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Medical marijuana

What will Ohio voters say if the issue is on the ballot?

March 24, 2014

Medical marijuana proponents are continuing efforts to bring legalization of the drug to Ohio voters in November....

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JustinHale

Mar-26-14 11:12 AM

@ Oneil You do make a valid point about the dangers of pets getting into cannabis. I have a friend who makes Cannabutter,they left the "squeezings"where one great dane and one yellow lab got into it,they both survived but it was Not a good trip.

"Christ" means "the annointed one",he was known for healing the sick with it,don't know if he smoked it or not,but being the Prince of Peace all mellow and such I wouldn't doubt it. Check out Exodus 30:,22_33

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NasCarNut

Mar-26-14 8:22 AM

You have to subscribe now to read this article.

Really

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Privatized

Mar-25-14 10:18 PM

"When someone is so fond of pot that they turn into a rabid paranoiac "

Doesn't happen. That's ancient Reefer Madness propaganda.

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JustinHale

Mar-25-14 7:54 PM

" Want to observe some of the drawbacks of possible excessive use of cannabis" Want to observe the anti marijuana midset ? Exhibit A, Oneil. Attack the messenger instead of addressing the issue.

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Privatized

Mar-25-14 7:50 PM

Let the shutdown begin.

You have to subscribe now to read this article.

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JustinHale

Mar-25-14 7:12 PM

" .. I guess when the idea of making big bucks from weed sales comes up, everyone gets real serious ... Chill, dudes and dudesses!" When it comes to making Bucks about Anything people get serious,what your point ????

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Privatized

Mar-25-14 6:11 PM

"oneill Mar-25-14 4:00 PM There is an interesting article..."

Baloney! My dog ate every bit she could get. She could sniff a roach out of an ashtray full of cigarette butts. If she found a stash, she had a good time with it. She knew what was good for her, she ate weed like a goat and turned her nose up at fast food "fish".

Looks like the drug reps and drug warriors are really disagreeing with the pro pot posts. lol

Pot is an easy target that doesn't shoot back. huuaah

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JustinHale

Mar-25-14 11:37 AM

“The illegality of cannabis is outrageous, an impediment to full utilization of a drug which helps produce the serenity and insight, sensitivity and fellowship so desperately needed in this increasingly mad and dangerous world.”  ? Carl Sagan Then the LORD said to Moses, "Take the following fine spices: 500 shekels of liquid myrrh, half as much of fragrant cinnamon, 250 shekels of "kaneh bosm," 500 shekels of cassia - all according to the sanctuary shekel--and a hind of olive oil. Make these into a sacred anointing oil” (Exodus 30: 22-33) If you scratch a know nothing prohibitionist just below the surface you will usually find a so called christian,these people would have Jesus in jail,things haven't changed much have they.

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JustinHale

Mar-25-14 11:34 AM

When the pseudo moralistic know nothing prohibitionists run out misinformation and outright lies they always default to "the children" argument. "The state must declare the child to be the most precious treasure of the people. As long as the government is perceived as working for the benefit of the children, the people will happily endure almost any curtailment of liberty and almost any deprivation." Adolf Hitler

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JustinHale

Mar-25-14 11:32 AM

The only thing that makes a common herb valuable enough to create violent drug cartels and corrupt government is the governments prohibition of it. Grow your own,Share.

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NasCarNut

Mar-25-14 7:33 AM

More like mellow yellow ;)

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Tessie

Mar-24-14 8:20 PM

lol RealityMOV! I would if I could, I really would

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NasCarNut

Mar-24-14 7:16 PM

you know that if you smoke it but don't inhale it

Why bother then ;)

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BeRight

Mar-24-14 5:59 PM

Well, you know that if you smoke it but don't inhale it that is OK.

And I did not have sex with that woman.

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gkda2005

Mar-24-14 5:45 PM

How about instead of putting all of our time and money worrying about a plant that has not been proven to kill people, on more important issues like catching pedophiles, or the guy next door that was able to keep 3 women captive for 10 years.... our priorities have gone down the tubes.

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JoeBob1

Mar-24-14 3:19 PM

I don't recall any recent news stories about deaths from overdosing on pot. However, there are many instances of ODing on prescription pain killers. Why the stigma on marijuana? Because it's now illegal or is it because of the loose prescription writing that goes on in states that permit it? It's just another drug-if it really helps some people let them have it. Worried about side effects? Just listen to all the possible side effects for ANY drug advertised on TV. Seems to me that pushing a particular drug on TV is more of a problem than the pot. How many people go to the doctor and ask for a drug they saw advertised? Isn't it the doctor's job to diagnose and determine IF you might need medication? If the state does legalize it they should make sure that the prescriptions are valid--maybe check on some of the pain pill pushers why they're at it....

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turk024

Mar-24-14 12:38 PM

If anyone is against legalization you are ignorant. Legalize it. I've have seen the powers of the cannabis plant it is the miracle herb, it was on the earth way before the corrupt governments made it illegal.

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NasCarNut

Mar-24-14 12:02 PM

I know who a lot of posters are.

Lol, apparently you don't me, I have no new dog...

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RealityInTheMOV

Mar-24-14 11:59 AM

Tessie, for the love of God, START USING IT!!! ;)

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NasCarNut

Mar-24-14 11:55 AM

You can have up too an oz on you and it's only a ticket.

quit saying this, it's not "just a ticket" you get license suspension, possible probation, referred to counseling, drug conviction and anything else the judges wants to put on you...do you get all that for a speeding or parking ticket??...it's not JUST A TICKET!!...

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JoshBrown

Mar-24-14 11:37 AM

Ohio is very easy going on pot as long as you are not selling it. You can have up too an oz on you and it's only a ticket.

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newworld

Mar-24-14 11:30 AM

Tessie, Why do you say I live in my own little world? I know who a lot of posters are.

Who would support the wording of the Ohio Rights group? All it is is a law to make a commission to make the laws. Who knows what those laws will be and what the price it will cost the people of Ohio. It was set up to fail from the start and it has!

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JoshBrown

Mar-24-14 11:27 AM

Tessie you wouldn't be fibbing would you ? Kind of like " I don't Like Cocaine I just like the smell of it " (the Late Great Rodney Dangerfield)

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Tessie

Mar-24-14 11:07 AM

Newworld appears to be living in his or her own little world.

I can understand the state leader not wanting to come to Washington County. I was planning to be involved in this movement until I was told my name came up among some law enforcement people. BTW, I don't use marijuana but would if it was legal for me to do so by using a vaporizer or as an edible. It would be more effective, cheaper, and allow me to discontinue the use of several prescription medications. Might even make me more pleasant to be around.

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JoshBrown

Mar-24-14 11:05 AM

This is really sad if they legalize it all the Drug lords in Mexico will go out of business.Think about it no more killing of whole towns and shoot outs on the boarders. What will the boarder patrol do with out the extra bribe money ? Think of the poor drug lords families and their workers !

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