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This is Not a Prank: Rhode Island Decriminalizes Marijuana - April 1st, 2013

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Congratulations, RI!

Just remember, though -

as far as the federal government is concerned, *any* marijuana consumption renders
you a "prohibited person" with NO 2nd Amendment rights.

So, after you've enjoyed a celebratory spliff, bear in mind there's still work
to be done:


youth rates go up because of laws like this?

What a laugh. I doubt that very much. I very the rates barely go up if anything, and only because they are less cautious about doing it and getting caught is the only reason that numbers go up if anything. It's still yet to be actually proven to be harmful because it's not. There are plenty of studies to prove that

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Prefer Legalization but hey at least some states get it. I told a cop the other day when he was busting some teenager for Pot. I yelled and said "Hey, maybe you should be arresting all those people coming out that Liquor store too!."

Big Pharma + alcohol = 600,000 ? deaths

Per year ... There are no cannabis deaths ... at all. Eugenics ain't just a theory ... eugenics is starting to be really really obvious.

I'm going to start calling beer

and anything with caffeine in it a drug.

It's 4:20 Somewhere

Decriminalization means that holding onto less than an ounce in Rhode Island will be punishable only by a $150 fine. Rhode Island's move makes it the fourteenth state in the nation to do away with criminal penalties for possession of small amounts of marijuana.


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