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roadtoad2

congress approves medical marijuana

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Somebody alert the DEA! Imagine if they released all those in prison for marijuana offenses, the prison industrial complex might collapse. Corporations are not about to lose their slave labor.

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11 minutes ago, roadtoad2 said:

Dec 29 is old?

That is the current date.

Dec 16, 2014 is when the article in the OP was posted. (the article date is below the author info)

However, that article was updated today:
"A year after Congress voted to end war on medical pot, raids continue in California"
http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-pot-congress-20151228-story.html

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Proven to fight cancer, depression, joint pains, and so much more. Can someone abuse marijuana? Yep. You can abuse water too. It's called drowning o.o;

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7 minutes ago, Last1oftheJedi said:

Proven to fight cancer, depression, joint pains, and so much more. Can someone abuse marijuana? Yep. You can abuse water too. It's called drowning o.o;

Sure. you can abuse anything. Marijuana has a couple of problems.....the culture (far out, man) and the cartels. As for water, boycott Nestle or there won't be any affordable water to drink much less drown in.

I'd like to see people growing their own or forming small co-ops that eliminate the cash cows for cartels and government.

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