Robin Shellow Attorney | How 1.3 grams of marijuana can effect your second amendment rights
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Marijuana Madness

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Recently, Fond du Lac County District Attorney, Eric Toney, saw fit to charge a local man with a felony, a charge which carries with it the added punishment of denying a potentially convicted citizen of their 2nd Amendment Rights, preventing them from ever owning a firearm. And what heinous act was allegedly committed by this person to warrant such a charge? Possession of 1.3 grams of marijuana. That’s right, not even enough contraband pot to keep a high school party entertained for an hour, or roughly enough to keep your average arthritis sufferer pain free for about a week. Apparently Hillary Clinton is not the only elected official interested in supposedly stripping gun rights from American citizens.

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