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revmuun131 karma

How is your son doing friends-wise?

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revmuun35 karma

Our governor here in Georgia is considering it for purely fiscal reasons, so I think there is indeed some common ground (with different premises) that are starting to come to light.

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Finding articles about it probably won't be too hard, but I do remember Deal mentioning he was open to the idea of appraising the sentencing laws for non-violent drug crime to see if there was a way to cut costs. Which is basically the "safest" way to say you want to work towards decriminalization, in my opinion, especially in this state.

The Chief Justice of the state Supreme Court has also come out in favor of re-evaluating minimum sentencing requirements, mostly for fiscal reasons but also to cut down on recidivism and overcrowding.

So I think the possibility is there within the next decade. Just keep writing your state senator and representative about it, provide them with facts and research data regarding the safety of marijuana, tell them about the benefits of industrial hemp in almost every sector (including agriculture!), let them know about the "Portugal Experiment", and so on. Do the same for people running for local election in your county/town since they also wield some influence on the Capitol.