How California’s legal cannabis dream became a public health nightmare

Posted on July 4, 2022 1:26 pm

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Richard Giddens
Richard Giddens
22 days ago

Marijuana is a dangerous drug. Bit alcohol is a far more dangerous drug. Drunk driving kills and stoned drivers miss their exits….

Jon Berg
Jon Berg
1 month ago

I believe a lot of the schizophrenics you see on the street, talking to themselves or in nonsensical gibberish, many of them (anecdotally) black men, have sustained mental damage due to extremely heavy pot use. Call me Reefer Madness Guy if you’d like. But this high THC content today is nothing like what was common in the 70’s when I was in college. It is absolutely blowing up these people’s minds and taking away any ambition to work and fit into a modern society in any constructive kind of way.

trashtalkU.S.A
24 days ago
Reply to  Jon Berg

Crack , Meth and alcohol has plenty to do with mental illness, not the weed.

Richard Giddens
Richard Giddens
22 days ago
Reply to  Jon Berg

So weed did all of that by itself? How lonng you been a doctor?

John Steele
John Steele
1 month ago

Oregun is cracking down on thousands of illegal grows financed by cartels and now. Yakuza’s have been found in Oregun selling drugs

Dave Huff
Dave Huff
1 month ago

There is only one reason that political leaders, mostly on the Left, are supporting legalization of this harmful substance, i.e. it is easier to extract honey from a beehive when the inhabitants are under the influence of smoke. And it is easier to extract freedoms from Americans when a substantial portion are stoned and docile, not to mention made more dependent on government by this “innocuous” drug.

showandtell
showandtell
1 month ago
Reply to  Dave Huff

100% — it weakens our states and thus our country. A weakened system attracts deadly parasites and allows them to flourish.