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Jun 19, 17, 06:44 AM #31If big insurance companies are against it, that makes me more for it.Advertisement
Jun 19, 17, 08:30 AM #32Medicinal should be the priority, regardless which forms are being used which is why I voted how I did, however, full legalization is what I would like to see for selfish reasons.
Jun 19, 17, 09:32 AM #33
In our BGP straw poll the majority of the people want this to happen yet the people we elect are stopping it from happening. Makes you think.
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Jun 19, 17, 09:49 AM #34The people I know are probably 80% in favor of legalization of marijuana for medical purposes.
About 60% support it for medical and recreational purposes, and I run with a fairly conservative crowd.
I have to believe the majority of the people in the state would support it. Its not my thing, but I view it about the same as I do alcohol.
I would support legalizing it in any of the above fashions. I would prefer that it just be legalized.
Jun 19, 17, 12:06 PM #35
Once the idiots we voted into office have a loved one that could be helped by MM, we will start getting more in favor of it. Also once Big Pharma gets it MM side of the buisness set up then it will quickly become legal
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Jun 19, 17, 12:32 PM #36No matter what any of us think Marijuana will eventually be legal everywhere. Our younger generations have grown up on it and from talking to many young people they are almost ALL fully on board.
I thought HT and some others stated my thoughts really well: "I would support any form of legalization. I think you should be able to smoke it as well, but I would support it even if that wasn't part of the bill."
Jun 19, 17, 12:34 PM #37ColonelCrazy
And don't forget to add the Alcohol and Tobacco lobbies to Big Rx trying to protect their financial interests by keeping Marijuana illegal.
Jun 19, 17, 01:53 PM #38
Jun 20, 17, 06:50 AM #39Ya'll didn't realize what MJ really meant in my username. Just kidding.