Well the ball has started to roll.
We've gone from medical marijuana to making it legal to purchase for comsumer use.
And eventually we in Philadelphia along with other States will have to make choices.
Maybe this will help curb violence. I've seen where drugs such as alcohol have led to fights & other altercatons.
The most violent act I've notice so far from cannibus was an attack on a sandwich.
Marijuana has replaced some medicine that has had side effects that lead to other medical problems.
Some say it opens up your thought process allowing you to look at things from a deeper perspective, while others claim it get's you stuck on stupid.
The revenue from this product in it's own way can help to save our schools, increase revenue for other projects. And also help to reduce the prison population.
Although I agree that there should be limits as to age & where & when it should smoked.
It looks like weed is here to stay.
I remember in the 70's when the Vietnam war was winding down & Pot was plentiful in the streets
(20.00 for an ounce of mexican) & a 5.00 bag Columbine red looked like todays 20.00 bag.
Violence began to subside. Perhaps F.M..radio helped too.
But the main thing was people stop fighting & started having fun.Well least in my neighborhood.
And let's not forget jobs,
So the question of the day is to spark or not to spark you decide.
What are your thoughts on this issue. We'd like to know.