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"If this bill passes without the ban, we will put 800 of our law enforcement dogs and their handlers out of business," Dixon said."
"As a DEA agent did you ever have to confirm the THC content or strain of marijuana to prove it was in-fact marijuana and not industrial help?It seems to me that even though both are/were illegal, as marijuana is a Schedule I drug and Hemp is not a Schedule I drug that any good attorney could use the failure to produce test results as an easy means to get a case thrown out of court.
All DEA seizures or purchases of marijuana are submitted to one of the DEA labs where chemists conduct tests on the substance and send the reporting office a written report. In most cases the defense would accept the chemist's findings. Once in while some a-hole attorney would require the chemist to come to court and testify. I think our chemists were exceptionally well trained and experienced enough to distinguish the two .
Actually, I think in the 7 years I was Agent-In-Charge of DEA Greensboro ( Middle and Western Federal judicial Districts) that we only brought only one marijuana case to Federal court and that was a 1200 pound hashish seizure.
An onslaught of pills, hundreds of thousands of deaths: Who is accountable? https://t.co/YCJyZxiiHu— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) July 21, 2019
This is a serious problem...https://t.co/GBdY4PFwzd— Dave Collum (@DavidBCollum) July 21, 2019
"A country without a media is a Police State."— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) July 21, 2019
The US doesn't have "a media" anymore.
The US has stenography, propaganda and biased narrative dissemination.
Most of the rest of the world is the same.
“If you're not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.”— Simran Jeet Singh (@SikhProf) July 15, 2019
― Malcolm X pic.twitter.com/3Z1kwF2z8h
If one were to follow their family tree back far enough, what are the odds that a distant relative owned slaves?— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) July 15, 2019
"Slavery operated in the very first civilizations (such as Sumer in Mesopotamia, which dates back as far as 3500 BC)."
Somewhere between 7 and 14 million.
The irony is that the left - with the Green New Deal - and the right - with the nationalist locus of production - are **saying the same thing.** Make things locally and efficiently so we the people control our communities. Grievance politics erodes our ability to reorient.— Matt Stoller (@matthewstoller) July 15, 2019
I'm increasingly convinced that a good portion of our political dysfunction is rooted in the lack of engineering and production competence in the U.S. We are divorced from growing, designing, making, and assembling things. It all comes on an assembly line to stores. Fake life.— Matt Stoller (@matthewstoller) July 15, 2019
The Boston Tea Party Was a Protest Against Monopolyhttps://t.co/Zf5mxNoZ1v— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) July 4, 2019
Since July, 2016 the City of Greensboro has increased its budget by $46.9 million per year, or more than 11% while overall taxation has increased by about 15% to pay for the increased spending https://t.co/1kC9rKKxAB— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) June 30, 2019
On the closing of the American Hebrew Academy https://t.co/ZufeiwHTXb— Abner Doon (@Aenbrnood) June 16, 2019
#Monopolies in the health care industry have a greater effect on consumers than previously thought. In this @Benefits_PRO article, learn what an @openmarkets report found to be the cause of rising costs and market concentration: https://t.co/ulRtg9IfJz pic.twitter.com/PM3d13Y1HL— DirectPath (@DirectPathHLTH) July 12, 2019
Get a good job so you can afford to keep paying the health care corporations more and more. America; this is what we have become. Health care costs are rising faster than incomes. Greed has no limits.— PastryPlate (@PastryPlate) July 10, 2019
This is disappointing but not surprising news. This bill gets at the heart of one of the biggest drivers of rising health care costs - exorbitant hospital bills - and big legislative proposals are never easy. Kudos to @DavidChiu and @Scott_Wiener for taking this on. https://t.co/rN9KdE69mT— Emily Rusch (@emilyrusch) July 10, 2019
da freemasonic health care system is a rip off pic.twitter.com/TIqO2LKHtC— ●GHOZT_TRAMP● (@GHOZTTRAMP) July 5, 2019
Why not reveal how much corruption in Congress has contributed to the cost of health care making it so insurers can rip off patients at insurers’ whim?— Lulah (@Lulah) July 11, 2019
Health care is so expensive because no one understands what anything costs. Even most of the health care professionals in the hospital don't understand it!— Matthew Chapman (@fawfulfan) April 24, 2019
And that makes it incredibly easy to rip people off in ways that in any other industry would put you in jail.
I will say it again. American health care is run like a criminal enterprise. Hospitals just make up prices and charge as much as they can possibly get away with. So hospital networks are buying up to create monopolies so they can rip you off even more. https://t.co/b0WVeahC4W— Jon Walker (@JonWalkerDC) October 22, 2018
US health care companies will often rip people off by assigning more staff than necessary or using CPT coding (for billing) that don’t relate to the treatment. If something sounds odd aggressively question it. They don’t care about people they care about profit.— Steve Rowe 🇬🇧🇪🇺🇨🇦🏳️🌈 (@stevendrowe) May 26, 2018