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.
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.
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.
I have never been able to fathom that, what should be a simple exchange of money for services, becomes a hazard for one party or the other, more often the woman, but occasionally the mugging and robbing of the other party. I guess there are men out there with a deep seated hatred of women, and see sex workers as easy targets, because we have pushed them to the fringes of society, and he thinks no one will care or miss them. It pisses me off.
re: the 55 and older crowd. Remember when they grew up. The 60's and 70's. It was the drug of choice.
Now with aches and pains which come with that age, they can get a medical chit to legally consume it.
The only fly in that ointment is the Ninth Circuit decision on Aug 31 (wrongly decided, I might add) that said if you consume marijuana, legally or otherwise, you have no Second Amendment rights.
In my humble opinion, Sessions only has one thing in his favor. An unwavering support of the Second Amendment.
Other than that, he is an ass. He reminds me of Ashcroft, who was an unmitigated disaster and embarrassment as Attorney General.
Amy Adams does good work. I am looking forward to this film.
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