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<p>“I don’t think so, because minor drugs will lead to bigger drugs. It never ends up good for kids who are addicted to marijuana.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">Carley Rose, Waimea</p>

“I don’t think so, because minor drugs will lead to bigger drugs. It never ends up good for kids who are addicted to marijuana.”

Carley Rose, Waimea

<p>“I feel that they should legalize marijuana because the present law is too severe.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">Glen Wakamatsu, visiting Waikoloa from Oahu</p>

“I feel that they should legalize marijuana because the present law is too severe.”

Glen Wakamatsu, visiting Waikoloa from Oahu

<p>“Decriminalizing marijuana — on one side of the issue is having the law and its enforcement. On the other side are social mores. … Personally, I don’t use the drug, but I don’t feel it’s my business if anyone else does.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">Gunner Mench, Waimea</p>

“Decriminalizing marijuana — on one side of the issue is having the law and its enforcement. On the other side are social mores. … Personally, I don’t use the drug, but I don’t feel it’s my business if anyone else does.”

Gunner Mench, Waimea

<p>“In general, I think when you make something illegal it can make people want to do it more. … With young people, it’s more our job, as parents and families, to help give them the right tools to make the right choices. It’s up to us to teach them by setting good examples and showing them the right path to take.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">Maile Lee, Waikoloa</p>

“In general, I think when you make something illegal it can make people want to do it more. … With young people, it’s more our job, as parents and families, to help give them the right tools to make the right choices. It’s up to us to teach them by setting good examples and showing them the right path to take.”

Maile Lee, Waikoloa

<p>“I’m all for it, especially when times are tough and we can use any revenues from taxes, to be put into infrastructure. There needs to be some limits and social boundaries set for sure, but I also like the idea of people having access to medical marijuana.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">Scott Rettig, Hawi</p>

“I’m all for it, especially when times are tough and we can use any revenues from taxes, to be put into infrastructure. There needs to be some limits and social boundaries set for sure, but I also like the idea of people having access to medical marijuana.”

Scott Rettig, Hawi

“I don’t think so, because minor drugs will lead to bigger drugs. It never ends up good for kids who are addicted to marijuana.”

Carley Rose, Waimea

“I feel that they should legalize marijuana because the present law is too severe.”

Glen Wakamatsu, visiting Waikoloa from Oahu

“Decriminalizing marijuana — on one side of the issue is having the law and its enforcement. On the other side are social mores. … Personally, I don’t use the drug, but I don’t feel it’s my business if anyone else does.”

Gunner Mench, Waimea

“In general, I think when you make something illegal it can make people want to do it more. … With young people, it’s more our job, as parents and families, to help give them the right tools to make the right choices. It’s up to us to teach them by setting good examples and showing them the right path to take.”

Maile Lee, Waikoloa

“I’m all for it, especially when times are tough and we can use any revenues from taxes, to be put into infrastructure. There needs to be some limits and social boundaries set for sure, but I also like the idea of people having access to medical marijuana.”

Scott Rettig, Hawi

By Catherine Tarleton