Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Pot, solar, trash tax are breakfast topics

The legalization of recreational marijuana, the possible doubling of the state’s trash tax and siting solar facilities dominated a legislative breakfast Monday morning at the River Valley Café.

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  1. Pot is here, even before we invaders set foot on the soil of the USofA. Cedar Hills comment is weak. As I said pot is here. Testing of employees should probably have been done long ago. It is not like making it legal will prompt people to use it before going to work. Giving them an excuse. If they are going to use it while working, it probably is being done right now. Legalizing it does not make it more available, it already is. Legalizing it can further strengthen the Rules for work, driving etc...

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  2. No to pot in Vermont means yes to crime in Vermont.

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