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Radio Buzz: Pot Ice Cream Debate; Healthcare Law begins to take effect today.
Pot ice cream? If Californias Prop 19 passes this November – should it be made legal?
“On paper – there’s reason to do it. And will it bring legions of new pot smokers to the product – because it’s now legal? I mean – an argument could now be made that maybe it’s better than them drinking alcohol.”
Texas based attorney with David, Goodman, & Madole – Clint David – speaking with Chip at KOGO in San Diego.
Opponents of the ice cream are concerned – should parents be held negligent if this ice cream is stored in the freezer RIGHT NEXT to the Ben & Jerry’s and their child mistakenly takes out the wrong container of ice cream?
Available in half pints – the “high cream” – contains the equivalent of about 8 joints.
Users claim to not taste the marijuana – but feel it’s effects.
One of the available flavors – “banabis foster”.
A year later – provisions of the new healthcare law begin to take effect – today.
What do these changes mean to the average person?
That question asked of Hanns Kuttner – by Dan at WOC in Davenport, IA.
“At the average person level – um – there probably aren’t going to be that many changes. These take effect for whenever your healthplan renewal comes up. So – for a lot of people – while the law takes effect today – it takes effect when your plan next change – which is usually for most people – January 1st.”
Kuttner is a former member of the White House Domestic Policy Staff with responsibility for health and social service programs under the Bush Administration and a Fellow at the Hudson Institute.
Big Insurers including Anthem Blue Cross, Aetna Inc, and others – plan to stop selling new child – only policies as soon as today – citing potentially huge and unexpected costs for insuring children.
I’m Jessica Curtis and that’s your talk radio buzz – from Fox News Radio.