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High Price Of Busting Grow-ops

Jim Finnel

Fallen Cannabis Warrior & Ex News Moderator
Orillia landlords should not be held responsible for drug war failure. Hazardous marijuana grow operations are a direct result of marijuana prohibition.

Legitimate farmers do not steal electricity to grow produce in the basements of rented homes.

If legal, growing marijuana would be less profitable then farming tomatoes. As
it stands, the drug war distorts market forces such that an easily grown weed is literally worth its weight in gold.

Rather than continue to subsidize organized crime and put neighborhoods at risk of fire, Canadian policymakers should ignore the reefer- madness hysteria of the U.S. government and instead look to their own Senate for guidance.

In the words of Senator Pierre Claude Nolin, "Scientific evidence overwhelmingly indicates that cannabis is substantially less harmful than alcohol and should be treated not as a criminal issue, but as a social and public health issue."

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