Show-Me Southland Kansas City Politico Sparking Missouri Legal Weed Debate

Money line on a topic started by our fave Southland "Big Red" politico as the drug war continues to be lost every day by State's cashing in the growing industry . . . "State Sen. Jason Holsman, D-Kansas City, argued that there are people in Missouri who genuinely benefit from marijuana, as opposed to goofy, glassy-eyed stereotypes like Jeff Spicoli, the affable stoner that actor Sean Penn depicted in the 1982 movie "Fast Times at Ridgemont High."

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The Missouri Senate (briefly) discussed legalizing medical marijuana

CLOSE JEFFERSON CITY - A Missouri Democrat on Tuesday put the state Senate in the unusual position of discussing a medical marijuana legalization proposal that was dead from the get-go. The Senate was discussing a bill that would put certain limits on opioid prescriptions, allow federally recognized entities to collect unused controlled substances and lower the minimum age for certain vaccinations.


  1. Woo hoo Kansas City makes the news again! And for what ? Being inhabited by brutes flakes looms and losers and if that wasn't enough--being represented by them.

  2. Keep watching our money go to Colorado. Weed is easier to find than ever in good ole Kansas City.

  3. What’s worse, opioids or Mary Jane..... hmmmmm, pass me that joint my friend!

  4. Nothing like some tasty buds and a good jack off by Mr. Hand before heading to Taco Bell for some munchies.

  5. tkc migrant worker2/22/18, 3:37 PM

    Greetings from NorCal Mendocino County ! 3 month work tour here & sampling fine California agriculture. Pro tip: dispenseries are rip offs!!! find a cool local grower, oz is 6 sawbucks for mind boggler stuff!!

  6. Legalize it and every other drug. The war on drugs is a failure.


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