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EVERY STATE THAT HAS LEGALIZED RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA STARTED BY PASSING SEEMINGLY HARMLESS ” MEDICAL MARIJUANA” LAWS.
How marijuana normalization impacts communities
KOMO Anchor Eric Johnson takes an in-depth look at the impact the drug and homelessness problem is having on our city and possible solutions in “Seattle is Dying,” a news documentary that aired on KOMO-TV in March, 2019. You can read the full story and watch at KOMONews.com:
This is dabbing, an increasingly popular way to smoke ultra-potent marijuana. With a blowtorch and nearly pure THC resin, it’s a far cry from the relatively low-THC joints of earlier decades. Hear from a Colorado high school student, his mother, a prosecutor and an adolescent addiction specialist. Plus learn about the impacts on Pueblo.
“The Fight for the Soul of Seattle” examines the role of Seattle’s City Council in allowing the situation to reach what many experts consider epidemic levels under the guise of a compassionate approach to people who suffer from substance addiction and who commit crimes to feed their habit. It documents the heartbreaking condition of people on the streets, and the crushing decisions Seattle entrepreneurs are forced to contemplate as their life savings and dreams are destroyed by theft, vandalism and a dwindling customer base. This documentary also explores potential bold solutions to treat those living on the streets and pair them with agencies and assistance that can provide a clear path away from the endless circle of addiction and crime.