Show-Me Weed Dilemma

Per ushe . . . Libertarians don't provide much help in sorting out political conundrums.

For instance . . . 

The current legalization Amendment 3 up is leading OVERWHELMINGLY in the polls but has evoked concerns from advocates who seek even more marijuana access and accommodation.

The crux of the argument . . .

"As more and more states soften their marijuana laws to varying degrees, Amendment 3 provides an interesting consideration: Is an imperfect bill that still gets nonviolent drug offenders out of jail and prevents convicting new ones better than no bill at all?"

Read more via link . . .

Missouri Libertarian Party declines to endorse marijuana legalization initiative

In November, Missouri will vote on Amendment 3, which, if passed, will legalize the recreational possession of marijuana in the state. Currently, 19 states and Washington, D.C. allow recreational pot, with the possibility of more on the ballot this year. But ironically, the Missouri initiative is getting pushback even from otherwise-sympathetic sources.