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  1. PREAMBLE TO THE CONSTITUTION
    We the People…of the United States…in order to form a more perfect union…establish justice…insure domestic tranquility…provide for the common defense…promote the general welfare…and…secure the blessing of liberty to ourselves and our posterity…do ordain and establish the Constitution of the United States of America.
    WE THE PEOPLE
    Enjoy the 40th Annual Smoke in.

  2. Very Nice work….. Now all we need to is action…..Keep up the fight fellow patriots for or rights and end this prohibition…..

  3. This is great, and if this lovely poster/article had been posted LAST FRIGGEN WEEK, I’d be smoking weed in DC tomorrow. Thanks for the heads up!

  4. Who do you think created Sacred herb?
    “The Lord said unto me, ‘I will take my rest and I will consider in my dwelling place like a clear heat upon herbs.”..Isaiah 18:4-5
    “And I will raise up for them a plant of renown, and they shall be no more consumed with hunger in the land, neither bear the shame of the heathen any more.”.. Ezekiel 34:29 a healing plant… On either side of the river, was there the tree of life, which bare 12 manner of fruits, and yielding her fruit every month; and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations. Revelations 22:1-2
    Genesis…1:11 And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose SEED is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so.
    Genesis 1: 12 And the earth brought forth grass, and herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed was in itself, after his kind: and God saw that it was good.
    Genesis 1:26 And God said, let us (do I note a plural here?) make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.
    Genesis 1:29 And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.
    “The hemp plant (scientific name : cannabis, slang: marijuana) is one of the many useful herbs “yielding seed after its kind” created and blessed by God on the third day of creation, “and God saw that it was good.” He gave hemp for people to use with our free will. The Bible predicted some herb’s prohibition…”Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times, some shall speak lies in hypocrisy…commanding to abstain from the meats which God hath created to be received with thanksgiving of them which believe and know the truth…. Paul: 1 Timothy 4:1-3
    Cannabis was used 13 ways: clothing, paper, cord, sails, fishnet, OIL, sealant, incense, FOOD!!!!( Oh my God, we could feed everyone on earth!!) And in ceremony, relaxation and medicine. For so the Lord said unto me, “I will take my rest and I will consider in my dwelling place like a clear heat upon herbs. For afore harvest, when the bud is perfect and the sour grape is ripening in the flower, he shall cut off the sprigs with pruning hooks and take away and cut down the branches.” Isaiah 18:4-5
    So, and we read we learn that Jesus(Sananda) said to keep church and state apart. “Render therefore unto Caesar the things which be Caesar’s and unto God the things which be God’s.” Luke 20:25…and we have seen, it was God, not government, who gave man the herbs to use. And it was government that put Jesus to death.
    Read the truth for yourself. I learned all this at http://www.Biblegateway they have concordances for the King James, the American Standard, and four or five other translations. Check out http://www.equalrights4all.org/religious/bible.htm

  5. That poster is positively awesome. Any chance of, potentially, getting a nice, high-resolution JPEG of it?
    [Editor’s note: To inquire, check with the principal organizers of the event re posters and higher resolution graphics: http://www.smoke-in.org/drupal/%5D

  6. Wow did not know about this. Needed more coverage. I would have made the trip to support. I just hope everyone realizes that your newer activists need a heads up to make things like this stronger. Set a date 2 years in the future and lets figure out a march on Washington. I know it seems expensive and ridiculous but if we could make it happen it would be amazing.
    [Editor’s note: This is the event’s 40th year, so if you want to attend, it is always on July 4th. However, the FOJ Smoke-in can’t be conflated into a major national pro-cannabis rally as the US Park Service will not provide the needed permits because the national mall is already overflowing with 400,000-600,000 there to have a family-oriented celebration of the country’s Independence Day.
    Also, based on the past experiences of civil, reproductive and gay/lesbian rights rallies in Washington, DC, these rallies cost millions to produce for the: permits, staging, sound equipment, security details, rent-a-potties, mass transportation, food/water, etc….
    As cannabis consumers donate so few dollars annually to reform groups like NORML, it will some time before a reform group will raise and spend millions on a massive Washington, DC pro-reform rally. There are billionaires these days who give millions annually to some reform groups (ACLU, DPA and MPP), but these groups are very hesitant to spend any funding on public rallies at all, instead favoring the non-grassroots approach (some call ‘grasstops’) where the money flows to lawyers, consultants, public relations groups and employees, leaving the grassroots part of the cannabis law reform movement to fund and convene the public rallies.]

