Board to discuss medical marijuana di...

Board to discuss medical marijuana dispensaries

There are 7 comments on the Record-Bee story from Mar 5, 2011, titled Board to discuss medical marijuana dispensaries. In it, Record-Bee reports that:

LAKE COUNTY On Tuesday the Lake County Board of Supervisors will hear a request asking for the ban of retail, storefront medical marijuana dispensaries.

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Moses Zapata

United States

#1 Mar 8, 2011
The idea of marijuana dispensaries in Lake County is not agood one. Those that are already open shpuld be SHUT DOWN!
The Supervisors need to become sensitive to the demands of the peopleof Lake County and if they do not, they will be remembered.

United States

#2 Mar 8, 2011
The supervisors shpuld do what the voters told them to do. Not what Melissa Fowler, Kathy Fullton and Bill Brunetti want.

Since: Jul 08

Palm Desert, CA

#3 Mar 8, 2011
Is the "Pot Shop" in Cobb, still open?

San Francisco, CA

#4 Mar 8, 2011
I Toke & I Vote
Just Us

San Francisco, CA

#5 Mar 8, 2011
Good crowd today at the BOS meeting. To bad the chamber of commerce didn't ask any of the businesses if they wanted the dispensaries closed.

Since: Jun 09

Foster City, CA

#6 Mar 9, 2011
It is as simple as wine industry-V-new budding medical marijuana industry.

The fear of people spending money of pot and not wine drives the local chamber of commerce nuts. The Wine Grape Growers Association are driven to drink. High time the Medical Marijuana Dispensaries get involved in the civic groups. Hey, start their own Growers Association.

San Francisco, CA

#7 Mar 9, 2011
After nearly four decades of fueling the U.S. policy of a war on drugs with over a trillion tax dollars and 37 million arrests for nonviolent drug offenses, our confined population has quadrupled making building prisons the fastest growing industry in the United States. More than 2.2 million of our citizens are currently incarcerated and every year we arrest an additional 1.9 million more guaranteeing those prisons will be bursting at their seams. Every year we choose to continue this war will cost U.S. taxpayers another 69 billion dollars. Despite all the lives we have destroyed and all the money so ill spent, today illicit drugs are cheaper, more potent, and far easier to get than they were 35 years ago at the beginning of the war on drugs. Meanwhile, people continue dying in our streets while drug barons and terrorists continue to grow richer than ever before. We would suggest that this scenario must be the very definition of a failed public policy. This madness must cease!

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