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March 10, 2010


Massachusetts has already decriminalized small amounts of cannabis, as a result of a landmark peoples vote. So far no problems, and I don't expect many. A few, yes, but not many. The question now is whether the NH Senate will vote rationally. Governor John Lynch doesn't want any of it - he's vowed to veto any bill legalizing cannabis. Why? His option, his principles... but I doubt he has cats, and if he does I doubt he gives them catnip now and then. Herb free cats and people, that's Gov. Lynch.

I'm very glad and content that I never voted for Gov. J. Lynch... I can't wait to vote against him if he runs again, which considering his general popularity now, he might want to simply resign. Maybe he'll look beyond his own shadows and see the light, one can only hope!

Ironically Gov. Lynch argues, decriminalizing marijuana undermines parents efforts to keep kids off drugs. While at the same time, the governor is pushing to expand availability of the drug - alcohol, and the lottery or "games of chance" and reap more financial gains from tobacco sales.

Well, my reply to Gov. Lynch is: this isn't about kids... this is about adults... and there are many brilliant people out here whose lives are derailed, not by their use of drugs like marijuana, but rather, because of the extraordinarily strict and crippling laws against it's use.

Progress on RDA - Rational Drug Awareness, is always welcome news. Too bad there are governors and other lawmakers who lack basic RDA skills.

214 to 137... Wow! My thank-you to the Representatives who voted Yes...

Get the story from the Concord (NH) Monitor Newspaper here at these links:

March 10, 2010 - "NH House Vote Decriminalizes Pot"

March 11, 2010 - "Marijuana Bill Secures Wide Margin"

1 comment:

  1. Still has to go through the senate, and NH Gov Lynch. Not likely to suceed... Lynch likes the idea that getting tough on marijuana is tough on crime. Does the NH House think they are the CA of the East coast? They're not - which makes this vote quite significant. And historic!

    A 1/4 ounce, got to be kidding. Have 1 beer... "pleasure to serve you", lolZ