Justices' agenda: wine, pot

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Justices' agenda: wine, pot

By DAVID G. SAVAGE
Los Angeles Times

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Dear Mike;

One of the stranger allies in the marijauna case is the Stae of Alabama which filed a brief on behalf of the defendants. Basically citing that the federal government had no right to interfer in a State's Right issue because there was no interstate trafficking involved. And therefore the federal law was too broad an unconstitutional invasion of a ste to decide for itself what its people could do withing the confines of its borders.

The Alabama position today is similar to why Alabama fought in the War Between The States. State Rights vs the federal governments lack of rights to interfer within a state.

Ron Getty
SF Libertarian

Mike Denny <mike@...> wrote:
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Justices' agenda: wine, pot

By DAVID G. SAVAGE
Los Angeles Times