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originally posted by: rickymouse
People should be aware that the legalization can take ten or more days to become law. The tallies of votes must be completely done and be registered.
originally posted by: CynConcepts
a reply to: mysterioustranger
The proposal did state employer's can still drug test. Also, renter's best make sure the property owner / landlord is agreeable too. The last thing you want to do is find yourself out of job and evicted by believing it is your absolute right.
So I do imagine that not much will change for folks generally until laws are changed federally. The only big change here in state will be the police focusing more on actual criminals.
Christopher Martinez has been running medical marijuana dispensaries in Holland and Saugatuck for the past 8 years. After a raid at one of those facilities back in March he was charged with the felonies and was facing 15 years in prison. But Wednesday he found out those charges were all dismissed.
“So I got to court and I tell the lady I’m here to check in and she says you’re not on the docket. She says your case has been dropped and I just started crying and it wasn’t sad tears it was happy tears," says Martinez, who owns 'PureWest Compassion Clinic' in Holland.
Martinez says he doesn't know the exact reason those recent charges were dropped but he credits the passing of Prop 1.
originally posted by: highvein
originally posted by: projectvxn
a reply to: highvein
Nevada passed it. Things haven't really changed much.
Good to know. Do you believe the taxes from it has helped your state?