prohibition

Bootlegger Vodka, a Foreshadowing of Things to Come for the Legalization of Marijuana

By: Esther Rubio-Sheffrey Once upon a time, alcohol was illegal. Conservative and religious organizations, predominantly the Women’s Christian Temperance Union, succeeded in persuading politicians to enact the Constitution’s 18th Amendment,…

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Does the prohibition of cannabis restrict religious freedom? Marijuana and the First Amendment

By: Simon Eddisbury The First Amendment guarantees American citizens the right to practice their faith without the fear of prejudice. Yet, the dozen or so religious groups whose beliefs involve…

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El Centro PROVINCIAL CITY COUNCIL’S BAN ON DISPENSARIES MAY BE UNCONSTITUTIONAL by Leo E. Laurence, J.D., Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, San Diego © 2010 The five-member city council in El…

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L.E.A.P. CAMPAIGN FOR PROP. 19 SWEEPS INTO THE IMPERIAL VALLEY By Leo E. Laurence, J.D. San Diego – Hillcrest former deputy sheriff, D.A.’s office Hundreds of college students and Rotarians…

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Law Enforcement Against Prohibition

PASSING MARIJUANA INITIATIVE ON NOV. BALLOT CAN LARGELY SOLVE STATE/SAN DIEGO BUDGET PROBLEMS By Leo E. Laurence, J.D. We are sooooo close to winning passage of Proposition 19, the initiative…

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