That's a great idea. Is there a booth or any type of information
source at the fair? This is a huge opportunity to reach the voters,
patients and demonstrate the benefits. I will be at the fair one
Who are the lead lawyers in the state who are fighting for us?
Who are the friendly politicians?
Who are the farm leaders? I feel that the hemp products could really
benefit states like yours for the farmers.
Who are the leading patient advocates ?
Is MN Normal Strong? Do they have a strong coordinated support
Americans for Safe Access has some outstanding materials on
their website to put in front of opponents.
Are there any cities in
Minnesota where you have govt officials who want medical marijuana for their
In a message dated 8/16/2011 2:32:07 A.M. US Mountain Standard Time,
[address removed] writes:
Our political system did a 180 last election so everything we had going
for us disappeared. We still have legislators who would support and introduce
these efforts but not enough support to get anything through, (MPP may have
better individual legislature figures). We really need to have a much more
energized and engaged electorate. As for a metro meeting next week, I am 3.5
hours north one way on a good day, so I tend to prefer long productive
meetings if I am going to spend 7+ hours on the road, and especially now with
funds tight on unemployment. If we can get the petition thing going for the
State Fair it is likely I would be down during your time frame and at the
State fair grounds since I have already volunteered for the event if it
happens. One way or another we can keep the dialoged flowing.
W. D. (Bill) Hamm
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