- Joined: April 2014
Unfortunately, the laws regarding youth vaping are ignored as quickly as youth smoking and alcohol possession laws are. The parents need to take their responsibly for informing and preventing their children from this activity, particularly when THC/marijuana is used concurrently, that apparently magnifies the health risks.
As long as marijuana possession is Federal crime, the case can be made for a vehicle search. Even more problematic from the public safety point of view is that the odor of marijuana coming from a vehicle could indicate the driver is operating a vehicle while impaired and is no different the open alcohol in a vehicle or the odor of alcohol from the vehicle or on the drivers breath. Regardless of one’s view on legalizing pot, this presents a public hazard and needs to be stopped.
It’s amazing to me that the legal vaping products are incriminated, yet it is only seems when THC is involved that the problem exists. I would label this as selective outrage. Minors aren’t allowed to drink or smoke, but laws don’t seem to prevent that behavior and banning a product such as illegal drugs hasn’t worked. Let the foolish and stupid self select once the warnings are given and the information is well known.
Every gun can be considered an “assault weapon” . Once one type of gun is singled out, all will be fair game in violation of our individual right as well as the law of the land. The government would be wrong to deny the ability of a person to defend themself.
So be it, although I haven’t dictated anything to you, I don’t understand why you think that. All I express is my opinion and you can take it or leave it, but you are FREE to not act on it. What has happened to bring up all that rage?