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Should recreational marijuana legalization be part of Missouri's special session?

Should recreational marijuana legalization be part of Missouri's special session?

Yes

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No

4

Yes

4 Comments
Tanner De Rosa
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Tanner De Rosa

Missouri Deserves Better than the Legal MO 22 monopoly! Vote No on Amendment 3!!

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Eldon Orr
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Eldon Orr

the governor has already stated that the "amendment 3" is fraudulent and is a bonus ONLY to the monopoly that has already ruined the medicinal cannabis market in Missouri. He needs to make a stand and PUSH the legislature to derail the monopoly's deceptive initiative.

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Dennis Keating
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Dennis Keating

it is time to give up on calling it a drug. It is less harmful than drinking. and it is another way for Missouri to add a tax to it to cover other important items.

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No

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Zaos Gonzolez
1
Zaos Gonzolez

I buy all of my drugs from Hunter Biden. It makes the most delicious chicken parm!!!

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Adam
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Adam

Still waiting for the Governor to decide what to do about that surplus of state tax money. He was supposed to decide in July.

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Vernon Taylor
Vernon Taylor

Why do think he called the Special Session?

Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

The governor probably needs approval from the house and senate before it becomes law. He is not a dictator like Biden.

Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

Why on earth should the Special Session address this? Missouri voters will decide in two months as to whether or not it will be legalized. Cornball question attempting to create more division among the citizens.

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Should Mizzou be proud of its narrow loss to No. 1 Georgia?

Should Mizzou be proud of its narrow loss to No. 1 Georgia?

Yes

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No

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Yes

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No

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Are you worried that electronic surveillance is becoming too intrusive?

Are you worried that electronic surveillance is becoming too intrusive?

Yes

4

No

2

Yes

4 Comments
Jama Rahn
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Jama Rahn

I'm unsure, possibly Benjamin Franklin, said that once we begin giving up our liberties in the name of safety is the day democracy begins to die. Okay, so the words aren't 100% and I'm unsure who is "quoted",but we are headed in that direction. Im notcomfortable with camera etc4 poss future threat

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

"No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms." - Thomas Jefferson, Virginia Constitution, Draft 1, 1776 "I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery." - Thomas Jefferson, letter to James Madison, January 30, 1787

Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

For obvious reasons, yes I am.

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No

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Harry D
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Harry D

I am more worried about being tracked and spied on by my cell phone. Save some of your COVID masks, they are worthless at preventing COVID but might help protect you against facial recognition surveillance at the upcoming anti-gov protests. Leave your phone at home when going to protests.

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Lida Vitt
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Lida Vitt

Because we need it to assist with catching the criminals to keep our community safer. Witnesses are afraid to come forward, and the police are short handed.

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

The govt has facial recognition of all the domestic terrorists in Portland Or. but won't prosecute them, but will go after innocent mothers at school board meetings. Go figure, you may be the next one arrested. Your own words from three months ago. "Privacy concerns and government over reach!" LGB

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