1. Trump will pass the HEMP FARM BILL if the agriculture committee can get to his desk ,This could be another $$CASH Crop for the FARMERS …No more Gov't Bail outs for farmers they want need it

  2. I'm in my 40's. My family was always pro-weed so I was always told the truth abt it. The adults didnt just openly smoke in front of us kids, they did go into another room. When they did the "just say no to drugs" when I was a kid, pot was also just trashed. As a kid, i realized why pot was such a gateway drug is bc kids were lied to abt it. If you're lied to abt that then maybe all the stuff was lies. I think it was really damaging. In my late 20's i noticed they change it to "weed makes you do nothing" It still over exaggerated but was closer to accurate.

    I think it shld be legal. I also never thought of it as a drug.

  3. Here in Oregon the use of rec went through the roof when it went legal. I always had figured, growing up, that about 25% of the adult population used. But when it went legal everyone started to do it.

  4. Being born in 1964, I've been smoking grass since before most of you millennials were born, Just saying…. (btw – cannabis has REALLY changed in strength and Hawaiian Creeper was the best shit I ever smoked until the 21at century- at a Styx concert in Billings, MT at age 17) EDIT: and I've been saying since I was 16 to legalize then tax the shit out of it to pay off the national debt. This, of course, was when the debt was actually manageable.

  5. Just slap a high tax on pot if you want people to not abuse it, the economy gets richer and most pot users will moderate because of cost like they do with cigarettes.
    Either way you can't stop people using pot.

  6. Hopefully this is another victory for state's rights, the US needs more localized government anyway; putting everything at the top just leads to unbalanced top-heavy dictates that rarely work out for the best.

  7. Just wanted to add that I've not heard Elrushbo rant against marijuana. Just sayin'… I like your mind, Dude! If u r still running for office; I hope you win…but people might b put off by cussing, grandma said… GOD Bless!☺

  8. Iv'e smoked cannabis since at least 1995, i was born in 82, do the math, no i'm not bragging but i feel i'm qualified to offer up a bit of information here for my dude Styx.

    There is definitely a difference between vape and classic combustion. The high is more soaring with a vape, you get more THC and less CBD. The high from smoking it is a heavier stone, This is due to the fact that CBD has a higher boiling point, you simply don't get as much of it with a vape to balance out the psyhadelic effects of THC. Essentially CBD exists purely to help regulate the effects of THC. The THC is what gets your head up, the CBD works on the body.

    This can obviously vary strain to strain, but that's the general nature of it. A racy weed high in THC and low in CBD, will still make you anxious if you smoke it, actually potentially more so if you're prone to such things, because it's more of an lung irritant that can cause shortness of breath in many people for a short period of time.

    Essentially THC gets you high, CBD keeps that in check, so CBD on it's own is fantastic for people with nervous disorders, as it's main purpose is to sooth the nerves.

  9. best I can tell the administration can obviate this legislation by rescheduling or descheduling pot. that would be the ultimate power move, as it would deny any dems a legislative victory. I believe it's just a matter of the FDA and DEA signing off on it.

  10. If Trump makes actual steps towards the decriminalization and legalization of weed that just might ensure he gets a second term; assuming he isn't impeached at some point at any rate.

  11. Bucket list updated: toke bong with styx. Btw, our bud vendors aren't doing so well: over saturated market. Can barely give herb away, so plenty.

    I hope Trump goes for it, one less irrelevant thing to no longer worry about. The government that governs least governs best: one step closer.

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