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County goes for year's grace on pot

Feb 13, 2014 | 2 Comments

By Nathalie Hardy
Of the News-Register

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05:14 am - Sat, February 15 2014
Fletch said:
I am speaking for the people who I have interviewed over the last several years. We are tired of government being in our lives 100% of the time. We should be able to walk into an establishment where we are greeted with a smile, and freely give money to them for something that will enhance our life. After all, we are using cannabis for therapeutic reasons.

It has been blown out of proportion by local law enforcement the dangers associated with cannabis use. I feel the tactics used by law enforcement are unethical, and seeing how they use misconceptions, leaves their credibility in question. A sad day for compassion and freedom in Yamhill County.

My attorney says, "when they outlaw freedom, only outlaws will be free."
11:04 am - Thu, February 20 2014
Lulu said:
I agree.

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