  7. It’s 7 hours of your life. Now, do you want to remember, for the rest of your life until the day you die, that those 7 hours were the time you almost did something great? Or do you want to remember those seven hours as the time that you did achieve something great?

  8. Being that I live nowhere near DC, this 24 hour or so notice does me no good. I know many people commenting in various NORML blogs in the past have talked about doing a smoke-in at DC or asked if there was any such thing in existence already. How about a bit more lead time? Then again, my fault for not using the Google.

  9. 9 Gail….Manny here….Good work….Good faith.
    “Keep the faith baby!”
    I didn’t notice Genesis IX:3…where our creator reaffirms his gift of Manna as Holy Sacrament for CDXX Communion. Here’s a little tid-bit. The U.S. Constitution was written on hemp, as was all the founding documents. Our flag “OLD GLORY” was made of hemp.
    We are getting closer to finding out who “MY EVIL BROTHER” is. Come on! Let’s flush him out! The greatest trick he ever pulled off is “MAKING US BELIEVE HE DOESN’T EXIST.” Well! he does exist…
    and…we need to put him in “THE LIGHT.”

  10. Can’t drive half way across the country at the last minute. Thanks for posting this the morning of.
    Didn’t know of this untill now..

  11. P.S.
    GOD AND THE FOUNDING FATHERS…..July 4, 1776
    There’s no better thing you can do for a country but to give it a useful plant…HEMP. After all…Bibles are written on hemp…and…Rebellion against tyranny is obedience to God.

  12. gosh, if i’d heard about this before the day of the event, i might have tried to go! :-/

  13. Weed shoould be legal…..Itz the only “drug” that you can smoke raw and uncut….cant do that with cocaine…meth…herion…X…..the list goes on and on…..Dont forget you can even overdose off to much Advil….Thats suppose to be good for headaches…..Well what more can I say….4eva for the smoke session….Do the world a favor and let us SMOKE IN PEACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  14. O yeah and finally….HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY MY FELLOW SMOKERS AND AMERICANS! I don not know you posters or the any of the NORML staff but i wish you nothing but good things on this the Generals favorite day. Times are tough BUT WE STILL THE ASS KICKINESS COUNTRY IN THE WHOLE DAMN WORLD! If this gets postd in time all who can toke a fat one with general at 4:20 Ks. time. Mikey if you lookin at norml posts today i wont be home till three i think. PS come over and burn one after work i got some shit calld trainwreck!

  15. hmmm, maybe I’ll have to plan a trip for this next year. I didn’t realize this was an annual event until now (and I use the internet a lot).

  16. I cant drop everything now and drive 12 hours to DC, I could have had I planed for it. Guys this is the kinda stuff we have to be on the ball about, we cant let a chance like this pass and thats what we just did. We need to plan ahead better and get info out faster.
    This is a disaster anouncing this on the 3rd for the 4th, what were they thinking?
    [Editor’s note: 1) NORML is not a sponsor of the event and was belatedly asked to promote it just a few days before the event; 2) The Fourth of July Smoke-in has been going on for 40 years….for those who want attend next year’s Washington, DC ‘Smoke-in’, they should be in contact with the promoters of the event (http://www.smoke-in.org/drupal/) and/or make sure you’re subscribed to an RSS news feeder from Google, etc…this way, most any marijuana-related news finds its way into your ‘in’ box.]

