Ganja...ganja..............ganja....ganja..........."Syissss.........jangan bising..cakap pelahan-lahan......jual ganja ada lesen.......jual belacan tak ada lesen............saya smuggle dari Malaya." Amerika membenarkan penggunaan ganja pada tempat-tempat hiburan seperti mana kebenaran diberi pada minuman keras.
Kahwin sejenis jugak dibenarkan di sesetengah negeri di Amerika. Tak lupa jugak dalam Adult film,penggunaan condoms bagi pelakonnya.
Washington floated into history Tuesday, becoming the first state, with Colorado, to reject federal drug-control policy and legalize recreational marijuana use. Initiative 502 was passed 55 to 45 percent, with support from more than half of Washington's counties, rural and urban. Voters in Washington, Montana, Colorado and Massachusetts voted to legalize marijuana. Washington State promises to give almost $2 billion dollars tax money received for five years to support of substance abuse, education, health care and research programs. UPI /Jim Bryant
Published: Nov. 7, 2012 at 2:33 PM
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7 (UPI) -- Voters for the first time approved legal gay marriage in at least two states and voted to legalize recreational pot in Washington and Colorado.
In California approved Measure B, legislation to require actors in adult films to use condoms.
After a long string of defeats in state referendums, gay marriage initiatives passed in Maryland and Maine, NBC reported. A similar measure was ahead 52 percent to 48 percent in Washington state with about 60 percent of the ballots counted, The Seattle Times reported. If approved, same-sex couples could apply for marriage licenses the first week of December.
In Minnesota, a move to amend the state constitution to ban gay marriage was voted down, garnering only 48 percent support from voters, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reported Wednesday.
"To Maryland's children -- please know that you and your families matter to the people of our state," O'Malley said early Wednesday in a statement. "Whether your parents happen to be gay or straight, Democratic, Republican or Independent, your families are equal before the eyes of the law."
Measures that would allow -- and tax -- small marijuana purchases for recreational use were on the ballot in three states. They were approved in Colorado and Washington, while voters on the other side of the Columbia River in Oregon rejected the idea, NBC reported.