Medical marijuana (Political considerations (will your party follow you,…
will your party follow you
If you side with it and someone dies due to that decision would you still be followed.
securing campaign funding
loss of votes due to the decision
Can lead to bad decisions from either party to retaliate at the other party due to this decision
Can lead to change in the 10th amendment and the supremacy clause
A big rift between the federal government and the state government
A change in the Controlled Substance Act
Deaths by the drugs
under the counter purchases
People dying leading to less purchase of the product leading to a loss in profit.
Market increase in profit will lead to more land purchases to grow marijuana to support the market sellings
Addiction to the drug can cause a multiple purchases of marijuana in huge amount.
This can also lead to cutting into land for other crops, and other livestock land
New item in the Market
Agency Shop Clause (Union-Shop clause)
lose Funds to back up the decision
To be able to re-elect after that decision
party members might dislike the decision
hated by the people who are affected by the decision
Can lose political influence
Can lead to few changes to the Agency Shop Clause
can lead to some changes in the constitutions
Contradiction to the 14th amendment
Can lead to the demise of the clause due to the 1st amendment.
Contradiction to the 1st amendment, the right to assemble
loss of many unions that help the employees
People lose trust in the unions
Angry people starting a movement due to the decision
Employees losing many of their rights that were protected by the unions
Employees quitting due to mistreatment
Increase in unemployment rate
Market prices going up due to the production going down
Employees earning less than they should due to no one to protect their rights.
Possible production going down
does this go so far beyond the federal law that the national gov needs to step in
should there be a new amendment
should the clause be changed to accompany this?
Either state or the federal government can get too stronger in case the amendment is changed.
does this clause specifically say that the state cant do what they did
economy may stablize with less gambling expenditures
casinos could go out of business
more unemployed peoplpe
loss in tax profit from no sales
loss in profit off of bet loses
does party support more taxes/things to tax
does this state make a ton of revenue based off of gambling
would party support no gambling?
will the jobs lost be worth the cutting down
could hurt state to national relationship
will people watch sports less
less people committing suicide from gambling
will people riot without the right to gamble
more social time if not gambling
more people unemployed