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December 11th, 2012
01:05 PM ET

Fmr. Pres. Jimmy Carter talks marijuana

Suzanne Malveaux sat down with Fmr. Pres. Jimmy Carter to get his thoughts on the decriminalization of marijuana.

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  1. P Carter

    I have a lot of respect for President Carter. I have read his books and I admire his courage in speaking the truth about Israel. However, I take issue with him constantly repeating the words that no one was harmed by Three Mile Island when he is supporting nuclear. I am from the area and my family as well as many others are, indeed, injured from this accident. It is not only the first responders who died. Many of us have had brain tumors, cancers and thyroid issues, to name a few. How does he not know this? Easy, there is ABSOLUTELY no follow-up by the government. I do feel all the nuclear scientists MUST know in their heart of hearts, without of study of the victims that radiation was released and that there is cause and effect of that radiation. Also, he states a difference between nuclear for weaponry and for power sources. If you didn't know before the 3 large accidents we ALL should now khow dangerous it a doctor once said to me: radiation is radiation.

    December 11, 2012 at 2:11 pm |
  2. momsinvadia

    All rights to be politically motivated efforts given brands are as periods the State, and dispensary involves a bit of work. next These clinics have a roster of licensed doctors jump to cocaine, studies, hemp and methods for testing hemp for THC content.

    December 13, 2012 at 6:54 am |
  3. freeenergyengineer

    I got Ascites from alcohol. Alcohol is a deadly poison. It can lock the body into a mode that leads to death. We need consistency of consideration on the various drugs. Alcohol induced Ascites, in various degrees of severity and health consequences, is a common affliction in our society. Legalizing just about every recreational drug will lead to an increase in the level of good health for society in general, if these drugs are used instead of alcohol.

    December 14, 2012 at 2:28 pm |
  4. Fred Evil

    Preach on President Carter!
    It is NOT a demon weed, and it's users are valuable, contributing members of society!

    December 17, 2012 at 2:48 pm |
  5. In home personal training Long Island

    You know i must admit I'm actually for the legalization of pot. However,with that said. We need to make sure that the THC level of the pot that is being grown is not a extreme amount. We should be only be engineering pot for the medical benefits not for pleasure. We need to make sure we don't turn this nation into under achievers.

    December 3, 2013 at 8:26 pm |

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