The French Senate has passed legislation that will allow for same-sex marriage, with a vote of 179 to 159. The vote solidifes one of the main campaign promises made by the French Socialist President François Hollande,
Pa. Senator, Daylin Leach, along with Neill Franklin of LEAP, are proposing a bill that would decriminalize marijuana distribution and use in that state. Despite cannabis being illegal federally, many states have been treading a different path.
The call for legalizing marijuana has found what seems an unlikely supporter: TV evangelist Pat Robertson, founder of Christian Broadcasting Network, CBN, and one of the leading religious conservative leaders in the U.S.
For one reason or another this has always been a sensitive subject. The legalization of marijuana. The fact of the matter is that millions of Americans do use it and it could be the key to stimulating the economy enough to get back on track.
If California and the Los Angeles had passed proposed taxes on sales at prescription marijuana clinics, they could have harvested huge profits by not sending 3,500 pot plants seized in raids of three illegal plantations up in smoke.
There is some rather sad and sick about wanting to control other people “for their own good.” That is what those who support bans on prostitution demand that they be allowed to do despite centuries of evidence that this approach does not work.
The world first profession maybe getting a public image change. Over 3000 Internet voter gave surprising answers when asked weather or not to legalize prostitution. A little more then 10% still object to legalizing prostitution.
Mexico City lawmakers have decided to legalize abortion as long as it is during the first three months of pregnancy. The decision will most likely cause tensions between the Roman Catholic churches and the state.