Bipartisan Letter To Congressional Leadership Urges Continued Protections For Medical Marijuana Programs

Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) addresses NORML members in September, 2017

Today, sixty-six members of Congress representing both Republicans and Democrats sent a letter to Speaker Ryan, Senate Majority Leader McConnell, Leader Pelosi, and Leader Schumer urging them to maintain the federal protections for the 46 states that have implemented some form of medical cannabis programs throughout the country.

This comes on the same day the Attorney General Jeff Sessions held a press conference to discuss America’s opioid epidemic and made disparaging comments about marijuana.

“We’re working on that very hard right now,” Sessions said on Wednesday. “We had meetings yesterday and talked about it at some length. It’s my view that the use of marijuana is detrimental and we should not give encouragement in any way to it. And it represents a federal violation which is in the law and is subject to being enforced, and our priorities will have to be focused on all the things and challenges that we face.”

From Rep. Rohrabacher’s press release:

Representatives Dana Rohrabacher (CA-48) and Earl Blumenauer (OR-03) spearheaded a letter, signed by 64 other members of the House of Representatives, urging House and Senate leadership to ensure the inclusion of medical marijuana protections in any appropriations bill that funds the government beyond December 8, 2017. The provision, previously known as “Rohrabacher-Farr,” and now “Rohrabacher-Blumenauer,” bars the Department of Justice from using appropriated funds to prosecute individuals who are acting in compliance with their state’s medical marijuana laws. The provision was first signed into law in December 2014 as part of a larger spending package, and has been in force ever since.

Congressman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) speaking a NORML Conference

Reps Rohrabacher and Blumenauer are both co-chairs of the bipartisan Congressional Cannabis Caucus.

In September, President Donald Trump reached an agreement with Congressional leadership to enact a three-month continuing resolution that maintains present federal spending levels and priorities through December 8, 2017, which included the amendment that was passed in the previous session of Congress.

Congressional leadership must reauthorize this language as part of the forthcoming budget in order for the provisions to stay in effect. In July, Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) offered identical language before the Senate Appropriations Committee, which approved it. However, House Rules Committee Chair Peter Sessions (R-TX) has refused to allow House members to vote on similar language. The provision will now be considered by House and Senate leadership when the two chambers’ appropriations bills are reconciled.

It is imperative that the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer amendment remain the law of the land and AG Sessions not be given the green-light to enact a crackdown. Click here to send a message to your federal lawmakers and urge them to speak out about the need to protect the 2 million registered medical marijuana patients throughout the country.

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  1. Thank you!

    I sincerely hope that Congress will act on this, and do something pro-cannabis.

    Who in their right might still thinks marijuana belongs in the Schedule at all because they think that they can arrest their way out of legalizing?

    Jeff Sessions and the guy in the Oval Office definitely need adult day care, and should NOT be captaining our ship of state.

    I just don’t see how Sessions can justify eating up his budget going after cannabis, the low-hanging fruit, rather than dealing with the opioid crisis. I just can’t see Congress ballooning the DOJ’s budget for him to be able to do that. Where is all this money coming from to do a cannabusiness pogrom and force everybody out of the legal marketplace?

    1. Oracle,

      Jeff Sessions doesn’t genuinely believe marijuana can’t help people get off opioid addiction and save their lives; Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions is an old corporate pharmaceutical whore. He’s been taking Big Pharma’s blood money since he was elected to the US Senate.

      It’s precisely because Sessions and Trump are aware that legalized whole plant marijuana is a threat to their treasonous, murderous pharmaceutical profit that they are lying and attacking our lives, our liberties and our freedom.

      If your confused by that it only means you have a good heart. Unfortunately with the level of evil and hubris in this lethal voter supressing administration we have to wear our evil glasses and look to the Sackler and Mercer villains beyond their evil orange and elvish muppets to even imagine how treasonous the Sessions and Trump crime families truly are.

      1. Julian, you’re spot on. It can’t be otherwise for greedy yet intelligent people like Sessions and Trump. It’s all about whoring for the money from the agents of cannabis prohibition.

        They’re certainly not going to get any big money from the cartels and organized crime. The amount of money that size can’t be concealed, such as was the case with Dennis Hastert and his hush money to keep quiet about sexual allegations. If illegally gotten money from the (Mexican) cartels were to be transferred to Sessions or Trump in large amounts there’d be no concealing it once the law enforcement bloodhounds got the scent. We’ll see what the Trump-Russia investigation turns up.

