A message from Letitia Pepper:
Pro-cannabis, pro-medical marijuana people are coming from SF, LA, San Diego, Sacramento and the Inland Empire to a Rally Against AUMA and the MMRSA on Tuesday, March 29, 2016.Martin Shkreli would approve of AUMA
This rally is being co-sponsored by several groups, including Patient Advocacy Network, Axis of Love, and Crusaders for Patients’ Rights, and monetary support for transportation and food for impoverished patients is being donated by the many growers who have supported us through the decades.
To add your name to the list of co-sponsors, or to donate money for food and transportation, please contact any of the people cc’d above, Shona from Axis of Love, Dege from Patient Advocacy Network, Lanette from Crusaders for Patients’ Rights, or me, Letitia Pepper, from Crusaders, too.
The traitorous “normal” suspects — ASA, NORML, DPA, MAPP, MPP, LEAP,etc — won’t be using their mailing lists to get people to show up, so info about this event will be via word of mouth/social media. So please share the hell out of this on social media.
Pissed off people can show up with signs against MMRSA and AUMA on Tuesday, March 29, in front of the Sheraton Hotel in Sacramento, 1230 J St, Sacramento, CA 95814. Ditto signs against the state Legislature who created unconstitutional MMRSA.
Time to show up: anytime between 7:30 am and 6 pm. But try to be there by 11 to make a good crowd for the press release. There will be lots of handouts and anti-AUMA stickers to wear, too.
Bring signs with slogans like “Defend Prop. 215,” “Defend Patients’ Right to Medical Marijuana,” “Marijuana Heals, Shawn Parker Steals,” etc.
Anti-NORML, anti-ASA, anti-MAPP, etc. signs would be welcome as far as I, Letitia Pepper, am concerned. I am offering a $50 prize for my three favorite protest signs
This is a quote from AUMA author Donald Lyman, printed in the Los Angeles Times 12 Nov 2015:
Is marijuana bad for your health? “Yes,” says Dr. Donald Lyman of Sacramento, a retired physician and former board member of the California Medical Assn.
“People do not use it to make themselves healthier. They use it to deal with other problems. It is a dangerous and ill-advised substance. That’s why it has to be under control.”
The title of that article was ‘Recreational’ marijuana proponents are pushing a false narrative.
In a Facebook chat initiated by Jeri Rose, Mikki Norris started off slinging the word “credibility” around like a weapon, joined by Chris Conrad.
Now, ask yourself who’s “credibility” the Los Angeles Times had in mind when they constructed the title of that article.