Archive for November 3rd, 2010

Sighs matter…

Sighs matter…

... but they won't end Cannabis prohibition."Essential civilian demand" for a federally recognized "strategic resource" will. Don't let up, Prop 19's 'failure to thrive' be mistaken for a wasted effort. It wasn't. It brought people together, got people...
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Voters Nationwide Decide Marijuana Law Reform Measures

In California, voters decided 45 percent to 55 percent against Prop. 19, which sought to legalize the adult possession of limited quantities of marijuana in private, and to allow for local governments to regulate its commercial production and retail distribution. The 45 percent of Californians voting ‘yes’ on Prop. 19 marks the greatest percentage...
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a different horse

a different horse

I know some people are disappointed that Prop 19 didn't pass. You have my sincere and deepest sympathies. Now that that's over with, total Cannabis freedom will have the room to ride in on a different horse than expected. The San Francisco Giants won t...
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And our work continues¦

And our work continues¦

Proposition 19 was huge.

Our work continues. It’s about educating and building a movement from the ground up so that the political leaders are forced to follow us, with a final goal of ending prohibition. Every new person we reach puts us that much closer. We know we can’t count on a...
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U.S. Congress Heads Up ARS Project

U.S. Congress Heads Up ARS Project

Reposted here since it was deleted from it's original release site. As far as I can tell, there is no research activity being openly funded by tax dollars at the moment.FOR RELEASE: June 10, 2004U.S. Congress Heads Up ARS Project:"World's Most Useful P...
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