        Bill Weinberg’s article in High Times estimates $30 billion in cannabis money is coming out of the shadows–foreseen–meaning there are tons of big money like that flowing into the pockets of cartels and other organizations around the world, some of whom may want to do harm to western industrialized countries. Legalization lets you follow the money trail to make sure it doesn’t go to terrorists and violent criminal organizations who will use it against us.

        Reigniting the war on cannabis with a Sessions crackdown just makes no sense. Why maintain or increase the amount of money cartels and other miscreants have access to?

      2. Oracle,
        The Washington Post exposed how the Sacklers bought out all the DEA’s best lawyers to stop opioid oversale prosecutions and keep marijuana and kratom in schedule 1.

        Independent news like UnderReported World recently investigated the connections between legal pharmaceutical industries buying up land and legislators in Mexico and Colombia, as well as working with Mexican cartels to purchase the poppy that has taken over the hills and freedom of the once active resort of Acapulco.

        As a result, Mexico is one vote away in the Senate from becoming a militarized state like Myanmar, with their military trained to kill, ruled by the biggest Mexican cartel and political party PRI, acting as police. And after yesterdays tax cuts just made Deep State Afghan opium cartels and defense contractors like Eric Prince of Blackwater more powerful, and with the way the state department has been gutted into a blank check for these contractors, the U.S. could become militarized by privatizing our military. This is a real agenda from the Trump administration.

        But there is some good news;

        Mueller now has evidence that everyone in the Trump administration… including AG Jeff Sessions… is in violation of federal law under 18 U.S. code 4, which says that failing to notify a federal judge or military authority with knowledge of a felony is punishable with three years in a federal prison. Trump, Sessions Kushner, Ivanka, and Trump Jr are in for far more than obstruction of justice when they get indicted.

      3. Julian,

        These are weird times in which we live. It will be tragic, indeed, if Mexico becomes a military dictatorship. Hopefully, Trump will be out of office when/if that day comes, if the way he’s dealt with Kim Jong-in is any indication of the way he’ll respond.

        Regarding Mueller and the White House Rat Pack, I’d love to see ’em all “locked up.” I just hope Mueller isn’t another Patrick Fitzgerald, the Special Counsel who let Cheney and Bush and those other rats off the hook (after the media of course assured us over and over again that he was a straight-shooter). There’s a small part of me that worries that Mueller will actually do the same–tho I hope I’m wrong.

      4. Bud,
        Until we legalize all drugs worldwide I dont believe Mexico has any choice but to let their military take control. Cancun is about to become Alcapulco with deserted 5 star hotels. And thats from Zetas who were former military fighting the military who are all fighting to control drug supplies mainly of poppy. What ever is left of marijuana from Mexico is about to disappear when Cali legalizes in two weeks.

        I just wish the Mexican Congress didnt write the law to “quell resistance” and fail to train and pay a police force separate from the military. Its so corrupt.

        Speaking of which, thanks to the way Repubs went after Bill Clinton, they made their own bed with the laws that now protect the Mueller investigation. Jeff Sessions was then Senator talking about Clinton’s “obstruction of justice.” I bet now he’s wishing thats ALL he’s gonna get indicted with!

      5. Julian, that’s interesting about the laws protecting the special investigator. I hadn’t realized that. Hopefully, the GOP’s tactics will come back and bite ’em.

    2. Your answer to where is all the money coming from for the “cannabusiness pogrom”;

      Even Jeff Bezos at Amazon, (who owns the WAPO), is getting into the drug business. So despite some of the critical investigative reporting theyve been doing, this CVS/AETNA merger story reads like a commercial.

      One part of the merger con-mercial stands out;

      “Traditionally, insurers put up obstacles, such as co-pays or paperwork that needs to be submitted by a doctor, in order to make sure that medical services and drugs aren’t being misused.”

      As I mention in another post, the Sacklers and Insys Therapeutics have been buying up land in Colombia and Mexico and merging with poppy cartels there. Now merge the largest private insurers with the largest pharmacy distributor, CVS (a long time donor to Jeff Sessions who needed him to become AG to slip out of huge settlements)… and all thats left is give them a huge tax cut, then a merger with a private army of defense contractors, buy all the DEA’s best lawyers and killing for profit never got easier. As long as pesky whole plant medicine like marijuana and kratom stay illegal, that is, but thats easy with a proxy opioid-purchased Congress and administration.
      It’s a way to streamline the opioids from the poppy fields right into people’s mouths without oversight, without paying taxes, without any moral concern for the extorted, the tortured or the dead.

