Medical marijuana is legal in nearly 14 states in the US and this is a result of the fact that doctors think that marijuana has therapeutic properties. Under the federal law, growing marijuana, using it or using it in your possession is a criminal offense and because of this, it is necessary that unless you have your doctor's recommendation to use it, you do not even think about developing this substance at home.
Stan Smith - Has worked for the CIA since the 1980's as a "weapons expert" always on the alert for terrorist activity. His official job title is"Deputy Deputy Director" and since then his work has included the interrogation of potential terrorists. And constantly on the look-out for terrorists. He'll do anything to protect his family.
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Ask your friends and family members. How many pills a day do you take? What does that cost? How much would it cost to grow a plant in your garden? How much profit would the pharmaceuticals and insurance companies make if you grow that plant in your garden? Would their profits turn to losses?
You can make the argument that if alcohol is legal, then pot should be especially in the case of recreational marijuana. And there's a great chance that in the future it will be legal. It looks like congress is currently moving in that direction and it has been decriminalized by some countries or made recreational marijuana legal for sale.
KQED reports that a program is in the works to strengthen enforcement of pot - a move that may indicate seizure of land rented to other marijuana operations and cannabis club. When medical marijuana is legal, how can that be? Well, here is the rub - it's legal in California, but illegal under federal statute.
TC:More, way more accepting. There seems to be a pot scene in almost every movie. Cheech and I were the first ones who really featured pot as the main character in a movie.
"Ballot Propositions and Judicial Performance Review Publicity Pamphlet."
November 2, 2010, issued by Ken Bennet, Arizona Secretary of State, State of Arizona Election.