As long as marijuana is on the DEA Schedule of Drugs, there’s no way around it. As it stands today, federal law gives the DEA regulation power over drug scheduling, and federal law also gives itself regulatory controls over something that the constitution specifically says that it has no power to regulate.I read not that long ago that a politician in Florida was fighting to stop the RKBA violations against MM card holders.
Does anyone know how he's fighting this? Is it as discrimination against civilians? Government employees aren't above the law, and as such, when any of them fails any type of drug test they should also be disarmed, professionally and personally. This would include cops, gov building security, and soldiers. It's only fair. Thoughts?
Neither hurdle is constitutional, but both are extent, nonetheless. It’s a case of two wrongs making a wrongerer.