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Marijuana shops were declared essential early on, our rental cabins also never had to close, so there hasn’t really been much change to my day-to-day working life in this crisis.
The reason you don’t hear from voters on the issue is because the Idaho legislature in 2013 declared marijuana shall never be legal, even for medical use, and because in 2015 the governor became the first and only to veto legalization of CBD oil for epileptic kids.
“In man it is unlikely that Δ 9-THC plasma concentrations elevated enough to produce such acute toxic effects, could be reached after ingestion of cannabis preparations.” – Dr. Gabriel Nahas, 1972 report to UNODC.
With more and smaller districts blunting the impact of partisan gerrymandering and having members work from their home districts, more responsive to local issues and fewer constituents, less imposed upon by lobbyists, less shackled to always dialing for dollars, working longer weeks and making our selection of president more fair, there’s plenty of compelling reasons to adopt the principles of proportional representation set forth by our Founding Fathers.
Assembling an armed force cannot be a peaceable assembly. The presence of guns establishes that the ultimate say rests with the armed, rather than the side with the best arguments and most votes.
“Look in the safe, officer, that’s where illegal drugs would be stored. I guarantee there are no drugs in the safe. I encourage you to look in the safe.” What about the cookie jar? “Drugs would never be stored in the cookie jar. That’s only for cookies. But I can’t let you look at the cookies. Have you checked the safe?”
A little instant karma comes my way on the 21st birthday of two women seeking marijuana.
How can anybody believe Christine Blasey Ford’s story but not Tara Reade’s, when the evidence for the latter’s story and the subject of it seem to me far more credible than the former’s?
For half a million dollars, Idaho could have been the next medical marijuana state. Making the ballot has always been the only question, as polls have consistently shown about three-in-four Idahoans are for it.