It must be lovely to live in a state where all of its issues have been resolved and the word "marijuana" has been prohibited from being used in any context.
That is correct. They did not partake in the drug's consumption. They would not do that. The use of the word is prohibited in Washington State.
This is not a misspelling.
The state legislature in Washington has unanimously approved a bill that removes the word "racist" from all official state laws and papers.
Do you seriously think that I am joking? Well, alas, I'm not.
Melanie Morgan, a representative from Washington state, indicated in evidence given the year prior that the term "marijuana" is in and of itself racist and insulting. Morgan supported the legislation being discussed. Marijuana use for recreational purposes rose in prevalence and came to be adversely connected with immigration from Mexico.
It blows my mind that I have never witnessed or even heard of white folks partaking in the use of marijuana. Ever!
Morgan said than even though it might appear simple, it's only one word and that t he truth is that we are righting all of the wrongs that have been done to people of color in relation to marijuana.
This is a really absurd suggestion. Obviously, the entirety of the legislative body. It was approved without a single vote being cast against it, and Governor Jay Inslee put his signature on it. On the other hand, it won't take effect until the month of June.
This is absurd, but I think I know where they're going with this. It would appear that the codification of the idea that marijuana is racist could be used as a pretense to enable tax dollars from the cannabis market to be set aside particularly for investing into minority communities. This would be the case if the concept that marijuana is racist were to be used as a justification for this action.
When those profits are used to pay college scholarships, we will have the satisfaction of knowing that the industry was successful. There is a possibility that a family will like to buy a house, however they are originally from the Central District of Seattle. They feel that they could get a better deal on housing in their hometown, so they would prefer to go back there. They might qualify for a loan if they had access to these cash. The proprietor of the Hollingsworth Cannabis Company, Joy Hollingsworth, has indicated that she is searching for innovative approaches to produce community solutions that are scalable and have an effective effect.
Is there a racial slur in the headline of this article?
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Republican Update.