Go to War College. Read the topic and comments. Now consider that Phat Phlowers asked me for a response, which he called goofy and "no response," then shut off the comments section to me.
Here is the last thing I sent, and which told me I was barred when it did not appear.
Okay. I don't think PP wants a serious discussion, but on the off chance that he doesn't get tired and run away as he has been wont to do in the past, I'll post away for the benefit of those who think PP brings up serious points.
No doubt you've heard of legal precedent. In my illustration concerning alcohol prohibition I posted "nonsense" about a clearly legal way to change both state and federal laws. PP says "Y'can't do it because it's illegal." We say, "Okay, then, let's make it legal." PP says, "It's illegal because it's illegal." We say, "Yes. And...?"
Guarantee of quality control? Where do you get that with anything?
Quality control for what reason? To stop the medicine from killing people? Cannabis has never killed anyone. Ever. People like PP's cop friends kill people because they think they might have some cannabis.
To stop caregivers from supplying their patients with crap that doesn't alleviate their pain or nausea? Gee, I guess if the medicine ain't workin' ya gotta try a different medicine. Oh, but that's what this is all about, isn't it?
With absolutely no basis, PP says, "I asked about prescribing MM for Minors, and you cited some [goofy] justification of it being used in the treatment of autism." Do you believe that cannabis has no medical application? Now , THAT's goofy.
The court already deals regularly with divorced parents who disagree on courses of action to take with children in all aspects of their lives. IM13 takes care of the DSS aspect. If it doesn't, the courts will.
Your red herring about property and employer rights and a "new protected class" may or may not be a deciding factor in the election. However, everything you say puts the lie on your self-ascribed antipathy towards the nanny state.
You can't describe a single harmful factor about cannabis that is not caused or exacerbated by the laws prohibiting its possession.