Homer doesn’t need legal pot

  • Thursday, March 24, 2016 9:43am
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I took to heart what Jerry Petryha said in his letter to the editor about allowing marijuana sales in Homer and how it will have a negative effect on our community.

I have lived in Homer since 1975 and have seen the abuse of drugs escalate in our town. Spice, heroin, methamphetamine, yep, we have it all now in our little town. Now we may have a marijuana shop on every corner.

I have children and grandchildren living in Homer, and as a mother and grandmother, I just don’t want the addicition and corruption because of the ease of availability of the sales of marijuana in Homer. 

Please take a stand. Vote No.

Kathy Johnson

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