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  1. the contradiction of it getting in to young peoples hands is ridiculous. Can we bring up alcohol in that sense too. It’s a closed conversation that we let young people drink and it’s okay. We somewhat advertise to them and to a certain extent what can we do make shitty tasting alcohol/weed?

  2. Fire on the Mountain!!! Yeah Hah!
    No Decriminalization Allows the Continuances of REPUBLICAN Oppression, Whose Sidd R You On Pal? Get away from the Governor's Ear,Ya Jackass!
    Great Job 👍 Governor!
    Pardon Me?

  3. It's an untapped revenue stream that already exists anyway. People are going to do it, and keep doing it, regardless of what legal barriers you put up. If it's legal, we defang the drug dealers and pushers, we force the industry to submit to regulation and oversight. Sunlight is the greatest disinfectant, and having this industry made public and transparent is the right thing to do.

    Legalize it, regulate it, sell it, and tax it. A boon for both the state and small businesses.

  4. Kevin Sabet is an idiot. Marijuana is not an addictive substance. Alcohol is more addictive. Guess that idiot doctor has never seen someone with the shakes. There is zero physically addictive properties to marijuana.

    Next he will say its psychologically addictive. So us watching YouTube videos, trolling facebook, and watching housewives of beverly hills. Should we ban all that as addictive?

  5. Yeah, all we need is marijuana circulating through middle and high schools. It’s already been happening and it’s not even legal yet.
    I am fine with it used for medical reasons and for personal use but what I am concerned about it the unresponsible people that will be using it.

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