  17. [Editor’s note: This is the event’s 40th year, so if you want to attend, it is always on July 4th. However, the FOJ Smoke-in can’t be conflated into a major national pro-cannabis rally as the US Park Service will not provide the needed permits because the national mall is already overflowing with 400,000-600,000 there to have a family-oriented celebration of the country’s Independence Day.
    Also, based on the past experiences of civil, reproductive and gay/lesbian rights rallies in Washington, DC, these rallies cost millions to produce for the: permits, staging, sound equipment, security details, rent-a-potties, mass transportation, food/water, etc….
    As cannabis consumers donate so few dollars annually to reform groups like NORML, it will some time before a reform group will raise and spend millions on a massive Washington, DC pro-reform rally. There are billionaires these days who give millions annually to some reform groups (ACLU, DPA and MPP), but these groups are very hesitant to spend any funding on public rallies at all, instead favoring the non-grassroots approach (some call ‘grasstops’) where the money flows to lawyers, consultants, public relations groups and employees, leaving the grassroots part of the cannabis law reform movement to fund and convene the public rallies.]\\
    that’s bullshit NORML.
    we don’t need $$ to show up to WASHINGTON WITH JOINTS IN HAND AND DEMAND CHANGE. we need people. FUCK THE PERMITS.
    [Editor’s note: No permits from the US Park Service and DC police, no rally. Otherwise, NORML (and very likely all other drug policy reform organizations) will not be involved in anarchy-filled, unfocused, unorganized illegal street protests to ‘reform’ cannabis laws.]

  18. We must keep up this fight against out of control Cannabis laws at all cost. We must throw all our blood and treasure in for this just cause. We must take back our FREEDOM and LIBERTY now!

  19. feds are happy its time to bust some dope-smokers heads ..smoke in wont work it takes rifles and molotov cocktails to deal with these prohibitionist.good luck wear your helmets hippies

  20. Hey NORML ppl, i have had this idea for some time. Will you give some thought to setting up a Voluntary Marijuana Tax account. NORML could be the custodian of the Voluntary Tax, and hold it in escrow, awaiting an end to the federal ban.
    Extortion of sorts. But I wonder how it would look, with our voluntary tax account in the millions and growing. Let’s put an ad in all the cannabis magazines calling out to all the smokers, send us a $5 per ounce you smoke. This will show our lawmakers how many ounces we are consuming, and it will also grow to immense proportions if we can get the word out.
    Signs in all the shops… ads in the magazines, billboards?
    thoughts anyone?
    [Editor’s note: 1) well under 1% of cannabis consumers in the US donate money to pro-cannabis law reform organizations, so it would appear unlikely that any greater percentage of cannabis consumers will voluntarily send a reform group like NORML a small percentage from their cannabis purchases, 2) sending such a payment and receiving a financial transaction where both parties acknowledge that the transaction was derived from illegal contraband could make both parties subject to arrest or criminal indictment, and 3) NORML does not want to ‘escrow’ donations (donations are used for programs and reform activities).
    In the 1980s a less-than-reputable cannabis law reform organization used to place advertisements in publications like High Times soliciting reformers to send them like $10 now, and when they make cannabis legal, they’d send the donor an ounce of high grade ganja. In this same vein, NORML does not want to escrow donors’ resources as a p.r. stunt for ‘voluntary’ pre-payments on taxes for cannabis, at a time when there is zero public support for cannabis legalization in the Congress or executive branch; or even in California where Ammiano’s legalization bill is still without a single co-sponsor.
    While a creative idea Samuel, reformers have much more work to do educating and persuading the American public and their elected officials about the need to end cannabis prohibition.]

  21. When Pushed and Shoved, we have Pushed back. Its not the time to rest. Its time to Push. If everyone truly wants to see this through, now is the time to get on the streets. Do no be ashamed. Be PROUD and SHOW it! I use Pot and I am Proud! Don’t obviously break the law but we have the same rights as every other Proud American. If we don’t act now we will earn the name of lazy stoners…LETS PROVE THEM WRONG!!!

  22. here’s another one for the website…
    hardworking american dollars wasted buying something they can grow in their back yard…
    personally, i waste nearly $4k a year on something i should be able to grow for free… how’s that for a Green Economic Stimulus? If all the cannabis consumers in America had an extra $4k a year that wasn’t going to drug cartels…
    another counter… trees saved by industrial hemp…
    i bet a counter for Califorinan tax dollars wasted on untaxed, prohibitied marijuana, v. taxes that could have been collected if it were legal. … and in this hour of their great budgetary need, if NORML were sitting on an escrow account with billions of Voluntary State of Califorina Marijuana Tax… you’d be a powerful lobby indeed! … a couple of strategically placed billboard counters in Key Cities could swing policy.

