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Trudeau’s pot law makes it open season on all drivers

Discussion in 'Canadian Patients' started by gb123, Apr 19, 2017.

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    sleepless_canuck

    sleepless_canuck Active Member

    Of course!

    That's how bad laws are change.
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    lol yer a funny one ..

    please enjoy the reading.,,,

    we all know and see who the fools are here at RIU
    cheers all knowing ears ;)
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    what a revelation EH ;)
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member


    Lets wager on it :lol:

    (:

    hell we both want the same result

    legalization after all no jail no fines
    simple shit realy
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    Lol, I saw Canadian pot market referred to as the dark grey market today.
     
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    CalyxCrusher

    CalyxCrusher Well-Known Member

    Actually they CAN under the new proposed laws. Are you from Canada? If so I suggest you read up before offering incorrect info
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    no no no CC( being sarcastically humorous )
    They? would much rather read my shit and make comments..
    ya gotta love how it MAKES THEM THINK ;)

    I know what he says is right but what he fails to realize is that they want to FORCE this like they Forced MMJ patients to court

    and LOST

    It was a great fight to win and will be once again for us all.
    its just gonna take some time and peoples lives and tons of money to get there...
    and that last little bit is what bugs me the most..
     
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    TwistedToker

    TwistedToker Well-Known Member

    It won't mean anything, but they can swab away all they like. Lawyers are already gearing up for a constitutional challenge. The presence of THC is no more an indication of impairment than gun ownership is an indication of murderous intent. They can do the walk the line, touch your nose type tests that will show any actual impairment.
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    lets all hope eh Mr.. ;)
     
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    greg nr

    greg nr Well-Known Member

    Sure, after I pay you $10k for the right to be proven innocent.

    Get it? YOU are part of the problem. YOU should not be needed at all.

    Unless you are willing to work 100% pro bono, stfu. Sorry. Rights mean nothing if it costs me $10k to be granted them.
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    fuck that action lol Id rather fight out of court thanks (:
    dont even wanna think about going there ever.. and adding to the business of it all
     
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    WHATFG

    WHATFG Well-Known Member

    In the meantime you could have your licence suspended becuase a cop SUSPECTS you're impaired...this little clause in the law will fuck up a lot of people.
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    @WHATFG counting on it..
     
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    berulakide

    berulakide Well-Known Member

    wow this turned into an arguement I am not into. Just figured there is no definative way to test when it is consumed there is no proof. Thus taking away the smoking gun they would need for evidence, coulda smoked in the last few days... ayway Im out.
     
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    WHATFG

    WHATFG Well-Known Member

    That is the point...if they smell it, they suspect it...they may have to prove impairment but in the meantime....
     
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    GroErr

    GroErr Well-Known Member

    The new proposed impaired driving changes will hopefully be vetted/challenged before becoming laws. Unlikely but possible that someone along the way amends the current bill. If it does pass as-is, it will be immediately challenged as there are so many holes in swab testing, no set science on MJ impairment (it took 20+ years to come up with the .08 alcohol limit), then all of the points made on human rights and our constitution. It's a feast for even a first year lawyer, unfortunately it will cost some people grief and money to resolve if this bill passes as-is.

    As it reads now, any of us who medicate using edibles could be potentially prevented from driving at all. Hopefully they will follow their own supposed fact-based decision making and back off before it goes through, otherwise there will be some costly court battles.

    If you think cops won't cross the very thin line in the proposed bill, you must have been born yesterday. The whole bill stinks from top to bottom. Stay under the radar and continue to fight for legalization, not re-written prohibition laws. Happy 4/20?
     
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    gb123

    gb123 Well-Known Member

    keep sayin it over and over and over again and

    some of its gonna sink in ;)
     
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    GroErr

    GroErr Well-Known Member

    WTF is wrong with our society, are we al turning into f'n sheep? I'm hearing some noise around this driving law portion of the bill but very little compared to what should be going on out there. Just that one section of the bill dealing with driving laws should infuriate even non-smokers. It's one thing to create laws that are manageable, enforceable and make some sense to "protect our kids" but this is blatant trampling of basic constitutional rights, based on "science" that doesn't even exist e.g. define or point to any scientific method for measuring impairment while under the influence of MJ.
     
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    berulakide

    berulakide Well-Known Member

    yes I agree this could be trouble, hoefullysomeone fights it when it happens and it eases things up for us. I just hope they let everyone grow 4 plants like they said. at least everyone will have a little and not worry where it comes from. It will be a hobby instead of a crime.
     
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    GrowRock

    GrowRock Well-Known Member

    I'm with ya this is an outrageous violation of constitutional rights. Pierre givith and Justin takith away. This is what happens when bill the pig was put in a leading role of making arbitrary bs laws that keep his police buddies busy bugging non violent mj users. Mean while back in reality the opioids epidemic runs rampant killing Canadian youth across the country... fucken politics are a joke
     
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