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  1. In ‘Murica, a plant with documented medicinal benefits is schedule 1
    illegal under federal law, even though it’s killed 0 people. But actual
    handheld instant killing machines (guns) in the hands of gun nuts that kill
    tens of thousands every year in the USA? Completely legal, without
    universal background checks. Because freedumb!

  2. no drug war means that this gigantic police state is going to have a lot
    less work on their hands… Will they downsize their departments? hhmmmm…

  3. Yep the gateway to stronger drugs has always been the drug war hopefully
    people will wake up to that fact.

  4. Ten Years Ago Portugal Legalized All Drugs — What Happened Next? When the
    nation legalized all drugs within its borders, most critics predicted
    disaster. But a decade later, drug use has plunged dramatically. July 14,
    2011

    The government in Portugal has no plans to back down. Although the
    Netherlands is the European country most associated with liberal drug laws,
    it has already been ten years since Portugal became the first European
    nation to take the brave step of decriminalizing possession of all drugs
    within its borders—from marijuana to heroin, and everything in between.
    This controversial move went into effect in June of 2001, in response to
    the country’s spiraling HIV/AIDS statistics.

    While many critics in the poor and largely conservative country attacked
    the sea change in drug policy, fearing it would lead to drug tourism while
    simultaneously worsening the country’s already shockingly high rate of hard
    drug use, a report published in 2009 by the Cato Institute tells a
    different story. Glenn Greenwald, the attorney and author who conducted the
    research, told Time: “Judging by every metric, drug decriminalization in
    Portugal has been a resounding success. It has enabled the Portuguese
    government to manage and control the drug problem far better than virtually
    every other Western country.”

    http://www.alternet.org/story/151635/ten_years_ago_portugal_legalized_all_drugs_–_what_happened_next
    

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