When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. - Hunter S. Thompson

14 June 2005

Important note

The Hinchey-Rohrabacher amendment, an attempt to keep the Feds from prosecuting legal users of medical marijuana in states where the voters have chosen to make it available, is coming up for a vote today. Take thirty seconds and contract your Congressman!

Why is this important? Ask Eddie and Dianna Davis:
Medical marijuana ruined Eddie and Dianna Davis' lives. Several years ago, a spat with an ex led Oconee County authorities to get a warrant to search their Walhalla, S.C., home. The next thing they knew, the South Carolina Department of Social Services had sundered the family, taking their four children into custody. Diana and Eddie's crime? Possession of 7 grams (less than a third of an ounce) of marijuana

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