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Now focused California residents voted down or not a measure to legalized -- telephone can you believe that they said no don't legalize -- California.
Now the Obama administration says marijuana does not have any medicinal purposes.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- those two points to seem to be to be big hits against legalization of marijuana you'll organization which teaches.
How to grow it to market its.
You taken a hit.
Well frankly states are taking a hit this is -- states rights issue and the federal government seems to want.
Our states who are already heavily burdened.
To take on the responsibility of a failed prohibition policy a very costly one were approaching forty years of a failed drug war.
And we would have the State's pair 98 cents of that didn't you when -- -- just simply want their rights to regulate itself but -- you think that -- off.
I wouldn't you think the Obama administration of all administrations.
Would would see a medicinal value of marijuana I mean.
-- -- -- Well it seems -- announced quite the right question which is why we're working towards -- coalition for Canada's policy reform in 2012.
However back to the Obama administration.
You know the Department of Health and Human Services would disagree they've held a couple of patents on all the antioxidant and -- protective qualities of candidates.
The reality is that DEA is continuing to criminalize the plant while the pharmaceutical companies struggle and fight to create the pill as fast as they possibly can and I'm -- this -- about jobs as I -- Look I see appointment it it just seems to me like -- -- struggling uphill when I thought you'd be coasting home but I got one more issue for you wanna ask you about these Chrysler Wilkens.
Who will caught on videotape I think you've seen it there was smoking pot on the job for the way to walk and during their lunch break.
Not you wouldn't recommend -- now which.
No not at all and in fact many of these rules are in place in employment to keep people safe the -- themselves while they're on her job.
And also the public around them so it's important whether it be candidates.
Alcohol or any of these prescription drugs if someone is under the influence where -- could affect safety.
They should be held accountable for this and this is part of why we need to regulate and take these types of things out of the hands of criminals and put it into the hands of regulated folks.
But I think this does a lot of public condemnation.
About locusts who they see on videotape doing this -- I think -- another hit for you guys in the pro legalization segment I think you NAFTA agreement.
Only if it's framed that way I I disagree it really depends -- on how we frame this issue because they were also drinking on the job and drinking is legal.
We really have to take this issue as an adult issue stop putting people in prison and start educating them.
And frankly they should be held accountable if they were drinking on the job just as much as if they were using candidates are using prescription drugs that would -- other people in danger.
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It was a -- that issues with -- but taking you hear what it means did you realize that no I was an accidental double won't own it was upon the the double on Sandra I didn't realize it's gonna make sure -- on use surprise and you Tracy if it.
It's get that -- was very deadly that that -- -- still on camera but she's laughing at -- double onto yeah.
I think I might have been up and look.
Aren't you surprised that in California.
They say no to legalization.
And the Obama administration says -- note is no medicinal value to it does show Q.
No absolutely and I mean nothing -- the dollars and cents of it the tax revenue alone could help solve our Verizon cents a via a -- -- -- --
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