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Reader Polls Feedback for: October 25, through November 4, 2009

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The past week saw President Obama administration's new more laissez-faire policy toward medical marijuana situations. The policy appears to end the practice of federal prosecution of medical marijuana patients and providers in states where medical marijuana is legal. With that in mind and keeping in mind how Nevada seems to always follow the newer rules of California (no smoking in restaurants, etc.), this arises the question for this week’s Reader Poll. Do you think medical marijuana dispensaries will spring up through Nevada as they have in California? Actually this becomes a two-part question which also asks the question . . . should marijuana be legalized like alcohol in Nevada / United States?  What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!

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Considering the billions we have spent for the war on drugs and each year the war looks more hopeless, just legalize the products, place huge fines on driving or doing anything in public harm for the products and collect the taxes.  Why should the drug dealers make all the money?  Donald D.  Florida

I dont care what anybody does to help them through medical problems and if marijuana helps a patient I am all for it.  Let Nevada be a leader in health care rather than a follower like always.  Barbara Dallas Texas.

yes,regulate and tax it like liquor.  william murvay  henderson nv

If we all had the ability to make an itelligent choice as to when the use of marijuana is actually necessary, than maybe it's legalization would make sence. But until those dispensing marajuana are educated in it's benefits and it's short comings, until we have a better understanding of various types of the drug and it's uses,until it has been tested as
stringently as any legal drug on the market, then it's legalization should not become law either in California or Nevada.  Marjorie Abelson   Williamsville/NY

Yes I do think marijuana dispensaries will spring up. I think they will spring up Every Where now. Do I think it should be legalized? If it was possable to only legalized marijuana, I wouldn't mine it. As long as it was treated like boose. But that will never happen.People will get other drugs legalized then. We got one dope legalized why not coke, crack,and all the other dope. Where would it end.So I guess I'm saying ,do
not legaliz it. Dope is for dopes   steve   sedalia

i'm from ct. so what nv does is really no concern to me. however i do have no problem with dispensing marijuana to those who need it for medical reasons. i know ct. wont do this as we are so puritantical in nature that its not funny. all states should consider doing it however. as an old hippie who smoked his share of pot in the late 60's 70's i have
always felt that pot should be legal. the falicy of it leading to more potent durgs is just that a falicy.  ralph   ct



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