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State Supreme Court ruling on pot shops was victory for families

Posted: May 12, 2013 2:00 a.m.
Updated: May 12, 2013 2:00 a.m.


Issuing a unanimous ruling, the California Supreme Court recently affirmed the right of local governments to ban pot shops.

Justice Marvin Baxter, writing for the state high court, said marijuana dispensaries "may pose a danger of increased crime, congestion, blight, and drug abuse."

Pro-family leaders in California applaud this ruling and now urge city and county officials to close all pot shops.

Drawing from documented sources, Randy Thomasson, president of, said, "Today’s marijuana is much more mind-altering than decades ago.

"Smoking pot regularly causes brain abnormalities in teens and young adults, and harms people’s lungs faster than smoking cigarettes. Most of those frequenting pot shops are ‘recreational users’ posing as ‘medicinal users.’"

See his short-video and documented facts at


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