I don’t believe marijuana reform will happen in time to benefit Alex. Prop 19 was an amazing initiative that proved that the country is ready to take cannabis a whole lot more seriously, but without the “yes” votes this year, I don’t imagine the fight will go very far for a while. The U.S. government is already adding to the lies, Continue reading “For Alex, the fight is over”
I just want to add this to my list of information, because too many people still seem to think that if prop 19 passes, they’ll lose their medical marijuana protection. This will not happen. As I recently added to my last post, please read Russ Belville’s analysis of prop 19, and pay special attention to the exceptions noted. The prop 215 protection for medical use remains. If you’re under 21 and need MMJ, you’re still okay. If you’re a cancer patient and need to grow more than a 5×5 area (assuming 215 allowed this), then you are absolutely still safe.
Please stop spreading rumors without actually taking the time to analyze the text!
(UPDATE! Russ of NORML does a much better job of explaining how prop 19 rocks)
I’ve been reading a lot about prop 19, and how various people think it needs to wait another two years to get some refinements. Generally speaking, it’s too strict, and takes away more freedom than it gives. Some of the anti-prop-19 propaganda is below — some is fact, some is exaggerated, and some (I believe) is completely made up: Continue reading “Why prop 19 must not fail”