Monthly Archives: August 2010

Reasons Medical Marijuana is bad for Arizona

Here are Seven Reasons to oppose medical marijuana… 1) Most of the marijuana will go to drug abusers; less than 3 percent will go to the seriously ill. 2) Prop 203 will increase teenage marijuana use, and it will hurt … Continue reading

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98% of the pot will go to drug abusers; only 2% to people with serious illness

Proposition 203 is basically dishonest. The ballot says it’s for “terminally or seriously ill patients,” but in other states that passed similar laws, anyone can get pot, and hardly any goes to the seriously ill. In Montana 3 percent of … Continue reading

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More teenagers smoke pot in states with medical marijuana laws

2) Proposition 203 will hit teenagers the hardest. States with medical marijuana laws have far higher rates of teenage marijuana use, and teens who smoke pot regularly do worse in school and in life. Research shows that teenagers who smoke … Continue reading

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Prop 203 will increase the number of fatal car crashes

3) If Prop 203 passes, there will be more DUIs and more fatal auto accidents. The research on stoned driving and the reports from states with medical marijuana laws make it clear, when it comes to driving, marijuana poses all … Continue reading

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The PotDoc Loophole: Prop 203 lets doctors become drug dealers.

    Prop 203 says only licensed physicians can write marijuana recommendations. That sounds good because we assume doctors will only use it to treat genuinely sick people. But instead what happens is a handful of doctors set up practices where … Continue reading

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Prop 203 protects pot-smokers against any consequences for their actions

Prop 203 protects pot-smokers in ways we’d never tolerate for people who abused alcohol or prescription drugs. Prop 203 says marijuana cardholders can’t be prosecuted for DUI based solely on “the presence of metabolites or components of marijuana that appear … Continue reading

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Don’t believe the innocents in prison stories.

The campaign for Prop 203 is called Stop Arresting Patients, and that’s also a ruse. Yes, thousands of people are in prison on marijuana charges, but almost all of them pleaded down from more serious charges, had more serious prior … Continue reading

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Marijuana is actually harmful for glaucoma and other illnesses they’ve been telling us it helps.

Pro-marijuana groups are playing on fears about government, hinting that the FDA is captive to special interests and doesn’t care about regular people.     But it’s not just the FDA that says marijuana isn’t medicine. The American Cancer Society,  The … Continue reading

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