Doing my civic duty.

Me and Senator Feinstein have had a few back and forths on this issue. (Rather, me and the intern who responds to her e-mails.) I’m curious to see what my other representatives have to say about the issue.

Senator Barbara Boxer

Senator Dianne Feinstein

Representative Henry Waxman

I wanted to bring a few news stories to your attention. To any thinking person, these have to serve as further evidence that our country needs to radically change its laws regarding marijuana.

In order for there to be a nation-wide dialogue about this issue—which is long overdue—we need esteemed national leaders like you to have the courage to tell people the truth.

Thanks for your time.
Nick Adams


American taxpayers are now spending more than a billion dollars per year to incarcerate its citizens for pot. That’s according to statistics recently released by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Statistics.


A new study, just published in the journal Neurology…found marijuana to be safe and effective at treating peripheral neuropathy, which causes great suffering to HIV/AIDS patients.

Armed with a new study showing the drug can ease pain in some HIV patients, medical-marijuana advocates sued the federal government Wednesday over its claim that pot has no accepted medical uses.

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