Former N.J. State Police lieutenant picked to run medical marijuana program

Discussion in 'Marijuana News' started by HighMountainSkier, Nov 30, 2011.

  1. Wow, just wow. This happened yesterday, and today Rutgers-Eagleton comes out with poll results that show 86% of NJ supports medical cannabis.

    Also, 53% of NJ thinks marijuana penlites should be reduced.

    Former N.J. State Police lieutenant picked to run medical marijuana program | NJ.com

    It gets worse when they explain why he's qualified. :eek:
    Here's the survey results.
    We haven't asked about pot in a while, about 30 years in fact


    I think everyone would agree that a physician should be running this program.
     
  2. I cant... I really cant even begin to describe how messed up that is. But as I always say
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  3. So he's an expert in criminal databases. What the FUCK does that have to do with law-abiding citizens? Oh wait, everyone is to be on some "database" to be deemed a criminal whenever convenient to our corrupt POS government. Now I see... :rolleyes:
     
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