UPDATE: OK; we’re in the process of verifying information on local (Eugene, Oregon) pot users; stay tuned! Evidently, some people are fed up with the amount of traffic in and out of a “caretaker’s residence”; IF . . . it were a “pseudo-legal grow” would there be more traffic?
A consensus is to turn the information over to the police, but those investigations take so long; it may already be well underway – shaming them – forcing the issue, would seem the right way to go. The whole system’s questionable anyway.
Do you know a “medical marijuana” user? Does that person drive?
Neighbors, and people encountering them driving, need to know. It’s likely that people who’ve had auto “accidents” with these people, have not been informed that they’re probably driving impaired – and are, er, . . . should be therefore, liable for the costs of damage and injuries!
The names and addresses of these “users” needs to be published on the net!
Do states have a right to conceal this information from those involved in a collision with a user? Does it have the right to conceal it from insurance companies?
Why are insurance companies not pursuing this information – – – is it that they don’t care? That they just pass the costs along to all their customers? Is that fair?
Employers also have a right to know their employees may be driving or operating dangerous equipment endangering others and their bottom line.
Health insurance costs go up for those who employ users because of their ill health and irresponsible lifestyles.
Users who grow their own draw other criminals with guns into your neighborhoods.
Users spend hard-earned money on drugs rather than meet their families’ needs. That burden lands upon us all.
Recent studies have shown the statistical proof that pot causes mental-illnesses as well as cancers and other diseases.
The number of Emergency Room visits by pot users is out of control – THC content has increased exponentially since the 60’s & 70’s!
The media ought to publish the names; they could use the Freedom-Of-Information Act to obtain the information.
If you work for the state and have access to the list of users, this information should be published! If you won’t do it, let’s talk . . . . If the names on the list can be verified, I can get it to people who will publish it!