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Marijuana is still a Schedule I drug. The Federal government classifies it as a poison. Meth, BTW, is a Sched II drug, less harmful than pot, according to the Feds.
Nonsense. Apart from conspiracy to commit murder he should never have been on trial. The government's case that free trade is dangerous to society and must be made illegal is untenable. If you can't put what you want into your own body then you don't live in a free society and you're kidding yourself if you think you do.
We think we are free because we can say what we want but we cannot trade in general with anyone, anywhere, anytime. Think about it. We are not free. And remember the government once told us that homosexuality and marijuana were also a danger to society.