Petition Tag - medical marijuana

1. Stop Legalization of Cultivating Marijuana within Lancaster, California

With the initial legalization of medical marijuana within several cities and states, it became impossible for all doctor locations to be fully monitored. The ability to obtain a medical marijuana license does not require any other doctor recommendations, and provided to those who even claimed a headache. Doctors were doing it illegally and most places talking to a doctor over a laptop computer an empty office but with only a receptionist. Now with the legalization of marijuana as a recreational drug there are no limits to what people will do with this freedom.
Marijuana is no different from any other drug. It alters the brain chemistry, brings unproductiveness, creates a "high", delusions, paranoia, a removal from reality, and laziness in individuals who smoke or ingest it.
The cultivation of it within the city limits of Lancaster, California should not be for the reasons of financial gain that the government will receive. This focus is disregarding the well being and mental health of the people of our city. Allowing the cultivation of marijuana within our city will only further encourage the use of marijuana and the confirmation of the counsels' disregard in how it will affect the city as a whole people.
Consider the voice of the people, putting aside the pocketbook of marijuana cultization, who truly want to contribute to being a productive part of society, and help this city to flourish in the businesses and jobs created.

2. Allow Recreational and Medical Marijuana Retail Stores in the City Limits of Puyallup

On November 3, 2012, Washington residents voted to legalize recreational marijuana. Four years later, the City of Puyallup has still not allowed recreational marijuana stores within the city limits. As citizens, it is our civic duty to make sure the City of Puyallup follows Washington state law.

Please sign this petition to encourage the City of Puyallup to allow recreational and medicinal marijuana retail stores within the city limits of Puyallup.

3. Winston Jobs & Revenue! Remove Ban on Medical & Recreational Cannabis Businesses!


In the Great State of Oregon Medical and Recreational Marijuana is legal. Recreational Sales and Producer laws were passed in 2016 Measure 91. Winston has banned the Legal retail sale and business cultivation of of cannabis which disqualifies the City from Cannabis jobs and Oregon tax revenue to Winston Schools, County Police, City Police and Drug Counseling.

Sign the Petition to request that Winston Council and Mayor remove the Prohibition Ordinance. Personal Recreational and Medical growing is already legal, only a City Ordinance prevents Marijuana Businesses. Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) has heavy regulated strict licensing, rules and regulations. The OLCC requires Licenses, inspections, fees, and required educational classes for the following:


Measure 91
Text of Measure Be it Enacted by the People of the State of Oregon:
This Act shall be known as: Control, Regulation, and Taxation of Marijuana and Industrial Hemp Act
SECTION 1. (1) The People of the State of Oregon declare that the purposes of this Act are:
(a) To eliminate the problems caused by the prohibition and uncontrolled manufacture, delivery, and possession of marijuana within this state;
(b) To protect the safety, welfare, health, and peace of the people of this state by prioritizing the state’s limited law enforcement resources in the most effective, consistent, and rational way;
(c) To permit persons licensed, controlled, regulated, and taxed by this state to legally manufacture and sell marijuana to persons 21 years of age and older, subject to the provisions of this Act;

Read full Measure 91 Text at:

4. White Rock Mayor Urged to Approve Medical Marijuana Pilot Project

It is no secret that medical marijuana facilities have been growing in number in BC's Lower Mainland. Many of these facilities have opened and operated without the guidance of their government or local city officials, resulting in certain relaxed operating protocols, miscommunication and facilities being shut down on a frequent basis.

Rather than risking the confusion and inconsistency, communities can initiate a Pilot Project which would allow a Mayor and City Council the opportunity to openly work with a pilot facility, such as Releaf Compassion Centers, to create operating protocols and bylaws.

The pilot facility's operating protocols would be up for public scrutiny and adjustment until the point is reached where the community and the pilot facility no longer have concerns that need addressing. Then all facilities that wish to open within the community will have to abide by those agreed upon standards.

Releaf has requested a Pilot Project with the City of White Rock, believing that it will be an effective solution to creating safe community-based access to medical marijuana that supports the needs and concerns of the everyone.

