Support Colorado legislators in the New "States' Right Drug Bill"
A bill presented in Congress re: Marijuana for the States
Here is an email I recently received. I dont know the ins and outs of Bill Language so smarter people than me will have to inform us on what the bill(s) actually means.
FROM: Jasmine Tyler, DPA
SUBJECT: New Bill in Congress to Protect Marijuana Legalization
Drug Policy Alliance email to TrueDelphi
Urge your representative to support a new bill that would protect marijuana legalization!
Take Action. Be sure and contact your representative today.
Even as the drug policy reform movement celebrates our historic victories legalizing marijuana in Colorado and Washington, and also letting citizens in Massachusetts have medical marijuana, we still have to ensure that the states can implement their laws without federal interference.
Several U.S. representatives from Colorado recently introduced a bipartisan bill to help protect our victories by giving the states room to implement the new laws. Tell your U.S. representative to support the bill that would enable the states to make their own marijuana laws.
The Respect States and Citizens Rights Act would affirm the ability for states to establish their own marijuana laws free from federal interference.
This bills primary sponsor, Democratic Congresswoman Diana Degette from Denver, was joined by her fellow Colorado Republican Congressman Mike Coffman who voted against Amendment 64 but still wants to ensure that the federal government respects the will of voters.
Although Colorado and Washington voted to regulate and tax marijuana, these ballot initiatives are not going to implement themselves. We need to do everything we can to ensure the federal government plays a constructive rather than destructive role.
This is just the beginning of the end of marijuana prohibition. We still have our work cut out for us. And we need your help!
Urge your representative to support the new bill in Congress that would enable the states to implement their own marijuana laws free from federal interference.
Acting Director, Office of National Affairs
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so i can legally smoke whenever i damn want. I might even consider growing my own....
And here is what the President of the nation of Portugal is trying to tell our elected officials: