Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Fight For Weed Rights In Kansas Cont'd

The Sunflower State is exceptionally hostile toward marijuana law reform but these activists are hoping to change perceptions and reality of the losing drug war along with the potential of the nation's favorite cash crop. Read more:

Cannabis Activism in Pot-Hostile States: Kansas and Oklahoma Are Fighting the Good Fight - News | MERRY JANE

2018 could be another historic year for the cannabis legalization movement in the United States. Nine states have implemented recreational, adult-use legalization, and at least 29 states and the District of Columbia boast some form of a legal medical marijuana program - with several more states expected to vote on legalization later this year.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Meth will always be the drug of choice in rural Kansas. Lawrence and Manhattan prefer to smoke pole rather than pot, as most of their residents are homosexuals.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^Loser

Anonymous said...

Kansas will be the last state to legalize it. Every neighboring state will be cashing in before these bible beatin' jerkoffs decide to get off the fence.

Anonymous said...

You are talking about a state that did not even have liquor by the drink until several decades after prohibition ended. I expect pot wont be legal until 2176.

Anonymous said...

Rubes in Kansas. Hilarious!

Anonymous said...

it is a pity that KS wants to turn people who are in pain into constipated opioid addicts.

Anonymous said...

all KS lawmakers should go on opioids for 3 weeks, subsequently pull the shit out of their ass with their fingers, and get back to us.

Anonymous said...

inhumane twats Ks lawmakers, actually they should put their wives or kids on opioids and pull their shit out with their fingers. My cousin had to have her husband do that after 3 years of chemo, getting half her stomach removed, and opioids. Then she died.

Anonymous said...

They just recently learned that vinegar and garlic powder is not an acceptable field test formula. Now they are going to have to go back and legalize ice tea.