      Unless… we indict this administration, take voter caging to court, vote in a new Democratic Congress, legalize marijuana and stop the pill mill in its tracks.

  2. I was going to give this one a delay, but it really has me thinking.

    Health care in crisis, LGBTQ, animal rights, the tax bill, and, now we hear this, from Trump’s own AG pick, not even a month after his last hearing…this is what we hear from Jefferson Sessions, AND the opiod summit of sorts yesterday. Apparently, I was watching the wrong one.

    Write your Reps, hell, CALL your Reps. This is just more sad affirmation that Jeff Sessions and Pete are NOT going away, they WILL crack down, and they WILL hurt us very, very badly. The tax passing is a disgusting reminder of who is running the show right now. We the People should be. Time to reassert that.

    I, like all of you, perhaps, am very worried. We are staring the beast in the face. Sessions…is about to try a crack down and he is drooling at the mouth. One of the LAST bastions of our liberties from a BETTER era of progress in our country, perhaps the LAST, will be our fight, legalization for the good people who love marijuana like you and I.

    As some of my old activist friends from another movement years ago in my 20’s chanted…

    “Stand up, DON’T BE AFRAID.”

    More later, I am afraid, too. Sessions and the diehard Prohibitionists do not have us cornered YET, but this is bad news. That tax bill passing poten. is NOT a good sign. The gov. shutdown is NOT in our fav.

    Jeff Sessions is DANGEROUS. We MUST stop him.

    Back later.

    Thank you, NORML, an urgent update. We have to do more than contact our legislators, though. This is not good.

    If we can secure Dec. 8th, though, we can all breathe a sigh of relief.

    Let’s get there.


    1. And what I said about him being “limited.”

      Remember Prohibition I.

      This is number II.

      We go underground.

      The Feds cannot win this one, no matter how much damage they do.

      The genie is out of the bottle, and the future is here.

      You cannot kill TRUTH. Legalization has already won.

      Stay strong, and have a blessed weekend.

      One week to go. Let’s do this!


      1. I agree with you Matt about the genie being out of the bottle. Just as alcohol prohibition will not be revived anytime soon, I think that the legalization of pot in the five western states (and two eastern states) will hopefully ensure legalization in all of the states. Colorado has shown that not only can legalized weed succeed, and thrive, but that it can bring with it many many benefits.

        I just read an article about Arizona. They’re losing both GOP senators after this year, and at least one GOP congressman. Perhaps there’s a good chance for Rec legalization in that usually-red state.

  3. NORML…., friends…

    another link.

    Get ready. It took him months. But if we do not pull it off Dec. 8.

    Here he comes


  4. There, THERE HE IS:

    Full link in the secondary:



    Sessions takes questions in #2. Have to run, thank you, NORML, for the updates. While disturbing, I still maintain that Sessions has a nightmare on his hands even with funding, even with some kind of “enforcement” plan, and I think he knows it, and does not know, yet, at least, what exactly to do with/about it. I have to run, pressed for time, but

    everyone should rest assured, despite what he is saying here….not only do we have mass, majority support, good geography coverage, science, passion, businesses, so much else…Jeff Sessions can wield all the enormous powerful of the Federal Government and DOJ he wants. But, for NOW, he is TRAPPED. Even IF he gets that “massive” “substantial” Federal funding….even IT might not prove even moderately sufficient to stop us.

    You really think the Feds have the resources to completely destroy the progress legalization has made? I remain, and do so submit, to remaining, SKEPTICAL. Have to run.

    Don’t be afraid of what he is saying here.

    We STILL have the upper, higher ground. Have to run, I will check for any responses by tmmro at the latest.

    Love all of you, and don’t let this old throwback scare you. He IS limited. He can say all he wants, but even he knows he is fighting a losing war. He CAN’T WIN, folks. But we still need to fight him.


  5. So, 46 states out of 50 have a form of legalized medical marijuana and it is still illegal on a federal level. It only took 36 states to end prohibition in 1933. What is wrong with this picture?

      1. Thanks for letting Ben reply first. Legalization of what is known as “smoked marijuana” is an ancillary motive. Its more like, free the weed to control the smoke.

