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Legalize it!Cannabis Legalization Movement ‘Weed Not Greed’ Commences Nationwide Tour

Weed Not Greed is on a national tour for cannabis visibility and education to re-legalize this long-cultivated plant of medicine, fiber, and consciousness. To free innocent individuals incarcerated due to unconstitutional cannabis prohibitions, our group of passionate progressives will span the country visiting major metropolises. We are insisting on the right for anyone to grow, possess, consume, or distribute cannabis for all the gifts it has provided humanity over our thousands-year history together.

“We are making clear that our minds are the sovereign property of each individual, and the freedom to choose states of mind is as constitutional a right as freedom of religion and the pursuit of happiness,” says Weed Not Greed activist David Krane.

The tour’s mission is to raise the issue above the level of a key election topic (of which Gallop polls now show a majority of Americans favoring legalization) to immediate health and economic concern. The number of neurological and muscular diseases that cannabis can treat is shown in the dozens, including many types of cancer. It’s potential as a crop for clothing, food, and building material far exceeds cotton’s and trees’ respectively in terms of carbon footprint, soil management, and speed of production. As a food it is what is called “a completely protein” which means it contains all the essential fatty acids our bodies require from outside sources. It’s physical structure is several times more cellulose by volume than trees, which is the part used for paper, the switch to which is a step in a sustainable relationship with the environment. These and more benefits of the hemp plant are available to the public from many disparate sources, and we pull them all together in open spaces where people can see each other, and push the legalization movement over the tipping point.

To get our movement in gear, we’re asking for donations and looking for corporate sponsorship. Benefactors get to be part of a huge history-making event that will benefit the lives of everyone, now that cannabis will for the first time be legal in America in the Information Age. Through sponsoring this cause, your names will be synonymous with healing the body politic and liberation of the mind.

Learn how you can get involved and go to www.weednotgreed.com or email info@WeedNotGreed.com.

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  1. aka Th Floridabadger on

    I think that greed was what screwed over Cali. Cuz insted of all combining their attempt! But No there was like 5 all different cases applying for the same purpose! Simple reason is they were all going out to get their own attempts be done for them only, to be the first! To monopolize for their own greed! But that’s just me!

  2. STATE OF VERMONT GETS IN THE WAY OF POLITICAL
    CANDIDATE, Cris Ericson, WHO WOULD LIKE TO BE
    PROMOTED BY SUPER PACs!
    JUNE 22, 2012 COMPLAINT TO THE F.B.I.
    BY CRIS ERICSON, political candidate in Vermont running against
    incumbent Bernie Sander for United States Senator
    and also running against incumbent Peter Shumlin for Governor of VT.
    To: jim.condos@sec.state.vt.us [jim.condos@sec.state.vt.us];
    kscheele@sec.state.vt.us [kscheele@sec.state.vt.us]; will.senning@sec.state.vt.us
    [will.senning@sec.state.vt.us]
    Cc: ny1@ic.fbi.gov [ny1@ic.fbi.gov]; washington.field@ic.fbi.gov
    [washington.field@ic.fbi.gov]; GovernorVT@state.vt.us [GovernorVT@state.vt.us]
    Subject: is any “public record” also a state record? 18 USC section 2075
    To: F.B.I., Jim Condos,Kathy Scheele, Will Senning, Governor Peter Shumlin:
    Question of whether federal law applies to state records?
    HOW CAN THE U.S. MARIJUANA PARTY
    CANDIDATE, Cris Ericson,
    PROVE that she has a legal
    right to ask for and accept out-of-state campaign
    donations, or to be promoted by SuperPACs,
    while the Elections Division is still refusing
    to list the independent and minor party
    candidates?
    Isn’t this fraudulent concealment,
    compounded day after day,
    of material facts, affecting the potential interstate
    “commerce” of campaign fundraising which
    can create seasonal employment
    and an influx of advertising dollars
    in Vermont?
    Is “any public record” also a state record,
    under 18 USC Section 101 Records & Reports;
    18 USC Section 1701 Concealment;
    18 USC 2075 Officers failing to make reports –
    considering that
    Cris Ericson is a candidate for Governor and
    for United States Senator?
    The Vermont Statutes Online
    Title 1: General Provisions
    Chapter 5: COMMON LAW; GENERAL RIGHTS
    1 V.S.A. § 315. Statement of policy
    … free and open examination of records
    consistent with Chapter I, Article 6
    of the Vermont Constitution.
    Is VT Secretary of State,
    Jim Condos, violating the Spirit of the Law,
    because Cris Ericson filed her candidate petitions
    May 29, 2012 and received a telephone call from
    the Elections Division July 1 stating her petitions
    were verified, (but no letter in the mail)
    but his office is threatening
    to withhold this information until the “week of
    July 1” which could actually be over 30 days,
    and inconsistent with “open records”?
    Cris Ericson campaign: http://usmjp.com
    VERMONT SECRETARY OF STATE – Jim Condos – Democrat
    Elections Division
    Vermont Secretary of State
    128 State Street
    Montpelier, VT 05633-1101
    In-State: (800) 439-8683
    Outside VT: (802) 828-2464
    FAX: 802-828-5171
    HOURS: 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
    http://www.sec.state.vt.us
    Welcome to the Secretary of State’s Elections and Campaign Finance
    Division web pages. Please see our disclaimer below.
    DRAFT CANDIDATE LIST for August 28 Primary
    DRAFT CANDIDATE LIST for August 28 Primary PDF
    Parties, Candidates, and interested citizens: Please Review the Candidate
    List above and email the Elections Division if you find any errors or
    omissions.
    The printing deadline is Tuesday at 5:00 p.m.
    Independent and Minor Party Candidate List for the November 6 General
    Election will be posted on or before the week of July 1.
    Contact Kathy Scheele
    (formerly DeWolfe),
    Director of Elections and Campaign Finance
    at kscheele@sec.state.vt.us
    or (802) 828-2304
    Contact Will at will.senning@sec.state.vt.us or (802) 828-0175 for
    Municipal Elections, Lobbyist, Campaign Finance and Candidate/Parties
    questions.
    Contact Lori at lori.bjornlund@sec.state.vt.us or (802) 828-2464 for
    Candidates/Parties, Voter Registration, Justice of the Peace questions and
    for copies of Publications.
    Contact Elizabeth at liz.harrington@sec.state.vt.us or (802) 828-0771 for
    Lobbyist and Campaign Finance questions.
    Contact Lelonie at lelonie.adams@sec.state.vt.us or (802) 828-1931 for
    Statewide Checklist, Motor Voter Information, Military/Overseas and Voter
    Registration questions.

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