5. Medical Cannabis for West Virginia

Since 2012 there have been multiple bills introduced in the West Virginia House and Senate seeking to allow safe access to medical marijuana for approved patients.

No bill has yet to pass the Senate or House Health and Human Resources Committee.

Any collected signatures will be submitted to these committees before legislative sessions in 2017.

6. Keep Motacan Compassion Society Open

Motacan Compassion Society located in Aldergrove, BC recently received a letter from Legal counsel for the Township of Langley. They are asking us to close our doors before February 29, 2016, leaving our members without safe, reasonable access to their medication. As a non-profit organization, MCS strives to assist those eligible to safe, reasonable access to their medicinal cannabis products.

We have already built a solid relationship in the community with local businesses, and have had nothing but positive feedback from everybody we have spoken with.

We plan on continuing to provide positive change in the community, and helping any way we can.

7. We Support Medical Marijuana

On November 24th, 2015 all Medical Cannabis Dispensaries in Vernon, BC were served with a Cease and Desist warning from RCMP and Health Canada. We were given verbal notice to close our doors or possibly face criminal charges, including our patients.

Do you support Medical Cannabis Dispensaries in Vernon and the Okanagan Valley? The dispensary owners of Vernon wish to continue serving our patients and need your support.

Please sign this petition:

We, residents of Vernon and the Okanagan Valley, are in full support of Medicinal Cannabis Dispensaries in our area. We wish to have full access to medicine without disruption or prejudice.

We would like to handle this in a very professional manner, please no slander or disrespect to City Officials or RCMP.

8. Medical Marijuana for West Virginia

Medical marijuana (or medical cannabis) refers to the use of marijuana as a physician-prescribed therapy to reduce the pain or discomfort associated with some medical conditions or to lessen the side effects of some traditional medical treatments.

Medical marijuana is used for a variety of ailments and conditions, including

Easing nausea and vomiting.

Stimulating appetite in chemotherapy and/or AIDS patients.

Reducing eye pressure in glaucoma patients.

Managing chronic pain.

Treating gastrointestinal illnesses.

Recent research has also suggested that some of the compounds in marijuana may have beneficial qualities for patients suffering from a variety of other conditions, such as multiple sclerosis (MS), Alzheimer's disease, breast cancer, brain cancer, Lou Gehrig's Disease, insomnia, and even asthma.

Medicinal compounds in marijuana

Cannabis contains almost 500 compounds, of which about 80 are used for medicine and science. Five of these compounds are used frequently in medicine:

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the chemical in marijuana that produces its psychoactive effects. This chemical has been proven to also be a mild pain reliever and sleep inducer, as well as an antioxidant.

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the primary compounds extracted for medical marijuana. CBD has been provent to relieve convulsion, inflammation, anxiety, cough, congestion, and nausea, and it inhibits cancer cell growth.

Cannabinol (CBN) is thought to inhibit the spread of cancer cells.

β-caryophyllene is used to reduce inflammation.

Cannabigerol relieves intraocular pressure of the eye, so it's used in the treatment of glaucoma.

States that have legalized medical marijuana use

Currently, medical marijuana is legal in 18 of the 50 states, plus the District of Columbia.

Alaska, Michigan, Arizona, Montana, California, Nevada, Colorado, New Jersey, Connecticut, New Mexico, District of Columbia, Oregon, Delaware, Rhode Island, Hawaii, Vermont, Maine, Washington, Massachusetts

The laws regarding medical marijuana vary from state to state. For example, the amount of marijuana a person is allowed to possess ranges from one ounce to 24 ounces. The fee to obtain a medical marijuana ID card ranges from state to state as well (from $25 to $200). Most states require proof of residency for a person to qualify for a medical marijuana prescription, while other states accept registry ID cards from any state.

Several states that have legalized medical marijuana have received letters from the U.S. Attorney General's office stating that despite state laws, the federal government still considers the growth, distribution, or possession of marijuana to be a federal crime. In some cases, the Department of Justice has raided dispensaries of state-sanctioned medical marijuana, while the IRS and other federal agencies have targeted banks and landlords who do business with them. The discrepancy between state and federal laws will probably be played out in court in the coming years.

