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Vote Tuesday on Legalizing Pot
« Reply #1 on: 11-03-2009 at 02:03:26 AM »
American ingenuity at its finest in spite of Govs meddling.
Is that a fat lady singing or flying pigs squealing?

What medical marijuana can be

Important Medical Marijuana Case Before California Supreme Court

The End of Prohibition By Jacob Weisberg
CN Source: Slate November 02, 2009

"I think this would be a good time for a beer,"
~ Franklin D. Roosevelt said upon signing a bill that made 3.2-percent lager legal again, some months ahead of the full repeal of Prohibition.

"I inhaled—that was the point."
~ Barack Obama as he presides over the dismantling of our contemporary forms of prohibition...

Stop The Medical Marijuana Madness By Robert J. Corry Jr.
CN Source: Denver Post November 02, 2009 Denver, CO

Today, not much about Colorado's economy moves. The state is broke and releases prisoners because it cannot afford to keep them. The governor slashes the higher education budget 40 percent. People lose jobs, homes and financial security. Our leaders face serious issues. And what keeps some politicians up at night? That sneaking suspicion that some suffering cancer patient may gain limited pain relief through medical marijuana, coupled with that gnawing certainty that someone, somewhere, actually grew the plant for that patient.

Republican mom on FOX calling for marijuana legalization

Mandatory Sentences And A Handless Man

Rockies Ski Town To Vote Tuesday on Legalizing Pot By Kristen Wyatt
CN Source: Associated Press November 02, 2009 Breckenridge, Colo.

Voters in this Rocky Mountain resort town will decide Tuesday whether to legalize pot for all adults at a time when the movement to allow medical marijuana is gaining steam around the country. A measure before Breckenridge voters in a municipal election would legalize possession of up to 1 ounce of marijuana along with bongs, pipes and other pot paraphernalia. Supporters of the measure say it would inch the whole state closer to full legalization.

Marijuana Mercy: Pardon John Ray Wilson
Medical marijuana user with multiple sclerosis faces up to 20 in prison for growing pot plants.