Attention! an Important Note to all Missourian's
July 6th 2011
July 6th, 2011 heralded a new era for the cannabis culture of Missouri. On this date we filed our first and second ever legalization initiatives. A Constitutional amendment and a Statutory amendment. Please review our bills by following the menu. Give us your thoughts.
This historic undertaking provides common sense and truth to our state at a time when such principles are devoid in our state capital. These bills would provide:
- the removal of cannabis from the Missouri Revised Statutes list of controlled substances
- protection and provision for the medical cannabis patient
- provision for the personal and commercial cultivation and distribution of medical cannabis
- protection for cannabis-friendly physicians
- protection and provision for the adult users of cannabis
- provision for the personal and commercial cultivation and distribution of non-medical cannabis
- the re-establishment of a hemp industry for Missouri
- amnesty for all who have been convicted or stand to be convicted of a non-violent cannabis crimes
- an end to the war on cannabis and cannabis users in Missouri
The month of June saw the formation of our Political Action Committee, Show-Me Cannabis. It is through this organization that we have and will continue to drive this campaign.
There has never been another time more important to get involved and to donate. This is it, my friends. This is our shot. If this campaign is successful, we will have put the legalization of cannabis on the ballot in November of 2012. It's going to involve a heck of a lot of work, probably a lot more than money, and I can guarantee you, it's going to require a great deal of that. But we will have accomplished so much. If this bill passes, 70 years of injustice will be gone and the healing of our sick and our state's economy will commence.
Join with me and let's fight this fight together. And let's make Missouri history.
Suzanne's misdiagnosis almost claimed her life. The seemingly endless flow of pharmaceuticals only exacerbated her fragile condition. Her form of cancer, Systemic Mastocytosis, seemed hopeless to treat until she discovered cannabis.
In July of 1993, Kathleen's life changed forever when her car was struck from behind. Suffering a traumatic brain injury (TBI), Kathleen seemed trapped between her debilitating condition and the pharmaceuticals that sapped her humanity in exchange for temporary relief.
Heath suffers from ADHD (Attention Deficit Disorder) and Bipolar Disorder. Like so many who suffer from mental illness, he spent much of his life mis-diagnosed and improperly and/or over-medicated.
Ever since Greg was 17, he has battled Crohn's Disease, Though he has run the gamut of of surgeries and pharmaceutical meds to treat this debilitating disease, only one holistic treatment has given him lasting relief from his symptoms. So, for 34 years, Cannabis has been his medicine of choice.
Cory has suffered greatly in his 29 years. Because of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) as an infant, he developed a condition called Mesial Temporal Sclerosis. He has been in and out of hospitals and institutions ever since. Cannabis relieves his pain and seizures and has helped him return to college.
I first met Brian at the 2009 Joplin Cannabis Revival. Brian is a Hodgkin's Lymphoma survivor. He attributes his recovery to his use of cannabis as an adjunct to the chemotherapy he received.
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