Public opinion of medical marijuana
The outcome of future court cases could be influenced by public opinion, which is changing. Recent polls indicate that about 83% of Americans are in favor of allowing doctors to prescribe marijuana for patients suffering from serious illnesses, up from just 62% in 1997. But opposition to the drug remains strong.

One of the biggest criticisms of medical marijuana has to do with an implied perception that the drug is administered by smoking. Decades of conventional wisdom have led people to believe that "smoking pot" is taboo — not to mention that smoking, whatever the substance, has been proven to be unhealthy. However, medical marijuana is often administered to patients in alternative ways, including inhalers, pills, and even edible baked goods. These means of dispensation have proven to be healthier and sometimes more effective in relieving patients' pain or discomfort.

9. Support Matthew Brittain for operating Medical Marijuana Dispensary, Hilo Hawaii

In April, 2016, the Hawaii Department of Health will issue two licenses for the operation of Medical Marijuana Dispensaries and Greenhouses on the Big Island of Hawaii. Support for Matthew Brittain in obtaining one of these licenses will assure Medical Marijuana patients on Hawaii Island safe and reliable access to high quality medicine.

Here are some of Mr. Brittain’s qualifications:

Matthew Brittain has demonstrated long-standing commitment to Hawaii’s legalization of Medical Marijuana (MUM). In addition to thorough understanding of MUM legal requirements and protocols, Matthew has facilitated State certification of thousands of patients seeking to use and grow their own medication. Many of these patients have been too ill or lacked access to garden space to grow their medicine.

As a respected health care provider with a decades-long track record, Matthew is a trusted expert in the efficacy of marijuana for addressing health issues.

Additionally, Matthew's extensive experience as an avid and skilled Medical Marijuana gardener, specializing in developing potent and productive local strains, uniquely qualifies him to produce high quality and effective medicine for Hawaii Island's patients.

By providing a consistent source of Medical Marijuana, Matthew Brittain will serve our community while consistently supporting local vendors, employing island residents, and supporting our local economy.

Matthew’s devotion to Hawaii ensures that his company, Effective Medicinals, LLC, will serve the highest good of the patients, the aina, and all who live in Hawaii.

10. Legalize Marijuana in Pennsylvania

A bipartisan group of senators is sponsoring legislation that will allow the seriously ill and suffering to use medical marijuana with their doctors’ recommendations. This bill, SB 3, exactly mirrors the medical marijuana legislation that passed the Senate 43-7 last year. I side with these compassionate senators in supporting medical marijuana legislation and I ask that you do so, too.

It is immoral to continue criminalizing seriously ill patients with multiple sclerosis, cancer, and other serious illnesses who wish to treat their debilitating symptoms with medical marijuana. Their medical use of marijuana is less of a public safety issue than is the legal, prescribed use of opiates. While more than 16,000 Americans die each year from overdosing on prescription painkillers, marijuana has never caused a fatal overdose. It’s time to give these patients a safer treatment option, which, for some, is the only thing that works.

Twenty-three states and D.C. have similar programs that are working quite well. And polls consistently show that more than 80% of us in Pennsylvania now support a medical marijuana program in the Keystone State. I respectfully request that you vote “yes” for medical marijuana at every chance you get.

11. Lower number of medical marijuana collectives in the mid city area

There is easily more than 30 medical marijuana dispensaries in the mid city area alone. They line up each side of the streets on any main blvd like venice, la brea, washington, fairfax, the list can go on.

The influence it has on the youth is great and I as a student of a local school in mid city see the effects they have on the youth in my community first hand.

Marijuana can be acquired easily by any school student of any age in Los Angeles due to the abundance of shops that sometimes sell medical marijuana to people who aren't even registered patients and minors. Every home in the area is within walking distance from medical dispensaries. Parks and movies and more positive recreational facilities are less common compared to the number of medical marijuana shops in the city.

