Monday, 28 February 2011

Washington Legalization Initiative




Well it seems something slid through my eyes just recently, Washington state released the HB1550 bill, which would legalize, tax cannabis just as alcohol and sell it at specific shops, just like liquor. Now I'm not going babble about how legalization would benefit us, that has been talked about a lot, but if it passes it might spark a revolution at how we look at cannabis.

Read more:

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/editorials/2014270472_edit20legal.html

19 comments:

  1. Oh man, this would be the shit. But, of course, federal law>state law. I'm sure it wouldn't last very long, even if it did pass unfortunately. :[

    Fucking Obama :[

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  2. ehhh i'm kind of on the fence with legalization, taxation and regulation of pot. i'd rather see it decriminalized. part of why i feel this way is the cliche of social protest, but also i feel once it is taxed and regulated, it won't be the same anymore.

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  3. Well, alchool is proven to be alot worse to our health than cannabis. But so what ? People just don't care, they don't even assume the word drug to alchool

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  4. Ahh Thank god I don't really get involved in this kind of stuff, too much hassle to deal with!

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  5. I love your blog, I'm totally following!

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  6. people are gonna smoke no matter what, might as well tax it instead of letting dealers and criminals have all the money

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  7. I read about this a few weeks ago! I grew up in Washington, this would be awesome.

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  8. i think legalizing is a good idea, everyone smokes anyways

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  9. Sound's all good but it just another way to tax a would be free product....

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  10. tax it and everything thing else that is sold instead of my income!

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  11. i hope the world will wise up on the canabis thing...

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  12. Tax money is wasted on the drug war.

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  13. Vwey interesting brother thanks

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  14. I hope it works. Man California was such a disappointment.

    Stoners and young people just don't give a shit enough to vote. Idiots.

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  15. ^ that's the problem. most young people yell and shout about change but when they have to do something directly even if it's just going to a voting center then they're nowhere to be found, shame.

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