People Before Profit

Who will speak for the dead? Who will stand for those who cannot?
We all must.
We have come to understand that meaning lies in service to others, fighting for the good of all. We can think of no greater service to the people of this country and the world than helping to end cannabis prohibition in the United States.

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Safe Harbor

Cannabis is the way, veterans are the means, and legalization is the end. But we know legalization alone does not undo the damage that the last 80 years of anti-science and anti-human decisions and behavior. As we approach the end of this nearly century-long injustice, we can see the pitfalls of placing profit before patients, investors before the environment. It rests with us as citizens to come together then to end prohibition in a way that serves all Americans, reform cannabis laws across the country, and restore the rights of those who have been injured by the Drug War.

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Building a Fire

Instead of thanking a veteran for their service, tell them you’re voting for candidates who support cannabis reform. Instead of buying a service member a meal, tell them you’re pushing your member of Congress to make CBD available to troops in the field. Instead of standing back and letting apathy and cynicism poison your outlook, take positive action.

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CARERS Act of 2019—An In-Depth Look

The bill includes several provisions: it protects cannabis patients and businesses in compliance with their state laws from federal prosecution; excludes cannabidiol (CBD) from the federal definition of ‘marijuana’; compels the Attorney General and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to license additional medical cannabis cultivators and researchers; and authorizes doctors in the Department of Veterans Affairs to recommend medical cannabis to veteran patients in-line with respective state law

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Represent Cannabis

We remake the world every day. Today and tomorrow and every day after is another opportunity to do something to create the kind of society you want to live in—do we want a world where a person is imprisoned for decades for cannabis possession or one where we people have access to a host of effective medicines capable of saving lives? The pathway to retaking our power and ensuring that our representatives are serving the interests of the public is as simple as it is frustrating.

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