12. LEGALIZE MEDICAL MARIJUANA IN AUSTRALIA 2015 - "Nature is not Criminal"

Medical Marijuana in Australia is an idea whose time has come. It's a frustratingly complex issue, though, since both the Commonwealth and State governments have jurisdiction. As you know, access (under medical supervision) to quality-controlled Marijuana is legal in many countries worldwide, as well as a majority of US states. But Australia remains stuck in the last century.

It is time to form together as the people of this country and demand this to go forward, if we can spread this petition and get enough signatures we can bring it to the attention of the Australian government after all of these years of trying, let's actually do it!

Cannabis is the most widely used illicit drug in Australia, with a reported one-third of all Australians aged 22 or older (33.5%, about 5.8 million) having tried cannabis and 1 million using it in the past year. It is estimated that 750,000 Australians use cannabis every week, and approximately 300,000 smoke it on a daily basis. Australia has one of the highest cannabis prevalence rates in the world, and Australia's indigenous population has higher levels of cannabis use.

Almost every day we hear from sufferers (usually age 50+) of cancer, glaucoma, pain and other chronic ailments -- sufferers who have become aware of Marijuana health benefits, envy its legal availability overseas, and ask us why they can't access it here without fear of fine and/or imprisonment. They're a steadily growing demographic, and we can't give them an answer. Medical Marijuana users don't even have to get "high". The most healthful way is to ingest Medical Marijuana, and in its correct doses, or which allows the patient to minimize or eliminate any unwanted Psychoactive effects of their Medicine! Which eliminates the argument of the possible harmful toxic effects from smoking Medical Marijuana.

Medical cannabis can be administered using a variety of methods, including vaporizing or smoking dried buds, eating extracts, taking capsules or using oral sprays. Synthetic cannabinoids are available as prescription drugs in some countries; examples include: dronabinol (available in the United States (US) and Canada) and nabilone (available in Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom (UK), and the US). Recreational use of cannabis is illegal in most parts of the world, but the medical use of cannabis is legal in certain countries, including Austria, Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain.

In the US, federal law outlaws all cannabis use, while 20 states and the District of Columbia no longer prosecute individuals merely for the possession or sale of marijuana, as long as the individuals are in compliance with the state's marijuana sale regulations. However, an appeals court ruled in January 2014 that a 2007 Ninth Circuit ruling remains binding in relation to the ongoing illegality, in federal legislative terms, of Californian cannabis dispensaries, reaffirming the impact of the federal Controlled Substances Act.

Since 1972, there have been numerous proposals in the United States to remove cannabis from Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act, the most tightly restricted category reserved for drugs which have "no currently accepted medical use". Rescheduling proponents argue that cannabis does not meet the Controlled Substances Act's strict criteria for placement in Schedule I, and therefore the government is required by law either to permit medical use or to remove the drug from federal control altogether. The government, on the other hand, maintains that cannabis is dangerous enough to merit Schedule I status. The dispute is based on differing views on how the Act should be interpreted and what kinds of scientific evidence are most relevant to the rescheduling decision.

We Believe its time Australia finally catches up with the rest of the world in regard to the Medical Benefits and fair classification of this naturally occurring plant which has been used for thousands of years by humans.

Making Medical Marijuana legal would allow the government to tax and regulate its production. Instead of wasting money on enforcement of the current laws, the Australian government would actually gain money through legalization of Medical marijuana. More importantly, it would have the ability to control growing conditions and ensure that the product is safe for consumption and be tested for pesticides and other harmful substances it may contain.

Licensing and taxing medical Marijuana suppliers and users would also provide a substantial revenue boost to the National Economy, as the US Government happily discovered after re-legalizing alcohol in 1933. In addition, growers in rural and even urban electorates would be major beneficiaries.

The sale legal sale of marijuana would be a significant financial boom, both to private citizens who choose to enter the industry and the government who can, and should, tax the use of the drug heavily. The taxes generated by legal marijuana sale would be more than enough to fully fund a thorough and expansive drug treatment program, helping those who wish to quit (marijuana and other illegal drugs) and rendering aid to those who need it.

