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  1. Subscribermoonbus
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    18 Dec '14 23:07
    So, Cowboy, what's the 'take' from your side of the border?

    http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30542646
  2. SubscriberPonderableonline
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    19 Dec '14 14:54
    Originally posted by moonbus
    So, Cowboy, what's the 'take' from your side of the border?

    http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30542646
    CP will probably look at this thread if he is asked to.
    I just looked to see what happend .
  3. Standard memberChessPraxis
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    19 Dec '14 17:581 edit
    Originally posted by moonbus
    So, Cowboy, what's the 'take' from your side of the border?

    http://www.bbc.com/news/business-30542646
    Of course this cowboy is in favor of the weed situation right now. Edibles and smokables are freely available and legal. Really I can understand our neighboring state's concerns. But one has to stop and think, many states have differing liquor laws. Some are very lax and as I remember can sell the stuff 24/7/365 and other states are so stringent that alcohol hardly seems legal at all. (Visit Kansas sometime, one of the dryer counties) Can Kansas sue Colorado or a neighboring state that might have less taxes or controls??
    Let us have our weed Kansas and Oklahoma. You police your states, we'll police ours. Thanks
  4. Subscribermoonbus
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    19 Dec '14 18:12
    Thanks CP.

    Well, there we have the "states' rights" side of the story. Any Corn Huskers here on the list care to chime in?
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