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 November 1, 2010

For immediate release, Nov. 1, 2010

Legalize 2012 Campaign Kickoff Event on Wednesday

Contact: Legalize 2012 Campaign

1-877-420-4205

{Boulder, CO} — Legalize2012.com, the campaign to re-legalize cannabis for adult use in Colorado in 2012, will hold a kickoff event on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010 in Boulder. The guest speaker will be Paul Danish, former Boulder County Commissioner and Boulder City Councilman, who will speak on “The

Politics of Cannabis Re-legalization”.

Paul Danish has been an avid proponent of cannabis re-legalization for many years. In 1992, he was one of the proponents and authors of the first statewide ballot initiative that would have re-legalized cannabis in Colorado. He is also a columnist, having written many articles about the sanity of re-legalizing cannabis for adult use for local and national publications.

This meeting is free and open to the public. All volunteers who would like to work on the Legalize2012.com Campaign are encouraged to attend.

*Legalize2012 Kickoff Event*

The Politics of Cannabis Re-legalization with Paul Danish

Date: Wed., Nov. 3, 2010

Time: 6:30pm to 9:00pm

Location:

Best Western Boulder Inn

770 28th Street, Boulder, CO

On the 28th Street Frontage Road near Baseline

FREE and open to the public

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http://www.legalize2012.com/meetings/index.html

FOR MORE INFO:

http://www.legalize2012.com

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*MONEY BOMB*

LEGALIZE 2012 ELECTION DAY MONEY BOMB

While Californians are voting for Proposition 19 on Election Day, Coloradans have the chance to kick off their 2012 legalization campaign by donating to a LEGALIZATION MONEY BOMB on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010.

In 2007, Presidential candidate Ron Paul raised over $6 million dollars in a 24 hour time period with a “money bomb” call to action for his supporters to donate money on one day.

HELP SPREAD THE WORD!!!

Donate $4.20 on 11/2!

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http://www.legalize2012.com/legalization.money.bomb.html

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Johnny Green is a marijuana activist from Oregon. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Public Policy. Follow Johnny Green on Facebook and Twitter. Also, feel free to email any concerns.
  • Nick

    marijuana is not a drug! drugs kill people!! and marijuana of course doenst? FTP!

  • Frasier_don

    You have to wait until enough senators, congress, and the pre to come out of the closet first.  How many of them enjoy their scotch, and cigars.  They either do one or both, but its legal.  When prohibition was going on, do you actually think they quit cold- turkey!