Milwaukee Ald. Nik Kovac feels Wisconsin is "way behind the curve" when it comes to marijuana laws. The state is one of 17 in which the possession, sale or cultivation of marijuana in any amount can result in criminal prosecution, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
The voters have spoken, and it's clear that they are ready to see marijuana legalized in Wisconsin, said Rep. Melissa Sargent, discussing the results of last week's referendums on the issue, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
WJI, ACLU of Wisconsin, MICAH and several state leaders are calling for voters to support legalization of medicinal and recreational marijuana by voting yes to the non-binding referendum question on their ballots Nov. 6, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
"I tell people that, when I'm telling my story, I don't look at myself as a victim in any way. You're gonna try to do whatever it takes to get a job or that big contract - and then worry about it afterwards. For me, I'm at the afterwards part."
I'm not ashamed to admit it but I was a stud in high school. The ladies loved me, the guys wanted to be me-oh, who am I kidding. I'm no different now than I was in high school. I couldn't get a date, I thought a fun evening involved less booze and more Dungeons & Dragons and movies, and I was...