Oklahoma senate bill would nullify federal marijuana prohibition

A bill has been introduced in the Oklahoma State Senate that would legalize marijuana, making them the latest state to virtually nullify the unconstitutional federal “drug war.” SB2116 would allow persons aged 21 or older to possess of up to one ounce of marijuana and up to five plants. Introduced by Sen. Constance Johnson (D),…

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NAACP Sees the Virtues of States Rights

While demagogues like Jesse Jackson spew propaganda falsely equating states rights with slavery, the NAACP realizes that the states can be agents for social justice fighting back against a racist, repressive, draconian federal government. That is exactly what we’ve seen with states fighting back against the war on drugs.

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Drug Policy Reformers Weigh Jury Nullification to Stop War on Drugs

During a large drug policy reform summit held in Denver from Oct. 23 to 26, a panel convened to consider jury nullification as a tool to bring the so-called ‘War On Drugs’ to a halt.

The event, co-hosted by groups including the ACLU and NORML, was planned to ‘explore the history of jury nullification, its use in drug cases, how to use jury nullification as an advocacy tool, and strategies for building a jury nullification movement to stem the tide of the drug war,’ according to a recent Huffington Post article.

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