The illegal import of drugs is a multi-billion dollar a year industry, all of the profit going to criminals, killers, and dangerous organizations. If marijuana were legalized and regulated, the marijuana black market would be entirely eliminated and the immense expenditure on both the war on drugs and the sale of drugs could be turned to far more practical applications.

The money saved on police budgeting from the war on drugs could also be more wisely spent, allowing police to focus on gangs, violence, organized crime, and the prosecution of dangerous, violent criminals. And, at last, Australian government advisory bodies and mass media are slowly and somewhat silently attempting to advocating medical Marijuana legalization.

We Say Let The people of Australia have the free right to use the naturally occurring plant Cannabis / Marijuana for medical and recreational purposes in Australia.


13. Reclassify Marijuana

This is a Petition asking President Obama to do whatever he can in his ability as President of the United State to reclassify marijuana from a Schedule 1 classification as it is not a narcotic.

14. Legalize Recreational Marijuana in Florida

With Colorado and Washington both Legalizing recreational use of Marijuana: Florida could expect to see an estimate between 250 - 600 million dollars in tax revenue. Florida could also see anywhere between 30 to 75 million dollars in tax savings.

With Florida being a major tourist destination: tourists may want to take part in buying marijuana at various "shops" where they can purchase, and consume. Therefore boosting the states economy. With Florida Prisons Florida could expect to see anywhere between 500 million to 2 billion dollars in savings for prosecuting the plants legalization. The prohibition of marijuana costs tax payers an estimated 42 billion dollars annually.

In California alone: marijuana growers account for 14 billion in sales. Florida could easily double that, while putting a consumption tax on the drug (like cigarettes).While the marijuana industry accumulates 36 billion a year in the selling of it illegally: people could expect to see that number double if it were legalized. Bloomberg estimates also that marijuana legalization could be a 45 to 100 Billion dollar market. therefore boosting local economies.

Where the extra revenue can be used to create more jobs, provide government assistance to those in need, housing assistance, and medicare to the elderly in need.

Everyone who signs this petition: I strongly recommend you posting the web address to your facebook, twitter, or social media website you currently are subscribed to. The more people that see this, agree, and sign it: the better of a chance that Congress will look into this, put it on the next, presidential ballot, and get it passed. Don't put it off.

15. Michigan marijuana legalization

In 2014 we saw Colorado completely bring themselves out of debt just by making marijuana available for recreational use. They have received almost 30 million in taxes that has been used to fix their schools their roads and has brought so many small businesses out of a rut.

I think its time for Michigan to follow suit. Just think about it 30 million in just 1 year for the state to use to fix our roads and schools. There is so many more positive things to come out of recreational use of marijuana.

We will have so many businesses bringing jobs back to this state, and as a veteran with PTSD it would make many people like me be at ease.

16. Full Legalization of Marijuana in the State of Texas


There is a new petition for the Full Legalization of Marijuana in the United States of America!

YOU HAVE TO CONFIRM YOUR SIGNATURE IN THE EMAIL THE WHITE HOUSE SENDS YOU FOR IT TO BE COUNTED! If you do not click the link in the email that is sent to confirm your signature, it will not be counted and you will have wasted your time! Don't let that happen.

In addition to the petition for Full Legalization of Marijuana in the State of Texas, another petition has also been created for the Full Legalization of Marijuana in the United States of America due to overwhelming response! Will you add your name to ours? If this petition gets 100,000 signatures by February 11, 2015, the White House will review it and respond!

We the People allows anyone to create and sign petitions asking the Obama Administration to take action on a range of issues. If a petition gets enough support, the Obama Administration will issue an official response.

You can view and sign the petition here:

Full Legalization of Marijuana in the United States of America

"Local and state authorities in Texas spent an estimated $746 million combined on arresting marijuana offenders in 2013, over 71,000 arrests in all."

