Posted by | October 1, 2016 07:15 | Filed under: Good News


Medical marijuana could be coming to Virginia in 2017 if Gov.Terry McAuliffe has it his way. The governor shared his support for medical marijuana during an interview with WTOP radio Wednesday and said he’d like to legalize a statewide cannabis program for medical patients, but didn’t think Virginia state lawmakers would back him up. The governor…

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By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.

  • Yesssss!

  • oldfart

    “In November, nine states will vote on marijuana reforms on Election Day, including Arkansas, Florida, and Montana and North Dakota, which all have medical cannabis amendments on the ballot.”
    …it’s about time.

  • crc3

    Yes for FL!!

  • StoneyCurtisll

    Legalized it….
    Don’t criticize it…
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABc8ciT5QLs

    • Mike

      Exactly…Fk medical weed @ $400 an oz….. people should be free to grow it and trade it like you would tomatoes…

      • StoneyCurtisll

        Right On~!

  • amersham1046

    Canada is looking at decriminalizing nationally

  • Gary Parillo

    He said he doesn’t think the Virginia general assembly would vote for it.Why? If the residents of Virginia say yes,then let the assembly explain why they stand in opposition to what the voice of the majority want.In the future(near future hopefully) people will look back on Americas war against a freaking flower with healing benefits,and wonder how such stupidity went on for years.

  • bpollen

    Strange side note – I was in Virginia at the concert where Brewer & Shipley (“One Toke Over The Line”) were busted and held for the horrible crime of cracking a beer in the stadium after the set. I tell ya, it wasn’t beer I was smelling in the audience.

    • Bunya

      But come on. It WAS a Brewer & Shipley concert. That’s like going to a Willie Nelson concert sans maryjane. It’s just not possible. It’s inconceivable!

  • Bunya

    We also have medical marijuana here in Illinois, but it gets better. It’s as expensive as if you were trying to buy it in the street (not that I know anything about that), but I heard the dispensaries are trying to establish a discount for senior citizens who are on a fixed income.