Federal law prohibits the release and sale of any substance with the words “possession” or “deliver” printed in bold face. The substance cannot have the words “medical” or “therapeutic” printed in boldface unless it is listed in one of the two FDA-approved prescription drug classes for which a prescription is required: opioids or steroids.
The substance cannot be listed in any drug product other than an investigational drug application that has been published in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
As a state, we are allowed to do whatever we want with the sale and possession of marijuana.
What is it about the Republican Party that makes some people want to elect Trump?
Republican strategist Frank Luntz tweeted this on Saturday: ‘In the race to win over Donald Trump’s voters. GOP needs a candidate in the mold of Ronald Reagan.’
Is that a fair assessment to make? I haven’t heard Luntz’s opinion before, but here is what he told National Review Online: ‘I think it’s a fair assessment. Look, there are two factions within the Republican Party…’
He continued: ‘There’s the moderate wing. They’re the establishment wing of the party and they’ve been trying to take over the party for decades.’
The Reagan wing that Reagan helped win, he said, has been reduced to ‘very vocal, loud’ supporters of Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Chris Christie and Marco Rubio.
In other words, the people who helped nominate him for president, he says, now want candidates to embrace conservatism in its broadest, most modern form.
‘The Donald Trump wing is not a Republican Party’
Luntz is a staunch conservative who is, as the article says, ‘a fixture at CPAC,’ or the Conservative Political Action Conference, where the Republican party meets.
He tweeted this weekend: ‘In the race to win over Trump’s voters. GOP needs a candidate in the mold of Ronald Reagan.’
He called them the ‘Ronald Reagan wing.’ That’s a misleading description, according to scholars of popular political history.
One historian told National Review: ‘Reaganism was a centrist party of the New Deal. Reaganism was a conservative party of the New Right.’
But another historian told the Daily Star it was likely a ‘moderate/conservative coalition’ of Ronald Reagan as a leader and some Reaganites who wanted to break with New Deal politics and ‘reform’ it.
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