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Friday, 21 March 2014

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Kansas Senator Magenta Quakerquill and her husband Cassius Quakerquill.

TOPEKA, Kansas - After the governor of Kansas received several petitions asking that marijuana be legalized in the state he decided to put the matter into the hands of the Kansas Senate.

State Senator Magenta Quakerquill [R-Wichita], staunchly opposed the measure saying that if it passed it would turn Kansas into Colorado minus of course The majestic Rocky Mountains, The Denver Broncos, The Denver Nuggets, The Denver Avalanche, and The Joseph Coors Beer Brewing Company.

After some heated debate the bill was voted on and the vote came out 37-3 against the measure.

One of the Senators who pushed to legalize the sale and use of marijuana was Senator Faxon "Potsie" Alfenweiser, 36, [R-Topeka].

After the measure was soundly defeated he stood up on the senate floor and called the 37 senators who voted against the bill a bunch of lily-livered, panty-waisted, sticks in the mud, who are all still stuck in the 1950s.

SIDENOTE: One of Topeka's daily newspapers reports that Senator Alfenweiser is so upset that he has said that he may end up moving next door to Colorado.

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