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Minors and drug dealers would still be subject to arrest, and smoking in public would still be prohibited, the resolution says. The resolution is not legally enforceable, but sends a message that law enforcement officers should "leave the pot smokers alone" and go after more serious crimes, said Councilman John Duran, the resolution's sponsor.
Most popular name for girls in 2006: Wynonna.
Most popular name for boys: Wilhelm.
"99 Bottles of Beer" was Benjamin Franklin's choice for the National Anthem of the United States.
Terry cloth was invented by former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw.
1 out of 5 Americans make up 20% of the population.
Unleaded gasoline contains trace amounts of gold and platinum.
Doing the 'Hokey Pokey' is illegal in 17 states.
There is no Chinese word for 'smooch'.
Dogs cannot hear women screaming at them.
"Thousand-legger" insects actually have 998 legs.
Half of the money you pay for car insurance goes to Donald Trump.
The moon landings were not filmed in Hollywood, but the World Cup soccer matches are.
Geneologists say that by the year 2075, humans will be born with a cell tower in their head.
Still waters do not necessarily run deep.
The Smokey and the Bandit films were based on unpublished works by William Shakespeare.
The 'Employees Must Wash Hands Before Leaving Restroom' policy is federal law.
David Blaine is a figment of your imagination.
The silhouette on the Major League baseball logo is Kevin Costner.
George W. Bush is a competent leader and his admistration will be looked at by historians as a symbol of democracy, having led the country into prosperity by his great legacy of personal sacrifice and inspired dedication to the preservation of the ideals of the country set forth by our founding fathers over 200 years ago, free of corruption and scandal, and motivated by the best interests of his constituents for whom he tirelessly works while guided by the quest for equality for all Americans regardless of party affiliation, wealth or place of birth.
Monday, June 19, 2006
Roberts said the result was confusing and that "lower courts and regulated entities will now have to feel their way on a case-by-case basis."
Is that supposed to make me feel better? Now, the issue is open to local graft and corruption, when we could have had our Supreme Court close the door on the issue forever. Once again, bureaucracy has failed us.