Support HJR 6 for legal cannabis in ohio

Support HJR 6 for legal cannabis in ohio

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Green man

Hamilton, OH

#1 May 10, 2013
Call your state rep so we can get the chance to vote for legal cannabis in November.

Lewistown, OH

#2 May 11, 2013
Support Marijuana reform in the state of OH in 2013! We can make this a reality through communication, education and solidarity. Connect with some of these groups to see how you can help the cause!

Representative Robert F. Hagan (D-Youngstown) has introduced legislation to put the question of legalizing marijuana on the state ballot. House Joint Resolution 6 asks voters to approve whether to allow people 21 or older to purchase and consume marijuana. Under this proposal, retail sales of marijuana would be limited to state-licensed establishments and would be subject to a 15 percent excise tax.

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Legalize Ohio:


Medical Marijuana Ohio:

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Medical Marijuana Dayton Ohio:

Connect to this group to communicate and stay informed on Ohio marijuana reform and activism specific to the Dayton, OH area.

The Twisted Chameleon:

The Twisted Chameleon is a blog dedicated to "alternative lifestyles and philosophy." It also covers US and Ohio Marijuana reform, as it is based out of Dayton, OH.

Marijuana Legalization is on longer a dream, it is right at our finger tips!!!! Everyone has a voice and EVERYONE can make a difference!
The Duke of Hazard

Bryan, OH

#3 May 12, 2013, like, if only you can get them up off of the couch and away from the TV to get up and go outside and then go and vote...SSSS.
The Old Cold Warrior

Bryan, OH

#4 May 12, 2013
SSSS...I don't and won't give a shit or miss cannabis...but I will still like to smoke pot a lot...SSSS. Oh, I ran out of booze, drugs and money...where are my friends and honeys? Like ya know, where did they all go? What the heck? What happened to my paycheck? Oh, my achin' head! My wallet is as empty as my refrigerator and bed!
The Hack Checker

Bryan, OH

#5 May 12, 2013
SSSSSSSSSSSS...what? This shit is boring. Where are the naked woman pictures? SSSSSSSSSSSS...I gotta go get some Cheese Curls...SSSSSS...

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#6 May 12, 2013
What's all the S's about Leon? Your shit?

Fairborn, OH

#7 May 24, 2013
you're high right now aren't you harveballs?

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#8 May 26, 2013
Reason wrote:
you're high right now aren't you harveballs?
You can't pass a drug test, even if the answers were given to you!

Columbus, OH

#9 Jun 16, 2013
I'm writing to urge your support for House Joint Resolution 6, which would allow Ohioans to vote on regulating the adult consumption of marijuana.
Never in modern history has there existed greater public support for ending the nation's nearly century-long experiment with marijuana prohibition and replacing it with regulation. The historic votes on Election Day in Colorado and Washington - where, for the first time ever, a majority of voters decided at the ballot box to abolish cannabis prohibition - underscore this political reality.
The ongoing enforcement of cannabis prohibition financially burdens taxpayers, encroaches upon civil liberties, engenders disrespect for the law, impedes legitimate scientific research into the plant's medicinal properties, and disproportionately impacts communities of color. Furthermore, the criminalization of cannabis simply doesn't work.
Despite more than 70 years of federal marijuana prohibition, Americans' consumption of and demand for cannabis is here to stay. It is time for state lawmakers to acknowledge this reality. It is time to stop ceding control of the marijuana market to untaxed criminal enterprises and it is time for lawmakers to impose common-sense regulations governing cannabis' personal use by adults and licensing its production. A pragmatic regulatory framework that allows for limited, licensed production and sale of cannabis to adults - but restricts use among young people - best reduces the risks associated with its use or abuse.
I encourage you to support House Joint Resolution 6 and let the Ohio voters decide if it is time to regulate marijuana.
Scott Hill
State Representative Brian Hill
97th House District
Dear Scott,
Thank you for your recent e-mail regarding House Joint Resolution 6, which would put on the ballot the issue of legalizing marijuana here in Ohio. One of my favorite aspects of this job is the amount of feedback I receive when issues like this are proposed by my colleagues. Since its introduction by Representative Robert Hagan, I have heard from many on both sides of the marijuana topic.
I have always been opposed to the legalization of marijuana, and remain that way now. For those who claim that medicinal marijuana helps to ease their pain and better certain symptoms they suffer from, there already exists on the legal market synthetic forms of marijuana. Legalizing cannabis in Ohio will only open the door to a world of problems that all stem from drug use: crime, introduction to other (more dangerous) drugs, and increased dependence to other drugs just to name a few. I realize that this legislation would leave it up to the citizens of Ohio to decide whether or not to legalize the drug. While I believe in the democratic system, I was elected and sent to Columbus to vote for the great people of the 97th House District on matters like this, no matter the polarizing effects they have on society. Should we, the General Assembly, vote the way the people donít like, they can always put it up for a referendum vote and overturn our decision.
I will continue to research the issue and learn everything that I can to cast an informed vote. However, with the drug problem that already exists in and around Muskingum and Guernsey counties, I donít see at this time how legalizing marijuana use would help in any way.
I am proud to represent you in Columbus, and my goal is to achieve those things that are best for our district, and for our state. Thank you again for taking time out of your day to write me regarding this issue.
Have a nice day,
Brian D. Hill
State Representative
97th House District
The Duke of Hazard

Oxford, OH

#10 Jun 16, 2013
They could send letters. Ha, ha, ha, already so damned lazy and dumb that they text and tweet with their thumbs, not literate or articulate or wise, at least not enough to write real sentences that they properly capitalize.
Dumbass Dimuhcrat

Oxford, OH

#11 Jun 16, 2013
SSSSSSSS...just remind me of when it's time to vote for Dimuhcrats...SSSSS...Well, maybe you'd better come and pick me up and take me to vote...SSSS...and go get something to eat...SSSS...Nah, I really don't give a shit...SSSS...but I know who's gonna give me benefits...SSSSS...and it's too much of a hassle and it hurts to work...SSSSSS...unlike these bitches who get the riches...SSSSS...and get their booze and drugs and hugs for free...SSSSS...from guys like me. Whut wuz this shit about anyway? You got some cash or a stash?

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