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  • TruckerWithaView added a comment

    No matter what anyone’s thoughts on marijuana are, the sad fact is that the war on drugs with the inclusion of marijuana has only made society worse off for it. If my neighbor prefers to smoke pot instead of drink whisky, well I don't care, that's their business and I have no say in what they feel is right for them, that's the way it is supposed to be in a free society. We're filling up prisons, breaking up families, and making felons out of nonviolent people, and creating an environment that fosters violence, that’s the wrong approach. Now that's just my view of marijuana. But the bigger issue here is Hemp; here is a source of new industry that Americans have and yet are missing out the opportunity of taking advantage of it, all because of laws of oppression. This oppression is un-American in its entirety and it’s time Congress got their heads out of the Corporate clouds and let the people do their thing, as they say.