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Old 06-29-2005, 06:08 PM   #1
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Grow Weed Legally in Rhode Island

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11 states and counting ... once again, New England leading the way, rationally and compassionately, to the future.
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But is there a market for it?
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Im off on the road to Rhode Island.
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That is just SO typical of you liberal students!!
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I don't think I have anything against this; the definition of "using for medical purposes" here seems like it's very strict and precise, as it should be.
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That is just SO typical of you liberal students!!
Libertarians do it better
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I don't think I have anything against this; the definition of "using for medical purposes" here seems like it's very strict and precise, as it should be.
Using for medical purpose is only as good as the doctors determining the "medical purpose". Considering how easy it is to get other prescription drugs, a "medical purpose" restriction is somewhat meaningless.
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Using for medical purpose is only as good as the doctors determining the "medical purpose". Considering how easy it is to get other prescription drugs, a "medical purpose" restriction is somewhat meaningless.
That's true. Plus, I didn't think that allowing patients to grow marijuana is a good idea.

The solution, as I see it, is to have these "marijuana treatments" done only at the hospitals. Unless of course, there is some type of narcotic thatn does what marijuana does, in which case the legality of it is totally unnecessary in the first place.
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Using for medical purpose is only as good as the doctors determining the "medical purpose". Considering how easy it is to get other prescription drugs, a "medical purpose" restriction is somewhat meaningless.
Which can be said for any drug out there.
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That's true. Plus, I didn't think that allowing patients to grow marijuana is a good idea.

If you allow patients to grow it prevents big pham companies from someday taking over start adding additives and selling it for 5 times the value.
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Which can be said for any drug out there.
But the Rhode Island law only opens the door to the drug, but fails to provide a compprehensive regulatory scheme to make it work safely.

Most buyers of medical marijuana must do so on a cash basis and at inflated street prices.
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If you allow patients to grow it prevents big pham companies from someday taking over start adding additives and selling it for 5 times the value.
But it also provides for easy theft.
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But it also provides for easy theft.
How is it easier than anything else, it can be grown inside you know.
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