Federal Decriminalization of Marijuana

Published by Randell Hynes on

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MOST STATES ACCEPT CANNABIS ON SOME LEVEL

The 1970 Federal law making marijuana a controlled-substance should be amended to better align with the acceptance of States and recent American votes. Decriminalization of Marijuana is an obvious priority for the majority of Americans.

Anyone who has tried marijuana will agree the experience was a milestone. I tried it a handful of times in my late thirties. I apparently didn’t inhale enough the first few times because the next time I got stoned mindless. Everything looked backwards and I felt every childhood fidget that I ever knew. I decided I didn’t like it and haven’t tried since. I also didn’t like ‘shrooms. Too weird. For a period, I did MDMA every other week until I finally decided that I had destroyed enough brain cells. I appreciate that drug, but know I can never do it again. That was all a half life ago.

The use of cannabis for medical and recreational use should be federally decriminalized, and regulated by State governments.

Legislation should include specific language to clear up any issues that exist prohibiting Cannabis businesses to conduct banking the same as other companies.

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Randell Hynes

Candidate for Representative of Nevada Congressional District 03

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