Since then with California passing of this Compassions Act scientific studies have proven what was and always has been Cannabis is a natural medicine totally compatible with the human body, giving more help if fields pharmaceuticals ( phar·ma·ceu·ti·cal / a compound manufactured for use as a medicinal drug. companies manufacturing medicinal drugs.) can and never will find. covering vast issues that are contained within it’s compounds. THC.
A healing plant God provided for all to use if necessary to relieve health issues. And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding … Nothing new in this to patients in need of this medicine. Yet we stand hinged on lies provided by opportunist to discredit it’s medical / legal usage. We as a nation need to stand up and fight against these type of treason being placed upon us and OUR RIGHTS under prop 215.
Prop 64 or A.U.M.A. has political backers that wish to take one of your last rights away and turn it against you for a profit. Look at these “backers”, not in need of money they have more that the average person, yet they would rather send YOU TO JAIL just because. Could it be because they fear losing a dollar? How much is enough? Once greed has gotten into your blood there is no satisfying or filling it’s hunger. They would rather see someone die than to give up one dollar of profit to help save a life. We all know there is enough to go around and everyone to be able to enjoy. Since 1996 there has been no place legal / federally to bank this money. So where is it hiding? With our economy and our people without how can they go undetected federally? A.U.M.A. or prop 64 gives them that avenue to deposit these hidden assets legally. It’s not so much they are pulling the blanket over your eyes, that so called blanket is actually a sack that is being pulled over you to bag you in. Once in there is no getting out.
Take notice to these so called compassionate people attempting to cut you out of your right to legally use. in 2010 one of his last laws passed then Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger 2003- 2011 In 2010, then-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger also slashed penalties for marijuana possession, reducing momentum for legalization shortly before the balloting. Since Schwarzenegger’s action, legalization advocates note there has been little improvement in the disproportionate effects criminalization of pot has had on California’s growing minority population. Overall felony arrests for marijuana have held steady but remain sharply skewed to young men of color, said Lynne Lyman, California director for the Drug Policy Alliance, which is supporting the AUMA campaign. Anti-Usage-Medical- Association
William W. West