Nov 032012
 November 3, 2012
Esquire: Cannacare's Steve Sarich One Of Two "Great Marijuana Prohibitionists of 2012″

“You’ll never see me involved in legalization.” – Steve Sarich, No on I-502 Campaign Director, medical marijuana entrepreneur. Esquire Magazine’s Politics Blog has a post entitled “Introducing the Great Marijuana Prohibitionists of 2012″.  To begin, author John H. Richardson profiles one of the most reefer mad non-pot smokers in America, Paul Chabot.  This rehab-industrial-complex flack believes such War on Drugs tropes like: “The end stage is legalization of every drug under the sun and eventually prostitution.”  (Less than 10% of voters support legalizing drugs other than marijuana.) “Only 0.7 percent of people [...]

Nov 032012
 November 3, 2012
Five Marijuana Initiatives On Local Michigan Ballots

More Municipalities Should Follow The Lead Of Michigan Cities In Regards To Marijuana Initiatives By Dan Riffle, Legislative Analyst, Marijuana Policy Project On Tuesday, many Michigan voters can help shape the future of marijuana policy reform. Voters in five cities will be deciding on local initiatives relating to marijuana policy reform: – Detroit (Proposal M) & Flint: Initiatives amending city code to remove criminal penalties for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana on private property by adults. – Ypsilanti: An initiative making enforcement of laws against possessing small amounts of [...]

Nov 032012
 November 3, 2012
Share Articles And Videos In Support Of Question 3 - Medical Marijuana In Massachusetts

Countdown To Election Day In Massachusetts By Matt Allen, Executive Director, MPAA With only a couple of days left until the election, we wanted to share two recent articles that we think you may like: Scott Lehigh’s column in the Boston Globe supporting Yes on Question 3 uses facts to show why it is important to families and debunks the fear tactics used by some of our opponents. Deborah Butler’s post on Blue Mass Group – if you read only one blog post on Question 3, it should be this one. We would also like to [...]

Nov 032012
 November 3, 2012
Vote Early To Help Get Out The Vote For Issue 5 - The Arkansas Medical Marijuana Act

Vote For Natural Medicine For The Natural State Avoid long lines and traffic jams. You can still vote early today & Monday! SAT: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. MON: NOV 5th: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Early voting is usually available at the County Clerk’s office and at many libraries. Off-site early voting hours and locations may vary by county; watch your local newspaper or contact your county clerk for information. AR SECRETARY OF STATE: (501) 682-1010 AR VOTING INFORMATION: http://www.sos.arkansas.gov/elections/Pages/votingInArkansas.aspx Then help others get to the polls! Want to help [...]

Nov 032012
 November 3, 2012
Less Than 82 Hours Left To Vote To Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol In Colorado

Election Day Is Right Around The Corner – What Have You Done Lately To Help Colorado Amendment 64? By Betty Aldworth, Advocacy Director, Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol As of Saturday at 10 a.m., we’ve got 82 hours until the polls close on November 6. Colorado has the opportunity to become the first state to end marijuana prohibition. What are you doing to ensure we make history? From this page, you’ll be able to sign up to make phone calls or pick up a sign to hold at a busy [...]

Nov 032012
 November 3, 2012
Gary Johnson And Others Talk About Their Support Of Washington Initiative 502

Yes On Washington I-502 Video Washington Initiative 502 (I-502) “on marijuana reform” is an initiative to the Washington State Legislature, scheduled to appear on the November 2012 general ballot. Originally submitted to the Washington Secretary of State during the summer of 2011, enough signatures were collected and submitted by December to meet the required 241,153 signatures, sending it to the legislature. When the legislature adjourned without action in April, Initiative 502 automatically advanced to the November 2012 general ballot. If passed, it would define and distinguish marijuana from other parts [...]

Nov 032012
 November 3, 2012
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition On The Caravan For Peace

The Time For Peace Is Now – End The Failed War On Drugs Between August 12, and September 12, 2012 Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP) lead Javier Sicilia’s Caravan for Peace and Justice from the Mexican border at San Diego to Washington D.C. The mission of the 110 victims in the Caravan was to put a face to the pain and anguish of the 71,000 murdered and tens of thousands disappeared in Mexico since 2006 and to create a dialogue with the North American public to end the drug war. [...]

Nov 032012
 November 3, 2012
Measure 80 Support Surging In Oregon

Initiative To End Marijuana Prohibition In Oregon Is Gaining Support As Election Day Nears By Bradley Steinman, 3L, President of Lewis & Clark Law SSDP In the closing days of the most exciting election for marijuana justice in our nation’s history, Measure 80′s supporters have managed to pull off a last-minute surge in the polls. According to the most recent figures, support for Measure 80 may now be as high as 47%, with around 10% of voters undecided! Oregon’s chances to legalize marijuana have never been better than this very moment.  [...]

Nov 022012
 November 2, 2012
City Council Member Endorses Medical Marijuana Initiative In Imperial Beach

By Eugene Davidovich Incumbent City Council member Brian Pat Bilbray today, issued an official endorsement in support of Proposition S a voter initiative slated to appear on the November 6th ballot in the City. “With my sister having to use medical marijuana to treat her stage three melanoma this issue is very emotional and personal for me and my family. If the federal government is not going to take it up upon themselves to start regulating, allow the FDA to actually look at it so it can be put in [...]

Nov 022012
 November 2, 2012
Doctors Approve Of Medical Marijuana In Arkansas

Doctors Speak Out FOR Medical Cannabis In Arkansas Every suffering patient should have the right to alleviate their symptoms in a safe way. Any doctor that doesn’t support medical marijuana shows that they lack compassion. It’s nice to see some doctors step up in Arkansas!