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San Francisco's Emerald Triangle
The primary goal of drug legalization advocates has been to convince the general public that marijuana is a harmless plant. Of course,
they are aware of the fact that so called “medical” marijuana is grossly abused, and store front dispensaries are nothing more than
legitimized (Prop 215) drug dealing operations.
Newsom, Leno, Ammiano
San Francisco's Emerald Triangle
The right choice in 2010, the best choice in 2014.
Assemblyman Tom Ammiano
Assembly member Joan Buchanan's campaign contributions and the connection to the Marijuana lobby. Read it here
Open Letter to Modesto Mayor, and City Council Members:
Dear Mayor, and Council members:
Jason David has asked the Modesto City Council for permission to grow marijuana for the purpose
of extracting CBD for his son who suffers from Dravet Syndrome. I have both empathy and compassion for any child that is sick, just
as I do for any child in our community that is routinely subjected to horrific abuse by parents who use illicit drugs. (For council
member John Gunderson to even question my ability to empathize and my compassion for children is an insult)
Brief filed with Florida Supreme Court.
Florida's Medical Marijuana ballot initiative flies under false colors and attempts to hide the facts from Florida voters.
The Florida Supreme Court should stop the misleading ballot initiative called: “use of marijuana for certain medical conditions”
"The ballot language for the Medical Marijuana Amendment flies under false colors. Most troubling, it misleads Florida’s voters by telling them the amendment is just for debilitating conditions. The amendment actually allows a much broader use. It also reaches far beyond the single subject limitation. If approved, the amendment would create a massive change in Florida’s law and culture. But, unlike a law passed by our elected representatives that can be changed as the need may arise, any detrimental impacts created by etching such a sweeping amendment into our great state’s Constitution would be very difficult to rectify,” said former Supreme Court Justice Kenneth Bell, who is filing the brief and presenting oral arguments to the Florida Supreme Court on December 5, 2013.
Coalition Drug Free California: American Medical Association's strong stand against marijuana legalization, put rumors to rest.
Washington, DC - November 21, 2013 - Coalition for a Drug Free California encourages Americans and the media to share the American Medical Association's strong stand against pot legalization.
"Rumors have long circled that medical associations are somehow supporting pot legalization. Lets put that rumor to rest once and for all. The American Medical Association (AMA) this week made that point very clear and we commend them for speaking loudly on this important matter." said Dr. Paul Chabot, President, Coalition for a Drug Free California.
The AMA's 527-member House of Delegates decided during its interim meeting in National Harbor, Md., to retain their long-standing position. Dr. Michael Greene, an AMA member stated, "AMA believes cannabis is a dangerous drug and as such is a public health concern."
The AMA is the largest national organization representing American doctors with over 200,000 members.