#1 Rule _We The People_Have Constitutional LawNo matter your point of
view_until now_No law may violate Citizen Equality.Our
"Controlled Substance Act"_created a monopoly_I can prove this in
any US Court /Debate w/legal experts1-doctors aren't under oath
of office(Constitutional Oath to uphold citizen equality or be impartial
in all their duties)2-Doctors sell Government Use Permits- Like the ATF -
& are only private business venture.3-Doctors being private citizens-
not under oath- get to keep the Gov. Permit fees, which are temporary causing
strong monopoly powers with pharmacies- blocking free markets rules of pricing,
sales & distribution to all citizens with equality.4-Doctors special
powers of a public office & forced compliance with unconstitutional law-Clearly blocks access of a needed commodity unless accepting the elite citizen
powers given to doctors of medicine & governments fees needed to own or
purchase commodity needed to treat personal pain, anxiety, & chronic
illness.Conclusion-denial of rights based on Drug Prohibition
w/PreScription Clause.=1-The 'Controlled Substance Acts'
(giving Doctors the power of gov. permit sales)violates equalityYes_
@Third try screen name - Mapleton, UTOf note, Berenson’s book
also received the Vox treatment today in an extensive article by German Lopez
titled, “What Alex Berenson’s new book gets wrong about marijuana,
psychosis, and violence.” The subhead reads tellingly, “The book,
Tell Your Children, has received a lot of media attention, but it’s
essentially Reefer Madness 2.0.” Lopez based his opinion on his previous
evaluation of the same study Berenson used to make his case.
@ConradGurch I refer you to a book by Alex Berenson called "Tell Your
Children: The Truth About Marijuana, Mental Illness, and Violence."In a nutshell, pot is linked to paranoia, schizophrenia, memory loss, domestic
violence and brain damage.Then there's the munchies. And
impaired driving.To be sure, it brings unique relief for some
ailments, but $4 million would cover legitimate distribution for those folks for
ten years.We are being sold a bill of goods here.
@Third try screen name - Mapleton, UTPot is a Pandora's Box of
societal trouble. How do you know this? Please explain.
Given the very narrow legitimate use for medical marijuana, this $4 million
request for the program is disturbing.That much money would be
enough to provide a decade of dosing for those who can really benefit from it at
have no effective alternative.What this means is that those driving
this agenda see it as a stepping stone to recreational pot. The medical
foot-in-the-door is only the beginning.Pot is a Pandora's Box
of societal trouble. You would think we have learned from the loss of control of
prescription opioids, but the legislature now wants to create a new industry.This is not looking good, folks.
Maybe this information should have been in the ballot!!!
The Legislature needs to give $5,000,000 to start this program. Think of all
the people that can find new employment and not be in business on street!
We don't need any recreational use and only approved dispensaries for
medical distribution. If people will drive to Nevada, Colorado, and Washington
to get pot people can plan trips to wherever the dispensaries are if they have a
legitimate medical need/script. People travel to U Med Center and Primary
Childrens Hospital from all over the state and from other states all the time.
Mesquite or Wendover seems like a better bet!
Yep. The DABC is such a model of efficiency, customer satisfaction and common
sense, that we need Utah government in the cannabis distribution business.
I hope they do not get one cent.