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So, as some of you may know marijuana could be legalized in California. My questions are: 1. How much would it cost per ounce and gram? 2. Where would it be sold? 3. When would the law go in to effect? 4. How old would you have to be to smoke marijuana? Also, do you want marijuana to be legalized? Why or why not?
1. I think the costs per gram and ounce are gonna be fairly low. Its already the #1 cash crop in California, Why would anyone pay more if they can get a cheaper from a local dealer? If the state was smart, they will probably sell it 10-15% less then normal rates. 2. Convenient stores, Beer/Wine Stores, Head-shops (All over California), Dispensaries? 3. If the bill gets passed on November 2010, it will probably take 3-4 months for the bill to go into full effect. 4. I believe they states anyone 21 or older, but you know thats not gonna stop any1 18-20 to pay some1 to get weed for them. Marijuana should be legalized because its not a drug, its a safer medical option, you cant overdose, its safer then alcohol, healthier then any drug or prescription pill, will help with the economy, and just end all these stupid campigns/bills on marijuana prohibition Visit www.reeferchiefers.com for more info!
If marijuana is legalized in California, I believe the effects of the decision will be momentous across the whole country. Of course, the federal government will try and crack down, but the effects of the decision will spread to all states currently allowing the use of medical marijuana. Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Vermont, Rhode Island, and Hawaii will also follow suit should California pass legislation. I think Alaska, Hawaii, Montana, Nevada, Michigan, New Jersey, Maine, and New Mexico would also at least vote on similar legislation very shortly after California passes. Many other liberal states like Massachusetts and Connecticut could make decisions as well. At this point, the federal government may have to realize that it is worth more to tax marijuana (and hopefully hemp should it be legalized. There are billions of dollars in hemp) and therefor reform would reach the federal level and hopefully some sensible laws concerning marijuana would be passed, unionizing the states and feds so that there is no conflict. This is of course a truly optimistic prediction. We will just have to see I guess.
1. How much would it cost per ounce and gram? There is no set dollar amount, but you can bet it'll be more expensive than buying from your local dealer. 2. Where would it be sold? Probably anywhere where you can buy alcohol or tobacco now. 3. When would the law go in to effect? I don't know off the top of my head when the date is that it will be voted on. You should be able to find that with a simple google search. If it passes, they will set a date for it to become effective, it could be the same day or a year later. 4. How old would you have to be to smoke marijuana? 21 I'm don't even have the energy to go into all the reasons why it should be legalized. But the main one is that I think, if it's implemented correctly, it will have a beneficial effect on the local economy.
Well, you should define the term "legalized". With any good --- demand will rise as a function of the price of the produce. It this is seen by the state as a revenue source --- it will be taxed very heavily at first to establish the demand curve. High Taxes would keep the police busy to see if the taxes were paid. Questions 1-4 can only be answered by the Redmond legislature. Would I want marijuana publicly sold --- No. Because I do not think the State should ever depended on revenue by allowing individuals not to work. Almost anyone can grow hemp. So no one needs to buy it or pay tax on it. Since the state does not have an interest it is neither condoning or profiting from individual stupidity. Hemp is a plant equal to a dandelion and about as useful. [Dandelions make wonderful salads, wine, and a ersatz coffee.]
I don't know about costs and stuff like that but it would seem it would be a over the counter type drug sold at pharmacys. You would probally have to be 18 to buy it, and to smoke it aswell. Legalize it or not.....hmm it really doesn't matter. Those that want to smoke it already are. It would just make it easier for them. I say go ahead and get it over with and then we can all see how good or bad a idea it really was.
If it gets legalized, California is gonna be on my list of states to possibly move to
I believe you have to be 21 years old if the law comes into effect.
I would move there if it became legal. Just kidding.
Right now it's not illegal to smoke weed in california
Junk food prices would skyrocket