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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard submits bill to decriminalize pot and remove it from the Fed's drug schedule

On March 21, Democratic Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard submitted a bi-partisan bill to Congress calling for the decriminalization of marijuana, and having it removed from the Federal government's drug list as a schedule 1 substance.

Titled HR1227, the Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act, this bill is also being co-sponsored by Republican Congressman Tom Garrett from Virginia.

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Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has urged Congress to federally decriminalize marijuana Tuesday, introducing a bipartisan act to to remove the drug from the federal controlled substances list. 
“FBI reports have shown that in 2011 alone, an individual in the United States was arrested for marijuana use, sale or possession every 42 seconds,” Gabbard said in a statement. 
The congresswoman introduced the Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act (HR. 1227) with Republican Virginia Rep. Tom Garrett, calling on Congress to update its “outdated drug policies”. 
The pair called on Congress to take into account the growing body of evidence that suggests the medicinal benefits of marijuana, from the treatment of epileptic seizures to reducing anxiety and “even halting the growth of cancer cells.” 
The FDA currently classifies marijuana as a Schedule 1 classification, along with MDMA and heroin. - Russia Today
The demonization of marijuana goes back nearly 100 years to around the time of alcohol prohibition and the aftermath of the 1910 Mexican Revolution where streams of Mexican immigrants came into the United States bringing with them their cultural use of cannabis.  And like the demonization of Opium decades before when it was brought to the U.S. by Chinese immigrants during the construction of the railroads, the basis for pot's prohibition was primarily racial, and later political when psuedo-scientists and quack physicians paid by the government began PR campaigns to falsely equate the drug with crime, rape, and the actions of undesired immigrants.

Saturday, August 13, 2016

Citizens in Germany seek to make them the next Western state to legalize pot

Thousands rallied in Berlin on Aug. 13 to call for the legalization of Pot and the decriminalization of the drug in both medical and recreational use.

Citizens in Germany are part of the growing number of Western peoples seeking to put an end to laws that make the growing and using of marijuana (cannabis) a crime.
Some 4,000 supporters of marijuana legalization in Germany rolled through central Berlin. Demonstrators called on the government to allow marijuana for a broader medical use and stop prosecution for its possession. 
According to police figures, some 4,000 people took part in Saturday’s rally with no incidents or arrests reported. The crowds initially gathered at the central railway station before moving to the federal Health Ministry and then to the iconic Alexanderplatz. 
“The marijuana parade is the largest demonstration for the legalization of Cannabis as commodity, medicine, and natural stimulant in Germany,” the organizers wrote on their website. The latest march was staged under the slogan “Legalization is in the air” and was the 20th in a row after the movement was established in Berlin in 1997. 
People carried banners saying, “My brain belongs to me,” and “Cannabis is my medicine.” 
The spokesperson for the parade, Steffen Geyer, said in front of the gathering that the ban on the drug is leading to more problems and therefore requires a law legalizing it. “Legal cannabis would cause less harm if compared to the ban on it existing for 45 years,” Geyer stated. - Russia Today
The global 'War on Drugs' has been a complete waste of money, resources, and lives, and is only still being propagated by big Pharmaceutical companies that make billions from selling synthetic alternatives to marijuana for ailments such as pain, inflamation, digestive problems, and even cataracts.

In fact, studies recently out of Colorado show that revenues of pain drugs such as vicodin and oxycontin have fallen off a cliff once pot was legalized and began to replace the 'legal drugs' in consumer purchases.


There are now too many studies to mention that validate the benefits of cannabis and the fact that they are much less addictive than synthetic 'legal drugs' made by Big Pharma companies.  And while European countries like Holland have long proven that pot use does not lead to societal epidemics of crime and drug addiction as portrayed in government propaganda announcements and commercials, it is only in the last four years that the cultural stigma of marijuana decriminalization is finally beginning to surface and enter into the mainstream.