340 CO Hemp Amendment

340 CO Hemp Amendment - DDI 2k8-9 Culpepper/Reeves HEMP...

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DDI 2k8-9 HEMP Culpepper/Reeves 1/76 HEMP ADDENDUM HEMP ADDENDUM ............................................................................................................................................... 1 ................................................................................................................................................................................. 2 Peak oil – nuclear war ............................................................................................................................................... 3 Food prices – biofuels responsible ............................................................................................................................ 4 Food prices – biofuels responsible ............................................................................................................................ 5 Food prices – A2: Speculators causing high FPs ........................................................................................................ 6 Food prices – A2: Price fixing causing high FPs ........................................................................................................ 7 Food prices – A2: Demand causing high FPs ............................................................................................................ 8 Food prices – world war “three” ................................................................................................................................ 9 Food prices – another world war (aka more historically accurate card) .................................................................... 10 Food prices – failed states ........................................................................................................................................ 11 Food prices – failed states war, terrorism, disease and prolif ............................................................................... 12 Food prices – failed states terrorism .................................................................................................................... 13 Food prices – more people getting HIV/AIDS and extinction ............................................................................. 14 Food prices – starvation ........................................................................................................................................... 15 Food prices – poverty .............................................................................................................................................. 16 Food prices – poverty, economy .............................................................................................................................. 17 Food prices – poverty impact/FREE MUMIA ......................................................................................................... 18 Food prices – democracy and extinction ............................................................................................................. 19 Food prices – preventing BBQs in Australia ........................................................................................................... 20 Food prices – undermining emerging economies ..................................................................................................... 21 Food prices – instability .......................................................................................................................................... 22 Food prices – instability .......................................................................................................................................... 23 Food prices – starvation, instability ......................................................................................................................... 24 Food prices – instability, economic collapse, poverty .............................................................................................. 25 Food prices – Haitian instability .............................................................................................................................. 26 Food prices – Middle Eastern instability and extinction ...................................................................................... 27 Food prices – African instability/economies ............................................................................................................ 28 Food prices – Asian instability ................................................................................................................................ 29 Food prices – Indonesian instability ......................................................................................................................... 30 Food prices – Indonesian instability ethnic violence ........................................................................................... 31 Food prices – Indonesian instability spreads ............................................................................................................ 32 Food prices – Indonesian instability fucks US econ ................................................................................................. 33 Food prices – Chinese instability and extinction ................................................................................................. 34 Food prices – Chinese instability ............................................................................................................................. 35 Food prices – Chinese instability ............................................................................................................................. 36 Food prices – Chinese instability and trade meltdown .............................................................................................. 37 Food prices – A2: China DA ................................................................................................................................... 38 Food prices – social unrest in Egypt increasing ........................................................................................................ 39 Food prices – Egypt instability ................................................................................................................................ 40 Food prices – Egypt instability ................................................................................................................................ 41 Food prices – Egypt instability ................................................................................................................................ 42 Food prices – Egypt instability (biofuels specific) ................................................................................................... 43 Food prices – Egypt coup ........................................................................................................................................ 44 Food prices – Egypt instability war and extinction .............................................................................................. 45 Food prices – Egypt instability destroys Mid East peace/econ ................................................................................. 46 Food prices – instability, hegemony ........................................................................................................................ 47 Food prices – subsidies don’t check (Egypt) ........................................................................................................... 48 Food Prices – interest rates don’t check .................................................................................................................. 49 Hegemony add-on – Ag self-sufficiency kt hege ...................................................................................................... 50 Brazilian ethanol tariff CP – Amazon Deforestation DA .......................................................................................... 51 Brazilian ethanol tariff CP – US agriculture DA 1/2 ................................................................................................ 52
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DDI 2k8-9 HEMP Culpepper/Reeves 2/76 Brazilian ethanol tariff CP – US agriculture DA 2/2 ................................................................................................ 53 ............................................................................................................................................................................... 53 Brazilian ethanol tariff CP – Biodiversity DA 1/2 .................................................................................................... 54 Brazilian ethanol tariff CP – Biodiversity DA 2/2 .................................................................................................... 55 Brazilian ethanol tariff CP – US ag DA extens – small farms k/t econ ..................................................................... 56 Brazilian ethanol tariff CP – US ag DA extens – food $ ! ........................................................................................ 57 Brazilian ethanol tariff CP – Ø S warming ............................................................................................................... 58 Brazilian ethanol tariff CP – Ø S dependence ........................................................................................................ 59 Brazilian ethanol tariff CP – Ø S dependence .......................................................................................................... 60 Brazilian ethanol tariff CP – Fucks up the environment ........................................................................................... 61 Brazilian ethanol tariff CP – Fucks peoples day up 1/2 ............................................................................................ 62
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