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CrystalPeoplesStokes Jun 19
Unfortunately, the holdouts on outside of the Assembly has caused legalization to be halted. The fight for this session is not over, the A8420a Decrim bill is an opportunity to expunge the records of thousands of New Yorkers.
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Shaun King Jun 15
Dear New York Legislature, You have 5 days left to get this right. The Governor has already said he’ll sign the bill. It’s now up to you to legalize and decriminalize cannabis in our state and end this discrimination once and for all.
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Rep. Barbara Lee Jul 10
The failed has devastated communities of color-- and more states are finally addressing that reality. Congress needs to do the same by passing the Act and ending the federal prohibition on cannabis once and for all.
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Jenna Wadsworth 20h
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Rep. Barbara Lee Aug 1
We have a real chance to right the wrongs of the failed War on Drugs. As Co-Chair of the Cannabis Caucus, I’ll fight to make sure everyone has a fair shot – especially communities of color who have been harmed the most by US drug laws.
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Steven W Hawkins Jul 10
Today's congressional hearing on ending cannabis prohibition is historic. Two-thirds of all the states have now adopted legalization or medical cannabis policies. It’s time for Congress to finally address the conflicts between state and federal law.
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Micah McLain Jun 17
Please support the . It's critical we support social equity, clemency and record expungement for people who are incarcerated for non-violent, prohibitionist cannabis crimes.
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Dr. Marsha Marsha Marsha Jun 19
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Rep. Barbara Lee Jul 31
Communities of color have been disproportionately impacted by cannabis prohibition. We must do more than decriminalize cannabis – we have to address the devastating effects of the failed War on Drugs to black and brown people.
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Senator Liz Krueger Jun 19
Unfortunately, it is now clear that will not pass this session. This is only a delay, but that delay means countless lives will continue to be upended by unnecessary enforcement. I will continue to push for and a rational, legal adult-use policy.
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David Crosby's Mighty Croz Cannabis Jul 12
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CrystalPeoplesStokes Jun 21
The passing of A8420a is an opportunity to help thousands of New Yorkers now! Providing relief and opening doors for people who need . This bill will energize/provide momentum to continue fighting for full justice through MRTA next session!
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Cannabis News 📰 Jun 23
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Chelsea Higgs Wise Jul 30
Out here hustling T-shirts! can’t thank y’all enough for all the support & I’m hype to get this online store going for merchandise! But for now hit me up for your tee! $25 goes straight to pumping out education on why & how to
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DeAnna Hoskins Jul 22
Grateful for and proud to support the people doing this critical work. "The hearing itself demonstrated the need for lawmakers to pursue meaningful learning on the topics of marijuana reform, racial justice, & their SIGNIFICANT OVERLAP."
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Rep. Barbara Lee Jul 10
Communities of color have been disproportionately impacted by the failed . It's time to end the ridiculous federal prohibition on cannabis and enact real . Thank you for holding this hearing!
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NYCDefenderServices Jun 19
Today is Juneteenth, the anniversary of the end of slavery. It’s also the last day of the NYS legislative session. We are disturbed and upset to learn that the legislature has decided not to pass reform this session. /1
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Dank Jun 25
It’s official! Illinois will become the 11th state to legalize recreational marijuana. This bill also clears cannabis offenses from criminal records. The law will go into effect on January 1st 💚
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Brooklyn Defender Services Jun 12
We’re joining defenders from across New York in Albany to demand . Racist marijuana enforcement continues to devastate communities across our state. Pass the MRTA now!
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ann-tuh-neen Jun 19
I started the day devastated by the cowardice of the NY state legislature, but I’m ending it in love with the bravery of our movement.
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