Marijuana Debate - Little Rock, AR

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Little Rock, AR.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

Little Rock supports
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86
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A TAX PAYER

Rockford, IL

#22 Sep 15, 2010
IT SHOULD BE AVAILABLE TO ANY 21 AND UP JUST LIKE BOOZES, YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO GET A GROWERS LICENSE, AND IT SHOULD BE AVAILABLE TO THOSE WITH A MEDICAL SCRIPT FROM A DOCTOR. THE ONLY REASON THERE IS SUCH A PILL PROBLEM IS IT IS EASIER TO GET PILLS THAN POT? I HAVE LOST TOO MANY PEOPLE TO PILLS AND OTHER HARD DRUGS! AND I HAVE LOST NOBODY TO POT.
simexperience

Little Rock, AR

#23 Sep 15, 2010
Nature's gift for relaxation and rest. Great for lovemaking. There would be more love than hate in this world. Also the Birthrate may increase.
Cason - Res

Whitney, TX

#24 Sep 22, 2010
We have too much Marijuana on the streets now. I see too many people whose lifes and families are destroyed NOW.
steve

Little Rock, AR

#25 Sep 30, 2010
5201 same as brought up already.
Syble Sheppard

Nocona, TX

#26 Oct 1, 2010
Something that grows all over the world must have been put here by God for our use
cleepa

Sherwood, AR

#27 Oct 2, 2010
Cason - Res wrote:
We have too much Marijuana on the streets now. I see too many people whose lifes and families are destroyed NOW.
The only reason lives and families are destroyed are because of the laws not b/c of m.j. P.S. marijuana grows wild in all 50 states it will never be eradicated.
Anonymous

Texarkana, TX

#28 Oct 2, 2010
To stop police harassment. Fear of retaliation for police.
john micheals

Little Rock, AR

#29 Oct 20, 2010
marijuana helps me with depression and it does WAY less damage than alcohol, alcohol kills marijuana doesnt

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#30 Nov 7, 2010
Just treat it like alcohol with an age of 21 to use.
CRASH

United States

#32 Apr 25, 2011
DECRIMINALIZE
daniel w miller

Rison, AR

#33 Apr 26, 2011
As a 63 year old individual I see marijuana as a mild intoxicant that is much less harmful than alcohol or cigarettes. I see no harm in its consumption in the privacy of ones own home. The alcohol and cigarette manufacturers have been lobbying Washington for over 80 years to keep marijuana classified as a dangerous drug. It's time to remove the negative stigma from marijuana and bring it out in the open.
ThomasA

Anniston, AL

#34 Apr 26, 2011
daniel w miller wrote:
As a 63 year old individual I see marijuana as a mild intoxicant that is much less harmful than alcohol or cigarettes. I see no harm in its consumption in the privacy of ones own home. The alcohol and cigarette manufacturers have been lobbying Washington for over 80 years to keep marijuana classified as a dangerous drug. It's time to remove the negative stigma from marijuana and bring it out in the open.
Being a 63 year old person,I hope your are retired with an income or have the financial means to support your lifestyle. Even if MJ were made legal to possess, companies would still declare themselves drug free work zones and fire anyone who fails a random pee test or fails a test at the emergency room after a job injury. The drug related dismissal would be a good conversation topix at family gatherings. No problem if you are already retired, wealthy, or self employed.
pelon

Little Rock, AR

#37 Aug 24, 2011
cause i love 2 gett highh
ThomasA

Gadsden, AL

#38 Aug 28, 2011
pelon wrote:
cause i love 2 gett highh
Your composition shows the results of your current state. If you have a job, be sure to have a future plan when you get picked for a random test.
Oh Tod

Brighton, MA

#39 Aug 28, 2011
Todly

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#40 Aug 30, 2011
Yes
Daniel W Miller

Little Rock, AR

#41 Aug 30, 2011
Marijuana is just a mild to strong recreational substance with no great harm. It's impossible to overdose, unlike alcohol. Although I am now retired,during my working years I would only consume it friday and saturday evenings. This would give my system time to recover before I bagan my work week monday evening. Working for 32 years at a major railroad facility was a responsiblity that I considered as important. Working around millions of dollars of equipment was serious business. I would not change my lifestyle because marijuana allowed me the chance to experience happiness. Something that I never experienced before there was marijuana. Happiness was a wonderful experience that I will never forget.
Elesha Easter

Osceola, AR

#42 Aug 30, 2011
Many people are sick with glucoma, and cancer and marijuana will help ease the pain.
Yeah_ok

United States

#43 Sep 2, 2011
Ok, please stop using the alcohol comparison for legalization. It's stupid. DO keep advocating for the medicinal uses b/c that's how many drugs became legal! If we legalize it, at least it gives the cartels unemployment. The trail-blazing farmers will be screwed, but we need it!
BwahBwah

United States

#44 Sep 9, 2011
Legalize- I just don't want MY TAX dollars going for A SINGLE portion of any MEDICAL CARE for any Marijuana user- SMOKER, Alcohol consumer, OVEReating FATTY, UN-Educated Loser who makes poor lifestyle decisions! So if your "VICE" lands you in a tough predicament, then BY GOLLY rise to the occasion & take care of it!

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