lc69hunter 
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Re: “Guest Opinion

So much misrepresentation, hyperbole, and blatant falsehoods in this article that I will not lower myself to try and respond point by point.

However, this kind of hit piece is to be expected from the left.

Do I like Flake? No, for many reasons. But he got this vote right.

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Posted by lc69hunter on 03/23/2017 at 6:17 AM

Re: “Barely budding

There were several reasons why Prop 205 failed. The biggest detractor for me was the semi-monopoly it gave the current medical dispensaries and growers.

The Safer Arizona initiative goes too far in the other direction. Arizona voters will not go for a free-for-all, and they shouldn't.

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Posted by lc69hunter on 02/23/2017 at 3:51 PM

Re: “Sticky Situation

Carpet Baggers is correct as to the MPP. They are not a friend of legalization except to the extent it can benefit certain contributors to the cause.

Their greed in the the way Prop 205 was written, was a part of the reason it failed.

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Posted by lc69hunter on 02/02/2017 at 11:58 AM

Re: “Sticky Situation

It is the job of Congress to make law. Right now, the marijuana industry exists only due to administrative guidance from several Federal Agencies, which could change in a heartbeat.

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Posted by lc69hunter on 02/02/2017 at 7:11 AM

Re: “High Gear

A good decision.

It is better to give an acquittal, than to convict based upon arbitrary and unproven science.

I wish that the DUI laws would go back to an impairment standard, rather than an arbitrary number, which may be valid for some, but not for others.

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Posted by lc69hunter on 01/05/2017 at 5:36 AM

Re: “Up In Smoke

You have to wonder how much money Corrections Corp of America (CCA) contributes to his campaign, as they are the biggest losers if marijuana is legalized.

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Posted by lc69hunter on 12/29/2016 at 8:37 AM

Re: “Wage Rage

Businesses will adapt. They will cut hours, cut employees, automate, or do whatever is necessary.

However, the small agencies that serve the vulnerable populations are subject to the same law. And they have no way of offsetting the costs, except for asking for more donations.

It is called the law of unintended consequences. Beware of what you ask for. You may get it.

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Posted by lc69hunter on 12/28/2016 at 4:54 PM

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