It is strange that MJ so rarely is brought up at the federal level. I think its because big pharma, alcohol, and tobacco industries donates so much money to congress and to lobbyists. They have a lot to lose if everyone could grow their own medicine / recreation.
Follow the money is right.
But i do think the end is near. Once a few more states pass some form of legalization, Washington will take MJ off the Schedule 1 and make it a states rights issue, just like alcohol.
We've got to vote. Once our states give us some legal rights, weve got to let our representatives know how important this is to us, and we have to vote.
Claiming some off the wall party or voting for the third guy in an election isnt going to get us across the finish line.
Work with the party in power and let them know we will support them if they support us.
Oklahoma is a perfect example of Republicans and Christians voting Yes on MJ. We dont need to wait. Call your congressmen. Call your senators. Call the white house.
Or we can stay in the shadows. More risk = more reward.
Legalization will lead to big business taking over unless we are involved in the process of making the laws.
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