Rep. Steve Cohen Grills Eric Holder on Marijuana Prohibition (VIDEO)

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That is what I'm talking about. Don't let up. Call your representative and tell them the same thing rep. Cohen said. Now is the time for a good push.

There's still the issue of

  1. There's still the issue of people coming to work while under the influence. That could be a serious issue in certain jobs, and by the nature of marijuana being legal that could become a bigger issue.

  2. Depending on where you live, yes. Defining those rules is very complicated, with different things to think about depending on many contingencies, including safety for kids and neighborhood rules, which would have to be redefined.

Clearly, the policy issue of

Clearly, the policy issue of medical marijuana is a public health issue, and should not be held hostage by the war on drugs. Basic compassion and common sense demand that our nation allows America’s seriously ill citizens to use whatever medication their physicians deem safe and effective to alleviate their pain and suffering, and the scientific record supports their use of therapeutic cannabis.

No need to be a dick to

No need to be a dick to someone making an effort to do something. You may think its the improper organization that slows progress, and you're right. I spent quite a bit of time in the drug policy networks and more often than not its unorganized and ends up turning into smoking pot rather than legalizing it. But theres a worse problem, people like you. People who would rather bitch at how its being done than do anything themselves. People who agree with the cause but do nothing about it. Prop 19 didn't fail because marijuana is evil, but because the young people didn't go out and vote. They instead posted on the internet about it, but made no effort on election day.

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I think this is an informative post and knowledgeable. I would like to thank you for the efforts you have made in writing this article

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