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Press Conference held at the Gold Dome- Support shown for SB 254

Sharon Ravert speaking in favor of SB 254. 1/20/16

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Full Video of January 20, 2016 Press Conference on Senate Bill 254

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Georgia: Bill Introduced To Eliminate Marijuana Possession Felonies

Under state law, any marijuana possession offense involving more than one ounce of cannabis is classified as a felony offense, punishable by one year (mandatory) to up to ten years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

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Republican Strategist on Legalization: “This is something you should be for”

As a country is this really want we want? †To spend 50 Billion a year on fueling an enormous Law Enforcement bureaucracy, the militarization of police departments as they seize the rational for well this is why we need an armored personal carrier to enforce the drug warrant on a non violent marijuana offenders; and the civil asset forfeiture that comes along with it.

And for a conservative concerned about the size and growth of government, this is something you should absolutely be for. †It is one of the most effective ways of reducing the size scope influence and hypocrisy of government.- Steve Schmidt, Republican Strategist

Peachtree NORML Executive Director Sharon Ravert couldn’t agree more. †She has been encouraging†Republican strategists for years, and they are finally getting on board. †“We can’t arrest our way out of marijuana use and we shouldn’t want to. †The last 80+ years have proven Prohibition doesn’t work and most kids can get it easier than their parents can. It is time to stop arresting all of our young people and educate them on the harms of youth use while allowing their adult parent to have something far safer than alcohol if they choose so.”

Bill Maher says: †”I said that years ago. †This†is an issue that Republicans could have stolen from †the Democrats.”

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Daniel Almond House District 159 Republican Candidate supports cannabis legalization


Hi, Iím Daniel Almond, and Iím running for the Georgia General Assembly seat 159 in the Republican Primary. I support full cannabis legalization as part of a much needed and aggressive agenda to reform the stateís justice system and reduce the size and scope of government. I served 8 years in the US Marine Corps including combat tours in Iraq, and worked as a certified Corrections Officer in the state of Georgia for 3 years. I have also worked as a licensed Real Estate Agent and have an Associate Degree in Culinary Arts from Le Cordon Bleu in Atlanta. I live in Effingham County with my wife and three daughters.

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No, marijuana use doesnít lower your IQ

Another study that has been used as evidence against marijuana reform has been debunked. The study used and quoted by Kevin Sabet and Patrick Kennedy of SAM (smart approach to marijuana) often in interviews said, ” that early marijuana use lowers the users I.Q. by several points”. †Opponents to marijuana reform are seriously running out of angles but not out of money. †The battle for freedom and justice continues.


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Obamaís nominee for a top DOJ slot has said states should legalize marijuana. Thatís a huge deal.

Another victory for marijuana proponents as Obama nominates Vanita Gupta to the DOJ.


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