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Online Medical Marijuana Marketplace Endorses Prop. 19

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After considering all the facts around Proposition 19, the Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act of 2010, PlainView Systems, LLC officially endorses Proposition 19 and strongly urges California voters to do the same.

“This proposition, if passed into law, would enhance the rights of all marijuana users and create a public policy that would greatly benefit Californians through proper regulations and taxation of cannabis products and services sold to the public,” said John Lee, CEO of PlainView Systems, LLC. “In addition, it would legalize possession of a small amount of marijuana for private use. These are NOT bad things!”

“Prop 19 is a bold move forward in the fight for legalization of marijuana nationwide. It lays out a clearer framework for commerce in this truly green industry!” , PlainView Systems, LLC officially endorses Proposition 19 and strongly urges California voters to do the same.

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  1. This proposition, if passed into law, would enhance the rights of all marijuana users and create a public policy that would greatly benefit Californians through proper regulations and taxation of cannabis products and services sold to the public!!! Thanks!!!

  2. I believe the drug companies feel threaten by the obvious benefits of marijuana because (it is a natural alternative to standard pharmaceutical treatments for pain) making Drug companies lose millions in revenue. Plus it will help stimulate the economy rather than harm it. I’m all for California Proposition 19 (prop19) which legalizes marijuana. There is a really interesting T-Shirt about Prop 19 that is fairly eye catching you got to check it out. A few known celebrities supports prop19 which is on the website as well. http://www.prop19tshirt.com

  3. First of all how much credibility should be given to someone or group who can’t even get the title of the proposition correct? It is the “The Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act of 2010.”
    Second it refers to recreational use and makes no mention of medical use. That is one reason Dennis Peron, the creator of medical marijuana’s prop 215 has come out against it. Cannabis is a medicine and we use it to cope with stress and pain and numerous other medical uses. This bill does not mention medical use at all in the text of the actual law.
    In California we have a long history of “Doublespeak” initiatives and unfortunately this is another one that is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. It only legalizes 1 oz or less (the amount Arnold, our governor, just lowered to an infraction with only a $100 fine). It places so many other restrictions that it will be a big step backwards. I am a cal medical user, I originally believed what they said about it not restricting medical use and thought that this so called legalization would be a step forward. I have since changed my mind.
    Cannabis is currently legal in ca to possess and cultivate (in LA county you are allowed 6 mature and 12 immature plants and CA supreme court just struck down restrictions on attempts at limiting amount you are allowed by medical med 215) and it is not hard to get a Dr ok for stress related medical use. This new law restricts your grow area to 25 square ft per residence effectively eliminating the rights of current growers to even have plants in both vegetative and flowering stages and what if you are currently growing for someone else also? After reading the actual bill in my election guide and realizing it will tax & restrict my rights as a medical user, I am no longer fooled by the misinformation. Here is link that explains it by an attorney. WHY PRO-POT ACTIVISTS OPPOSE THE 2010 TAX CANNABIS INITIATIVE: 18 REASONS TO VOTE KNOW http://thehive.modbee.com/node/20404http://votetaxcannabis2010.blogspot.com/2010/07/why-pro-pot-activists-oppose-2010-tax.html
    Prop 19 would restrict the rights of current medical users to grow their own medicine contrary to what proponents are saying. It looks like it is intended to force mom & pop growers and users to buy from big corporate growers who will be the only ones “lawfully authorized” to grow it. My alarm went off when I realized the language referring to current law for medical use “except as permitted under Sections 11362.5 and 11362.7 through 11362.9 of the Health and Safety Code”, is only in the preliminary section and suspiciously missing from the actual law. Read the law yourself here and decide if your willing to give up your rights. http://www.voterguide.sos.ca.gov/pdf/english/text-proposed-laws.pdf
    The special interest groups who put this on the ballot did it to benefit themselves. A proposition cannot be easily revoked so once the corporations take over it will be very hard to get our rights back. If you are under 21 this law adds much more penalties and restrictions. Its not legalization its “Regulate, control & tax” vote no!