POLL: Shouldn’t Weed Might as Well Be Legal?

Question by Right above it?: POLL: Shouldn’t weed might as well be legal?
I mean its not like people aren’t afraid of talking about it and stuff, theres a whole weed subculture and there are so many references to weed in the media and stuff.

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yeah only you would ask that…

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