Miles Monroe 
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Re: “Wholesale Pot Prices Plummet

Yuba Lover: Your "craft growers", plus the dispensaries and patients they served, were *already* protected by the CUA; that's why, aside from federal enforcement, they have been (more or less, depending on how weed-friendly their locality) freely operating all these years.

The people Prop 64 was mainly intended to protect were the thousands of weed consumers, disproportionately black and brown, who lacked the security from arrest and prosecution afforded by the medical cannabis system; and for them, and *all* of us--not just your penny-ante weed dealer pals--things truly are already considerably better!

Posted by Miles Monroe on 01/03/2018 at 10:20 AM

Re: “A Cautionary Tale

So it's okay for kids to sustain permanent brain damage boxing, but the "risk" of a medical cannabis dispensary less than 1000 feet away is unacceptable?!

Posted by Miles Monroe on 09/06/2017 at 4:11 PM

Re: “Prop. 64 Rolls Out New Ads, No on 64 Touts Unfavorable New Poll

@ Leif Bierer: You're *joking*, right?! Transferring--sale, sharing, etc--*any* quantity of weed--even passing a joint--to *anybody*, including those poor "disabled veterans" you're *all* about, is presently a *felony* outside of a medical collective/cooperative; after 64, sharing up to an ounce between any other adult is completely legal, and over an ounce is only a misdemeanor!

Seriously, you tools really ought to look this stuff up *before* you post it ... !

Posted by Miles Monroe on 10/24/2016 at 1:02 PM

Re: “Prop. 64 Rolls Out New Ads, No on 64 Touts Unfavorable New Poll

@Deborah Tharp: Name one offense--just *one*--that's a felony or misdemeanor under Prop 64 that isn't already now, because we can name *several* offenses that are felonies or misdemeanors now that are completely legal under 64!

Posted by Miles Monroe on 10/23/2016 at 4:33 PM

Re: “Prop. 64 Rolls Out New Ads, No on 64 Touts Unfavorable New Poll

@Dave Armstrong: Your "most federally conforming law in the nation" didn't prevent over 15,000 people, disproportionally black and brown--which you're *not*, right Dave?--from being arrested for weed related felonies and misdemeanors in California last year; Prop 64 will cut that number in *at least* half, based on the experience of the other legal states and DC, not to mention that the mere *claim* "I smell marijuana" by a cop will no longer give him carte blanche to detain, search, seize suspected drug money, etc, etc.

Its where the people go--not to jail anymore--that matters; where the money goes--not *your* pockets anymore, right Dave?--is a distant second, at best.

Posted by Miles Monroe on 10/23/2016 at 4:20 PM

Re: “Will Revenue From Legalizing Marijuana and Passing Proposition 64 Mostly Go To Police?

Thank you, Mr. Downs, for this straightforward and concise response to all the wack disinformation and fear-mongering from weed dealers collaborating with the cops and others to prolong the monsterous crime against humanity that is cannabis prohibition while hypocritically hiding behind patients in order to line their own pockets free from regulation, taxes, and especially competition from legitimate businesses.

Maybe next you could likewise eviscerate the “Big Marijuana” bogeyman being pushed by, coincidentally(!), *both* the weed dealers and cops, etc.; you know, the “corporate takeover” of the industry that hasn’t happened in Colorado or Washington, and isn’t happening in Oregon or Alaska, despite none of those states’ regulatory regimes including the protections for small cannabis businesses found in Prop 64, like no grow licenses over an acre until 2023 …

Posted by Miles Monroe on 09/28/2016 at 2:34 PM

Re: “California Legalization Proposition 64 Raises $11.45 Million

Addendum to the Correction: But they *do* have "ties"--500,000 of them, to be exact--to the makers of Fentanyl! [http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2016-0…]

Posted by Miles Monroe on 09/09/2016 at 2:34 PM

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