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understand that. It's frivolous that we have to ask for permission in the first place. What's that old saying about liberty being a "plant of rapid growth once it takes root?"

Once there is a foothold, the amount of seed will be astronomical. My hope is that it (seed) would spread faster than wildfire and there would be nothing they could do about it. There would be dedicated guerilla jonny pot seeds going about the country spreading it everywhere. I know it sounds idealistic, but it's something creative to do while we wait for WWIII and economic collapse..;)

I'm not a fan of regulation, but I have to admit the market in CO. for grower and subsidiary business, is booming in spite of intense regulation. (regs. to the point of having to have a live feed to every at least commercial garden) IDK about personal gardens. Surely not.

A friend tells me that people in CO where he lives anyway, seem more mature (like Amsterdam) and have moved on from the excitement of the forbidden fruit. I think once the masses understood the benefits of hemp products, they'd be mad at govt. for forbidding it for so long.

Think about the industries that are threatened.

Plastics, Paper, Textiles, building materials, Fuels, Lubricants, Food, just to name a few.

It's a worthy cause(imho)even if it gets shot down.