THAT Prohibition destroys communities, supports cartels, violence, and corruption, and there is no honor in upholding it.
THAT Cannabis is essential to good health and endogenous cannabinoids are in mothers milk for a good reason.
AND THAT testing for cannabinoids for DUI is unscientific and inappropriate.
INVITATION TO Governor Charlie Baker, Mayor Marty Walsh, Speaker Robert DeLeo, Attorney General Maura Healey, and all the Senators who went to Colorado and could not see what was before their very eyes.
WE WILL PRESENT THE SCIENCE: In an open to the public Education Village held at the New England Cannabis Convention, April 22 & 23 at the Hynes, at Extravaganja April 29 in Northampton, maybe even in the State House itself at a Seminar Day, and at the Boston Freedom Rally on the Boston Common, September 15, 16, & 17. There will be a well-thought out curriculum of classes in 8 areas of concern, to educate our legislators why prohibition is a failure and why cannabis is worthy of respect.
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HERE is Bill Downing standing by the INTRODUCTION to the Education Village! We are continuing to fine tune this Educational effort at...read more
We are meeting again at the Marguerita’s in Waltham, 211 Moody Street, with parking around the corner. We will debrief the NECC tabling and Education Village staging, debrief our lobbying at the Statehouse, wrap up what more testimony we want to submit, look...read more
WASHINGTON — Dozens of activists, including some military veterans, plan to light joints Monday on the steps of the US Capitol — federal land where committing the offense could draw a sentence of up to a year in jail — as part of an effort to urge a reluctant Congress...read more
Joint Committee on Marijuana Policy to Hold Final Hearing at State House (BOSTON) – The Joint Committee on Marijuana Policy, chaired by Senator Patricia Jehlen (D-Somerville) and Representative Mark Cusack (D-Braintree), will hold its final public...read more
THANK YOU! Lobby Day was a stunning success – all the legislators knew we were coming, many new activists checked in and took our educational packets to talk with their reps, and together, we delivered our packet to 200 reps and senators. And I’d say 90+%...read more
(BOSTON) – Today the Joint Committee on Marijuana Policy, chaired by Senator Patricia Jehlen (D-Somerville) and Representative Mark Cusack (D-Braintree), announced details for the four public hearings they will be holding across the state. The hearings will allow the...read more
March 22, 2017 Massachusetts State House Beacon Street, Boston 10am-4pm On March 22, activists from around the state will join forces at the Statehouse to insist that our Representatives and Senators respect the will of the people in the implementation of Chapter 334...read more
The people of Massachusetts have spoken. Question 4, which legalized recreational cannabis, passed with 54%. Unfortunately, the Massachusetts legislature has decided they would like to control recreational cannabis instead of implementing the will of 1.8 million...read more
We will be defending the law we passed from the secret attempts of the Rogue 7 to thwart the will of the people and if everyone participates and brings their strengths to the effort, we will win this. But in the meantime, we organize. We will continue to look for...read more
Legislation in Massachusetts has decided not to uphold the will of 1.8 million voters who chose recreational cannabis. See the bills that have been filed that focus on changing the language we voted for. SD.1730 O’Connor, Patrick M. An Act relative to municipal...read more