      2. DARE I detect some trolling sarcasm, Yearbait? Do you believe Ben wouldn’t have figured out eventually on his own that your definition of marijuana wants to put poor, sick people who smoke marijuana in jail? I was just saving him some time. I wish you would do the same and join NORML in our efforts to legalize all forms of mj consumption… even if you like suppositories. Just do that in private, for fuck’s sake.

      3. Yearofaction, I’m all for free speech. But, are you also clicking the NORML links and sending the letters? Or are you just using the NORML platform to promote your own personal pet theory? Are you pitching in on our common agenda?

        Talk or walk?

  6. Done and sent.

    Don’t be afraid of disclosing personal information to our elected representatives. They work for US. Theyre not cops. Youre not writing to Officer Yanez; they make laws and NEED to hear our opinions as voting constituents of our districts.

    So Sessions says marijuana is bad at a conference on the opioid crisis on the same day that the Cannabis Caucus organizes an open letter to Congress to save the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer amendment from expiring Dec 8th and allowing federal funds for Sessions to crack down on medical marijuana dispensaries, right?

    All this on the same day Diamond Reynolds takes an $800,000 settlement (Good for her) from the city and insurance over her boyfriend’s (Philando Castille’s) murder by Officer Yanez… who paid out nothing and is “not guilty” or able to get sued again by Reynolds as per the settlement agreement. (Unfortunately for you, lifelong hostility for living or showing your face in or near any dignified community was not part of the settlement, Yanez).

    Officer Yanez was aquitted of 2 counts of manslaughter and 2 counts of endangerment to a child back in June when he testified he “smelled marijuana” from the vehicle to justify the killing.

    A bullet hole from a shot through Castille was found in the backseat inches from the 4-year-old daughter, who consoled her mother after the murder “so they won’t shooted us.”

  7. Meditation almost killed me, the Doctor almost killed me. If it was not for one of my Doctors telling me to look into cannabis, I would probably be dead. I think it is extremely responsible for human beings to know the benefits of cannabis a lot share it with the world. It disgusts me that the federal government passes laws creating cannabis prohibition Soley because they know how much money to be made If they kept it a secret. Think of how many people have died because of this. Shouldn’t they be held accountable? I have the cure for cancer, yet I’m going to keep it to myself because I’m a greedy. This. Our veterans not getting better today need to treat their PTSD and oppression and your page because our government is too greedy to get it today. Ask the people as the people of United States if they think they’ll give an extra dollar every year for the veterans that have adequate marijuana and be healthy at the house and feed him after they’ve put your life on the line I believe you’ll find the answer to be absolutely

  8. NORML, thanks for the convenient links. I used the topic “Health and Welfare” in my message to Sens Udall and Heinrich and Rep Lujan-Gresham.

  9. Done!

    Do it, people! Click the link, and send the letter!

    I can argue with trolls on a blog all day long without getting the attention of the people who actually make the laws. But when I contact my representatives with my views, along with others doing the same thing, I am part of a larger voice that will be heard.

    The only thing that worries politicians more is when you actually get out and vote! (So, do that too! Put the fear into them! Be sure to register to vote in time for the big one, in 2018!)

    Don’t get mad, get legal!

  10. Thank you Mr. Sessions for trying to protect my black market business interests! As the old joke goes, how do you smuggle an atomic bomb into the USA? Hide it in a bail of marijuana!

  11. The urgency for the U.S. to regulate and legalize ALL drugs is now an urgency of international crisis;

    Mexico is one Senate vote away from becoming a military state like Myanmar.

    And only our drug policies between Mexico and the U.S. are to blame.

    AP journalist does a good job explaining on NPR this morning how the “Mexican military is not trained to be police.” But his hamartia in this analysis is when he claims that the solution to Mexico’s drug war is having more efficient prosecutions and police investigations. True, the military is not equipped to do this. But it is the failure of both U.S. and Mexican Congressional law to regulate and legalize prohibited plants like poppy, marijuana …by falling prey to the C.S.Act and legal pharmaceutical cartels… that must be addressed to quell the black market. Otherwise District Attorneys and investigators ARE the cartel. Worse, the military is under control of the PRI, which IS the premier cartel of Mexico.

    I would add that if this bill passes the Senate, travelers should be advised not to drive through state and international borders. If you must visit family, fly directly to the state and stay in that state. Avoid the state of Guerrero which is already a failed state, and Quintano Roo which includes Cancun and is being targeted by the Zeta cartel, is next.

