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November 4, 2015

My (too quick) post-election reaction to Ohio marijuana reform efforts

As promised in this prior post, today I have been blogging some more detailed reactions to the big Ohio vote on a controversial marijuana reform initiaitve over at Marijuana Law, Policy & Reform. Here are some of my first few posts (on which I would welcome reactions here or there):

November 4, 2015 at 10:21 AM | Permalink


I am with you on marijuana reform. I am not sure if the voters rejected legalization or the concentration of production in 10 sites only.

The attempt should be made again, without the monopolistic provision. Many downtowns will be revitalized with money now enriching the enemies of the United States.

I demand the funding sources of the anti side. Were they paid off by the Taliban and by the Mexican Drug Carterl?

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | Nov 4, 2015 2:08:07 PM

I object to the monopoly provision •

Posted by: Docile Jim Brady „ the Nemo Me ☺ Impune Lacessit guy in Oregon ‼ | Nov 4, 2015 4:01:39 PM

Ohio Legislators' interest in marijuana legalization is lip-service by do nothings. They are looking around for the next thing to criminalize or, at the very least, to increase penalties for whatever is in the news. The last thing they will do is legalize weed.

Posted by: ? | Nov 4, 2015 9:02:15 PM

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