It's Newport, Kentucky -- NOT Newport, Ohio. Newport KY is literally a bridge away from Cincinnati.
You can not just tweek a constitutional amendment to fix it later.
Monopolies of any kind are not good.
Legalization will happen.
3 is the WRONG way.
That bs Jimmy , their aloud to add 1 more farm after 4 years. If the 10 farms couldn't keep up with demand. So then they be an 11 farm monopoly. Also because of the limitations on amounts 8 oz . The home grow is impractical because of cost. The responsibleohio plan is the only plan in the country that won't let you get a doctors prescription to grow and posses more than 8 oz. I guess the folks at responsibleohio know more about your medical needs than your doctor.
No matter the snapshot of numbers -- the results are always the same......it adds up to heartburn and heartache -- in the grinding gridiron game.
Voted no today for issue 3. I was the first one in my county to vote.
YES ON 3 ! RO is the ONLY group anywhere close to raising the funding and 800,000 signatures needed for a ballot campaign. Vote no and it will be many years until legal cannabis comes to ohio. Responsible Ohioans For Cannabis has stated that we can amend RO's plan next year to allow for small business, etc. Vote yes now and end the criminality of weed and give sick and dying patients access to their medicine.
A temporary monopoly is far better than prohibition.
Anyone or any business that is against legal cannabis is a fool. No one has ever died in history from cannabis yet alcohol kills thousands. Businesses already drug test for cannabis and businesses in legal states like Colorado still drug test. Legalization does not force businesses to accept cannabis users (yet they should).
Colorado police and military are reporting a constant decline in DUI's, violent crime, domestic abuse, youth drug use, and hard drug use like heroin. And they are collecting $60+ million a year in taxes for their schools, etc. It is a win-win for everyone.
Is the event at the Cleveland Institute of Music tonight or tomorrow? It says Wednesday October 6, but today is Tuesday the 6th. Thank you.
Newport is in Kentucky, not Ohio.
What many seem to forget is that you will be allowed to grow for personal use. Also they will be able to add locations and expand the number of people behind the facilities which are authorized to suplly the dispensaries. This means that if everyones fear of lack of competition resulting in inferior and medically useless product comes to a reallity, not only can patients choose to grow whatever strain helps their issues best, but more farms can be set up to increase the diversity of product and bring in more competition. Also instead of someone else having to spend insane amounts of money to get the legalization issue close to the ballot, we will be able to vote to reform and reword the issue next year.
If only there were a provision to grow yourself. Then the anti Oligopoly folks could enjoy the freedom of marijuana while subverting the "rich jerks" who made it possible.
Man, if only he'd snapped the picture ten seconds earlier he'd have caught the play clock at 13.
Renovate it into lofts!
With gun violence, gangs, domestic abuse, drive bye shooting, dead babies, political corruption,, bribes, and the list goes on and on....time to free-up time and money for our law and order system to do their job, free up space in our prisons, free up peoples lives to get a job, provide medication to those that need it, hunker down of drunk drivers, minimize the black market drug trade, give addicts an option or treatment to our terrible heroin problem, not to mention prescription drug abuse, etc.
Oh for Gods sake Legalize it - all of it - should have been done years ago! Let's devote our precious time to things that really matters to make us safe and secure. No need to be SlowHiO this time. 3 perfect? - hardly but it's a start. Regardless, always be responsible. YES on 3 - NO on 2 boo.
NEOMG is a brat pack of barely literate media hacks ......bringing in the Dark Knight may mean a heavier emphasis on bloggers scooting around the area in search of real-time click bait -- along with their family members being assigned voluntary-mandatory editorial duties.
Mr Denihan if you so against monopolies start by breaking up the current ones such as power companies, utility companies, cable companies, and the private prison system monopolies which our republican politicians are heavily invested in. Pitching tantrums like a spoiled child is a sure way to get your but kicked in November. Thank god for idiots like you that only solidify our legalization effort. VOTE YES ON 3, NO on two.
Mr Denihan, If you are so against monopolies then start by breaking the current once in Ohio such as power companies cable companies, utility companies, or even the private prison monopoly which our republican politicians are heavily invested in. Reaping the word monopoly like a child's tantrum is a sure way to get your but kicked in November. Thank god for idiots like this that solidify the legalization effort. YES ON 3, NO ON TWO.
Well it's not rocket science...Keep it simple and do a good job...
First post hits the nail on the head. Tremont is a "food desert?!?" This a gross misuse of grant money intended for poor, urban areas.
A single-payer system is the most logical -- which has proved puzzling to career politicians over countless decades; since it would mean a hefty loss in re-election funds from a segment of Beltway lobbyists.....who would be marching to the unemployment line.
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