12 thoughts on “Will Illinois legalize recreational marijuana? Lawmakers argue as deadline looms”

  • Elev8t3D Hangout says:

    #Legealize There is nothing to fear don't believe the hype of fear mongering it is not true…The police and doctors and social workers have skin in the game that is why they are telling you lies because they have a money interest in the none legalization not facts but hype if they are asked for solid proof it is here say about what this said and that said not the true factual proof that any of it has been found to be true they have money interest in it and want to keep people criminalized for a harmless plant #StopTheStigmia show the public proof not doctored documents that are telling lies about homelessness and Cannabis they dont tell you the homeless are heroin addicts #Knowthefatcs #Marijuwanasaveslives #Mpp #Norml

  • The RekindledRider says:

    Homelessness went up? I bet it did. But not because of cannabis use directly. Homelessness went up because of the serge of people moving to the state. In return housing became very limited and due to limited housing rent and prices of houses sky rocketed forcing people out on the streets because of lease renewals and the price jumping 50 to 75% more then the previous leases. This is what happens during the process of developing a new industry. It's what i like to all the silicon valley effect.

  • So it may cause a slight inconvenience to a small group of people but overall should help the nation hmmmmmmmmmmm idk

  • lets break it down real quick:
    opposition: "homelessness went up (because people cant afford to live there due to the fact that weed is legal and people are flooding in)" "…" "law enforcement are against this because of the old days of DARE (that's not an argument. my grandma hates videogames, so what?) , and to legalize it when no successful state has done so (blatant lie) would be problematic"

    im sick of people acting like weed is on the same level as cocaine. it's no worse than tobacco for your health and won't fuck you up as much as alcohol. the biggest argument is DUIs. the problem is that tolerance is the determining factor. people who smoke regularly can drive fine. i drive high almost every day and never had a problem. not everyone can, but a lot of people can.

  • It has not been linked to an increase in homelessness in Colorada . It only looks thst way because people from illegal states cross over into Colorado because it's legal there . If it were legal in all the surronding states you would not have an increase in homelessness. The gentleman here is still pedaling the lazy -dropout myth from the reefer madness times 50 years ago . Lazy people should not be using pot period .

  • It will not be legalized in Illinois for a while. The Dems need to figure out who will embezzle the money from taxation. That tug of war will take a few years

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