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Old 06-23-2019, 05:26 PM #1
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What exactly is a Cannabis full de-scheduling bill? Would this be a good thing?

This is being talked about right now.
I am currently clueless on this matter.
Could ya help a brother out here?
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Lemme try:

The linchpin of cannabis’ federal status is its presence on Schedule 1, which is dangerous drugs with a high potential for abuse, no accepted medical use. There are two(?) other, less restrictive schedules, but to de-schedule cannabis would remove it from regulation and control.

What that would do is undercut all arguments for restrictive legislation. It becomes, essentially, just a plant. It would open the door releasing and expunging the records of cannabis-only felons, with or without restitution. It would mean the end of the war on weed, if we pushed it to that, and we could if we’re willing to bring pressure.

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Old 06-23-2019, 06:10 PM #3
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The linchpin of cannabis’ federal status is its presence on Schedule 1, which is dangerous drugs with a high potential for abuse, no accepted medical use. There are two(?) other, less restrictive schedules, but to de-schedule cannabis would remove it from regulation and control.

What that would do is undercut all arguments for restrictive legislation. It becomes, essentially, just a plant. It would open the door releasing and expunging the records of cannabis-only felons, with or without restitution. It would mean the end of the war on weed, if we pushed it to that, and we could if we’re willing to bring pressure.

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Well that is what I thought too!
But there has to be some kind of catch here.....No?
Do you have a link to the bill or other info to look over.

I have said this will never happen, so if this does in fact mean what you say....."I may have a lot of crow to eat!"

And happily so!
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To me the best thing is does is end employment drug testing for weed. Oh plus it stops all these bs raids going on in Cali.
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The talk going on for over a decade that I’ve been following suggests part of the DEA will be folded into the ATF and they will be charged with enforcing lawful mj production and distribution. Illegal shops/farms/entities will still be targeted for raids. “Deschedual” is just the political buzzword. Removal from the schedule 1 list opens up the money for legal transactions, independent studies, employee/employer rights and so on.
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Here ya go Shaggy

I've been interested in learning a little more lately about State and Federal laws.

General info and links for more detailed info. can be found here.

DEAhttps://www.dea.gov/drug-scheduling

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What that would do is undercut all arguments for restrictive legislation. It becomes, essentially, just a plant. It would open the door releasing and expunging the records of cannabis-only felons, with or without restitution. It would mean the end of the war on weed, if we pushed it to that, and we could if we’re willing to bring pressure.

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Well maybe not "just a plant"???

It would seem you need a permit.
Still digging through.
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Well I read the dang thing twice and dont know that I grasped it very well at all??

Will home growing be allowed in all forms, no plant counts ect.?
That would be something there!
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Even the World Health Organization (WHO) is pushing for all countries to deregulate cannabis to the lowest possible status of control.
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Well I read the dang thing twice and dont know that I grasped it very well at all??

Will home growing be allowed in all forms, no plant counts ect.?
That would be something there!

Can't help thinking that were it honestly stated, it could
be a simple and straight forward read...
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