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Re: “New Vermont House Bill Would Legalize, Tax Marijuana Sales

Phil Scott's cop-out argument "...no legalization absent means for impaired testing" says much about the man's character: He is dishonest. He'd garner far more respect openly rejecting by way of logical argument (oh wait, there really is none) than by his politically correct avoidance of the issue. He won't openly reject legalization because he knows the vast majority of Vermonters (logically) embrace it. Avoidance (cowardice), plain and simple. Driving under the influence of marijuana is occurring now. Legislation neither condones nor alters that reality. Further, a single glass of wine or some OTC medication is far more impairing than marijuana. Wake up.

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Posted by VoiceOfReason on 03/28/2017 at 6:45 AM

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