Marijuana

Study – 12% of Drug Related Fatal Car Crashes Involved Marijuana

by Steve MacDonald February 6, 2014
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I made an off-hand joke a few weeks back that decriminalizing pot would probably result in an increase in slow-speed, early-morning collisions, in front to 24 hours convenient stores.  Say it with me.  “Look Dude, Buuurrreeeettttto’s.” Well, a study has just been released, in which New Hampshire crash data were part of the sample.  (California, […]

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NH Rep Steve Vaillancourt Speaks to a Reporter About Marijuana

by Steve MacDonald January 23, 2014

Here is an interview between a reporter for the Concord Monitor and NH House Rep Steve Vaillancourt.  Steve is discussing decriminalizing marijuana.  It was recorded on a tablet so the audio is hard to hear in places…can’t be helped. (I’ll try to export this to audio and enhance it-will repost it as an MP3 if […]

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GrokTALK! With Guest Marilinda Garcia

by Steve MacDonald December 19, 2013

Marilinda Garcia joins us  in Studio to talk about her enrtry into the Republican Primary to challenge Ann Kuster for the congressional seat in NH CD-2. We discuss states rights, the role of government, marijuana, ObamaCare, spending, and even the potential advantages of incrementalism. We also touch on the differing roles between state and federal […]

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State marijuana legalization votes: Good for the U.S. Constitution!

by Tim Condon December 8, 2012

Who’d a thunk it? The recent marijuana legalization victories in Washington state and Colorado are outstandingly good news for the U.S. Constitution. Why? Because they underline the facts that James Madison stated in 1788: “”The powers of the federal government are enumerated; it can only operate in certain cases; it has legislative powers on defined […]

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On A Path To Less Government or More?

by Steve MacDonald November 26, 2012

Newsmax reports that New Hampshire’s new governor (gag!) Maggie Hassan is open to the idea of legalizing Marijuana. Pro-pot advocates in New Hampshire are excited about the possibilities. Medical marijuana, the gateway-drug -policy to broader decriminalization efforts, is generally considered to be an issue with bi-partisan support.  Supporters of legalization at any and every level […]

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