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Victory! LA to close pot shops
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FOR RELEASE:

VICTORY!

L.A. City Council Votes 14-0
to Ban Pot Stores

LOS ANGELES, CA – July 24th 2012. Coalition for a Drug Free California (CDFC) celebrates Los Angeles City Council's vote to ban Domestic Marijuana Cartels.

"Today's vote demonstrates yet another city is fed up with these Domestic Marijuana Cartels. Over 200 cities across California have banned pot stores, and that number grows weekly. LA tried to play nice with pot stores by allowing a certain number to exist only to find themselves up against a rowdy wild-wild west of illegal businesses that brought crime, blight and increased youth marijuana use. Other local governments can learn from LA. The lesson is simple: don't let them in, in the first place. Now we need strong leadership in Sacramento to help ensure California becomes smoke-free, from marijuana," said Dr. Paul Chabot, president of the Coalition for a Drug Free California.

Pot Stores have 45-days to close.

LOS ANGELES, BY THE NUMBERS:
• Over 1,000 pot stores on the streets of LA - more than Starbucks, McDonalds, banks, schools and parks, combined.
• 200% increase in robberies
• 52.2% increase in burglaries
• 57.1% rise in aggravated assaults
• 130.8% rise in burglaries from autos near pot-stores
• Youth marijuana use at its highest rate in a generation


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PaulScambot commented on Monday, May 27, 2013 at 22:13 PM

What amazes me is how antything like the cut and paste artist of this piece
of propaganda can treat it's own body like a toxic waste dump
and still feel it should be able to decree how others treat
their own bodies. Check out the video the following link takes
you to too see what I mean. It obviously has no respect for
itself yet insists on trying to impose its will on humanity.
It appears at the 19 sec mark and again at the 2:05 mark.Can
you spell H-Y-P-O-C-R-I-T-E? obviously it can't,
but I'd be willing to bet it can spell S-U-P-E-R S-I-Z-E M-E!

http://tinyurl.com/c53tzwc

LewisD commented on Sunday, Jun 16, 2013 at 15:52 PM

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