Drive to make medical marijuana legal in Arkansas
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Sound Off Medical Marijuanain Arkansas
What are your thoughts on passing medical marijuana in Arkansas? I’m okay with it. I’m not necessarily for it or against it. There’s a good example I heard once of someone going through chemotherapy. They couldn’t eat. They HAVE to eat, right? The way they solved it was medical marijuana. It pretty much saved this woman’s life for an extra, I think it was, two years? Something like that?.
So, I think it’s great personally. I think that it should be passed. I think that, um, that would free up resources. You know, if our. Our jails are overcrowded with people who are in jail for marijuana. I think it should not be past. The benefits will probably be if it helps people like in there medical circumstances, than it’s great, but then the cons would be.
People would be getting high all the time. The police couldn’t do nothing about it because it’s legal, you know? I think that society would degrade a little bit in Arkansas. If we can do it and not abuse it then we should definitely do it. now there is probably, you know, people who can’t take pills. People who have anxiety about taking pills. That would help them out as far as their medical needs out. Then, of course, you know, there’s one Jack out there that’s gonna abuse the system. Then it ruins it for.
All of us. And how likely do you think it is that the law the past in Arkansas? Pretty unlikely in Arkansas. We’re still in the Bible Belt we’re still a big Republican state. Since Arkansas is a conservative state, mostly, I don’t think it’s gonna pass at all. I think it’s pretty likely. I don’t know. He said forty percent. I think it’s a little bit more than that. Probably around there though but yeah.
And why do you think it is so likely? I don’t know. It’s just becoming more acceptable use that as a medical usage, as it should be used. Eh, at this point, I think it’s kind of a crap shoot. I mean, I know there is some support behind it more so than there have been in years past but this is still Arkansas and I’m not sure it’s gonna pass. After the first goaround, probably very unlikely.
Given time, and probably, you know, more education about it through a 10 or 20year span it’ll probably pass. I wouldn’t be surprised to see it.