Posts Tagged ‘Marijuana’
YoungTurks – Reefer Madness: Police Officers Resign After Forcing Man To Eat Marijuana To Avoid ArrestSeptember 24, 2016
Libertrarian-Republican Sen. Rand Paul At Colorado Political Debate Calls For Letting States Legalize Marijuana! But Where Does Aberdeen Libertarian-Republican And Candidate for Mayor Stand on Legalizing Marijuana?October 29, 2015
Libertarian Republican Sen. Rand Paul has made it perfectly clear at the Colorado debate where he stands on marijuana. But where does Aberdeen’s Libertarian-TeaParty Republican Patrick McGrady stand on legalizing marijuana? “Shady” McGrady is currently running a third-rate campaign to become the mayor of Aberdeen. We know where he says he stands on taxes and water/sewer bills, safe streets and fair pay for City employees/unfair pay for City Council employees. But where does he as a Republican Libertarian stand on legalizing marijuana? Does he have a plan to legalize marijuana in Aberdeen?The voters want to know.
CNN Program “High Profits” – Havre de Grace, Md Native Brian Rogers Dubbed Marijuana Mogul In ColoradoAugust 11, 2015
Harford Top Cop Disagrees With Dem Candidate For States Attorney On Decrimaliztion Of Marijuana . Sheriff Bane Says Decrim Will Cause “Serious Safety Issues” And Increase Costs – Md. Ast. Prosecutor Steve Trostle Forsees No Problems And Says He Would Pursue “Fines Only” For Most MJ CasesMay 4, 2014
Democratic candidate for Harford States Attorney Steve Trostle states on his website that as Top Prosecutor he would : “Therefore, except in limited circumstances, my staff will be instructed to seek FINES ONLY in marijuana cases”. Ast. State ProsecutorTrostle states that “Prosecutors dont make laws – we enforce them.” Posession of marijuana “for the time being is illegal” and his stafff will prosecute. But he emphasizes he would rather use jail time for “our more dangerous offenders”
On the other hand Harfords Top Cop, Sheriff Jesse Banes, states that he believes marijuana decriminalization is a mistake and predicts it will lead to legalization and create serious problems (?). Sheriff Banes suggests that the”serious problems” (?) will lead to added budget expenses. How will keeping marijuana users out of jail increase public safety budget expenses? Bane does not explain. The Republican Aegis says Bane believes decriminalization “is going to compound our problems” and make the job of county police more difficult. How so? Stoping the senseless jailing of marijuana users would reduce the cost of running the county detention center.And stopping the criminal arrest of most marijuana users would free police to pursue more important public safetey work..