The “Great Social Experiment” or “Leadership”? - ColoradoPols.com

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(Promoted by Colorado Pols) “This is going to be one of the great social experiments of this century” ~Governor John Hickenlooper   Yesterday’s senate hearing on SB14-177 and SB14

Sara Conrad's insight:

Michael Bowman writes about the standing room only turnout against two terrible proposed bills. SB14-177 and SB14-178 have the potential to turn neighbors into narcs, to destroy families. These proposed bills are terrible and they must not advance.  Great read. I’m voting for candidates that are for Cannabis for health and embrace hemp and recreational marijuana as well and I hope you do too. 


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New Jersey: Gov. Christie Says He Opposes Bill To Legalize Marijuana | Hemp News

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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Wednesday emphasized that he is against any effort to legalize marijuana in the state, weeks after a state senator introduced a bill that would make sale and possession of cannabis legal.

Sara Conrad's insight:

After hearing testimony from a mother who lost her daughter while waiting to get access to medical marijuana, Governor Chris Christie, states, “not on my watch’ - well, my question is, New Jersey, can you shorten his term? Pathetic. This is why people have to vote. Vote #Marijuana Vote #Cannabis Vote the GOP OUT.  #mmot


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Politicians Are Shooting Themselves in the Foot by Opposing Marijuana Legalization

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A majority of Americans support marijuana legalization – yet not one sitting governor or U.S. Senator supports it, according to a New York Times piece.
Marijuana prohibition is a disastrous fail

Sara Conrad's insight:

I’m ready to run for office myself. Enough of these anti-Cannabis people. State Senator Sara Conrad…I like it! #mmot


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Medical marijuana eases some MS symptoms, neurologists report

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There is strong evidence that medical marijuana pills may reduce symptoms of spasticity and pain reported by multiple sclerosis patients, but little proof that smoking pot offers the same benefit, according to new alternative treatment guidelines released by the American Academy of Neurology.

Sara Conrad's insight:

The medical marijuana they tested was in pill form only because the wonderfully, uptight, US regulators wouldn’t allow them to  smoke or vape. I would like to see the results after allowing the MS sufferers to smoke medical marijuana, vape it or used edibles. 


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