Campaign to Regulate Marijuana In Alaska Unveils New Bus Ads

Jul 29, 2014 , , , ,

The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol In Alaska unveiled a series of bus ads yesterday in Anchorage that highlight the relative safety of marijuana compared to alcohol. The ads, one of which is posted below, will appear throughout the week on city buses.

“Our laws should be based on facts, and it’s a fact that marijuana is far less harmful than alcohol,” said CRMLA Political Director Chris Rempert. “Countless government reports and scientific studies have concluded marijuana is less addictive than alcohol, less damaging to the body, and less likely to contribute to violent and reckless behavior. It is irrational to continue punishing adults for making the safer choice.”

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3 responses to “Campaign to Regulate Marijuana In Alaska Unveils New Bus Ads”

  1. That’s a very good question, Kathy.

    Cannabis deaths ever recorded Worldwide – 0

    Alcohol death due to overdose, disease, domestic violence, vehicular carnage on our roadways, fatal accidents while intoxicated – more than zero

    Cannabis does not cause aggressive behavior.

    Alcohol wreaks havoc in our society on an hourly basis.

    Why, in the name of common sense, should these two quite disparate substances be treated the same or similar?

    Just goes to show, once again, “Common sense ain’t that common”.

    Cannabis needs to be regulated like any other beneficial herb.

    The deadly drug ethanol should be regulated like a deadly drug.

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