Pennsylvania residents will rally in Harrisburg for marijuana legalization. Allentown – Residents of the Keystone State will gather in Harrisburg on January 23, 2018 to speak with legislators about legalizing marijuana in an event co-sponsored by local NORML chapters, the ACLU-PA and the Keystone Cannabis Coalition. A press conference is planned at 10:00 a.m. that will feature elected officials, advocates, medical marijuana patients and cannabis consumers. The Vermont legislature recently passed a bill to legalize marijuana possession and home cultivation. According to current data, Pennsylvania police are arresting 49 people, every single day, for less than 30 grams of cannabis. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced a change in posture at the Department of Justice towards regulated cannabis on January 4, 2018, the same week that Pa. medical cannabis providers were approved to begin growing. The following week Rep. Dwight Evans became the first member of Congress in the area to cosponsor HR 1227, the Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act. Rep. Mike Doyle and Rep. Brendan Boyle also signed on to a letter with 70 members of Congress rebuking Sessions for his new cannabis posture. Pennsylvania now joins just a handful of states with active marijuana reform at all levels with decriminalization ordinances underway in Erie and Easton, a thriving hemp program, a nascent medical cannabis program, and now members of our Congressional delegation involved with national efforts. While the January 23 Pennsylvania Marijuana Lobby Day was planned months ago, the new move by the Trump administration has added a new energy.
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Anyone know the comedian who did the parody of Aunt Bea of Mayberry talking about seeds in her marijuana
Anonymous CowardUser ID: 537220 United States01/15/2009 11:38 AMReport Abusive PostReport Copyright ViolationAnyone know the comedian who did the parody of Aunt Bea of Mayberry talking about seeds in her marijuana. Anonymous CowardUser ID: 537220 United States01/15/2009 11:46 AMReport Abusive PostReport Copyright ViolationRe: Anyone know the comedian who did the parody of Aunt Bea of Mayberry talking about seeds in her marijuana. Anonymous CowardUser ID: 537220 United States01/15/2009 12:00 PMReport Abusive PostReport Copyright ViolationRe: Anyone know the comedian who did the parody of Aunt Bea of Mayberry talking about seeds in her marijuana. Anonymous CowardUser ID: 590052 United States01/15/2009 12:23 PMReport Abusive PostReport Copyright ViolationRe: Anyone know the comedian who did the parody of Aunt Bea of Mayberry talking about seeds in her marijuanaI think it was on the original Saturday night live show, and those episodes are hard to find now. In the meantime you can also show H.R. Pufnstuf to your class. This is why our parents are so messed up, growing up in that generation. Watch Wickeepoo smoke on her saxophone shaped bong, and get everyone high. 8:04.Anonymous CowardUser ID: 590052 United States01/15/2009 12:29 PMReport Abusive PostReport Copyright ViolationRe: Anyone know the comedian who did the parody of Aunt Bea of Mayberry talking about seeds in her marijuanaMayberry 1982. Johnny Ringo User ID: 980721 United States05/25/2010 03:03 AMReport Abusive PostReport Copyright ViolationRe: Anyone know the comedian who did the parody of Aunt Bea of Mayberry talking about seeds in her marijuanaAunt Bea is HOT! That lucky Andie and Opie.
California Voted No on Legalizing Marijuana
Just like the main character in Pineapple Express who says that if marijuana isn’t legalized soon he’ll have lost all faith in humanity, a lot of people around the world lost their temporary faith in humanity as prop 19 wasn’t passed. 1) Alcohol can be a nice thing at a party, so can marijuana and both should be legal for adults to choose. 2) Alcohol can lead to heightening of positive experiences of food, music, comedy, sex et cetera, ease and heighten anxiety, violence, temporary memory loss, falling down due to loss of a sense of balance, crashing cars, throwing up, hangover, dehydration, stupidity, regretful actions due to loss of a sense of social taboos/boundaries, pain killing and permanent liver damage. 3) Marijuana can lead to heightening of positive experiences of food, music, comedy, sex et cetera, ease and heighten anxiety, temporary memory loss, confusion, stupidity, revelations, pain killing and a sense of time slowing down. 4) People under the age of 20 can suffer permanent brain/psychological damage from over-consumption of alcohol and marijuana. 5) Using illegal drugs gets people in contact with other illegal drugs because they get in contact with illegal drug dealers. 7) All abuse is by definition bad, be it sugar, alcohol, marijuana, training or heroin. People who can’t control their food consumption are the most costly group of people in society in terms of medic care. In principle, if people had had a sense of working together towards a common goal on the planet, all usage of anything would have been a personal choice and accepted as long as nobody gets hurt. Here’s a declaration of freedom of use of marijuana, LSD, MDMA from Canada.