    OUR failed drug laws here in the U.S. are creating this problem in Mexico. We demand the illegal drugs and its legal U.S. pharmaceutical companies like Purdue and Insys Therapuetics that lobby our governments to poison and kill our people for profit. We would be better off sending the military to regulate THEM.

    1. We MUST put international pressure on the Senate and people of Mexico to stop the militarization and creation of a failed military state. The U.S. will see a mass exodus of drug war refugees if we dont stop this from occurring and legalize drugs to quash the black market once and for all. Exposing the shame of this law internationally is more effective as Mexican people are more concerned of external criticism than their own… and with good reason;

      The law reads;
      “…para controlar, repeler o neutralizar actos de resistencia”.

      Meaning “ …to control, repel and neutralize acts of resistence.”

      Meaning killing 40 students protesting civil corruption on a stolen bus unwittingly filled with heroin by Mexican police in the state of Guerrero will look like a small argument compared to the attrocities that will occur under military police rule trained to kill.

      The Senate is majority PRI, meaning the militarization of Mexico is imminent. Say goodbye to Cancun or hello to legalization.

      We can stop this. But we have to get loud. We have to call our state and federal Congress to legalize and regulate drugs to diminish the power of the black market. We need to use Univision as a voice to embarrass the Mexican Senate:

      We need to legalize. We need to be NORML.

  12. The current AG is no more than a shill for the pharmaceutical lobby. He lies like our president and both should be removed.

    1. @ Kevin Dennis,
      Agreed. In addition, “our president” (your words, not mine) is a fascist, white-supremacist jackoff, and a goddamn traitor to America.

      Impeachment isn’t bad enough for that son of a bitch Trump. He needs to rot in a Siberian prison cell for the rest of his pathetic, wretched existence.

      And the Republicans who continue to support and enable that piece of shit?

      Fuck every single goddamn one of you. You will pay for your filthy fucking crimes.

      2018, bitches.

  13. Hi Norml, guys, gals….I don’t want to post this link to the latest outstanding article on alcohol and weed rates, I have so much I want to post there, and many others probably do here as well. I want to share this, though…and, everyone, I am scared, perhaps you are as well. The title alone compelled me to post this, it is about Jeff Sessions and a potential crackdown on recreational. I just want to share this, we need all the info, my belief is, that we can get about this lunatic. Dec. 8th is comiing. Let us cut off the funding to this

    MONSTER. Jeff Sessions and his supporters are DANGEROUS. We have to stop him/this. The this being…read this article…we have to stop this nutcase!

    1. Matt,

      I of course totally agree that Sessions (and his boss) are dangerous. But it seems to me that Sessions has retreated a bit on the MJ issue. I could very well be wrong, but hope I’m not.

      He SEEMS to be referencing the Cole Memo in regards to policing pot. If anyone has any more recent information regarding Sessions and the policing of pot, I’d love to hear ’em.

  14. Contacting our Representatives both state and federal to extend the Rohrabacher Blumenauer amendment, legalize marijuana and stop voter caging has never been more urgent than now;

    As we become more active in citizen lobbying to legalize marijuana the collateral education of how our state and federal legislatures work… or don’t work… makes evident that we are really fighting for our votes to count and our personal freedom.

    Marijuana prohibition has always been about supressing the votes of the poor and minorities to aquire their property.

    The link above is from a member of Trump’s voter caging “Election Integrity Commission” who had to sue to find out what the Commission is actually doing. We know more from reporting by the Washington Post than what the Commission is required to devulge by law.

    In short, unless we find a federal judge who has not yet been appointed by Trump and sue the Commission, immoral, prohibitionist Republicans like Roy Moore will continue to win elections because last names that vote %90 Democratic like Martinez and Jackson have been purged from the voter rolls. Kansas Sec. of state Kris Kobach began the Republican Crosscheck program which is legal in 29 states. One of those states is Michigan where 450,000 votes were caged and Trump only “won” by 15,000 votes. Crosscheck was uncovered by investigative reporter Greg Pallast:

    Kobach is now vice chair of the Commission.

    Our efforts to legalize marijuana and the freedom our grandfathers fought wars for is being stolen by this corrupt purging and caging of our votes… legal theft… simply because the Constitution does not guarantee our right to vote… and Democrats stay home.

