In my eleven years of lobbying at the Georgia Capitol, this one stands out as one of the most consistently contentious sessions I have witnessed. While I certainly understand that there are always tense moments when it comes to supporting or opposing legislation related to moral and social issues, this year’s session seemed to be […]
Enyart also reports that marijuana impairs driving “just like alcohol,” increases the likelihood of attempted suicide…
A 19-year-old has been caught marketing marijuana-laced snacks in Atlanta metro schools.
“The consequences of allowing marijuana to be grown in Georgia does create a difficult law enforcement challenge and it does put the state a step closer to the legalization of recreational use.”