Perry Edwards, Stockbridge: “I think there’s a 50% chance that it will pass the senate. Why? Because it’s going for a good reason. It’s for kids that have seizures and for kids and adults that have cancer and need that relief. So I think that it’s a good idea and I think the Senate should pass it.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Brittany Johnson, Douglasville: “I think they should but I am 50-50 on if it is going to pass or not. Just because it’s Georgia and what we base our values on and I just feel like all of the southern states are going to be the last ones that get with the program.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Dashill Smith, Fairburn: “I think there’s a low chance that it will pass in the senate. I think it should. Georgia is still too conservative, too Bible belt-ish. I think maybe next election term." Photo by Vincent Christie.
Vickie Lee, Snellville: “I think it will pass. I don’t think it should pass because I think it will be mis-used. Because I think people who are already marijuana users will find it easier use this instead of actually going out to purchase and buying it the other way. If you have an autistic child, I don’t think you will be fair and give him all of his doses, if you are an average marijuana smoker. You are going to smoke as much as he’s going to smoke.” Photo by Vincent Christie.