Sunday, August 29, 2010

Prop 19 in California

As a resident of California, I am excited and glad to see that we have a prop named Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act of 2010 on our ballot this November. As a person who supports the free market, this is a step in the right direction. Heres an article by The Huffington post on why drug cartels fear Prop 19 here.

34 comments:

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  2. Glad to hear that! Decriminalizing cannabis is a thing that should be done everywhere to avoid war like in Mexico and keep population safe and confident in their own neighborhood.

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  3. Slogan for 19 should be "Grow Up"

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  4. Interesting article thanks for the link. I wish more places in the world would consider a "prop 19"

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  5. Vote yes on prop 19! I'm not in Cali though.. :\

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  6. If... nay, WHEN Cannabis becomes legal in California it will be the first domino to fall in a line of many. Much like Cali set the bar for Medical Cannabis, they will do the same for legalization. Go Cali go!!

    Also, followed. =]

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  7. As a fellow Californian, I support prop19!

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  8. As someone who supports prop 19, PROP 19!

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  9. Ahaha, genuinely looking forward to this passing. I'm a new resident to California, and just saying it'd be one heck of a welcoming gift...

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  10. checking out your blog again coming along nicely

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  11. I agree with the person who mentioned the domino effect. If it passes in California, it will pass in many other places too.

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  12. If i was in Cali I would vote yes, but I'm in Australia, so good luck with it, because I fucking love California & weed.

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  13. dang that's awesome, one step closer to near-eliminating the drug war and making a lot o adolescents happy :P

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  14. great post man, help spread the words!

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  15. Prop 19 sounds awesome, but it'll be forever until it's legal in NY =[

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  16. taxing it should give the state a good source of revenue, for which it desperately needs

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  17. I feel the legalization in the US is just a matter of time

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  18. woooot cali
    following you >.<
    return favor ploz?

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  19. finally a step in the right direction

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  20. Hope to see something like this in australia in the next century :/

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  21. I wish I lived in California.
    Awwww...

    (well.. at least - as a German - I got Holland within range)

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