  15. Latest on Dallas Cite and Summons from Texans for Responsible Marijuana Policy executive director Heather Fazio:

    “On Friday, Dallas — Texas’ third largest city — implemented a policy that instructs police officers to issue citations and a summons to appear in court, rather than arresting those found in possession of marijuana. This new policy will spare people an initial trip to jail, which is a step in the right direction. However, individuals still face all the same criminal penalties, including up to six months in jail, up to $2,000 in fines, and a lasting criminal record.

    In Texas, a criminal record carries the following collateral consequences:
    -Hindered access to employment
    -Diminished educational opportunities
    -Impeded housing options
    -Jeopardized parental rights
    -Suspended drivers license (six months)
    -Obstructed right to self defense/ license to carry (five years)“

    1. It’s so nice to see Texas evolving on the subject of MJ. Growing up next door, in NM, we used to hear the stories about getting five years in prison for a pot seed in Texas. I don’t know if those stories were true or not, but it sure made me think twice about driving in Tx with a joint. (PS–these cops here NM were probably as bad when it came to pot).

      1. 5 years Bud?

        Try life!

        Texas used to send people to life in the state pen for small possessions of marijuana. It was NORML founder Keith Stroup and another lawyer by the name of Goldstein, I believe, that had some early success with decrim in Texas during the 70s. Then for more than three decades… nothing.

        It was a little known state law passed under Governor Perry that gave cities and counties in Texas the right to decriminalize petty crimes including 4oz or less of marijuana. But no one used it. Sherrif’s Associations were too entrenched in the drug war and the public was still confused about what being “tough” on crime vs. keeping a job meant.

        Then Houston and San Antonio grew during and after the recession so fast that courts and jails were deadlocked and failing. I just got a statement out of the Bexar County DA (San Antonio) where they announced they want decrim of 4oz or less with possibility of no restitution or criminal record!

        During the lobby days we had earlier this year when we got MMJ out of committee I now observed police lobbying FOR legalization. (LEAP). The only guy to go against the committee was some dude in a lab coat that looked like the villain doctor from The Fugitive.

        “A long way” indeed, my friend.

      2. Yikes! Even worse than I thought!

        My heartiest congratulations on all the progress, Julian! I know you’ve done your part in spades.

  16. Who is on the House-Senate Conference Committee that decides whether the Rohrabacher-Blunenauer amendment renews today?

    I got a statement from “Spencer,” a staffer for retiring Representative Lamar Smith only to confirm the obvious that he is not on the committee. (I would assume the same Devil that voted it out of the House version, Pete Sessions and the Appropriations Committee would be members).

    I did grill the staffer on how supporting this amendment is supporting our veterans, (as Smith has claimed to do) citing the 2014 JAMA report on a %37 reduction on opioid overdose and suicide in states with legal mmj, and reminded him Texas is about to open 3 dispensaries this week for severely epileptic patients who qualify.

    Everybody call your Senator and Representative:


    Tell them mmj turns PTSDisorder into PTSGrowth and can help stop 25-50 veteran suicides per day.

  17. After calling all kinds of committees I answered my questions about who is on the House version of the Conference committee. First off, Pete Sessions is chair of the Rules Committee (I said appropriations). He is not on the Conference Committee.

    If we want to find out who is on a House Senate Conference Committee we have to call the Senate Finance Committee and the House Ways & Means Committee.

    The roll call for the House Senate Conference Committee which will decide whether the Rohrabacher Blumenauer amendment gets renewed today are as follows;

    Brady, R,TX
    Nunez, R, CA
    Roskam, R,
    Black, R, TN
    Nome, R, SD

    Neil, D
    Levin, D
    Dogget, D, TX


    Hatch, R, UT
    McCarsky, R
    Cornyn, R, TX

    (I think I’m leaving some Senate Democrats out but its the House members we need to call).

  18. The Rohrabacher-Blumenauer amendment has been extended until Dec. 22nd. Please refer to the names on the Senate-House Conference Committee above to CALL your Congressman and ensure no federal crackdowns on mmj before California brings in its revenue…


    From Texas? Call this mthfkr. (Be respectful… say youre from Texas NORML, youre a constituent, and “how will you vote on the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer amendment?”

    Brady is the chair of the House Ways and Means Committee. He also is on the Senate-House Conference Committee that decides what happens to this R&B amendment. (F(;(*!) CALL HIM!!!

  20. We are just hoping for the governing body’s decision to favor more number of people for everyone’s sake.

  21. Let’s drop all doubts with the use of marijuana for medical purposes. This shall clear the speculations about marijuana reducing motivation level among users.

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