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I'm not really pro edible but i would say that packaging is the answer along with non advertising of weed products.
originally posted by: ZeroReady
a reply to: deadeyedick
Yea but part of the problem might be that a lot the edibles look like kids candy. Or brownies. Or cookies. There's nothing really to distinguish them from other goodies. How will the kids know not to eat one cookie, but a different cookie is ok?
originally posted by: Terminal1
Now the question that springs to my mind is this...
What happens to all this new tax money?
originally posted by: monkofmimir
a reply to: crazyewok
The only politician in the UK I've seen with the guts to admit the "war on drugs" if a failure is Farage and even then he flat out stated that that was his personal opinion and that his party felt different.
Personally I shudder when I here the term “war on .....” because it invariably means that the government is going to use it as an excuse to grab more power and either daemonize or persecute a convenient segment of society.
When will people learn that war solves nothing and that personal choice cannot be dictated down the barrel of a gun or from the end of a police baton.
Yet the moral fabric of America remains un-tainted.
originally posted by: deadeyedick
a reply to: TheSpanishArcher It stands to reason that passing these milestones should lead to other dominoes falling into place. It is a great first step.