Texas weed legal

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Feb 20, 2013
 
Should Texas legalize marijuana and introduce a bill to our congress? It could be taxed and have to money go to schools like Colorado and have better technology and a better education.
Fugazi

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Feb 22, 2013
 
Nope, is a reason it is called dope and not smart. Not that I am opposed to the idea but America in general cannot manage regulation of alcohol nor tobacco very well so would be unable to regulate marijuana either.
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Feb 26, 2013
 
I think we should there areore jarming effect from a cig or beer or shot even than in a joint there is many thing to come from it such as hemp or smokeable inhalant it would boost the ecom. Creating jobs money less crime rate for decrimilized if any thin make beer illegal not weed old ways have changed money jobs lower crime rate all this is proven facts please legalize it
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Feb 26, 2013
 
Are more harming*
Fugazi

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Mar 1, 2013
 
420 friendly wrote:
Are more harming*
Any doctor who is honest will tell the truth that between tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana it is marijuana that is least harmful.
I still do not think any of it should be legal but that is my opinion.
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May 24, 2013
 

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I was the victim of human trafficking between 1998-1999 in the state of Texas. A Black gangbanging couple had forced me into giving them free rides around Arlington and other parts of the Metroplex so that they could sell and distribute cannabis. They had made colossal profits in which they had fueled their gang with more illegal material (guns and drugs). Throughout this time I was not paid anything, I could not change peers, I was under heavy control, my movement was restricted, I was forced to do things, I worked 16 hours/day and 7 days/week, I was exposed to dangers such as loaded guns, thieves, and other gangbangers, I was forced to accept their "killa" so that I would always be in debt, I did not receive any breaks except at the couple's dope clients' driveways, I had food and water restricted for the entire shift, I could not attend/study for my classes at TCJC SE,and I was not allowed to make new friends or look at females either. Fortunately, I am in the process of filing charges against this couple through the Mosaic Family Services. If my case gets accepted then I think pro cannabis advocates in the state of Texas are going to have a hard time making marijuana legal. At least for a long time anyway.
Janedoe

Round Rock, TX

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May 25, 2013
 
ex-Arlington Texan wrote:
I was the victim of human trafficking between 1998-1999 in the state of Texas. A Black gangbanging couple had forced me into giving them free rides around Arlington and other parts of the Metroplex so that they could sell and distribute cannabis. They had made colossal profits in which they had fueled their gang with more illegal material (guns and drugs). Throughout this time I was not paid anything, I could not change peers, I was under heavy control, my movement was restricted, I was forced to do things, I worked 16 hours/day and 7 days/week, I was exposed to dangers such as loaded guns, thieves, and other gangbangers, I was forced to accept their "killa" so that I would always be in debt, I did not receive any breaks except at the couple's dope clients' driveways, I had food and water restricted for the entire shift, I could not attend/study for my classes at TCJC SE,and I was not allowed to make new friends or look at females either. Fortunately, I am in the process of filing charges against this couple through the Mosaic Family Services. If my case gets accepted then I think pro cannabis advocates in the state of Texas are going to have a hard time making marijuana legal. At least for a long time anyway.
hope your case gets accepted. No legal marjuana in Texas everrrrrr!

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