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The Hinchey Amendment

Submitted by David Borden on
Voting to preserve and protect state medical marijuana laws should be a no-brainer for our elected representatives. It amazes me that its even an issue. The Hinchey Amendment has been voted on every summer starting in 2003, and will likely be voted on again next summer, probably in July. Would you like to make a difference regarding this and other drug laws? I’m the spokesman for a group of business owners, professionals, and individual voters building a grassroots movement to target federal, state and local lawmakers for the purpose of promoting medical, agricultural, industrial, environmental, economic and recreational marijuana policy reform and minimize the harm of laws prohibiting drug use. We solicit support such as memberships, donations, media exposure, visits to representatives offices, letters to representatives, phone calls to representatives and email to representatives. With your help we’ll educate the public, political and financial supporters and our government representatives about the benefits of marijuana and other drug issues to initiate drug policy changes designed to remove prohibition and decriminalize drug use. If you’re serious about making a difference I urge you to contact me and get involved. This country is still governed by the people so let your voice be heard and take action if you want changes made. If you wish to remain anonymous we certainly understand your concerns, just let us know you wish to remain anonymous and we’ll tell you how you can help without having to disclose your identity. Thank you for your consideration and help. JUST SAY KNOW to the DRUG WAR If you're using Internet Explorer web browser use this link: If you're using any other web browser use this link:

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