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Oregonian editorial board hypes fears of medical marijuana and teen pot smoking | The NORML Stash Blog

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14 responses to “Oregonian editorial board hypes fears of medical marijuana and teen pot smoking”

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    [...] 10. Oregonian editorial board hypes fears of medical marijuana and teen pot smoking (The Oregonian – “Seeing through the smoke” editorial) It’s about time someone took action on the increasing number of medical marijuana dispensaries. … Right now, anyone, including teenagers, can apply [for a medical marijuana card]. A study done by Oregon Partnership found, for example, that 35 percent of students at Wilson High School and 46 percent at Marshall High School knew someone with a card. [...]

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    [...] 10. Oregonian editorial board hypes fears of medical marijuana and teen pot smoking (The Oregonian – “Seeing through the smoke” editorial) It’s about time someone took action on the increasing number of medical marijuana dispensaries. … Right now, anyone, including teenagers, can apply [for a medical marijuana card]. A study done by Oregon Partnership found, for example, that 35 percent of students at Wilson High School and 46 percent at Marshall High School knew someone with a card. [...]

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  12. Weed Doctor

    I am a former Oregonian and my parents have been using medical marijuana and are pretty well informed on what it does to communities. As of yet, there hasn’t been any real change in marijuana at schools and it seems to even possibly be less of a taboo for teenagers to try.

    Maybe we can start looking at the problematic drugs that do harm children rather than a little weed. Medical marijuana may be quite potent… but worst case scenario is that kid takes a nap and is lazy for a few days… maybe a little munchy.

  13. Mack

    Well gotta say, They are creating criminals. Not cutting them down. I am fairly certain that if I AM GOING BACK TO THE BLACK MARKET. A whole helluva lot more people are. I got out of that game, and never wanted to go back. but thank you AG Holder for taking away my nearby and legal access to safe untampered with meds. Now i have to go back to driving 200 miles just to get a decent supply at a decent price. and even at this rate. it probably will be filled with chemicals and growth hormones and such. I liked having organic meds at a nice 4 mile away location at a semi decent price. I LIKED THAT. It gave me a way to avoid the black market, avoid buying and selling to support it, and avoid being taken advantage of by greedy drug dealers that could have slipped something else into it. Needless to say i have had that happen, I NEVER WANTED TO SMOKE HEROIN but some asshole had to tamper with my meds, could have killed me. I had no idea. and smoked enough that if i had been a smaller guy i could have potentially overdosed. Yeah thank you government. make me a criminal. and allow a-holes to poison my REQUIRED meds with other unregulated and dangerous substances. YOU FUCKED UP

  14. Dad

    I can’t express the rage at reading that article. I posted a comment, but I don’t believe the editorial board gives a damn. The “save the children” lies, especially regarding medical marijuana, hit very close to home for me.

    I think I’ll go grab a perfectly legal, yet potentially toxic beer to calm down now.

    F***ING IDIOTS.

    Thanks Russ, for pointing this out and helping to add some perspective to that horrific article.

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