Advertise On Marijuana Passion

Even in pot-friendly states, selling is risky business

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Taken from article at hxxp://bottomline.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/04/24/11312196-even-in-pot-friendly-states-selling-is-risky-business?lite



"The assault on medical marijuana patients currently under way by the Obama administration is unprecedented in this country's history," said Steph Sherer, the organization's founder and executive director. "The intensity and breadth of the attacks has far surpassed anything we saw under the Bush administration and has resulted in the roll-back of numerous local and state laws, not just in California."
"The government's focus on the industry has taken many lawmakers and medical marijuana activists by surprise. During his presidential campaign four years ago, Obama vowed to maintain a hands-off approach toward pot clinics and dispensaries that adhere to state law."


When will America see the benefits to Marijuana.
 

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ziggyross said:
Taken from article at hxxp://bottomline.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/04/24/11312196-even-in-pot-friendly-states-selling-is-risky-business?lite



"The assault on medical marijuana patients currently under way by the Obama administration is unprecedented in this country's history," said Steph Sherer, the organization's founder and executive director. "The intensity and breadth of the attacks has far surpassed anything we saw under the Bush administration and has resulted in the roll-back of numerous local and state laws, not just in California."
"The government's focus on the industry has taken many lawmakers and medical marijuana activists by surprise. During his presidential campaign four years ago, Obama vowed to maintain a hands-off approach toward pot clinics and dispensaries that adhere to state law."


When will America see the benefits to Marijuana.
lie #9,641....:rofl:
 

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Clinton did the same thing as Obama.. they claimed to have no prob with med mj.. then turn around an put a crazy anti pot drug czar into office.. Mcaffery was/is crazy.. and said it like this "the war on drugs is not a winnable war but it is a fundable war"... That says it all to me... Find it crazy that America even has a job title called Drug Czar??:rofl:


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THEY ARE ALL LIARS!! None of them got into politics for or by, being "honest"
.....$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$....... and power :rant: :rant: :rant: :rant: :rant:
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He's trying to get reelected. The DEA, FBI, Border Patrol, Local Police, State Highway Patrol, Sheriff's office, Home Land Security, all have something to do with pot and keeping it illegal keeps them working. The question is at what cost? How many people have to die so our economy looks good. Like Hick said, money and power. Who's addicted Mr. President, me to marijuana, or you to power?
 

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If you are a thief but want to steal legally you become a politician.


"Campaign Contributions" eh;... "here is 10mil$ senator because i like you"..."now; turn your morals off and do what it takes to get this (bill/law/etc..) passed, remember... you owe me"

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right on OG, here's an article that appeared over the weekend on Reason.com . . .

hxxp://reason.com/archives/2012/04/22/4-industries-getting-rich-off-the-drug-w

. . . because the status quo, however misguided, is lining their pockets . . .
 
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