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Colorado, Marijuana, and the Failed War on Drugs

Colorado, as we know, has legalized personal possession of marijuana.  It’s an experiment and it may or may not work, but I have a hard time imagining the outcome will be any worse than the outcome of our war on drugs.  As public policy goes, I think Colorado is moving in the right direction.

I’m thinking about this issue morning because of a post from Mano Singham that linked to an interview by Dr. Lester Grinspoon about marijuana that has some amazing quotes.

It’s certainly a good recreational drug—better than alcohol or any other drug  that might be considered recreational. It’s so…free. You don’t have a hangover,  it’s less expensive in the long run, it doesn’t compromise functioning in a way  that alcohol can.

Read more: http://www.mademan.com/dr-lester-grinspoon-on-david-brooks-weed-been-there-done-that/#ixzz2q6rlBzSZ

And this about his personal experience and observation: Read the rest of this entry »

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America IS a Police State: Any questions?

I hadn’t heard about this. I’ll bet most Americans haven’t either.

The obvious question is, how many times each day does this happen in American and an innocent man goes to jail?

PLEASE pass this around. It needs to be part of our national psyche.

http://oneutah.org/2008/08/28/police_brutality_in_denverpolice_brutality_in_denver/

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