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I can talk and type about this subject endlessly. But here is a video to speak about the history of marijuana, and the criminality of it.
Also see: youtube.com/xcannabiscom
I love reading the news at Cannabis Culture. It makes me feel tingly inside.
I found a new article about civil disobedience which is a result of a protest against marijuana laws by a liberty conscious man name Andrew Carrol.
Andrew doesn’t ever smoke herb, but is upset about how many people get arrested on marijuana charges which is a victimless “crime”.
Rock on Andrew!
Watch Andrew Carroll’s act of civil disobedience and arrest
Watch Ian Freeman explaining his situation that concerns his free speech.
Washington state introduces decriminalization bill
Cannabis / Marijuana law reform. A federal bill put before congress in 08.
cnbc.com — Currently, 13 states have laws on the books stating it ’s not a crime to possess small amounts of marijuana. Internationally, other countries have similar legislation. A number of studies reveal legalization of pot does not necessarily lead to increased usage.
Let’s light this poll up!
Last I saw, it was 98% for decriminalization, 2.3% against it.
Could it be? Another state that is going to decriminalize all forms of marijuana usage?
This is one illustration of how logical marijuana decriminalization is.
According to The Stranger, Washington state legislators have introduced a bill aimed at reducing the penalty for marijuana possession to a $100 fine.
State representative Brendan Williams, citing a cost analysis of marijuana-related arrests from the Washington State Institute for Public Policy, has said that the state would save $7.5 million by passing the bill. According to The Stranger, the decriminalization measure would apply to adults in possession of 40 grams or less of marijuana. The penalties for juvenile offenders would remain unchanged from current state law.
Williams, in speaking with the Washington alternative weekly, said that he plans on framing the legislative discussion “in terms of the tradeoff in the budget discussion … and set a square alternative…[i.e.] ‘Do you choose to provide health care for x number of children or fund criminalizing marijuana possession?’”
Earlier this November, Massachusetts passed a bill similar in scope by a 30-point margin. Additionally, a recent survey of Washington state citizens revealed that 81 percent of voters there do not believe that current marijuana laws are working.
However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that they want to see the drug decriminalized.
Opponents of past measures, such as the bill proposed by legislators like Barney Frank (D-MA) and Ron Paul (R-TX) have pointed to marijuana’s causal link to mental illness as reasons why the drug should remain illegal.
However, others, including marijuana advocacy groups, argue that such claims are baseless.
You’ve heard the saying “freedom isn’t free“. That is becoming more and more expensive each and every day.
Using counter surveillance, and the latest technology xCannabis is documenting and fighting the current tyranny!
The government has their voice in the media. The government has it’s influence over local laws.
Since the government isn’t submitting to the will of the people, such as how a state can make a law and even though constitutionally it should be
respected by the federal government.. The federal government ignores cannabis legislation in 13 states that have decriminalized marijuana in one way or another.
That the federal government has become immune to the call and the will of the people. It is time for the people [we the people] to raise their voices!
To watch the full Alex Jones/Barry Cooper interview see this:
Personally, I belive that the information in this film is one of the best messages of our generation. A call to action. This film is well made, and the information is presented in a very matter of fact, try to challenge me if you dare kind of way. Good job!
To eliminate most Federal penalties for possession of marijuana for personal use, and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
This Act may be cited as the ..Act to Remove Federal Penalties for the Personal Use of Marijuana by Responsible Adults’.
SEC. 2. ELIMINATION OF CERTAIN MARIJUANA-RELATED PENALTIES.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no penalty may be imposed under an Act of Congress for the possession of marijuana for personal use, or for the not-for-profit transfer between adults of marijuana for personal use. For the purposes of this section, possession of 100 grams or less of marijuana shall be presumed to be for personal use, as shall the not-for-profit transfer of one ounce or less of marijuana, except that the civil penalty provided in section 405 of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 844a) may be imposed for the public use of marijuana if the amount of the penalty does not exceed $100.