Marijuana Debate - Round Rock, TX

Discuss the national Marijuana debate in Round Rock, TX.

Do you support the legalization of Marijuana?

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Robert Smith

Austin, TX

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Aug 25, 2010
 
Too much money spent to stop a harmless weed. Tax it, regulate it, but stop wasting money on prohibition.
TheMaestro

Lynnwood, WA

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Aug 25, 2010
 
Will remove incentive for crime
bodacious

San Antonio, TX

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Sep 3, 2010
 
Yes, it should be legal. Surely there is a way to have some restrictions put on it for driving etc.
Cheryl

San Antonio, TX

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#4
Sep 3, 2010
 
Of course it will help everyone, even the economy. More jobs, more taxes and lots of good can come from this. Quit wasting our money going after "Criminals" that are just good people.
B.Coleman

College Station, TX

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#5
Sep 4, 2010
 
state could make money on its sales tax
Robert Wright

Dallas, TX

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#6
Sep 8, 2010
 
It has medicinal purposes that are over looked.
Lydia

Austin, TX

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Sep 11, 2010
 
Anybody who thinks it should be illegal should look at history, current events and current university studies (Kings College in London, Harvard University and many more) prohibition NEVER works - it encourages crime, gangs and costs the state billions of dollars
Desi

Austin, TX

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#8
Sep 12, 2010
 
ive never seen a person overdose,prostitute,or kill someon e over a joint.peace and love
erin

Edinburg, TX

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#9
Sep 12, 2010
 
marijuana saves lifes
Ben Thomas

Round Rock, TX

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Oct 29, 2010
 
The Drug War was lost long ago. Legalize it and tax it.
Person

Austin, TX

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#11
Jul 28, 2011
 
It helps relieve stress
boogerman

Round Rock, TX

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#12
Aug 26, 2011
 
Pot is a lot safer than alcohol
Papi

Austin, TX

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Dec 13, 2011
 
Chronic pain relief
synonymous

Round Rock, TX

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Jan 18, 2012
 
I agree with the other people - the US should tax/regulate it instead of wasting money on it.
Russell

Austin, TX

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Jan 19, 2012
 
Alternative to alcohol and less of an impact to society
Will

Belton, TX

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#16
Jun 20, 2012
 
Well Ive been using marijuana for 8 years on and off. It hasnt ever caused a health issue. And I enjoy it from time to time.
Ms.Nobody

Round Rock, TX

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Sep 7, 2012
 
Because there is no good reason not to..
Blazeninda2013

United States

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#19
Jan 16, 2013
 
The USA has wasted tax payers money on doing studies on marijuana smokers. Studies like where they compare smokers from the US to smokers on the islands. Only to find out that people on the islands live longer than people in the US and the crime rate is lower in the islands than the states. Seems to me the government has a hidden agenda on marijuana smokers. They know there is no risk factors, no deaths, no violence that is tied to smoking weed. But the real drugs are sold by the government and their drug dealers ( pharmacist). We have all types of legal drugs that do way more proven damage like cigarettes now they print it on the packs " This will cause cancer " But it's BIG money for the economy...ugh yeah right. This country needs to get their priorities straight.
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Kenny

Round Rock, TX

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Jan 20, 2013
 
Very well said and put together. Because of Chronic pain in my back I have to take some very powerfull pain medication , muscle relaxers , steroid shots, anti-inflamatories & to top it off medication to sleep. I have talked openly with my spine doctor about medical Marijuana. He is for it and likes the bennifits of the herb and the lack of side effects. I would much rather stop putting these powerfull government approved drugs through my body and have an option to put something that ls less severe through my body. But that would really hurt these companies that get us hooked on there approved drugs and we all know just how powerfull they are. Hopefully one day I will be able to choose something that has way more less side effects and will be an option in this State of Texas.
Blazeninda2013 wrote:
The USA has wasted tax payers money on doing studies on marijuana smokers. Studies like where they compare smokers from the US to smokers on the islands. Only to find out that people on the islands live longer than people in the US and the crime rate is lower in the islands than the states. Seems to me the government has a hidden agenda on marijuana smokers. They know there is no risk factors, no deaths, no violence that is tied to smoking weed. But the real drugs are sold by the government and their drug dealers ( pharmacist). We have all types of legal drugs that do way more proven damage like cigarettes now they print it on the packs " This will cause cancer " But it's BIG money for the economy...ugh yeah right. This country needs to get their priorities straight.
Peace One Love!
Nick Carlos

Upland, CA

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#21
May 14, 2013
 
Marijuana had Been on This planet Longer Than any other Drug, Used in the B.C to Build Houses and Clothes by the Chinese. It was called a Medication before Jesus was even born. So lets all Vote in favor of Legalizing Marijuana Because its 10x safer than your alcohol your Vicodin and your "Medication"

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