana? Here are some of your responses:
Some folks are vowing to defeat this legalization proposal, because there is a better true legalization proposal coming along for the next election. Just like the No on Prop 19 people told me at Oaksterdam in 2010.
Mr. President, instead of telling us how low marijuana legalization ought to be on our list of priorities, how about you listen when we tell you why legalization should be so high.
I’m watching now as the Box Canyon theory morphs into medical fighting so hard to maintain its special rights it threatens the viability of legalization where it’s passed
A 94-year-old man has been charged with felony possession of marijuana, according to the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office.
Today, we continue with Botticelli’s thoughts on how legalization impacts people like him who are in recovery from drug addiction.
The leader of the anti-legalization group Project SAM, Kevin Sabet, sat down for an interview with the newly-confirmed head of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (a.k.a. “the drug czar”), Michael Botticelli.
“Now there are people who abuse (alcohol), no doubt about it, but I think it’s a big jump between someone having a beer and smoking marijuana.”
As the legislature sees it, in 2012, voters who craved legalization were apparently smart enough to reject the details of OCTA, but in 2014, voters were apparently ignoring the details of New Approach Oregon because they simply craved legalization.