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Pharmaceutical Companies, Insurance Companies, Wall Street, and the huge Black Market are benefiting from 3 generations of addicts. These are the people that do not want to see medical marijuana made legal...who out there does not get that? I will bet everyone has someone in their family that has a pill /alcohol addiction that has ruined their life...and I will bet that no one knows a "pot head" that would steal or kill to get high...although I have known successful pot heads (doctors,attorneys,etc) that after introducing pain pills into their lives lost everything.

Marijuana was not the "gateway"...the Pharmaceutical Industry and the Media were.

 

Reefer Madness was just that..madness! The real Wolf is in our house but we won't believe it until the media tells us. 

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Prohibition on alcohol was lifted during the same economic environment we have now; and there were no medical benefits that came with that.
I asked someone today about signing a medical marijuana petition and their response was " I can't...I work for the Government"...and yes I knew them to be a "medical marijuana" user. 
Have a cocktail to wash down your Oxy is an accepted culture. Prohibition on cannabis is a bloodsport played by the wealthy; and only "We the people..." can change it.

Anything can be abused; I believe we have proven that with the epidemic of prescription drug abuse. Drugs that were meant for patients that were dying are now cocktails...and much worse.
We need less for profit "Pain Management" clinics, and more real help for addicts...not just another deadly addiction.

To me it is simple...I trust what God made, and I question what man makes. Which one feeds Wall Street?

I just ask that you take a look at MPP and get informed on the facts...you really may be surprised. Link Below

About the Marijuana Policy Project
  • Someone is arrested for a marijuana offense every 36 seconds.
  • 89% of these are for marijuana possession — not for sale or manufacture.
  • In the U.S., there are more arrests for marijuana possession each year than for all violent crimes combined.

Marijuana prohibition has failed. It's time for a new approach, and MPP is leading the way. Since our founding in 1995, we've been making real progress in reforming U.S. marijuana laws, by:

... lobbying for legislation and running ballot initiative campaigns to allow seriously ill patients to use medical marijuana with their doctors’ recommendations

... lobbying for legislation and sponsoring ballot initiatives to replace marijuana prohibition with a sensible system of regulation

... garnering widespread media coverage of the need to change marijuana policies

... lobbying Congress to reduce the White House drug czar’s budget for his deceptive ad campaigns

... building coalitions of supportive individuals and organizations to advocate on behalf of marijuana policy reform

... and much more.

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(The Washington Post, November 23, 2009)
"The same day they rejected a gay marriage ballot measure, residents of Maine voted overwhelmingly to allow the sale of medical marijuana over the counter at state-licensed dispensaries. Later in the month, the American Medical Association reversed a longtime position and urged the federal government to remove marijuana from Schedule One of the Controlled Substances Act, which equates it with heroin and cocaine. A few days later, advocates for easing marijuana laws left their biannual strategy conference with plans to press ahead on all fronts -- state law, ballot measures, and court -- in a movement that for the first time in decades appeared to be gaining ground. 'This issue is breaking out in a remarkably rapid way now,' said Ethan Nadelmann, executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance. 'Public opinion is changing very, very rapidly.'"

Decriminalization and medical marijuana bills die in committee


Last update: September 25, 2009

In 2009, several bills died in committee that would have reduced Tennessee's draconian medical marijuana penalties.

In May, the Senate and House Judiciary Committees deferred action on SB 1942 and HB 1835, which would have made possessing or distributing less than one-eighth of an ounce (about 3.5 grams) of marijuana a Class A misdemeanor punishable by a fine of between $250 to $2,500. Currently, possession or distribution of this amount is punishable by up to a year in jail and a fine of up to $2,500.

House and Senate committee also failed to act on companion medical marijuana bills sponsored by Sen. Beverly Marrero (D-Memphis) and Rep. Jeanne Richardson (D-Memphis). These bills — SB 209 and HB 368 — would have allowed terminally ill patients to use medical marijuana pursuant to a physician's recommendation. Registered patients or their caregivers would have been allowed to possess up to 8 ounces of dried marijuana and six mature or 12 immature marijuana plants.

Please write your legislators today to urge them to pass sensible marijuana legislation next session. You can ask them to support reducing the penalty for possession of marijuana to a fine here or write in favor of allowing medical marijuana here.

If you are a patient that could benefit from such a law and would like to help advance this year's legislation by sharing your story with others, please send an e-mail to state@mpp.org that includes your name, address, description of your medical condition(s), and phone number at which you can be contacted.

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