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Women And Cannabis Events In Missouri

show me cannabis women marijuana missouriBy Amber Langston

How do marijuana laws affect women differently than men? What role do mothers, sisters, and daughters play in improving our current marijuana policies?

Ladies, please join Show-Me Cannabis for one of these upcoming meet-and-greet and activist planning meetings with a feminine slant. Guys, you are welcome, too, but please remember this is a space for women to dialogue!

  • Columbia
    February 4 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
    Cafe Berlin
  • Kansas City
    February 5 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
    Bluebird Bistro
  • Saint Louis
    Date and Location TBA
  • Springfield
    March 24 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
    Location TBA

Want to host a women and cannabis event in your town? Email amber@show-mecannabis.com and we will see what we can do!

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  • Lawrence Goodwin

    From the belly of the prohibition beast that is upstate New York, I wish you ladies the best in forging powerful new alliances over there in Missouri. Last year, it was only because dozens of New York ladies–mothers of kids with seizures, nurses, cancer survivors–pushed so hard that our state leaders felt strongly compelled to pass the Compassionate Care Act (Sadly, weed-hater Gov. Andrew Cuomo interjected at the last minute and forced severe restrictions on the bill, much to the chagrin of these same ladies; but they DO NOT give up!). Along the way in MO, please inundate the offices of California Sen. Dianne Feinstein with phone calls and old-fashioned letters, imploring her to cease any further attempts to be the anti-cannabis stalwart she is. If we can alter the mindset of public officials like Feinstein, positive changes will be soon to follow.