posted on 11/30/2002 4:40:34 PM PST
The state marijuana laws have resulted in a ``worsening of relations between federal, state and local law enforcement,'' Acting Assistant Attorney General Robert Diegelman wrote the review of the report.
Yup, the feds hate it when the states go out and do something on their own and the feds know they can't do anything about it.
The only problem with the law is the same with a lot of new laws. No set definitions. Ever since the Clinton era, we're too busy arguing over what IS is in the court room. Make the growers become registered and certified with the local county. There, now all the drug warriors will know who they can and cannot touch.
posted on 12/01/2002 4:13:19 AM PST
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posted on 12/02/2002 9:20:19 AM PST
"Data from Hawaii and Oregon also showed that about 75 percent -- and more than 80 percent respectively -- of the physicians' recommendations were for severe pain and conditions associated with muscle spasms,..."
UPI -- 11/30/02
Well, so much for nausea and glaucoma.
Who are the liberals going to sue for multi-millions when habitual marijuana-smoking users develop lung cancer? The government?
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