Here’s a story from Canyon County that illustrates why some states are considering ending the practice of arresting and locking up people who have a drug dependency issue.
81.9 percent of Idahoans surveyed agreed that the state “should spend more money on finding effective education and treatment programs so that first time criminals leave and prison don’t commit new crimes.”
The carceral and financial implications of the sudden return to marijuana prohibition in Eastern and Southern Oregon are far too great for Oregon to ever agree to the Greater Idaho proposal.
It’s the last category we have to quibble with. Listed in their “Fully Illegal” category are Idaho, Kansas, Nebraska, and American Samoa.
Three young marijuana consumers were booked in the same “miserable” jail as Ammon Bundy. They, too, deserve a right to a fair trial.
It looks like Sen. C. Scott Grow’s idea to ban marijuana legalization in the state constitution is being attempted in Tennessee.
Gov. Pete Ricketts of Nebraska has gone viral for stating that, “if you legalize marijuana, you’re going to kill your kids.”
In US markets, Mexican marijuana has largely been supplanted by domestic-produced marijuana. CBP marijuana seizures along the SWB have decreased more than 81 percent since 2013
It’s always amazing to us the chutzpah it takes to craft initiative laws like Montana’s and then complain that petitioners had to raise money to be able to accomplish that!
Maybe we should be flattered that our design work is so compelling that prohibitionists not only steal it, they don’t even bother to change the legend headings that actually paints Idaho in a negative light to most people.