Arizona's bias is showing again
By The Times editorial board
Story | Feb 25, 2014 | 5:19 PM
Not content to have besmirched their state's reputation by passing a mean-spirited immigration law, legislators in Arizona have approved an equally objectionable bill that would make it easier for businesses to discriminate against gays and lesbians.
*I don’t know why people care so much about gay and lesbian relations, its none of anyone’s business. If you don’t believe it doesn’t mean you have to make laws to prohibit it. To solve this problem people just need to stop sticking their noses were they don’t belong. People have to right to love who ever they want(Period)
By Tony Perry February 25, 2014, 6:47 p.m.
SAN DIEGO -- After years of wrangling, delay and study, the City Council on Tuesday approved a zoning plan that will allow less than three dozen medical marijuana dispensaries within the city.
The plan will allow no more than four dispensaries in each council district.
With one of nine districts already off-limits because of the density of its housing, that would allow a maximum of 32 dispensaries for a city of more than 1.3 million.
*I don’t know why the government has to be able to control everything, instead of putting tax payer money into trying to control this issue they can let it do its own thing. If they taxed the sale of marijuana the U.S dept. would dramatically decrease. In order to fix this just let it take it own course, I might need minor regulation but taxing it should help the Government more than limiting its sale.
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