by Duluth News Tribune
November 1, 2011 at 8:30 am in Duluth News Tribune
Prescription painkillers such as OxyContin, Vicodin and methadone contributed to the deaths of nearly 15,000 people in 2008. Continue Reading
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Maybe a social worker can write another article about how MJ is such a harmful drug, yet these prescription pills are no biggie.
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Prescription drugs are killing more and more people and big pharma is still allowed to produce them (and conveniently collect their insurance money when a truck full of pills goes missing) distribute them. At the sametime the Feds continue to ramp up cracking down on MEDICAL marijuana dispensaries in California even though Obama ordered the Feds to back off…
Unfortunately, while the majority of citizens are in favor of legalization for at least medical use, the White house and others in power are unwilling to listen to the majority…but I suppose we shouldn’t be surprised by that.
Bottom line is that ‘they’ continue to tells us that MJ is a dangerous drug that can’t be legal, and yet alcohol, tobacco, prescriptions all kill people and are perfectly legal under certain guidelines.
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Only for the short term. Very soon, all of the really old fashioned arch-conservative depression era oldsters that are against marijuana just for the sake of being against it and because that’s what they were taught, will be dropping like flies. Once they’re dead as Bob Dylan’s career, expect to see some progressive advances concerning marijuana laws.
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You sir are a gentleman and a scholar.
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