Jan 222016
 January 22, 2016

georgia care project medical marijuanaI received the following message from the hardworking activists at Georgia CARE Project:

Friends, this week Georgia C.A.R.E. Project was at the state capitol working to change marijuana laws in this state. On Wednesday James Bell and Tracy Manning participated in a press conference by Sen. Harold Jones II (D-Augusta) to introduce Senate Bill 254 that would remove felony for possession of any amount of marijuana. This is one of 7 bills pending in the Georgia General Assembly. Over the next few week we will be sending out calls-to-action encouraging your to call, email or attend an event.

Please take a few minutes and watch the video of the press conference HERE>>>. This was a vary proud moment for us and we believe reform will happen in Georgia.

This will not be an easy task. It will not be handed to us. We will have to fight to educate, and engage our legislators to take action.

You can help by donating to our cause. Click the donate button and give what you can. All donations go directly into lobbying and public out-reach. Ever dollar will have an impact.

For more information visit www.gacareproject.com

Will you consider making a donation today?
$10 – $25 – $50 – $100 -$500 – $1000

A $10.00 donation can help get 500 business cards on the street. For $100.00 we can reach 5000 people.

Our goals for 2016:

Fundraising: Without funding our hands are tied. All proceeds go directly to our projects and operational costs.

Outreach: We will increase the information flow to our supporters and media by news/action alerts, newsletters, blog posts and Social Media. We welcome your participation.

Lobby: We will continue to meet with legislators and and attend meetings and hearings to be sure our policies are heard and understood.

Events: Will be host various public events to encourage your participation.

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