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Old December 10th, 2017, 12:00 AM #1
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Gun ban and marijuana in DE

http://www.wmdt.com/news/delaware/la...-del/668608340

Nothing new here, but saw the news feed figured I would share.

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Old December 10th, 2017, 01:01 AM #2
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It will be the norm for all states that legalize it. No question, guaranteed.
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Old December 10th, 2017, 01:18 AM #3
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I think they should remove voting rights for card holders too. Admitting to committing a felony.
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Old December 10th, 2017, 02:14 AM #4
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I think they should remove voting rights for card holders too. Admitting to committing a felony.
I wonder how that would work in terms of state vs. federal election. If you're in a state that has legalized marijuana, would that mean that you could vote at the state level and not the federal level?
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There is a 9th cir ct of appeals,decision holding thta a nev or ariz resident with a Rx for cannabis is banned under federal law from possessing, transferring etc a firearm under 18usc 922(g) regardless of whether the Rx has been used. That has found its way to a warning on the 9733(?) so it makes it difficult to say “ i didn’t know”. The states can make their laws more restrictive but cant ignore the federal law.
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Old December 14th, 2017, 07:18 AM #6
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I wonder how that would work in terms of state vs. federal election. If you're in a state that has legalized marijuana, would that mean that you could vote at the state level and not the federal level?
On the face of it, yes.

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There is a 9th cir ct of appeals,decision holding thta a nev or ariz resident with a Rx for cannabis is banned under federal law from possessing, transferring etc a firearm under 18usc 922(g) regardless of whether the Rx has been used. That has found its way to a warning on the 9733(?) so it makes it difficult to say “ i didn’t know”. The states can make their laws more restrictive but cant ignore the federal law.
I think a person has to be convicted in a court of law to become a felon and lose his rights to vote in federal elections, whereas use of illegal substances disqualifies him from purchasing a firearm.
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There is a 9th cir ct of appeals,decision holding thta a nev or ariz resident with a Rx for cannabis is banned under federal law from possessing, transferring etc a firearm under 18usc 922(g) regardless of whether the Rx has been used. That has found its way to a warning on the 9733(?) so it makes it difficult to say “ i didn’t know”. The states can make their laws more restrictive but cant ignore the federal law.
You referring to Wilson v. BATFE and Friends? Seems Ms. Wilson had a Nevada Medical MJ card, and had renewed it more than once ... but claimed to have never used MJ. Her actions made her a prohibited person.

Now, if a physician could inflict a MJ prescription upon you and void your 2A rights ... that'd be exceptionally bad.
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Now, if a physician could inflict a MJ prescription upon you and void your 2A rights ... that'd be exceptionally bad.
Doesn't prescribing a substance illegal under federal law make the physician a prohibited person?
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I wonder how that would work in terms of state vs. federal election. If you're in a state that has legalized marijuana, would that mean that you could vote at the state level and not the federal level?
There are no federal elections. You elect people from your state for the state legislature and to represent you in Congress (House and Senate). You do not directly vote for the president or vice president, two federal offices. The members of the electoral college in your state cast their votes, in that capacity, for president and vice president. Also, your Representative to the House of Representatives elects the the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the other federal office.

All voting by individual citizens is at the state level.
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