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(KATU)   You can now insure your marijuana crop against theft, fire, and even DEA raids. Next up? USDA price supports, "pay not to plant" programs, and annoying lizard commercials   (katu.com) divider line 2
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2012-05-05 09:43:44 AM  
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Uh ya, I want to put in my claim, my whole stash was destroyed by like, fire.
2012-05-05 09:38:25 AM  
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Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: I'd have to guess we're less than 5 years away from national legalization. Too many people want it and it's generating too much money now to be stopped.


i wish i could agree with that hopeful forecast for us in america. our politicians are in the dark ages. they give handies to every powerful religious cults false morality and insane beliefs while deep throating big business. we the people can yell and scream, it's all lip service.

the truths about the history of marijuana in america are well documented. a wonderful and harmless gift of mother nature is treated like a dangerous addictive poison courtesy of those who are rich and powerful. no matter how many millions the millionaires have they always want more.

the never ending war on drugs generates a lot of money.
 
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