Colorado marijuana debate heads to ci...

Colorado marijuana debate heads to cities as some move to ban dispe...

There are 9 comments on the Fox 31 KDVR story from Jun 11, 2010, titled Colorado marijuana debate heads to cities as some move to ban dispe.... In it, Fox 31 KDVR reports that:

Colorado's pot debate is headed to the cities. Less than a week after a new law cleared the way for Colorado cities to ban marijuana dispensaries if they wish, some are already moving to ban pot shops.

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Journey Healing Centers

Downey, CA

#1 Jun 11, 2010
Journey Healing Centers has raised concerns over the long-term health risks of legalizing marijuana, and opposes the Medical Marijuana Proposition on the Arizona November 2010 ballot (approved for the ballot by the Arizona Secretary of State on June 1, 2010). " If you have questions, call their Free 24-Hour Hotline to speak with an Addiction Specialist: 1-866-774-5119
medical marijauna

Denver, CO

#3 Jun 17, 2010
journey healing centers why don't you call it what you really are old b astards against pot reffer maddness days are over idoits.

Lexington, NC

#4 Jun 21, 2010
heard on the NEWS that more people are admitted to ERs for prescribed drugs than ar admitted to ER for non-legal drugs

go figure

Colorado Springs, CO

#5 Jun 22, 2010
lol even the AMA agrees that marijuana has more of a medical advantage than it's possible side effects. They have agreed on this since marijuana was made illegal by the government and were blatantly outraged when it did so!

Aurora, CO

#6 Jun 22, 2010
People are going to smoke it regardless if it is legal or not. All these cities are doing is bringing the sale/trade back to the streets. It's only a matter of time before one of the officials kids gets shot over a pot deal gone wrong. Could have had a safe place to go buy it, but mommy and daddy fought against it causing their child to die over something so petty. A step back for humanity.

“The Party Animal”

Since: Aug 08

Location hidden

#7 Jun 22, 2010
I've been smoking mmj since I was 15,broken back for a reason,plus many more ailments,but when pot was for the infirm it was great,but now with all the politians involvement, its not a case for the injured gets treatment,it's on how the ambulance chasing law makers are going to make a quick buck. Hope it does go back underground,prices would go down to a reasonable scale,and the people who need it for thier illnesses would still get it,just like in the old days.Hope these aholes have to go back to standing by the ER doors,again.

Littleton, CO

#8 Jun 25, 2010
Journey stealing centers must be hurting for business to have to attach their advertisements on newspaper articles .. this is the second advertisement from them Ive read today..its businesses like them that will lobby to keep medical or otherwise illegal because they can get court appointed rehab business... Boycott rehab centers that do this.. Especially in some other state that doesn't give a damn about Colorado residents. Just your money. We have plenty of respectable rehab centers in Colorado..WEED ISN'T FOR EVERYBODY BUT Ive NEVER MET ANYBODY THAT COULDN'T QUIT OR NEEDED REHAB. MEDICAL WEED IS LEGAL AND WEED is about to be legal in California so journey rehab needs to find a state where it isn't legal yet[Utah or Arizona] to prey on the court appointed because no one just walks in and says they have a pot addiction.. or I Overdosed on pot brownies..I need rehab......I would not use or refer anyone that attach s adds on news article threads.. really..
sick and tired

Colorado Springs, CO

#9 Jun 27, 2010
How many studies have to be done to prove mmj has more positive than negative effects.These people at the Journey Healing Center have most likely never smoked mmj or suffered from cronic pain to even know first hand what thay are so against.I do know first hand and have never heard of a single person who flipped out and did violent acts because of it and never suffered side effects other than helping the physcal or mental condition for which they were using it for. All the people who are against it should stop and take a better look at the dangers of legal man made drugs and products that they use ever day. As far as i can tale every legal drug we take comes with a warning for side effect worse in most cases then what your taking it for any thing natural most be better than anything man made.Its got to be easier to make available for those who want to use it? Its always been part of are culture billons of dollers have been wasted trying to stop it that could have went to better use.
sick and tired

Colorado Springs, CO

#10 Jun 27, 2010
Guest wrote:
heard on the NEWS that more people are admitted to ERs for prescribed drugs than ar admitted to ER for non-legal drugs
go figure
I was in the ER a few weeks back and there were two ladies there who overdosed on tylenol.There are bad illegal drugs like meth and coke but mmj is not one of them.

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