Bulletin from the cause: Re-Legalize Marijuana Self-Cultivation Without Taxation (Like Beer)
Posted By: Bruce Cain
To: Members in Re-Legalize Marijuana Self-Cultivation Without Taxation (Like Beer)
The 2010 Seattle Hempfest in Honor of Jack Herer
Please note that many of the early reference to Prop215 should actually reference Prop19. But I had no chance to re-edit and the Hempfest begins tomorrow.
The 2010 Seattle Hempfest has dedicated itself the memory of Jack Herer: by all counts the most influential activist in the Re-Legalization Movement. What I don’t understand is how so many of the speakers are supporters of Oaksterdam’s Prop19. Jack was vehemently opposed to Prop19 which is why he was promoting his own initiative for California: CCHH.
I, and many other activists, believe that Prop19 will eliminate or minimize an adults right to grow Marijuana. Furthermore we believe that it will destroy much of Prop215 which currently allows some caregivers to grow as many as 99 plants, in some counties.
We feel that Prop19 needs to go down in flames this November. The only people that will profit from Prop19 are people like Richard Lee and the few millionaires that can afford to secure a "Mega Grow" facility. On top of that we believe Richard Lee’s plan, all along, has been to marginalize or eliminate the home grower.
Here are some links that expand and support the claims that I have made in this hastily produced video. I did it quickly in hopes that the people at the Seattle Hempfest might view it and send a message to any of the speakers that dare to continue to support Prop19:
WHY PRO-POT ACTIVISTS OPPOSE THE 2010 TAX CANNABIS INITIATIVE: 18 REASONS TO VOTE KNOW
Dragonfly Is Correct About Prop. 19’s Impact on Patients
Toke It Easy, Man: More on Proposition 19
Saturday, August 14th, 2010
The Marijuana Re-Legalization Policy Project (MRPP) = "MERP"