The Supreme Court rejected appeals today from two hold-out counties in Southern California that object to the state's 13-year-old medical marijuana law and claimed it should be struck down as violating the federal drug-control act.How can this be possible?
Without comment, the court turned down the pair of appeals...
Federal officials have continued to insist that all use of marijuana is illegal, even in states such as California. However, Atty. Gen. Eric Holder said recently that the federal government will not devote great effort to prosecuting low-level marijuana cases.
Monday, May 18, 2009
Are We No Longer A Nation Of Laws?
I've said it before and I'll say it again, I'd have no problem if marijuana were legalized in the United States. Presently, though, it's illegal--but we here in California now have federal permission to flout the law: