SALEM, OR. November 04, 2014 – With over 60% of precincts reporting, Oregon voters have approved a ballot measure that effectively nullifies not just one, but two unconstitutional federal acts. Measure 91 has won with a crushing 55-45 margin.Details
State governments often take egregious actions at the behest of the feds. Take the recent disgraceful okra bust in Georgia, for example.Details
Asset forfeiture is a form of legalized theft that serves as a major funding source for the rapidly expanding police state.Details
State and local cops run a protection racket for their “federal partners.”
In fact, I can’t think of a single bill OffNow has supported that wasn’t opposed by some law enforcement organization.Details
On Nov. 4, Floridians will go to the polls and vote on a state constitutional amendment that would legalize marijuana for medical use in the Sunshine State.Details
Today, I was interviewed by a reporter from CQ Weekly magazine. The topic? A report on spending by gun rights groups on a national level with a small segment on a state-level battle in Kansas, including the 2nd Amendment Protection Law being sued by the Brady Campaign.Details
The Heritage Foundation hates a plant more than it cares about fidelity to the Constitution.
A recent example of this is an editorial published in the DailySignal titled “7 Harmful Side Effects Pot Legalization Has Caused in Colorado.”Details
Oregon residents will once again have the opportunity to nullify the federal drug war as the Secretary of State officially authorized a measure that would fully legalize marijuana for adults aged 21 or older to be voted upon this fall.Details
This fall, people in Oregon will cast votes on a ballot measure that would legalize marijuana for the general public, effectively nullifying the federal prohibition on the same.Details
As Colorado’s six month progress report on its legalized pot economy confronted naysayers with news of plummeting crime, the second state to open itself to recreational cannabis sales made headlines of its own.
Last Tuesday, marijuana was officially introduced into the above ground market in Washington state, sealing another victory in efforts to nullify unconstitutional federal prohibition.Details