Intermediate scrutiny is a legal criterion that is sometimes used to determine whether a law is constitutional. It is typically applied in cases when the law demonstrates bias toward a specific sex or gender. It has also been applied in cases where the law allows someone to be treated differently due to their sexual preference.
I am a member of the NORML Legal Committee. NORML is the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. NORML works for the reformation of marijuana laws throughout the United States. I do not believe that anyone should be punished by the criminal justice system for marijuana any more than I believe people addicted to tobacco or that drink alcohol should go to jail or prison. The marijuana laws in the country are a complete waste of tax-payers’ money and of government resources. Therefore, I completely support the goals of NORML.
When not busy with work, I practice judo. I have a 2nd degree black belt in judo awarded by the Kodokan Judo Institute in Japan. In America, I practice judo at the Tulsa Judo Club located at 4343 S. Memorial in Tulsa. We practice judo five days a week. Anyone interested in judo is always welcome to come out and see what we do or join in the practice.
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1408 S. Denver Ave. Tulsa, Oklahoma