That's very sad because that's a lot of wasted money and a lot of good people wasting away in jail over an herb. Our government could instead use that money to improve our state school systems or fix the pot holes on our streets so that we don't throw our Starbucks all over the headliners of our cars! It seems like the only argument authorities have as to why medicinal cannabis, or decriminalization of cannabis, should not be allowed is that it will eventually lead to full legalization.

If that is what they are concerned about, then let's go ahead and talk about that. Everyone knows that the ultimate goal of our movement is for full legalization at this point in time. To ask for legalization of a substance for medicinal use only, a substance that is used recreationally as well in equal if not much higher numbers, is not a very progressive thing to do in this day and age. The argument against approval of cannabis for medicinal use is that it will fund the illegal side of the equation, which they are correct in that some individuals will always try to take advantage of a situation if they can. That side of the equation is what has never been addressed and is not going away now or anytime in the foreseeable future.

Cannabis is a plant that has been used by many people all around the world for many different reasons for many years. People have continued to use it for years in our country, for whatever their own reasons, even though it has been deemed of no value under our current law. It continues to be used today in even greater numbers despite all of the efforts made to persecute people who choose to enjoy its many benefits.

The only solution to this problem is full legalization and regulation. If full legalization is passed our state will enjoy tremendous economic windfalls and soaring tax revenues. "Many argue that the costs of prohibition far outweigh any possible negatives of penalty reduction or legalization. A conservative estimate shows a net-gain of over $900 million from cannabis legalization."

We know our state could do a lot of good things with money that we will never see unless we stop persecuting a plant and the innocent people who have enjoyed it for thousands of years and will continue to for thousands more! As one of the greatest minds our world has ever known once said, "The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking." - Albert Einstein

What the Obama Administration Has to Say About Legalizing Marijuana

Cited source:
Texas Sheriff's Association Says They Will Fight All Marijuana Bills

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17. Legalize medical cannabis for terminaly ill cancer patients

Hundreds and thousands of British cancer patients have sat in an Oncologists consulting room and been told that they have a cancer that can't be treated.The prognosis is terminal and even chemotherapy would not save them.

Given this scenario of your imminent demise within weeks or a few months, it seems logical that the patients be given the right to seek an alternative means of extending their life, in such a way as not not incur costs to the State.

This petition calls for the legalization of medical cannabis for those who are told the news that there in no more conventional treatment available.

18. Time to Legalize Medical Marijuana in Texas

I am tired of taking pills for my medical conditions. I want and need a safer and more holistic alternative. Cannabis has been there this whole time yet it is still being kept from us.

We now know that it cures cancer, helps with epilepsy, seizures, insomnia, pain, PTSD and now even Alzheimer's. The list goes on and on.

I feel that it is my right to put on herb into my body as opposed to pharmaceuticals which are deadly. It is your right too. It is time for our government to hear us. By signing this petition you are not saying that you use marijuana (I do not use it. My doctor drug tests me to make sure I stay addicted to the pills!) you are simply saying that IT IS YOUR RIGHT to choose your medication.

Pills kill, cannabis heals. Please sign this petition and pass it around Texas to everyone you know.

Thank you. To your health! (FB "Hennie Bounds").

19. Support Rastafari Marijuana Religious Rights

In this age, when it is no longer plausible to deny the psychological and physiological benefits of Marijuana, politicians and corporate interests are looking to exploit a potential resource, without redressing the injustices perpetrated against those whom have utilized Marijuana for mental and physical therapy.

In particular, Marijuana has been a fundamental religious/spiritual sacrament to those of the Rastafarian Faith. We, Rastafarians ask the global community for a show of support in our resistance against violations of our religious rights guaranteed to us by The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in hopes that all will eventually secure what is sacred and due to humanity.

20. Stop The City of Black Diamond from Eliminating Lady Buds

Lady Buds is a secure members only organization dedicated to holistic healing and compassion and helping people live better more fulfilling lives through adult responsible and legally medially authorized use of medical marijuana.

Lady Buds does not buy or sell marijuana. Lady Buds facilitates an exchange among legally authorized medical patients who, under state law, are allowed to assist other legally authorized medical patients in the growing, processing, transportation, and delivery of medical marijuana.

