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Undermind:
There are going to be numerous political goings on with our favorite plant and I thought there should be a thread dedicated to it.

Here's an interesting article to start things off:

http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/lists/9-signs-that-pot-legalization-is-coming-soon-20120928#ixzz283avxhAP

emay:

--- Quote from: Undermind on October 01, 2012, 10:45:45 AM ---There are going to be numerous political goings on with our favorite plant and I thought there should be a thread dedicated to it.

Here's an interesting article to start things off:

http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/lists/9-signs-that-pot-legalization-is-coming-soon-20120928#ixzz283avxhAP

--- End quote ---

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Awesome!

mistercharlie:
Yet another reason to continue trying to convince the wife that we need to move to Colorado.

whatapiper:
Looks like Rolling Stone was rolling a few while writing this as Christine Gregoire is current governor of WA not OR, either way she has our back tho. 

runawayjimbo:
Sorry, whatapiper, but it's not polling well in Oregon (you're in Oregon, right?). As RS points out the prospects look much better in CO and WA. Of course, it's too bad that Obama will have no choice but to continue enforcing the federal law. But hey, that's not his fault, his hands are tied.

Also, LOL at the Rolling Stone for citing Barney Frank and Ron Paul's efforts. They must not have gotten the memo that the strongest legalization advocates (along with Dennis Kucinich) will all be out of Congress by 2013. And I'm not sure how Ray Kelly ordering his officers to, you know, actually follow the law is a sign that we're any closer to legalization. That said, I agree with RS that it is inevitable, I just think most of their reasons are pretty stupid.

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