Video: Ron Paul discusses Bill to Repeal Federal Prohibition of Marijuana, Leaving it to States to Regulate
June 22, 2011. Tags: 10th Amendment, Arizona Medical Marijuana, Barney Frank Marijuana Bill, Barney Frank Ron Paul Marijuana bill, Economy, federal prohibition of marijuana, Federalism, Kudlow, marijuana prohibition, Marijuana prohibition repeal, medical marijuana, Ron Paul, Ron Paul Kudlow, Social libertarianism, states rights. Economy, Obama Administration, Politics, Popular Culture, Taxes. Leave a comment.
June 14, 2011. Tags: Arizona Medical Marijuana, AZ MMJ, AZ MMJ Dispensary Lawsuit, DOJ Medical Marijuana Position, DOJ MMJ, Economy, Federalism, Gov Jan Brewer blocks AZ MMJ, Libertarianism, Scottsdale issues dispensary use permits, Scottsdale MMJ, Social libertarianism, states rights. Economy, Healthcare, Obama Administration, Politics, Popular Culture, Taxes. Leave a comment.
AZ MMJ Update: US Atty confirms Brewer, Horne *deliberately* misinterpreted his letter, says they will *NOT* go after patients or state employees, Brewer to file suit anyway
May 27, 2011. Tags: Arizona Medical Marijuana, AZ MMJ, AZ politics, Brewer asks for Federal Judge to issue Declaratory Judgment to end AZ MMJ, Brewer AZ MMJ Suit, Lawsuit to stop AZ MMJ, Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery tries to kill AZ MMJ, Social libertarianism. Healthcare, Politics, Popular Culture, Taxes. Leave a comment.
Update: Prop 203 has passed. All hail the AZ voters! Folks who think this will turn AZ into Cali should really read the Proposition. It was incredibly well written with thoughtful, strong limits to avoid many issues found in CA and CO.
...The final vote also confirmed that Arizona voters did approve a law allowing patients with a recommendation from their doctors to purchase up to 2 1/2 ounces of marijuana every two weeks from non-profit dispensaries. Supporters outnumbered foes by about 4,300 votes.
…The Arizona measure will allow patients with diseases including cancer, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and any other “chronic or debilitating” disease that meets guidelines to buy 2 1/2 ounces of marijuana every two weeks or grow plants.
The patients must get a recommendation from their doctor and register with the Arizona Department of Health Services. The law allows for no more than 124 marijuana dispensaries in the state. After ballots are canvassed Nov. 29, the state has 120 days before the law goes into effect.
Backers of Proposition 203 have argued that thousands of patients faced “a terrible choice” of suffering with a serious or even terminal illness or going to the criminal market for pot. They collected more than 252,000 signatures to put the measure on the ballot _ nearly 100,000 more than required….
…Arizona voters overwhelmingly approved a medical marijuana law in 1996 and 1998, but it never went into effect because of problems with its wording.
…Saturday’s final count was 841,346 in favor of the measure and 837,005 opposed….
November 14, 2010. Tags: AZ Democrats, AZ GOP, AZ libertarian party, AZ Medical Marijuana Passes, AZ passes Prop 203 Medical Marijuana, AZ PROP 203, Fiscal conservatism, medical marijuana, moderate Democrats, prop 203, Social libertarianism. Economy, Healthcare, Politics, Popular Culture. 3 comments.