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Los Angels has a considerable amount of Medical Marijuana Dispensary's, well over 300 to be more exact. LA's D.A stated that "all of them are running illegally and they will be taking action to close them down". Now if that happens, the hundreds of thousands of dollars that have been put towards taxes through these tax paying co-op's, will now go back to the drug cartels, increasing their funding and power. Does anyone else see it this way?
Edit- very good so far, but QUIZZ, how can you even be a top contributor? Do you realize the DA is the person who puts together and builds these cases against citizens? The DA has a LOT of power in his hands and I am NOT "attacking the messenger." But thanks for your input guy.... let's keep it going. I like to see who is informed...
Edit again- one needs to consider and estimate the actual gross income in taxes these co-op's are providing. This information is available online. 300 dispensary's in ohio alone DEFINITELY has impacted the cartels budget greatly. And no, legit despensarys would never allow that brown dirt mexican garbage in their shop. Lets look at this more realistically...
Agreed. The extortion money the government gets from the drug cartels is much greater than the "taxes" they receive from these medical dispensary's. They government extorts the cartels, the cartels are then "allowed" to do business.
The Law of Unintended Consequences. Every fix creates a new problem. What you have to weigh is whether the new problem could be worse than the old problem. How likely is illegal trafficking going to substantially increase beyond what it already is? Somehow, I doubt that closing a bunch of clinics with very restrictive access is going to double the illegal trafficking that's still going on, anyway. The only way to avoid the Law of Unintended Consequences is to do nothing. Which, of course, fixes NO problems.
It has been alleged that the marijuana in the "Medical" dispensaries comes from Mexico. (It contains pesticides banned in the US). So the cartels are probably already supplying the weed. The only change with prosecution would be on the retail level.
Obama does not deport all and sundry. The USDOJ and the USDI&N are those ending up the deportations below rules that existed long until now Obama. the reason the numbers are up is correlative to the style of illegals crossing the borders. You do have a valid factor so a strategies as his state of no interest to seal the border.
No. The state needs to regulate Marijuana the same way states regulate alcohol, or prescription medications. There would have to be approve locations (like pharmacies) where it could be sold. Production would also have to be regulated. No mom and pop grow operations. Anything else would be improper.
Everyone, including the DA most likely, know this. It's public opinion that forces the hand of the politicians. If we can get the public behind legalization, it will happen.
The law is the law, the DA is not supposed to 'choose' to overlook that. It is not his choice, it is the choice of the lawmakers to define criminal activity, the DA just enforces it. You're attacking the messenger.
I do not agree - people should not buy drugs from dealer's - there are adequate drugs available for medication already available. Marijuana is a bogus medicine.
Excellent point! the war on drugs has failed on every front
Then theyd make even more money prosecuting people.