The New Jersey state legislature will consider the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes during the 2015 session. If passed, this bill would effectively nullify the unconstitutional federal prohibition on the plant.Details
A bill has been pre-filed for 2015 that would legalize medical marijuana in certain circumstances for the state of Georgia, effectively nullifying the unconstitutional federal prohibition on the same.
House Bill 1 (HB1) is scheduled for consideration next year and was introduced by Rep. Allen Peake (R-Macon). Called the Haleigh’s Hope Act, the bill would “permit the therapeutic and treatment application of cannabis and its derivatives.”Details
Apparently it’s not just the feds who don’t like the states nullifying their unconstitutional drug laws.
Now they’re drawing the ire of the United Nations, which claims the legalization of marijuana isn’t in vogue with international drug conventions. Fortunately, they can’t do anything except whine and stomp their feet.Details
A recent CATO Institute blog that talked about the success of the marijuana legalization movement in the mid-term elections failed to mention exactly how these reforms have come into fruition: because of state-level disobedience to the federal government.Details
JUNEAU, AK. November 05, 2014 – With all districts reporting, voters have approved a ballot measure that effectively nullifies unconstitutional federal marijuana prohibition. Ballot Measure 2 passed by a 52-48% margin.Details
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