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Oregon pot measure struggles as Wash., Colo. thrive

Oct 3, 2012 | 1 Comment


By The Associated Press

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11:19 am - Sat, October 13 2012
Bob Z. said:
I don't use pot and wouldn't if it was legalized, but continuing to criminalize pot use makes no sense. We've already seen releases of hardened criminals from our jails because of budget cuts. Does it really make sense having our law enforcement officials wasting time on victimless crime? Does it makes sense to arrest and imprison people for personal pot use?

No.

So let's quit arresting people for using pot and let our law enforcement authorities concentrate on real crimes.
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