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Utah warned about stoned rabbits if marijuana legalized

LEE MORAN

http://m.nydailynews.com/news/national/dea-agent-warns-utah-lawmakers-fearless-stoned-rabbits-article-1.2135339

 

 

Rabbits often have red eyes but...

 

Constantly stoned rabbits could be a serious consequence for Utah if the use of medical marijuana is legalized in the state, a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent warned.

 

Matt Fairbanks told a Utah Senate panel that the creatures may develop a taste for the plant if it is grown on a mass scale, reports the Washington Post.

 

The bunnies and other animals would lose their fear of humans and some of their natural instincts, the DEA agent added.

 

"I deal in facts. I deal in science," the special agent, who's a member of the state's "marijuana eradication team," told the panel.

 

He claimed that he'd seen "entire mountainsides subjected to pesticides, harmful chemicals, deforestation and erosion" due to large-scale illegal weed cultivation.

 

And at some of those prohibited sites, he claimed that rabbits had "cultivated a taste for the marijuana."

 

"One of them refused to leave us, and we took all the marijuana around him, but his natural instincts to run were somehow gone," he added.

 

 

Fairbanks, however, did not cite how marijuana cash crops would be any more destructive than corn and wheat, which have similar consequences in the area, reports The Guardian.

 

Nor did he present scientifically proven evidence, despite his claims that "I come to represent the actual science."

 

He was ultimately unsuccessful in his bid to ban bud from being legally grown in the state for people who have severe medical conditions.

 

Jeremy Roberts, president of Medical Cannabis Payment Solutions, dubbed Fairbanks' speech as "a little bit of hyperbole," seeing as the bill requires the drug to be grown i:doors.

 

The panel approved the bill, which will still prohibit marijuana smoking, and sent it to the full state Senate, where it will be debated this week, reports ABC News.

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that's a lot of science and facts from one rabbit. im no scientist but im not sure that's a large enough test group. maybe the bunny was one of those darn anarchist who dosent think you should let someone tell you cant use a PLANT. 

Nah Its all grass matches fault, he is the one feeding and raising stoned rabbits, Bawahahahahahahahaha!

 

Now you leave the easter bunny alone gm my kids want easter eggs and baskets!!!!!!!!

 

Peace out!

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