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Collin County readers tell us what they think of legalizing marijuana

A bill to legalize marijuana on the grounds of religious freedom cleared a Texas House panel last week. What cheap jerseys from china do you think of the religious freedom argument for legalizing marijuana?George Pauksta, Sherman: Slippery slope here. What’s next, heroin, cocaine, meth religions? Kill black/white/Latino religions? Can anyone declare themselves a religion and get a pass? We’re dumb.Nan Tolson, McKinney: As a Christian, I do support the argument that marijuana is from God. However, this is not one of my main points when discussing marijuana legalization. When it comes to Texas, those advocating for legalization must utilize every argument available, no matter how strange or creative they may seem to a mainstream audience. Arguments like these get the attention of the press, and open the eyes and ears of many voters. It can inspire them to do their own research and formulate opinions. If a religious argument is what it takes to begin the conversation about this prolonged and outdated prohibition, then so be it.Tony Jack Howard, Lucas: As someone who in his youth most likely inhaled, held and then exhaled, wholesale nba jerseys and as a fervent believer in religious freedom, I would want to congratulate the Texas House panel for its forward thinking in this matter. Why should Texans be denied the pleasures, both cerebral and economic, that flow from legalization? I would go so far as to say . what was the question again?Leroy Whitaker, North Dallas: A religion based on marijuana is highly unlikely; it wholesale nfl jerseys is more likely to be a cult. Just another attempt to undermine society. I can’t believe the Legislature will fall for this.Mark Rutledge, Parker: I’m tired of people using religion as a political tool. I am no more in favor of Biblical law than I am in Sharia law. As far as marijuana is concerned, legalization should stand on its own. There is no good reason for marijuana to be illegal. It should be regulated just like alcohol or tobacco.Ronald Paris, McKinney: I think the religious freedom wording is wrong. The only way I would support legalization of marijuana is for medical purposes. I am 60 and grew up in the drug cultures of the 1960s and ’70s. I have seen some great harm done to people. If it is legalized, use it wisely and prudently.Carl Gundlach, McKinney: The so called Christian case for legalizing marijuana is absurd. The suggestion that marijuana comes from God, and therefore shouldn’t be banned by government, only adds to the list of reasons why Texas is viewed so negatively by people outside of the state. Unfortunately, it also interferes with serious debate on changing our current marijuana laws. Full legalization is likely too big a step for this session.On average, each year there are just over 70,000 arrests made in Texas for simple possession. The potential benefits, in cost savings and in peoples’ lives, could be realized with near zero risk, through decriminalization. In medical use, marijuana has been found to be effective in providing symptomatic relief for a wide range of ailments; including glaucoma, PTSD, epilepsy, discomfort associated with chemotherapy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and many others. I can’t think of any reason why we would knowingly deprive people who are suffering the opportunity for some level of relief. In my 70 plus years, I have been a regular and not so regular attendee of church services. I have to admit, that never once have I had a priest, pastor, deacon or any other church leader offer me weed in God’s name. It seems they have not got the message.God also created poison ivy and most people destroy or avoid it.Deborah Kilgore, McKinney: I find the use of the phrase religious freedom as an argument for legalizing marijuana very amusing. It seems the Texas GOP is full of aging hippies who remember the good times.Dub Lowe, Allen: This is a tough one. Marijuana comes from God, but so do nuclear bombs and bullets in a roundabout way.Where do we draw the line? One of my main concerns is on our highways. We already have numerous people driving while drunk from alcohol. Will marijuana just add to this problem? I am sure there are some people driving stoned everyday on our highways while marijuana is illegal. How much will it increase with legalization? My opinion is that adults have the right to do what ever they like in the privacy of their homes, but they lose that right once they get into a vehicle and leave their property and mingle with the general public.One thing I do believe is that no child or adult should be denied treatment from any material/medicine that will relieve their pain, suffering or possibly cure their disease.Nicholas Zejdlik, Allen: God also put poison ivy on the earth, should we smoke that as well?Sallie Henry, Frisco: Personally, I think marijuana should be legalized for medicinal purposes. I believe the main reason marijuana has not been approved for medical use is money.Money the pharmaceutical companies would lose and money our elected officials would lose if marijuana became legal. To pass legislation allowing marijuana on the grounds of religious freedom is ludicrous and to justify it because it comes from God is bizarre.I know it grows wholesale jerseys from a plant. The poppy is a plant and certain illegal drugs are made from this pretty little flower. Do we legalize opium? Why not just legalize marijuana without offering any screwball justifications?Articles Connexes: