MEDICAL CANNABIS SUPPORT RALLY Cranberry Township, 16066 on Saturday, Dec. 5, from 2 to 4 pm

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MEDICAL CANNABIS SUPPORT RALLY

PITTSBURGH, PA (DEC 4, 2015) The Pennsylvania Medical Cannabis Society (PAMCS), along with many concerned state residents, including those suffering from diseases which could be treated with medical cannabis and they have to buy weed online instead for their families, will be rallying at the Regional Learning Alliance and Conference Center, in Cranberry Township, 16066 on Saturday, Dec. 5, from 2 to 4 pm. Since there are some places to find out where to get the best weed concentrates to help their medical ailments. If you would like to learn more about the different types of concentrates available to you and other medicinal cannabis users, you can Visit this website for useful information, do online research or speak to a medical professional.

More than two weeks ago, the House Rules Committee voted to place SB3 on the legislative calendar, but it still has not received a vote. “While we support Leader Dave Reed’s efforts to gain consensus within his caucus, it’s now time to go forward with a clean bill that is not hobbled by unnecessary amendments,” said PAMCS Executive Director, Patrick Nightingale.

Patients and their families were repeatedly promised a medical cannabis bill would be passed this year and that it would not to be a part of the Budget negotiations. “Every time there is a delay in moving SB3, they tell us that they are consumed with the Budget. In the meantime, they passed over 15 bills since October 31st,” said Heather Shuker, mother of 12 year old Hannah, who has intractable epilepsy. This is disappointing for medicinal users that require the use of marijuana to lead a life that they otherwise would not be able to, with the use of Hamilton Devices or other consumption methods with LEGAL medicinal marijuana, many patients will begin to benefit, but not until this bill gets passed.

Along with Nightingale and Shuker, other speakers will include:

  • Dr. Cyril Wecht, renowned pathologist, on the latest medical research
  • Brandon Genescritti, a little person who uses medical cannabis to treat his chronic pain due to renal failure
  • Rich and Becky Witwer, parents of Grace, who died Nov. 11th from sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP)
  • Joe McGurk, father of 2 beautiful girls who both suffer from a catastrophic form of epilepsy called Dravet Syndrome
  • Lolly Bentch, Co-founder of Campaign for Compassion, and mother of Anna who suffers from severe epilepsy

The PAMCS strongly encourages any Pennsylvanians who support Medical Cannabis to attend. With Gov. Wolf ready to sign a bill that gets to his desk, a bill that best supports the patients who need it is our primary goal. As Executive Director Nightingale said, “We need to make sure that the bill that gets to the Governor’s is worth the effort and worth him signing it.”

ABOUT THE PENNSYLVANIA MEDICAL CANNABIS SOCIETY

The Pennsylvania Medical Cannabis Society (PAMCS) is a non-profit organization of medical cannabis industry professionals in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. PAMCS consists of industry professionals working together to: represent the PA medical cannabis industry in public venues including the government, private sector, and the media; provide members with timely information, expert services, and professional support on medical cannabis issues; and advance medical cannabis policy, science, education, and ethics.

CONTACT:

Sven Hosford, Media Director

Pennsylvania Medical Cannabis Society

412-915-5340

shosford@pamcs.org

http://pamcs.org

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2015 Congressional Letter Writing Campaign  | NORML Blog, Marijuana Law Reform

by Kevin Mahmalji, NORML Outreach Coordinator
October 24, 2015

Beginning on Monday, October 26, 2015, NORML Affiliates and Chapters from across the country will begin contacting their representatives to urge them to support one of the seventeen marijuana-related bills introduced since the 114th Congress convened on January 3, 2015.

NORML Letter Writing Campaign and ContestOver the past few months, NORML Affiliates and Chapters have demonstrated their ability to mobilize thousands of marijuana advocates from around the country so we hope all of you will join us in making this a successful campaign!

Project: NORML Congressional Letter Writing Campaign and Contest

Who: NORML Affiliates and Chapters

When: Monday, October 26, 2015 through Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Summary: Letter campaign targeting members of the House and Senate requesting their immediate support of pending marijuana-related legislation. We encourage the use of handwritten letters and emails.

Target Legislation:

CARERS Act

Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act

Stop Civil Asset Forfeiture Funding for Marijuana Suppression Act

Fair Access to Education Act

State Marijuana and Regulatory Tolerance Enforcement Act

Contest: We’re excited to announce that we have partnered with High Times to offer a pair of Cannabis Cup tickets to two lucky winners who participate in our campaign! By offering a contest, we hope to create some additional excitement around our 2015 Congressional Letter Writing Campaign, and in return, drive participation and engagement.

To enter, contact at least two of your three representatives using NORML’s Action Center by clicking one of the five bills listed above or simply use one of our templates that can be found here.

Then, take a picture of your letter and post it to your Facebook or Twitter page using the #ActNORML hashtag so we know you’re participating in the campaign!

Once the campaign comes to an end at 7PM MST on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, a random winner will be selected from Facebook and Twitter.

Official Contest Rules!

1. ENTRY: No purchase necessary to enter or win. Contestants will enter by submitting photos of letters to Congress via Facebook and Twitter.

2. ELIGIBILITY: This contest is open only to legal U.S. residents, over the age of 18. Void where prohibited by law. Contestants residing in those areas where the contest is void may participate in the contest but may not win any prizes.

3. WINNER SELECTION: NORML’s staff will randomly pick one winner from Facebook and one winner from Twitter. All decisions of the are final.

4. PRIZES: Winners will receive two High Times Cannabis Cup tickets to a venue of their choice, with a maximum value of less than $100.

5. WINNER NOTIFICATION: Winners will be notified within 14 days after the determination date. Inability to connect with a winner may result in disqualification and selection of an alternate winner.

6. GENERAL CONDITIONS:

a. Participants hereby grant NORML a non-exclusive, perpetual, worldwide license to broadcast, publish, store, reproduce, distribute, syndicate, and otherwise use and exhibit the Submission (along with their names, voices, performance and/or likenesses) in all media now known and later come into being for purposes of trade or advertising without further compensation. Participants represent and warrant that they have full legal right, power and authority to grant NORML the foregoing license and if applicable, have secured all necessary rights from any participants in, and contributors to, their Submission in order to grant such a license.

b. NORML is under no obligation to use any submission or return submissions to participants.

c. Winners will be required to execute and return a Certificate of Eligibility, Consent and General Release form within 14 days of notification. Non-compliance within this time period may result in disqualification and selection of an alternate winner. Any income tax liability is the sole responsibility of the winner.

7. USE OF CONTEST INFORMATION: All entries become the property of NORML. NORML reserves the right to use any and all information related to the contest, including submissions provided by the contestants, for editorial, marketing and any other purpose, unless prohibited by law.

8. NOT ENDORSED BY FACEBOOK: By participating in this contest, you acknowledge that this contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook and release Facebook from any and all liability arising from or related to this contest. The information you are providing for this contest is being provided to NORML and not to Facebook, and will be used to notify you if you have won, and to inform you about special offers from NORML and our trusted partners.

9. NOT ENDORSED BY TWITTER: By participating in this contest, you acknowledge that this contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Twitter and release Twitter from any and all liability arising from or related to this contest. The information you are providing for this contest is being provided to NORML and not to Twitter, and will be used to notify you if you have won, and to inform you about special offers from NORML and our trusted partners.

10. CONDUCT: All contest participants agree to be bound by these Official Rules. NORML in its sole discretion, reserves the right to disqualify any person it finds to be tampering with the entry process, the operation of its web site or is otherwise in violation of these rules.

11. LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY: NORML is not responsible for late, lost or misdirected email or for any computer, online, telephone or technical malfunctions that may occur. If for any reason, the contest is not capable of running as planned, including infection by computer virus, bugs, tampering, unauthorized intervention or technical failures of any sort, NORML may cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the contest. Entrants further agree to release NORML from any liability resulting from, or related to participation in the contest.

 

2015 Congressional Letter Writing Campaign  | NORML Blog, Marijuana Law Reform.