Since Donald Trump was elected as our next president, social media has been blowing up with some support, but mostly with disbelief, horror, fear and sadness. There have been riots and protests breaking out across the country due to this election, and that says something important. http://isaiahbellfocus.verbdate.com/2016/08/08/reflections-on-products-of-vocationThis says something to me about Trump; if it was not clear before what affect his words have had on people, it should be obvious now. This is not normally how elections end. What is most frustrating to me is that we are only several days past hearing this news and people are already calling for anti-Trump rhetoric to stop, that we all need to get over it, respect the fact that he will be our president and essentially just shut up. To that, I say that you have your right to vote him into office, while I and millions of other Americans have our right to not be happy about it. I firmly believe in the fact that we all need to come together in order to move forward as a country, but for goodness sake, just give us a little time. Do you realize how many people this impacts? If you are not female, black, LGBTQ+, a part of any other minority group, an immigrant, a veteran, a sexual assault survivor or a disabled individual, then maybe you have not been feeling too much pain over this election. Maybe you do qualify under one of these groups and just do not feel that very much is at stake, but for so many others this result is a serious threat to them.
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Arizona was leaning toward rejecting its measure, but voters in California, Maine, Massachusetts and Nevada either outright approved or leaned toward approving their measures. In Arkansas, the proposed constitutional amendment underwent a bruising fight with supporters of the competing Arkansas Medical Cannabis Act, before the act was struck from the ballot. Couch said medical-marijuana legalization had gained ground nationally, and Issue 6 was more moderate than the 2012 act. Recommended ReadingOpponents of medical marijuana in Arkansas included Republicans like Gov. Asa Hutchinson and dozens of conservative state lawmakers. Proponents included the state Democratic Party and Conner Eldridge, a Democrat from Fayetteville who unsuccessfully challenged Republican John Boozman of Rogers for his U.S. Senate seat. Arkansas Surgeon General Greg Bledsoe served as a spokesman for Arkansans Against Legalized Marijuana — composed of the Arkansas Chamber of Commerce, the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation, the Coalition for Safer Arkansas Communities, the Family Council Action Committee and the Arkansas Committee for Ethics Policy. Bledsoe said he would fight for a responsible implementation of the law in light of its passage.
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