Skip to comments.L.A. Approves Plan to Help Cannabis Convicts Open Pot Shops
Posted on 12/07/2017 9:02:11 AM PST by DFG
The Los Angeles City Council has unanimously passed a plan to help people convicted of marijuana crimes open, fund, and staff rent-free pot shops and expunge their convictions.
In a 12-0 vote Wednesday, the Council approved marijuana regulations to go into effect when recreational marijuana becomes legal on Jan. 1, 2018. The measure now goes to Democrat Mayor Eric Garcetti for signing.
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LA is rotten to the core.
Coming up next: The Dillinger National Bank
Gov’t helping felons commit felonies.
It’s still federally illegal, ya know.
LA is asking for trouble.
Next on the leftist agenda? helping returning jihadis set up *slamic bookstores?
Like giving bank robbers the combination to the safe. Absolutely moronic. Absolutely California.
Why not, doooooood
Whats next, sex offenders opening preschools.
The handwriting of a quiet rebellion in favor of the 10th Amendment is on the wall.
Don’t know where to begin with this. Dope dealing cons tossed in the slammer get their own state funded businesses dealing dope for the state? Probably the same head honchos funneling and playing =both sides. Saw some of this on a small scale back in the 80’s and 70’s. The BIG dealers went “legit” and the bad boys went to prison. Now those “legits’ are inside the state of California making laws and rules and have the ...eh this is sick./
Why, they committed immoral acts against a plant.
This fig leaf was never going to last.
Today’s classic example of the insanity brought on by liberalism.
Just when one thinks they can’t do anything worse than the day before, they manage to exceed their worst. Quite amazing.
Liberalism destroys everything it touches.....EVERYTHING. It is the BORG.
Actually though this is doctrinally offensive to modern conservatives, America would have reason to rejoice if modern liberals did no worse. This is a rebellion against an old usurpation of the 10th Amendment. I’d happily pardon hippies their pot to get a society less bent on muffling public expression of gospel.
The worst part isn’t the drug liberalization. It’s the idea that to let something be free it must be subsidized. But again think back to slavery and the ill fated proposal of 40 acres and a mule. It was a way of trying to make better what the government had made wrong.
America has been made so much next to helpless on crutches that it’s forgotten the Big Cheese of heaven.
if you understand the constitution you would know the feds have no say over drugs grown and sold instate.
Now we see the beginnings of reversal - CA is actually switching sides in the "drug war". They're recruiting a labor pool, drawing on skills and connections from their former enemies!
IT’s not so much the money, as it’s a majority of citizens have partaken of it, and no longer believe the lies about it.
Expunge their convictions so they can vote.
Will they again be able to acquire firearms?