When The $moke Gets In Your Eyes – The Sequel

A full capacity crowd attended the Mesquite City Council Meeting on June 27, 2017 to show support or opposition to Resolution 928 to enact a moratorium on the July 1, 2017 deadline for the retail sale of recreational marijuana in the City of Mesquite. The City Council then discussed their resolve to delay the June 30, 2017 end of “Prohibition” of recreational marijuana retail sales. I suppose a resolve to declare a law is only as good as a law declaring a resolve. Mayor Al Litman who had introduced the topic in his mayoral address and comments stated that he strongly opposes the resolution.

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Words Are Of The Utmost Importance.

In our current world gone insane we can easily see the root cause of the wild and crazy events surrounding us in an ever-increasing cloud of insecurity, fear and lies that are a long way from any discernable truths. We know that we cannot always be counted on to act responsibly and cautiously with words. Words are important and we should have learned from those that use words in such careless ways and we should have learned from the results of careless words in the calamities of the 20th century bloodbaths (total lives lost over 150 million) and those lives were lost because of stupid words pertaining to making countries great, superior and portraying their murderous aggression as beautiful. Nothing beautiful about destruction. Romanticizing and waxing poetically about destruction is not decent even when the destruction is necessary to stop those that are already insane.

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When The Smoke Gets In Your $$Eyes$$

Now that recreational use of marijuana has been decriminalized, the Nevada state legislature is considering a bill that will enable local authorities to issue permits to allow marijuana smoking in public places such as casinos. The bill (Nevada SB236) was introduced on March 6, 2017 and passed to the Nevada Senate Judiciary Committee for deliberation and debate before it is presented to the Senate for a vote. The title of the bill and brief description is presented as follows:
“Requires a license or permit issued by a local government to operate certain businesses in which the use of marijuana is allowed or to allow the use of marijuana at certain events.” (BDR 20-43)
The full text may be viewed at: https://legiscan.com/NV/text/SB236/2017.
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