More From The Seattle Times

This is an oped (is that a word?) from The City Attorney Pete Holmes:

Holmes In The Times

“Ending marijuana prohibition is pro-law enforcement because it would enhance the legitimacy of our laws and law enforcement. As Albert Einstein said of Prohibition in 1921, ‘Nothing is more destructive of respect for the government and the law of the land than passing laws which cannot be enforced.'”

“Marijuana prohibition cannot be and has not been consistently enforced, and keeping it on the books diminishes the people’s respect for law enforcement.”

I’m diggin’ the vibes, man.

Oh, yeah!

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