Feds Won’t Prosecute Marijuana Cases: Drug Classes Needed

by Mike Miller November 8, 2013

As a parent I am terrified by the fact that marijuana is so easy to obtain for underage youth. How do you feel?

This is the third in a series of blogs looking at how America’s sentiments have relaxed over the years to the point where marijuana is about to be legal all across the country.

Don’t believe me? How about this – despite 75 years of federal marijuana prosecution, the Justice department announced back in August that states can let people use the drug. They will also allow states to license people to grow marijuana and even allow adults to walk right into the stores and buy it!

That sounds pretty legal to me.

Part of the Fed policy is that you can buy it, you just have to keep it away from children, the Black Market and federal property. You want to talk about a legal nightmare. It is only just beginning.

How can you possibly keep it off the Black Market? This is going to inundate communities with marijuana. How long is it going to be before you see people in your neighborhood smoking pot in their yard? Are marijuana smokers going to light up outside of bars with tobacco smokers? Can any of you see the light at the end of this tunnel?

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