  23. ‘As cannabis consumers donate so few dollars annually to reform groups like NORML’
    Sorry we donate so few funds.
    [Editor’s note: If just 1% of cannabis consumers were involved in their own liberation, donated to groups like NORML, et al, then the funding would be in place for multimillion dollar public protests, national ad campaigns, constant impact litigation in the state and federal courts, state initiatives, etc…otherwise, the cannabis law reform movement (not including NORML) derive most of their donations from one or two billionaires. The future of cannabis law reform, if the near past serves as prologue, is not based on what cannabis consumers want in the way of reforms–but on the wants and strategies of the billionaires.
    Is it possible to have a genuine social reform movement funded by elite billionaires, with little to no investment (or sacrifices made) from the stakeholder community clamoring for desperately needed law reforms?
    NORML believes that the best and most enduring changes in cannabis law reform are derived from grassroots-oriented reforms driven by the stakeholders’ themselves. Women, African-Americans and Gay/Lesbian freedom movements were largely fueled by the stakeholders’ needs for reform–not the needs of elites. Cannabis law reformers may want to look to the ready lessons learned from prior social movements.]

  24. Allen,
    The failure of the “respectable” Marijuana policy/advocacy community in Washington to support the 40th Annual DC Smoke-In left this wonderful event woefully underattended, and a major opportunity to be sympatico with the new Obama Administration was lost in the process.
    It was a terrific free seven hour concert, and we had the best place in Washington to see the fireworks, ‘Up Close & Personal’. Given that there are hundreds of thousands of MJ users in the National Capital Region, the turnout was disgraceful. Had 25,000 or so shown up in Lafayette Park for the legalization rally, it would have had more political impact than everything else ever done in MJ advocacy, put together.
    Of course, CapitalPride drew 300,000+ GLBT supporters to turn out 6/14 on Pennsylvania Avenue and got not a single line of coverage from the Washington Post the next day. Then again, they didnt give it any political edge to be newsworthy, either…
    It NORML, MPP, etc. were to pitch in next year and help them do it RIGHT, we might start seeing some movement at the national level in our direction.

  25. #40….
    There are numerous reasons why the so-called ‘respectable’ reform groups neither actively promote or participate in John Pylka’s ‘Smoke-in’.
    NORML was a major sponsor of the event until 1998 when 1) it became self-evident there was no Fourth of July ‘Coalition’…as for all an intent purposes, the FOJ Smoke-in is totally controlled by one person (John Pylka), and he is ‘difficult’ to work for apparently all the ‘respectable’ reform will not work with him–not just NORML, 2) NORML’s board and lawyers sought to change the name of the event in the 1990s from ‘Smoke-in’ (which encourages law-breaking which non-profit organizations [501.c3] really can’t do), 3) to actually have a ‘coalition’ of reform groups involved, 4) stop conflating the event into a pro-drug legalization rally (ie, stop focusing on Ibogaine, etc…).
    If an actual coalition of reform organizations were to exist, the event changed its name and stop being the poorly organized pet project of one activist, I can see NORML, MPP, DRCNet, DPA, ASA, Votehemp, FAMM, CJPF, ACLU, etc…readily getting back and actively involved with the event, but not if the event continues to be the product of one person (with no budget or genuine organizing skills). Again, most of these groups used to participate in this event, but, along with NORML, have all dropped out because of the lack of organization, and total control asserted by the permit holder.
    You say you want 25,000 in Lafayette Park next FOJ? Well that is not ever going to happen unless groups like NORML are involved, as clearly the more isolated the organizer of the FOJ Smoke-in has become since the late 1990s from the other reform organizations, a once great public rally for cannabis law reforms continues to shrink in size and stature.
    NORML stands ready two blocks from the White House to partner on the event. But there must be a partnership and serious commitment for organizing forged before NORML’s staff and volunteers will invest time and members’ donations into a FOJ protest rally in DC. In my own personal view, any functional Fourth of July Hemp Coalition will invite a few of the principal organizers from the Seattle Hempfest and Boston Freedom Rally to be involved as their pro-reform events attract over 250,000 supporters annually.
    Social movements advance on the shoulders of organized citizens, not on the cult of personality or on the inabilities of some to work in concert with other like-minded individuals and organizations.]

