American citizens has witnessed a recent alarming legistlative trend that effectivly inplies that the US govermnment suddenly has the power to ban anything from the private market it determines "can be harmful if misused"
If this were true, (and constitutionally, it's not), then the government is no longer one of limited and enumerated powers and has unprecedented control over how we citizens live their lives.
On Wednesday, July25 at approximately 11:10 am, North American Herbal Incense Trade Association (“NAHITA”) representatives were contacted by the Store Owner of “Can You Dig It” adult novelty shop in Salem, New Hampshire, who informed NAHITA Advocates that Drug Enforcement Agency (“DEA”) Agents had entered the premises to execute a search warrant. NAHITA representatives were dispatched to offer assistance to the store owner, collect facts, and witness / document the DEA’s Activities.
by Phillip Smith, June 02, 2011, 06:53pm, (Issue #687)
The global war on drugs is a failure and governments worldwide should shift from repressive, law-enforcement centered policies to new ways of legalizing and regulating drugs, especially marijuana, as a means of reducing harm to individuals and society, a high-profile group of world leaders said in a report issued last Thursday.
Richard Branson blogs about being invited onto the global commission, on virgin.com.
NAHITA provides a solid voice for freedom of choice on behalf of its members on a national media platform. The episode, featuring a focus on the herbal incense industry and prohibition against synthetic cannabinoids, will reportedly air sometime in August 2012.
- Being an American means believing in and enforcing the U.S. Constitution and the Rights contained, even when it grants rights to people and lifestyles that are not your own or that make you uncomfortable.
Emphasizing that they are overwhelmed by the statewide outpouring of support from patients and their friends and caregivers over the past few days, the leaders of the Montana Cannabis Industry Association (MTCIA) today announced they have hired Bozeman attorney Jim Goetz to help them fight for patients’ rights if SB 423 takes effect later this week.