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More questions on Colorado HB 1284 (pt4)


  • Uncommon Sense 6 years ago

    What the Democrats who back this ridiculous bill seem to be failing to realize is that their position going into this next election is tenuous enough without alienating a good portion of their younger voter-base. The conservatives aren't going to vote for them, and no, neither are the few supporters they have left. They all seem like lemmings following Head Lemming Chris Romer right off the cliff.

  • ShortySmallz 6 years ago

    Great comment Uncommon Sense--patients take notice--Chris Romer SHOULD NOT get your vote in the next election, in fact BOYCOTT any state politician that supports treating patients like criminals, or insists in blocking dispensaries from the same rights and practices as Walgreens and other pharmacies, who sell medication that is responsible for tens of thousands of overdoses and drug addiction cases a year--I don't see anyone sending armed inspectors into those stores, and I don't see law enforcement claiming that these businesses raise crime, even though they sell the most addictive substances on earth, such as Valium and Oxycontin, which by the way, Doctors also prescribe out at an alarming rate, though I don't see any movement to try and disbar these doctors--there is an obvious bias against pot that is directly linked to the demonization of marijuana unfairly for the last 90 years--what started as racism is still manifesting in the ignorance of law enforcement and law makers...

  • AntiPatientBill 6 years ago

    Thanks to Kevin Brooks and the Examiner for highlighting some of the unreasonable and absurd aspects to Romer's bill. The overwhelming majority of the 100,000 patients in Colorado would seriously revolt against this bill, if they realized how incredibly destructive it will be for patient access and patient options. It doesn't sound like the recent hearing gave medical cannabis patients enough time to testify against this misguided bill.

    Romer said that this bill must pass, or the governor wil call some type of special meeting. What sorta threat is this? Will the Governor again try to undermine Colorado's Constitution with more behind-the-scences sabotaging of Amend 20, like having CDPHE write more letters threatening physicians to not recommend more than 6 plants, a right spelled out in Amend 20, provided the doc feels more than 6 plants are "medically necessary"?

    With all the violent crime in Colorado, Romer's bill is an unconscionable misuse of our resources.

  • scottieclause 6 years ago

    I couldnt agree with all these statements more. Well said!!! Either get a grip now or loose all followers in a couple months. Please remember one thing: Even if you dont smoke for mmj purposes, you probabally know someone very close to you that does! PEACE

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