Article by Canna Lance, Cannabis Life Network
Cannabis legalization took another step forward in the United States as Oklahoma became the 30th state to pass a medical cannabis law.
This should show you how bought out the countries political leaders are. They’re owned by big pharma and other special interest groups that have their own plans for the American people. That can be the only explanation as to why freedom is only found in just over half of what is supposed to be a free and united country.
An ounce of pot on you in Colorado and you’re fine. An ounce of pot on you in Georgia and you better start looking over your shoulder. That’s because that ounce of weed could land you in jail in Georgia since one ounce or less is a misdemeanour and can put you in jail for a year and land you up to a $1,000 fine, not to mention court costs.
Why would a free country only share freedom with half of its citizens? This is a question that leaves me confused and embarrassed. Confused as to why and embarrassed by the actions of the elected officials running America. I mean I just don’t get it. Cannabis has zero deaths from an overdose ever in recorded human history, and it’s a dangerous plant?
It’s Time to Stop the Hate and Regulate
Our body has an indigenous ECS (endocannabinoid system) that works with the phytocannabinoids found in cannabis that it can’t replicate on its own. We don’t have an alcohol system, an Oxycontin or Percocet system, nor do we have a tobacco system in our body that works with cigarettes, yet they are legal across the U.S. They also have overdoses, sickness, and crime attached to them.