Failed prohibition

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Re: Failed prohibition

Unread post by O Really » Wed Nov 27, 2019 11:10 am

Here ya are, guys - for your holiday dreams...

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On the Gene Autry Trail.

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Re: Failed prohibition

Unread post by Vrede too » Wed Dec 04, 2019 12:04 pm

O Really wrote:
Wed Nov 27, 2019 11:10 am
Here ya are, guys - for your holiday dreams...

https://www.psaccess.org/safe-access-palms-springs-menu

On the Gene Autry Trail.
The first cannabis cafe in the United States opens (Los Angeles)

:clap:

An alternative to the self-serving and destructive cop lies with D.A.R.E.:
At the Drug Policy Alliance, we believe accurate, honest, compassionate drug education is a right for all young people. The Safety First: Real Drug Education for Teens curriculum is a comprehensive tool for teachers that allows them to have honest conversations about drugs with their students, equipping them with the skills to navigate their risks.

Safety First: Real Drug Education for Teens

Safety First: Real Drug Education for Teens is the nation’s first harm reduction-based drug education curriculum for high school teachers. The free curriculum consists of 15 lessons that can be completed in a 45- to 50-minute class period.

Each lesson is designed to engage students through interactive activities such as discussions and role-playing. The curriculum is aligned with National Health Education Standards as well as Common Core State Standards so it can be easily integrated into Health classes....
Goodbye DARE — more schools are embracing realistic drug education
Arming students with facts empowers them to educate people around them, whether they choose to use drugs or not.


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Oregon Is Poised to Legalize Shrooms. It’s Just the Beginning
“We see this not only as a template for Oregon but for the rest of the country and the world."


Stunning, I never imagined it possible in the US. 8-)
Speaking of Rudy, WTF?

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