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Stop Colorado Medical Marijuana Threats

Colorado Medical Marijuana Threats


Stop The Feds!

As most are aware, the Federal Government is stepping in in an attempt to enforce distance parameters for medical marijuana dispensaries in Colorado. MarijuanaConnections.com urges you to take action and join the thousands of medical marijuana patients, providers, and supporters in speaking out against these unjust federal laws targeting Colorado's medicinal marijuana community.

How can I help stop threats on Colorado medical marijuana?


Help prevent these unfair restrictions on the legal marijuana industry by taking a few minutes to dial your Congress member and request that they stand up for the rights of Colorado residents.

It is also extremely helpful to the preservation of Colorado medicinal cannabis that after you have called your congress member to express your opinion, you pass this message on to colleagues, friends, and family who support medicinal cannabis and the state's sovereignty to follow your lead.

Contact information for Colorado's congressional delegation and a sample script are below.


Sample Phone Script

"I am a constituent in your new district who supports medical marijuana patients. I'm calling to say that our state's medical marijuana system is working and we need to Stop Federal Interference in our state laws. The Colorado state government is doing an excellent job of safely regulating medical marijuana distribution and I ask that the US Attorney cease his actions in shutting down state-legal medical marijuana dispensaries. Please ask the representative to contact US Attorney John Walsh and tell him to cease interfering in Colorado's tightly-regulated medical marijuana program. Thank you"

(Optional) "Additionally, I would respectfully ask that Representative _______________ co-sponsor H.R. 1983 - the States Medical Marijuana Patient Protection Act - which would protect our state's medical marijuana patients and providers from federal interference. Thank you!"



U.S. Representative Contact Information


District 1 (Denver) - D-Representative Diana DeGette (202)225-4431

District 2 (Boulder/Longmont/Loveland/Ft. Collins) - D-Representative Jared Polis (202)225-2161

District 3 (Western Slope, including Aspen, Grand Junction and Pueblo) - R-Representative Scott Tipton (202) 225-4761

District 4 (Eastern Plains including Greeley and Castle Rock) - R-Representative Cory Gardner (202) 225-4676

District 5 (Colorado Springs/Salida) - R-Representative Doug Lamborn (202) 225-4422

District 6 (Aurora/Douglas/Adams) - R-Representative Mike Coffman (202) 225-7882

District 7 (North Metro/Arvada/Golden/Jefferson County) - D-Representative Ed Perlmutter (202) 225-2645

U.S. Senators
Senator Mark E. Udall (202) 224-5941
Senator Michael F. Bennet (202) 224-5852

Thank you for taking action to support Colorado's medical cannabis industry, the patients who rely on it and the many Colorado residents that it employs.


**This is the first state and national call-in day from supporters of Colorado patients and providers. In a show of solidarity, please encourage everyone in your community and/or at your dispensary to take two minutes to participate. Organizations participating in this "Day of Action" include ACT4CO, CSMCC, MMAPA, MMIG, NCIA, Sensible Colorado, dozens of medical cannabis businesses and more

Comments

Anonymous said…
Will work better with the majority of the State's Sheriffs and the 10 th Amendment Center Folks! Time to fight these Zealots!

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