Marijuana Debate - Little Rock, AR

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Since: May 11

Little Rock, AR

#68 May 4, 2012
gnatman wrote:
<quoted text>That "Zero Tolerance" policy is likely due to the fact that it is currently illegal.

I suspect that a company would have a difficult time firing someone who was using a legal substance on their own time at home.
Wrong, since there is no way to test a person to see if they are under the influence of marijuana, it will become a "safety issue".
The Radio Star

United States

#69 May 4, 2012
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ThomasA

Gadsden, AL

#70 May 4, 2012
gnatman wrote:
<quoted text>
That "Zero Tolerance" policy is likely due to the fact that it is currently illegal.
I suspect that a company would have a difficult time firing someone who was using a legal substance on their own time at home.
WRONG!!! Companies will still have the right to be a drug free work zone. You will be tested before hiring in,if your background is free and clear of any prior drug arrests. You will be given written rules explaining those rules. You will go through a briefing explaning the rules and you will sign a paper saying you understand what has been presented. So if you are stupid enough to still engage in MJ use and have it in your system,on company time,on company premises,,expect to be caught in a random test and take what's coming to you. There are plenty of clean people out there waiting on your job.
smokem777

Denton, TX

#72 May 11, 2012
Can somebody please tell me where to find good bud at in little Rock??? I'm stuck here for a week without any :(
ThomasA

Gadsden, AL

#73 May 12, 2012
MyOpinion68 wrote:
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Wrong, since there is no way to test a person to see if they are under the influence of marijuana, it will become a "safety issue".
Employers are required to carry workman's comp insurance on their employees. The insurance carrier requires the testing to comply with their "drug free workzone " rules. If companies won't allow testing and allow known stoners to be on the premises,the carriers won't write the policy OR carry a rate so high,the small companies can't afford it. We're not talking medical use here. If you're using for medical use you would be on medical leave and not on the job. By the time the doctor releases you to come back to work,you have time to clear your system or get fired when you return. If our lawmakers even think about legalizing for recreation use,they will have to get in the insurance business or drop laws requiring companies to carry overpriced coverage. What comes then is if you get injured at work, all you leave with is your last paycheck just as it was many years ago. I don't think the majority of the workers want to go back to those conditions.
Roger

Phoenix, AZ

#74 Feb 14, 2013
Relieves my pain
KevT

Little Rock, AR

#75 Apr 4, 2013
Jakeeeeee420 wrote:
Crack is whack but weed i need!!
Lookin around the rock if anyone wants to hook a patient up, let me know ;)
KevT

Little Rock, AR

#76 Apr 4, 2013
smokem777 wrote:
Can somebody please tell me where to find good bud at in little Rock??? I'm stuck here for a week without any :(
Hollar at me too!
maria

Little Rock, AR

#77 Aug 1, 2013
because it cure a lot of illness
Sneek Blee

Oklahoma City, OK

#78 Aug 7, 2013
The guy siting at home smoking a joint and watching tv is no threat to me. It does, however, become a problem when the government puts him in jail and makes me, the taxpayer, pay for his incarceration and welfare due to them now haveing a criminal record and can't get a job....or even worse, taking away a kids scholarship because they were caught with organic plant matter in their pocket.
Kenneth Gilbert jr

Murfreesboro, AR

#79 Aug 7, 2013
Yes I have chronic knee pain an pain pills don't work
lilwhoddie

Little Rock, AR

#80 Aug 8, 2013
Yes, because my mother nerves are dying in her legs and she's in alot of pain all day everyday and I heard the it helps with pain
That guy

Brooklyn, NY

#81 Aug 13, 2013
Curry wrote:
1. More Dangerous to Operate Equipment than alcohol; ie autos, forklifts, ladders
2. Narrows the bodys blood passageways and shrinks cells, slows response time as neurotransmitters of the brain are KILLED are do not repair themselves, causing Long Term unnatural brain function from the Normal Human Anatomy
3. Laws created to protect from hurting ourselves and others-there are victims to MJ
4. Rights of What to do with our bodies; Tattoos and Piercings should be illegal as the Ink is harmful and Infections are not Shared to the Public as the graphic and disturbing nature of bodys changes would 'scare too many'. Tylenol on the shelf is a pain reliever which alters the stomach lining and is safer than MJ, but some Sue in courts when they overuse or mix the product incorrectly with alcohol or other pharms.
5. Criminals will find a scam or market to work in the underground without traces. Buy any concert tickets or copied music lately?
6. Why enter cases to ammend Public Safety measures, as if someone is in possession and informs Judiciary of need for Pain Relief without venue to harm others, the measures "were created to be different", public wanted to change that and voted on NO EXCEPTIONS policys without knowledge of the facts. Should this be returned to previous consideration being the key or cheer on the Fun-seeking thrilljoys who Party to Forget and enjoy playing goofballs. Relaxation in other ways is possible yet they would have to work on it harder. Maybe Police Departments should spend more time in Training and Reteaching the Compliance Codes instead of Rhethoric through rumor-mills.
7. Tax structure would require complete ammendment to pharmaceuticals and water rights being good or bad as studies of brain function differences proven that MJ cannot be considered in the same classification as Multi-Vitamins and Mineral Sales. Would you choose to place it with toilet tissue as from trees, so that it could be taxed? Tissue would prevent disease and MJ slows down cells, therefore you could not.
8. Not in the same category as Medicine as it will not Cure anything!
Quit being such a whiney little sh*t. Tattoos should be illegal? Your comment isn't even worth going over twice. F*ck off and die you Debbie Downer

Since: Aug 13

Maumelle, AR

#82 Aug 22, 2013
Looking for a hook up for weed & possible other things. Please message if you can help. Just moved here & haven't met any contacts.
Donald Patrick

Little Rock, AR

#83 May 16, 2014
I think Marijuana is one of the best things that could happen for Arkansas and it's taxes.
Dustin

Little Rock, AR

#84 May 19, 2014
I am BId and I smoke to calm me down.
Sean east

Nashville, TN

#85 Jul 19, 2014
Cause it's stupid not to legalize

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