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This is your Oklahoma police on drugs | The NORML Stash Blog

I am the producer of The NORML Network, the host of the NORML SHOW LIVE and The NORML Stash Blog, and NORML's Outreach Coordinator. I'm married, live in Portland, Oregon, and I am a registered medical marijuana caregiver in this state. I've worked days as an IT geek and nights as a professional musician. Previously, I have been the host of my own political talk radio show on satellite radio. I've been the High Times "Freedom Fighter of the Month" and I travel across the country to educate people on marijuana reform. I've dedicated my life to bringing an end to adult marijuana prohibition and re-legalizing cannabis hemp, and I'm honored to be chosen by NORML to give voice to the Marijuana Nation and to speak for those who can't speak up.


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13 responses to “This is your Oklahoma police on drugs”

  1. Jake

    Very good rebuttal. However, you spelled “somehwat” incorrectly. Please try to spell check articles in the future.

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  4. Jillian

    I think in the end the rule is, if it’s
    marijuana the answer is no, if it’s
    anything else the answer is maybe.

  5. sameoldwine

    Sounds like the alternative is to “change the mandate”. Who does that? Congress? Obama? :idk:

  6. Jillian

    Ron Paul tried to call out the ONDCP for the lies they tell. In ’03 he wrote to the general accounting office and was basically told that they would do nothing because lying could be considered to fall within the ONDCP’s mandate of “taking such actions as necessary to oppose any attempt to legalize the use” of marijuana.

    http://tr.im/pCUz

    I guess the same logic would apply to shooting each of us in the face.

  7. sameoldwine

    Russ, didn’t the 5 federal judge @ Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals say that the law was unenforceable? The decision was 3-2.

    Typical governmental BS. You can’t call the government on “lies” even if you can prove that they are because then every one would want to “call them” on every little thing. :yuck: :thdown:

    Are these judges left over from the dark ages? :dead:

  8. Urb Age

    Great post Russ. Im with Jillian, lets sue!!!!

  9. Jillian

    why aren’t we allowed to sue organizations who lie to us? ..even just initiating the process would make the news

  10. slash5city

    is there a way to force these people to retract the lies and publish objective results……
    Na…..what was i thinking…. it’s a self serving industry…..

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