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Marijuana issue needs more serious consideration

March 28, 2014

The issue of medical marijuana needs more serious consideration than our governor seems to be giving it....

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zepnbeer1968

Mar-30-14 10:29 AM

There have been enough studies to PROVE it's effectiveness we DO NOT need to spend more money on studies. JUST PASS IT ALLREADY. Not just medical but recreational also to MAKE money NOT SPEND money.

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Urbanstylee

Mar-29-14 9:57 PM

I agree twinkles and randiscott. Acceptance with prescription drugs has gone on to long. A non addictive substance like THC needs to be given a chance. Especially with family's that are fed up with paying the high costs of prescriptions that they can't afford. And most important, if it works....

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randiscott

Mar-29-14 7:22 PM

i also have a family member with epilepsy. People take their healthy children for granted. i say let the people who want to try it to go ahead and experiment with it and you other busy bodies mind your own business

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randiscott

Mar-29-14 7:22 PM

i also have a family member with epilepsy. People take their healthy children for granted. i say let the people who want to try it to go ahead and experiment with it and you other busy bodies mind your own business

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twinkles

Mar-29-14 9:10 AM

Being a mother and watching my daughter deal with epilepsy and daily seizures I say pass it!!! Let us try it. The side effects of her medication mixture is unreal! Her emergency medication is a form of valium and or awhile she had to take it 2 times a day in addition to all her other medications. Let her try it!

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NUinRearView

Mar-28-14 10:22 PM

"Houston, we have a problem!" There are a lot of the misconceptions about legalizing Marijuana. Here in Colorado, it may be state legal, but on a Federal level it is not. So be a mind, people who work for a places that do random drug testing can still fire employees for a dirty test.

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HopeMaria

Mar-28-14 10:19 AM

younosmart - you gonna match that? lol

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yunosmart

Mar-28-14 1:07 AM

Pack it and pass I say.

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