SteveC 
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Re: “Death in the Arizona Borderlands

We could start-up a GMO project at the UofA to make a coyote-hyena hybrids and turn them loose in open border areas. Native cultures on both sides of the border seem to like these scavengers which usually eat whatever they kill which should benefit the environment. Plus it would be a lot cheaper than constructing a border wall.

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Posted by SteveC on 02/23/2017 at 10:49 AM

Re: “Is Prop 205 Right for Arizona?

Prop 205 was created and funded by MPP (East Coast lobbyists) bent on decriminalizing marijuana. They say we Arizonans should treat marijuana like alcohol but that's not what Prop 205 does.

The Department of Liquor Licenses and Control administers liquor licenses but Prop 205 sets-up the Department of Marijuana Licensing and Control, a whole new bureaucracy, to administer marijuana licenses. Its worth noting that the Arizona Department of Health Services administers medical marijuana licensing (also thanks to MPP) but that was dismissed because medical professionals discourage marijuana use.

Arizona liquor licensees need to be a US citizen (or legal permanent resident) and a resident of Arizona. Arizona marijuana licensees don’t need to be a US citizen (or legal permanent resident) or a resident of Arizona. In theory, El Chapo could get an Arizona marijuana license.

First, I don’t like outsiders telling us Arizonans what we should and shouldn’t do. Next, I really don’t like outsiders drafting AZ legislation … that’s our Legislature’s job. Finally, and most of all, I think this is BAD LAW and we already have our share.

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Posted by SteveC on 08/22/2016 at 6:38 PM

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