The Nixon administration created the war on drugs to “criminalize” peaceful black people and hippies. It was never about keeping people safe. We need to free all the prisoners who are suffering from the cruel remnants of these unconstitutional and unscientific marijuana laws.
Stuart (WTFF) – A Floridian is facing a felony and three misdemeanors after reportedly mooning people in Target and having a little weed at his house. Full Story »
Now y’all Florida Crackers know how the hood feels. It’s not fun when the government singles out something you enjoy and makes it illegal, is it? It’s not fair when your hobbies are painted as violent and dangerous, is it? Harry Anslinger started the war on weed by convincing many gullible, racist fucks that it had a negative “effect on the degenerate races.” He said that “reefer makes darkies think they’re as good as white men.” These anti-cannabis laws are still in place today, blocking people from enjoying a harmless plant, and also allowing our state and country to incarcerate millions of innocent people, mostly poor people and minorities, even though black people and white people use cannabis at about the same rate. So, now they’re coming after your bump stocks, and perhaps your “scary” rifles next. You all sat there and watched other groups of people get their civil rights taken away from them time after time and said nothing, because you thought or pretended that it didn’t directly affect you. Many of you even cheered on the stripping away of our rights. Remember that a violation of civil rights for one is the violation of civil rights for all. We’re all in this together, so start acting like it.
Stuart (WTFF) – A homeless Florida man allegedly asked an officer if he wanted to share a joint.
Anthony D. Rocha, age 48, was going about his day like most Floridians; getting high and going to Publix.
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A couple in Orlando ordered some plastic garbage totes from Amazon, and when the shipment arrived it contained 65 pounds of marijuana inside.
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A mom in Winter Haven wanted to smoke some weed. Now, in civilized places, this is no major feat. You simply go to the store and get some, just like people buy alcohol or tea or tomatoes.
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ZEPHYRHILLS, Fla. – A Pasco County senior citizen and her son say the nursing home where she lives is denying her potential pain relief, by refusing to allow her to have the medical marijuana she has a legal prescription to take. Full Story »
Kissimmee has approved a ban on medical marijuana dispensaries. City leaders voted on the ban because they claim a new state law doesn’t give them enough room to regulate the industry. Full Story »
A Florida family was arrested after police uncovered a $1 million marijuana operation powered by more than $21,000 in stolen electricity. Full Story »