At first I thought it said, “Ginger” Inequality. Wowzers. I’d be interested in knowing if the film industry is going down. I know that my visits to a movie theatre have dropped. Way, way down and I used to go see movies all the time.
Review a list of Senator Rollie Heath II’s legislative voting records.
Sara Conrad’s insight:
Want to know how District 18 (aka Boulder County) state senator Rollie Heath votes? This link will give you all the info. Very interesting how he votes on all issues cannabis/marijuana. Regardless of the fact that Amendment 64 passed by a 3-1 margin, he continues to vote against the wishes of his constituents. He does not respond to emails, he does not explain why he votes the way he does, he just does.
Boulder County Democrats - FAIL. Recall Rollie.
This is a great link for tracking how your representatives vote.
BOULDER — Surveys suggest that growing numbers of Boulder Countys high school students dont think that smoking marijuana poses serious health risks — a trend that concerns Boulder County Public Health officials.
Summary… Alcohol is the most commonly used drug in adolescence, and it is a contributing factor to motor vehicle crashes, homicide, and suicide.6,7 More than three-fourths of students (76.7%) have tried alcohol, and the prevalence of lifetime alcohol use increased by grade level – 85.3% of 12th graders have consumed at least one drink of alcohol. Current alcohol use and binge drinking were also more prevalent among the upper grades – 56.9% of 12th graders had used alcohol in the 30 days preceding the survey, and 44.3% of 11th graders had engaged in binge drinking. Overall prevalence rates for current alcohol use and binge drinking were 48.8% and 32.4%, respectively.
But yet, it’s marijuana that gets all the bad press. Marijuana which is used less than alcohol by high schoolers.
I’d rather have my child using marijuana than alcohol, wouldn’t you?
Yesterday, in a post about some of the weirder aspects of the House-approved marijuana bill, attorney Warren Edson made…
Sara Conrad’s insight:
Way to be Jess. A serving size that doesn’t contain more than 10 milligrams of active THC?? Not going to work for many patients that use medical marijuana/cannabis.
Putting hard working, quality consciencious people out of business is not what Amendment 64 was all about.
We don’t need any .5 nano/ml duid bills, we don’t need any limites on edibles, we don’t need anymore political bullshit.
Make your voice heard.
As a medical marijuana red card holder for the past 3.5 years, my tolerance is off the charts. Limiting portions to 10 mills is going to be cost prohibitive and take away medical marijuana patients access to strong medicine.