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From Full Prohibition To Total Legalization|Ohio

From Full Prohibition To Total Legalization|Ohio

Ohio could be the first state to go from full prohibition to full legalization of medical and recreational marijuana. According to post in The Stoners Cookbook, 87% of Ohio Voters Believe Medical Marijuana Should Be Legal   But the amendment to the November ballot is not without pitfalls. Opponents of Responsible Ohio, The PAC that […]

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Cleveland Removes Proverbial Foot from Collective Mouth

Cleveland Removes Proverbial Foot from Collective Mouth

Mayor Frank Jackson this morning, apologized for blaming Tamir Rice for his own murder. He began by apologizing  for the insensitivity of the language used. I think he should be apologizing to the Rice family for killing their 12 year old son. The city of Cleveland, according to the Justice department, has been engaging in […]

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War On Drugs Epic Fail

War On Drugs Epic Fail

Agents probably need a botany lesson. By now it should evident to anyone who has a brain that the war on drugs is nothing but a revenue generator for those in law enforcement and those claiming to be the state.  On February 4th in Tennessee, one 65-year old Columbus, Ohio native found that out on […]

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Jury Nullification Victories

Jury Nullification – An Underused Weapon For All Less than a week apart, the use of Jury Nullification has reigned victorious in two completely victimless crimes. One of the cases was over raw milk in Minnesota and one was over marijuana in New Hampshire.  The topper on the cake for the case in NH was […]

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Ohio To Get FBI Corruption Task Force

The Dispatch is reporting today that the FBI will be setting up shop in Columbus with a corruption task force.  With only five members on the task force I’m doubtful of any positive impact it’ll have.  Plus, the special agent in charge Edward J. Hanko seems to be a pretty pro-inter-agency type of guy so […]

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