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LPP is dedicated to repairing the past and continuing harms of the criminalization of cannabis through intervention, advocacy, and awareness.
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Students for Sensible Drug Policy 8h
Today, the House Judiciary Committee stood up for justice, equity, & repairing the harms of the in the long push to end prohibition and passed the MORE Act. Thank you, & , for your leadership & vision!
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The Last Prisoner Project 8h
This is amazing news! So much support, onto the House floor!
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The Last Prisoner Project 8h
We know that racial animus was the reason for the unjust War on Drugs. Now we must work to repair the past and continuing harms to those who have suffered due to prohibition and ensure that those disproportionately affected can benefit from the legal industry.
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Willie's Reserve Nov 19
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Fernando Saicha Nov 19
"No hay suficiente evidencia para decir que los unicornios no existen." Otro ignorante...
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The Last Prisoner Project Nov 19
The most comprehensive marijuana reform bill ever introduced in the US Congress is set to have a vote take place tomorrow! Visit this link created by to send letters to your members of Congress to support this legislation.
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High Times Nov 18
Miles behind. is the only Democratic candidate front-runner still withholding support for legalization.
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Brett Banditelli Nov 17
Just so we're clear Joe Biden skipped the California Democratic Convention, including a univision forum, so he could go to Vegas and call marijuana a gateway drug.
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Justin Strekal Nov 18
Wild: Through , supporters of ending marijuana prohibition and criminalization have sent 10,809 messages to Congress in support of the MORE Act in just 90 minutes. The bill is getting a markup in this week. Find out more here:
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Andrew Yang🧢 Nov 18
Marijuana should be legal nationwide. It is already legal in several states, it reflects a safer approach to pain relief than opiates, and our administration of drug laws is deeply uneven and racist.
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J. D. Lauritzen Nov 18
. told a crowd in Las Vegas on Saturday that he wouldn’t legalize cannabis because “there’s not nearly been enough evidence that has been acquired as to whether or not it’s a gateway drug.” A “gateway drug,” really?
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Summit Denver Nov 18
We cannot wait for at Summit on November 29th with and ! All proceeds will be donated to . 💚 TICKETS:
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Lowcountry NORML Nov 18
I just sent a letter to my lawmakers in support of ending marijuana prohibition with Do the same:
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NORML Nov 18
URGENT: Biggest Marijuana News of the Year
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The Last Prisoner Project Nov 18
Over the weekend when asked about cannabis reform former Vice President Joe Biden said, "there's not nearly been enough evidence that has been acquired as to whether or not it is a gateway drug.” Our new blog post details how harmful this rhetoric is.
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The Last Prisoner Project Nov 18
Amazing news! Keep your eyes peeled for this Wednesday!
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Nov 17
Marijuana should be legalized, and drug consumption should be decriminalized. These are matters of public health.
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MERRY JANE Nov 17
The US could be making billions from collecting business tax revenues, sales tax revenues, and payroll taxes, instead of spending billions enforcing prohibition laws. 🇺🇸🌱
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Eliza Orlins Nov 17
No. , you must know marijuana prohibition has disproportionately impacted low-income communities & communities of color, fueling mass criminalization, & a crisis of over-incarceration. Perpetuating unsubstantiated theories like this hurts people.
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