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Oklahoma life-for-hash bill signed, also includes life-for-brownies or grinders | The NORML Stash Blog

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17 responses to “Oklahoma life-for-hash bill signed, also includes life-for-brownies or grinders”

  1. Madison Boehrer

    I don’t think anyone committed of a crime involving marijuana should spend more than a year in jail. More than that is just not fair. That deprives children of knowing someone in their family. Including mothers,fathers,brothers,sisters,mothers. Just because someone is committed of a crime doesn’t mean they don’t deserve getting another chance to better their lives & do what’s right. I think it’s wrong and such punishments of the convicted should be stopped. :-x

  2. Connor Gagne

    It has to be time for a change. Colorado touches our state of Oklahoma and they can legally do it at 21. I’m currently about to get my lisence taken because a 0.1 was in my car. I didn’t even smoke that day. Oklahoma needs to change or I need to get out of here!

  3. Oklahoma Lawmakers Vote Unanimously to Decrease Marijuana Possession Penalties - The Joint Blog

    [...] a state where hash can get you life in prison, movement is being made to decrease the punishment associated with simple cannabis [...]

  4. Life in Prison for edibles, kief, hash, and grinders. - Grasscity.com Forums

    [...] in California if you're busted with any of those things, all you get is a $100 fine lol source: Oklahoma life-for-hash bill signed, also includes life-for-brownies or grinders | The NORML Stash Bl… [...]

  5. The Top Ten People in Marijuana in 2011 | The NORML Stash Blog

    [...] into becoming the 16th medical marijuana state.  Meanwhile, Oklahoma’s vile Mary Fallin signed a law that could mean a life sentence for making pot brownies, but Connecticut’s reasonable Dan Malloy made his state the 14th to decriminalize personal [...]

  6. Accountability Brings Credibility | | TheJointBlog

    [...] existence. When politicians are allowed to run wild with ridiculous policies and out-dated ideas (life for hash in Oklahoma comes to mind), without being challenged by the public, our country suffers greatly. With this in mind, it is [...]

  7. Captain Morgan

    This bill is UNCONSTITUTIONAL. It constitutes cruel and unusual punishment. Has nobody pointed this out???

  8. 5 Worst States to Get Caught with Marijuana « Kind Buds Collective

    [...] made headlines this spring when legislators voted 119 to 20 in favor of House Bill 1798, which enhances the state sentencing guidelines for hash manufacturing to a minimum of two years in jail and a [...]

  9. Alternet: ‘The Five Worst States to Get Busted With Pot’ | Colorado Dispensaries

    [...] made headlines this spring when legislators voted 119 to 20 in favor of House Bill 1798, which enhances the state sentencing guidelines for hash manufacturing to a minimum of two years in jail and a [...]

  10. Alternet: ‘The Five Worst States to Get Busted With Pot’ | Washington Dispensaries

    [...] made headlines this spring when legislators voted 119 to 20 in favor of House Bill 1798, which enhances the state sentencing guidelines for hash manufacturing to a minimum of two years in jail and a [...]

  11. Anonymous

    [...] made headlines this spring when legislators voted 119 to 20 in favor of House Bill 1798, which enhances the state sentencing guidelines for hash manufacturing to a minimum of two years in jail and a [...]

  12. Alternet: ‘The Five Worst States to Get Busted With Pot’ | Find It 420

    [...] made headlines this spring when legislators voted 119 to 20 in favor of House Bill 1798, which enhances the state sentencing guidelines for hash manufacturing to a minimum of two years in jail and a [...]

  13. Geog22

    Support Sensible Washington and I-1149 so we can throw this back in these facist pigs face’s in Oklahoma by being the first state to legalize cannabis in the U.S. anyone can help as well.
    http://www.sensiblewashington.org

  14. ConservativeChristian

    Jesus said to do unto others as we would have them to do unto us. None of us would want to see our parent or other loved one thrown in jail for using marijuana to ease the pain, depression, or nausea of a life-threatening illness. It’s time to stop putting our own families in jail. It’s very sad when our young people are arrested for marijuana, so let’s ask ourselves what is hurting the kids more: the marijuana or the arrest, the police record, the loss of financial aid, the jail time… Are they being hurt by the marijuana, or are they being hurt by the law?

    Also, check out http://www.northpoint.org/ if you’d like to see some more very positive material about Jesus at work in people’s lives.

  15. Horborgl

    What the flying fuck. People in Oklahoma need to work on getting this repealed.

  16. Sensiamerican

    Well, its official. Everyone get the f out of Oklahoma! Seriously not a good idea to live there. OOooklahoma, where the winds of fascism billows ore the plains of American freedom!

  17. The Roundup: Life in Prison for Hash and Grinders | California Marijuana Dispensaries and Collectives

    [...] Good thing Oklahoma taxpayers are springing for life in prison for hash, brownies and grinders, NORML [...]

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