Which U.S States Are Voting on Cannabis Legalization in November 2020? Rec & MMJ



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  1. I wish iowa would legalize it, there's alout of drama with underground plants people banking and smoking bomb that don't really deserve it and the nice people that really need the smoke to help with stress and rude people haft to go without also I think some people are messing with people's weed by spraying it with extra pesticides trying to give them heath problems.

  2. Hemp oil can also be used to produce paint, varnish, ink, lubricating oils, and plastic susbstitues. Because 50% of the weight of a mature hemp plant is seeds, hemp could become a significant source for these products. Most hemp-derived products are NONTOXIC, BIODEGRADABLE, and RENEWABLE! Unlike virtually all hemp substitutes, growing hemp requires very little effort and very few resources. Most substitutes for hemp (sisal, kenaf, sugar cane) grow in limited geographical areas and none have the paper/fiber potential of hemp. Hemp can be grown in all 50 states! Unlike many crops, hemp puts little strain on the soil and requires only moderate amounts of fertilizer. Less fertilizer use results in less runoff into waterways and groundwater; therefore, less water pollution.

        Hemp produces more biomass than any plant that can be grown in the U.S. This biomass can be converted to fuel in the form of clean-burning alcohol, or no-sulphur man-made coal. And get this, man made coal made from hemp can actually be carbon negative! Meaning it sequesters more carbon in the production process than it gives off. This is possible due to the fantastic hemp-crete building materials we can make with the leftovers! It is estimated that if hemp was widely grown in the U.S. for fuel/energy, it could supply 100% of all U.S. energy needs! There is no need for the draconian climate solutions promoted by silicon valley and the new world order! The earth supplies all we need; it is our responsibility to decide to use it wisely!

  3. I live in Arkansas and we have medical but not recreational. We was planning on getting recreational on the ballot, but with covid-19 & our governor we could not get enough signatures. Our governor used to be the head of the Dea. I just got my medical card, but the prices seem insane to me. We have daily specials that cost $250 an oz and strains that are not on sale cost $395 an oz. I have never been to a dispensary outside of Arkansas, but I would assume they are not as high as these prices. Anyone that knows prices outside of Arkansas please let me know.. Thanks & Happy Toking.

  4. only the people that watch the news do the polls in oklahoma. the majority of oklahomans do not oppose rec marijuana. the majority of oklahomans dont watch the news regularly let alone go out of there way to go online and do a vote. only the diehard news watchers do those poles thats the only people the pole really acount for.

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