  26. I am NOT a criminal!! God put it here for us to use & enjoy. Don’t like it? Don’t use it!

  27. Hi Gail (#9) I just woke up and your blog is my inspiration for the day (week, month, year…)
    Your biblical quotes are beautiful and many, many people are beginning to realize that church and state laws are supposed to be separated.
    Thanks for spreading the ‘word’ in the Lord’s name. Amen.
    Wendy in Good ‘ole Utah

  28. 25,000 in Lafayette Park is still a drop in the bucket. 100,000 wouldn’t make any difference either. A million might get some attention. But ultimately, you have to VOTE OUT ALL POLITICIANS who do not support legalization. Plain and simple.
    Tell your candidates that you are voting based on one issue and one issue only. If they don’t support it, they don’t get your vote.
    If they say they do support legalization, put a “proverbial gun to their heads” to make sure they hold up their end of the bargain. Make them promise to take action on legalization as their first order of business upon election. And if they don’t,use that “proverbial gun” and force them to resign IMMEDIATELY.
    The prohibition of cannabis is the greatest fraud ever perpetrated on the American people. The subsequent brainwashing of the American people is only going to change by force. You don’t ask a baby to give you back the Draino bottle, you TAKE IT AWAY!!!!! We can no longer ask the prohibitionists for our right to toke back, we have to TAKE IT AWAY from them!!!!!!!

  29. I hope every state in the union rapidly jumps on Rhode Island’s bandwagon. I really don’t see how the federal enforcement (ridiculous, hypocrites that they are) could lock millions of people up for growing plants for whatever reason. As long as we all stick together from now on the inevitable changes are there. Our First Amendment Right guarantees freedom of religion, speech, the press, and rights to assemble peaceably and petition the government. The truth is self-evident – and united we stand! I won my federal/local rights by purposely getting caught on several occasions with a tiny amount of homegrown. It was finally laughed out of court and I might have set precedent at least for people in Utah. I wonder what would happen if millions of people filed their civil suits against this gnash. Homegrown is never transported and someone like myself can just as easily be scoped out if ever a true offense occured against another person(s). I sit here quietly day after day and mind my own business. The invasion of my privacy years ago is actually under Elorriaga vs. Tooele County. My maiden name is Wendy Warr. A $2.5 million Judgement of Default was entered and signed on my behalf. Maybe God wants me to put my story out here right now to help the powers that be understand the severity of this hemp revolution. In my opinion weed is already legal and always has been. It is the over-zealot powers that be that are the criminals. Yes, I have some tiny plants of schwag outside at the moment. O-o-o-h, big bad Wendy! Does anyone think they’ll come and get me today? No, I’m dear friends with most of the law enforcement now. I know that they truly understand me. Time marches on and so do we soldiers of truth. Amen.

  30. Thanks again to Allen St. Pierre for showing us all the correct way to support this issue. Cooler heads and the truth are on our side. Most rational people realize the “War on Drugs” is a terrible failure. If you study the history of this law you will understand why it has failed. Any law that is based on racial prejudice and greed by a few wealthy and powerful people is ultimately bound to fail. The most discouraging aspect of this whole thing is that only 1 percent of cannibus consumers contribute to organizations like NORML. And we wonder why prohibition has lasted over 70 years. It is time to stand up for our constitutional rights of Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. Write to your elected officials and send your hard earned money to NORML or VOTEHEMP or however you choose to represent you. Get involved. You will be a better American for it.