The City of Black Diamond licensed Lady Buds in August 2012; the City renewed Lady Buds' license for the year 2013. Lady Buds has operated in Black Diamond for more than 1 year without generating a single complaint. Lady Buds is 100% compliant with State Law and local ordinance.

Even though Lady Buds is a law abiding facility which provides a valuable service to medical patients in Black Diamond, certain people in the Black Diamond City Government are exercising their profession al bias and prejudice and are trying to force Lady Buds out of business.

21. Legalize Marijuana in Georgia

Whereas marijuana is a plant, created by God and owned by no one; and whereas the state of Georgia, at the urging of the United States federal government, has waged war on peaceful citizens for no reason other than because they consume a plant that was created by God (and owned by no one):

We call upon the State Representatives, Senate and the Governor of the State of Georgia to legalize the production and possession of marijuana by all adult citizens of this great state.

22. Legalize Medical Marijuana In Texas

Cannabis has been used for hundreds of years for medical purposes, for mental, physical, and emotional disorders and diagnosis.

I am Clinton Roberts, I am a husband, a father, and a prior service Marine. I suffer from PTSD and chronic pain that I suffered due to my injuries that eventually I was discharged for.

The medication prescribed for my disorder includes 107 different prescription pills that have horrible side affects such as suicidal thoughts or actions, liver damage or failure, kidney damage or failure, bad dreams, nausea, more depression, and even death.

These and many more side-effects shouldn't even have to be an issue when we have something all natural, and is known for its side effects to be 100% not lethal to any consumer.

23. Legalize Marijuana In Kansas City, Kansas

Medical Marijuana Has Many Benefits That Many people could use in this city. I've done My research and the benefits far exceed the risk. More People die every day from pill over doses that are prescribed by OUR doctors then Marijuana.

Some of the Benefits of medical Marijuana are as followed: Marijuana can be used to prevent blindness from glaucoma, Its better For your lungs then tobacco, It controls Epileptic Seizures, Cannabidiol A chemical in Marijuana Stops Cancer From Spreading, THC slows the progression of Alzheimer, The drug eases the pain of Multiple Sclerosis, It lessens side-effects from treating hepatitis C, Marijuana treats inflammatory bowel diseases, It relieves arthritis discomfort. Many of these are treated by pills prescribed by doctors.

Who wants to eat pills all day long when all you need is a little medical marijuana to make the pain lessen or go away.

24. Support legalization of medical marijuana

There are so many studies that show the great qualities of medical marijuana.

Please take the time to look at to see its affects on ms, aids, and chemotherapy.

25. Allow Medical Marijuana in U.S.A

America needs medical marijuana for our health, economic, and are rights as Americans. First is the health medical marijuana. It can help treat over 250 illnesses.

The AMA (American Medical Association) changed their view on medical marijuana and urged the feds to change marijuana out of the schedule one drugs. Proven fact: cigarettes are worse for you then marijuana yet there are still 1,016,438,356.16 cigarettes sold everyday.

Second of all is the economic benefits. The hemp that is produced by growing marijuana can be made into hundreds of items like paper and clothing and almost anything else you can think of. The government can and should tax it heavily. Legalization would open up a whole new industry along with millions of new jobs.

Last but not least is are own rights as Americans. In the case of Washington and Alaska who voted for legalization but there votes where not counted until later. The federal government is still conducting raids in states that have past there own laws. Feds still have it classified as a schedule one drug which have absolutely no medical purposes.

In the end America needs medical marijuana for its health benefits, economic benefits, and it is the right as Americans to decide that not just the politics in charge!

26. Stop the Medical Marijuana Amendment

On June 15th, 2011 the Federal Health Minister, The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, expressed the Conservative Government’s intent to drastically change the current Medical Marijuana Access regulations, taking away the patient’s right to produce their own medicine or to have a designated person produce for them and to force them to purchase their medicine at a high cost and low quality from our government.

