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Heidi Harris: All Laws are Based on (Someone’s) Morality

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  1. normapadro says:

    Maybe they do that based on how people’s attitudes change while being on the influence of smoking. It’s not always the drugs that are the problems. It’s always the people that use them. You can’t blame a plant for growing in the garden, but you can blame the person that plant it there for what ever ways they used it. They do have medicinal powers, but will they really be used correctly? For instance look at the other pain killers being prescribed today. They are for pain relief, but people use it for other things. Of course people are going to be upset about everything if they see what’s going on. These days people may not know what others do behind closed doors, but when they pop up in the news on how they lost their lives then all is out in the open. This is why there are laws of regulations. I’m not a lawyer, but can see the realities every day on the ten oclock news. It’s not an exaggeration of events. It’s reality.

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