  31. I had been banging the drum on this for the past couple of months. If I had seen any serious rallying going on by NORML or MPP I would probably have made plans to head down, but in my situation, I’m over 50 and don’t know anyone personally who smokes pot or is even in favor of it, so for me to go down there by myself and deal with huge crowds in an unfamiliar place, well, there was so little publicity on this that I wasn’t even sure it was going on.
    I felt this would have been a huge boost for the legalization cause to have throngs of pot smokers descend on DC. We have so much momentum right now, this seems like a huge opportunity that was just lost.
    NORML, what gives? You guys are so on top of everything else, why was this event left to dry up?
    [Editor’s note: See prior comment re NORML’s involvement in the FOJ ‘Smoke-in’ from NORML’s director Allen St. Pierre. The individual who procures the permit to hold the event every year since the late 1980s arguably squanders the opportunity to work with a dozen or more pro-reform lobbying groups, but chooses no to. These protests events, if they are to be at all successful, self-evidently need to be done in cooperation with other groups who actually have infrastructure (staffs, webpages, listservs, social networking pages, etc…), not out of a personal labor of love, or parochial wants–which is what the FOJ ‘Smoke-in’ has become since all the other reform groups (including protest-loving High Times Magazine) ceased promoting it. Again, it is not as if NORML is not fond of protest or street theater, but that does not mean that the organization will partner with every organizer of every pro-reform protest. NORML’s, ACLU’s, ASA’s, DPA’s, MPP’s DRCNet’s, SSDP’s, doors are open, 9-6/M-F, anytime the permit holder of the event wants to actually work with the full time lobbying groups.
    Otherwise, as anyone can try to get a permit on the FOJ to hold a 10,000-20,000 person rally (with the numerous other FOJ events going on in DC, while the national mall can hold hundreds of thousands, because of the overcrowded nature of the day, the US Park Service will only provide permits for space that will hold 10-20K; on the FOJ there is no lawful way to hold a million person rally), groups like NORML, et al can procure their own permit and convene a well organized rally, with major speakers and musical acts–that will attract larger crowds, media attention, and hopefully, some policymakers’ attention.
    To a degree this is what happened for about 5 years (from 1997-2002), when a group of even less organized cannabis law reformers (fancying themselves more radical than the organizer of the ‘Smoke-in’) from the DC suburbs held a competing FOJ ‘Smoke-in’ (on the other side of the White House, on the Ellipse). Both rallies were poorly attended and marginalized in the media.
    The most expedient manner to make next year’s FOJ event bigger and better is for the individual who procures the permit is to work cooperatively with his natural, and resourceful allies]

  32. To those who claim senior citizenship.
    If I told you that I was born before penicillin was a “wonder drug” would that give you any indication that
    age has nothing to do with the curse of prohibition.
    Hell! Abraham Lincoln had the most powerful statement against prohibition.
    There’s nothing new here! In fact ask anyone of my era
    what the hell the “War against the squares” was all about. Where do you think the phrase “FUCK OFF” came from. Of course…we also had “ROCK’N’ROLL” as our national anthem, and the “BIKINI” as our battle flag.
    But…what we had more than anything was “ATTITUDE.”
    “ATTITUDE WAS OUR EXCALIBER” and we won that war with
    it.
    Our minds are the best weapon we possess, and the truth
    is our ammunition. So here’s my “ATTITUDE”…Cannabis
    is an old person’s blessing…and…if you don’t believe that…perhaps I’ll see you again, as I did in the good old days…and you can “FUCK OFF” again. I’m
    sure your mind is just as prohibited now as it was then…even more so because…I know from personal experience that you are ‘STUCK IN YOUR WAYS.”…and…
    “YOU ARE THE PRISONER OF YOUR OWN MIND.”
    SENIORS FOR PROHIBITION NEED NOT APPLY

  33. Okay, points well taken on the FOJ rally. What would be the best way to get more people to support NOEML? Pot smokers outnumber gun rights activites at least 2:1, so if everyone who supported legalization were to donate to NORML, how much more powerful would we be than the NRA?
    With the collective momentum of everybody in the US, in fact, in the world, we could ovecome marijuana prohibition before the year’s out.
    So all you potheads and pot dealers need to be paying/charging a surtax on to the pot you buy/sell and donate that to NORML. We don’t need NORML to set up a mock-tax structure. Just do it yourselves…
    [Editor’s note: As the ol’ saying goes: All politics are local. If a person who wants to help reform laws has the proverbial dollar in their hand, 90 cents of it should be used locally. Cannabis consumers who want prohibition to end need to:
    -join or purchase products from groups like NORML
    -join one of the 150 NORML chapters, or found one if there is not one close by (www.norml.org/chapters)
    -lobby local, state and federal policymakers
    -only elect anti-prohibition policy makers
    -contact local and national media to accurately report on cannabis, and the effects of cannabis prohibition
    -attend pro-reform conferences, rallies, protests and seminars
    Cannabis freedom is within sight, but the stakeholders in reform have to be leading the charge.]

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