For the last 10 years an individual has been able to apply for a Medical Marihuana Exemption License that allows them to smoke or otherwise ingest marijuana as an alternative medicine. The licensed patient then has one of three options: To grow their own, to have someone grow for them if they are physically unable, or to purchase from Health Canada. The marijuana produced by Health Canada is of ONE strain only and produced at one facility in Saskatchewan. It is an inferior strain and is over priced and does little help with the medical needs of most patients.

The Government would have these rights stripped from the patients and their growers because of the abuse on the system by a small handful of people in the program. Instead the government would like to regulate and control the production of marijuana and tax it and supply it to patients at an inferior quality and a high price. This will be devastating to many of the sick people who depend on this program. Their quality of life will diminish and their financial situation will become grave due to the amount of money they will be forced to spend on something that grows for free in the dirt.

Now, what can WE do to stop this? We the people have until JULY 31ST to express our concerns and outrage to these proposed regulation changes! Please join me in reaching out to Leona Aqlukkaq and our Conservative Government by signing this petition!

in addition to signing this petition please feel free to visit Health Canada's website and submit your opinion via their online form submission page regarding this topic. All form submissions must be recieved no later than July 31st!


27. Stop Hornes Lawsuit against Arizona Marijuana Law

In November of 2010 proposition 203 was passed by the citizens of Arizona with a percentage of 51% voting YES on the legalization of Medical Marijuana in the state. Since then there has been thousands of people across the state who have spent their money on medical tests, and procuring the special licenses from the Arizona health department in order to cultivate their own plants or buy from dispensaries when they are finally set up.

Now Arizona attorney General Tom Horne has begun a lawsuit to end the legalization of Medical Marijuana that was already passed by the voters. If YOU are tired of the Politicians believing that YOUR opinion doesn't matter and YOU believe in equal rights and believe that Marijuana can be used medicinally, PLEASE sign this petition and STOP Tom Hornes' interference in a matter that was VOTED on by us, the citizens of Arizona!

28. National legalization of med marijuana for all who want/need it

It is long past time that we grow up and quit acting like reefer madness is a real result of marijuana use.

We need to release the medicine to the sick and dying, to help alleviate their suffering and to let them and their DRs decide on a plan of treatment,not the government and lobbyists.

Cancer and many other illnesses are way up and chances are you know someone or are someone who has faced this disease and know the horrific effects of the disease and current treatments. Let's put some compassion back into the healthcare system.

29. Education, Not Incarceration: Petition To Protect Student-Patient Rights

On university campuses, students with medical marijuana cards are unprotected; many students who live on campus do not have access to proper facilities for holding their marijuana legally because of the on-campus policies that are in effect.

This is due in part to the fact that California universities receive federal funding with the condition that they keep a "Drug-Free" campus - meaning students who use medicinal marijuana are especially targeted, despite what the state law allows.

Students with medical marijuana cards who are caught with marijuana on campus are threatened with severe punishments. For freshman and other on campus residents, they run the risk of losing their housing even for a first offense. The current policies on campus allow for residential advisors to key into rooms and invade the privacy of students in search of marijuana and paraphernalia related to its use.

Students who use marijuana for medical reasons are also faced with difficulties in regard to zoning laws. Locations are not made easily available for students to use their medicine and they risk further legal consequences by using it in those areas that surround campus and are surrounded by other Chico schools.

30. Ensure Safe Access to Medical Marijuana through the Dispensary Model

Colorado passed Amendment 20 legalizing the cultivation, possession, and consumtion of marijuana for private medical use. Colorado House Bill 1284, legalized the dispensary model statewide, yet left an option for municipalities to ban outright all commercial medical marijuana grow centers and dispensaries.

Medical marijuana centers provide a safe and easily accessible location for patients with a debilitating medical condition to obtain their medication for personal use. The Grand Junction City Council decided to not place this issue on the city ballot, and to vote within the council. The council has also publicly announced their ambition to place an outright ban on medical marijuana centers and dispensaries with in the city limits of Grand Junction, CO.

Banning these facilities would reduce jobs, endanger patients and cultivators, and reduce city sales tax revenue.