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    BY TOM ANGELL OCTOBER 11TH, 2016 A company that makes money selling food to prisons is helping to bankroll the effort to defeat marijuana legalization, a review of new campaign finance records shows. Services Group of America, whose subsidiary Food Services of America prepares meals for correctional facilities, gave $80,000 late last month to a campaign committee opposing the legal cannabis measure on Arizona’s November ballot. Also giving big to keep cannabis prohibition on the books in Arizona is the state Chamber of Commerce, which dropped $498,000 into the campaign last week. The new donations are on top of the $500,000 that opioid maker Insys Therapeutics gave in late August to oppose legalization in Arizona. The alcohol industry is on board, too: The Arizona Wine and Spirits Wholesale Association donated $10,000 earlier this year. And SAM Action, the campaign arm of Smart Approaches to Marijuana, contributed $115,000 last week.
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    Today, 12:47 AM
    Issue 7 struck from the ballot 12 days before election day in Arkansas, with 142,000 ballots already cast through early voting. Issue 6 remains on the ballot. They are both medical marijuana initiatives, but Issue 7 is considered to be the better of the two. read more:
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    Yesterday, 10:03 PM
    Jim Gray responds
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    Yesterday, 09:16 PM
    Bunch of celebrities endorse in California too. read more:
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    Yesterday, 09:02 PM
    Huge endorsement in Massachusetts from the Boston Globe, going against pretty much the entire political establishment in the state. read more: --
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    Yesterday, 03:42 AM
    seems to be a familiar pattern
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    10-26-2016, 10:16 PM
    Two new polls in Nevada 53% support, 41% oppose - KTNV / Rasmussen 47% support, 43% oppose - Las Vegas Review Journal (Sheldon Adelson's paper) Support in the LVRJ poll is again kind of low as it was in their poll a few weeks ago, but it's also worth noting that the lead has increased from 1 point to 4 points between those two polls.
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    10-26-2016, 10:07 PM
    Jimmy Buffett says Yes on 2 in Florida
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    10-25-2016, 01:23 PM
    Here's another one for you Tod. Even the newspaper reporters are starting to call them out for their BS. read more:
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    10-24-2016, 10:03 PM
    Trump being an alpha male is laughable. He would not last two minutes in the real world where the wolf packs roam. Trump is actually a pussy, that's what it takes to climb to the top of societies ladder today. Alpha male LOL.
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    10-24-2016, 01:35 PM
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    10-24-2016, 05:00 AM
    Iceland Today, the US Tomorrow? written by ron paul - monday october 17, 2016 During the 2008 economic crisis, Iceland’s government froze offshore accounts held by foreign investors in that country’s currency, the krona. Recently, the government of Iceland announced it would unfreeze the accounts if the account holders paid a voluntary “departure tax,” which could be as high as 58 percent. Investors who choose not to pay the departure tax would have their investment “segregated” into special funds that only invest in CDs issued by Iceland’s central bank. These CDs are expected to only provide a rate of return of at most 0.5 percent a year. So investors in offshore accounts can thus choose between having their money directly seized via the departure tax or indirectly seized via the inflation tax. Iceland’s freezing of offshore krona accounts was part of a “stabilization and recovery” program implemented under the guidance of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which also provided Iceland with a $1 billion loan. So US taxpayers not only helped the IMF bail out Iceland’s government, they may have helped the IMF advise Iceland on how best to steal property from American investors! The IMF's role in Iceland’s seizure of the property of foreign investors shows the hypocrisy of IMF officials, who recently expressed concerns about the increasing support for protectionism supposedly exemplified by the Brexit vote. However, freezing of assets held by foreign investors is a particularly harmful form of protectionism, while Brexit was more about rejecting the European Union’s bureaucracy than rejecting free trade. Perhaps what the IMF and its supporters are really worried about is losing their power to use taxpayers’ money to force other countries to adopt IMF bureaucrats’ favored economic policies.
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    Duly noted. Thanks.
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    Sorry about that. I wanted to put the link out fast since he was already on.
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    Rubio is a jackass.
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    Hi, you should tweet Rands campaign about the conservative civil war taking place on FreeRepublic and Breitbart concerning Cruzs and Walkers TPA and TPP support. A lot to exploit there.
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    "I moved this over to Economics forum; Open Discussion is more for off-topic stuff that doesn't fit anywhere else."

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    Sorry jct....will abide by the guidelines going forward. I didn't know about the new ones.
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    No sir. Just stumbled across it while googling Rubio. I really don't like that guy...
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