Nine states have marijuana measures on the ballot this November, and chances are good that many will pass — giving pot advocates high hopes that the federal government will eventually lift its nationwide ban.
In five states — Arizona, California, Maine, Massachusetts and Nevada — voters will decide on legalizing the recreational use of marijuana . . .
And marijuana still has a long way to go before it’s accepted on the federal level. Just last week, the Drug Enforcement Administration denied a request to change its classification from Schedule I – the most restrictive class which also includes heroin, LSD and ecstasy – to a category with fewer restrictions.
I first heard about this . . . on the Canadian news. :o
All this proposed social engineering going on under the radar as the the MSM exclusively concentrates on the National Election.
Citizens will be able to be comfortably stoned 24/7 while the government provides them breakfast, lunch, and dinner and our rights will be interpreted as non-existent as the U.S. Supreme Court tears up the Bill of Rights.
I really don’t even have time to comment about it.