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Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) on Marijuana Law Reform | The NORML Stash Blog

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19 responses to “Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) on Marijuana Law Reform”

  1. UPDATED: Marijuana Reformers Have Mixed Feelings About Drug Warrior Dianne Feinstein Heading Up Judiciary Committee « U.S. Marijuana Party

    [...] Pierre has good cause for concern. In 2009, Feinstein wrote a letter to a constituent saying that while she "recognizes marijuana may have medicinal [...]

  2. UPDATED: Marijuana Reformers Have Mixed Feelings About Drug Warrior Dianne Feinstein Heading Up Judiciary Committee « Kentucky Marijuana Party

    [...] Pierre has good cause for concern. In 2009, Feinstein wrote a letter to a constituent saying that while she "recognizes marijuana may have medicinal [...]

  3. UPDATED: Marijuana Reformers Have Mixed Feelings About Drug Warrior Dianne Feinstein Heading Up Judiciary Committee | Libertarios of America

    [...] Pierre has good cause for concern. In 2009, Feinstein wrote a letter to a constituent saying that while she “recognizes marijuana may have medicinal [...]

  4. Marijuana Reformers Have Mixed Feelings About Drug Warrior Dianne Feinstein Heading Up Judiciary Committee | Anything Voluntary

    [...] Pierre has good cause for concern. In 2009, Feinstein wrote a letter to a constituent saying that while she “recognizes marijuana may have medicinal [...]

  5. Marijuana Reformers Have Mixed Feelings About Drug Warrior Dianne Feinstein Heading Up Judiciary Committee

    [...] Pierre has good cause for concern. In 2009, Feinstein wrote a letter to a constituent saying that while she “recognizes marijuana may have medicinal [...]

  6. Marijuana Reformers Have Mixed Feelings About Drug Warrior Dianne Feinstein Heading Up Judiciary Committee - Unofficial Network

    [...] Pierre has good cause for concern. In 2009, Feinstein wrote a letter to a constituent saying that while she “recognizes marijuana may have medicinal [...]

  7. Marijuana Reformers Have Mixed Feelings About Drug Warrior Dianne Feinstein Heading Up Judiciary Committee - Hit & Run : Reason.com

    [...] Pierre has good cause for concern. In 2009, Feinstein wrote a letter to a constituent saying that while she "recognizes marijuana may have medicinal properties" and [...]

  8. TheDevian

    Marijuana in not a Narcotic, but Alcohol is, doubt she has an issue with that. In fact I know for a fact she is in favor of the wineries. I may agree with some things she has done, but I disagree on too many things for her to get my vote.

  9. straightawaykid

    As a CA-D, I like Senator Boxer. I have disliked most positions/votes of Feinstein (aka DiFi) as Senator from the day she started. Every single subject I ventured in email received a mealy reply like that: “thanks for your letter”, “please note I do not … agree”, “please write again”. She only represents billionaire republicans (small r, like Arnie, Meg, Carly, and her hubby), not regular tax paying Californians. I won’t ever vote for her, and I promise the “work she is doing for CA” is .

  10. jds

    umm.. marijuana is not a narcotic. With all your experience that you proudly tout, you should at least know your enemy. You know better. It’s time to vote you and your ilk out. Enough of the lies and hysteria.

  11. soundburn

    Sen. Dianne Feinstein have attended one or more conferences organized by the Bilderberg Group.

    no wonder she is against :big420: legalization. :-x

  12. Johnson

    She is not living in the real world. She and her husband are very rich and I don’t know how she keeps getting re-elected.

    Hopefully we can bring in someone new next time. She has got to go along with Boxer too.

  13. winder

    Sounds like her message was paid for by the GOP.

  14. dnL

    Agreed. I hope she’s enjoying her last term in the U.S. Senate, I will not vote for her the next time around (and will get as many people that I know to do the same).

  15. mod

    Yeah this wench needs to be voted out. If you wants to maintain archaic views on an obvious miricle plant while protecting her law buddies, pharma buddies and on and on then she needs to do it on her own and not as a representative of a state which will most likely be the first to legalize marijuana, obviously no thanks to her.

  16. ned

    she is fuckin stupid

  17. josh

    Corrupt

  18. Rob

    Can we please vote her out next time around?

  19. Realist

    Idiot.

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