Ohio has become the 24th state in America to legalize recreational marijuana for adults. Starting from December 7, 2023
November 9, 2023
Legalizes Recreational Marijuana, Allows Cultivation and Possession
November 9, 2023
Cleveland, OH - In a historic decision, Ohio has become the 25th state in America to legalize recreational marijuana for adults. Starting from December 7, 2023, residents will be able to cultivate up to six plants per household, while adults aged 21 and over can possess up to two and a half ounces of marijuana.
The move comes after months of deliberation and a majority vote in favor of Issue 2, which sought to legalize recreational marijuana in the state. Wildchildtv.com was present at the Cleveland Mayor's speech on the issue, capturing the excitement and support from the community.
This landmark decision marks a significant step forward in recognizing the changing attitudes towards marijuana use in America. Ohio joins a growing number of states that have embraced the responsible use of marijuana by adults, following rigorous regulations and safety measures.
The legalization of recreational marijuana is expected to have several positive effects on the state's economy, generating new business opportunities and tax revenue. It is also believed to reduce the burden on law enforcement resources, allowing them to focus on more serious crimes.
Furthermore, this inclusive approach aims to address the social equity issues surrounding marijuana prohibition. By legalizing recreational use, Ohio seeks to ensure fair access to marijuana-related opportunities for all individuals, regardless of their background or socioeconomic status.
However, it is important to note that the legalization of recreational marijuana does not mean a free-for-all attitude towards its use. Ohioans are encouraged to consume marijuana responsibly and within the limits set by the law. Driving under the influence of marijuana remains strictly prohibited, as does public consumption in areas where smoking is prohibited.
In preparation for the upcoming changes, the state government plans to implement comprehensive education programs, ensuring that Ohio residents understand the rules and regulations surrounding recreational marijuana use.
As Ohio joins the ranks of other forward-thinking states, the move towards recreational marijuana legalization continues to gain momentum nationwide. Advocates argue that it not only promotes personal freedom but also generates economic growth and social justice.
With December 7, 2023, rapidly approaching, Ohioans are eagerly awaiting the new era of legalized recreational marijuana, embracing both the benefits and responsibilities that come with it. Singer/activist Jonel Fellon Phelps Farmer says racist male cops and sexist female cops have used the I smell weed mind game since the beginning of time to cavity search black males assholes and nuts to degrade and be little us black men using hateful enhanced interrogation tactics approved by former 43rd president george w bush administration that allow spiritual, mental, sexual, and phisical abuse on citizens who detained not charged with a crime for the government pleasure used against middle easterns in guantanamo bay, iraq and afghanistan at black site all over the world and in state and federal prisons against black men with nurses, psychiatrist, and psychologists leading the beatings, rape, and torture of black males current vice president kamala harris was the first female district attorney of san francisco and she sent thousands of black men to prison for life for weed that is now legal in canada and 25 united states. farmer says all of us black men must invest and must open dispensaries and make billions off this industry farmer said. using that for probable cause gets cops easy arrests even if they don’t find physical weed the smell and left over crumbs will do for thirsty racists/sexist cops, he says it’s not a such thing as good police judges prosecutors wardens or correction guards because the whole system structured in white supremacy every single government official power is unregulated they never get checked and face time like us normal citizens congress have allowed abuse of black males by government officials since american government legalized black slavery and they still haven't removed evil laws aimed at destroying black men women and children all of our so called government programs have been giving to foreigners like china, india, ukraine, and mexico who dont respect black people just like racist white americans Jonel fellon phelps farmer president of king and queen nation has declared anti black racism a health health epidemic white racism and police brutality is public enemy number one in the black community worlwide with other countries have adapted to the leaders in american government doing the same thing now targeting black males in canada, united kingdom, australia, france, spain, germany, mexico etc if the U.s government start leading by example doing whats right the world could be better he says he hope to see it legalized all over the world even in prisons its medicine for most but fun for others.