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Will 2018 midterm elections remove Republicans? 2018 ballot issues: marijuana & minimum wage.



A or F? How Congress scores on marijuana. 2. By Danielle Keane, NORML political director. 2016. "Of the 233 Democrats in Congress, 208 members (89.3 percent) received a passing grade of a 'C' or higher. Of the 302 Republicans in Congress, 102 members (33.8 percent) received a passing grade of a 'C' or higher." For your state see: Congressional Scorecard. NORML. Grading was based upon members' voting records.


Portugal's drug decriminalization. 2.3.4.5. It is based on single-payer, universal healthcare. 2. More U.S. Imprisonment Does Not Reduce Drug Problems. And: 39% of Prisoners Should Not Be in Prison.

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GMM (years signed up). Google site search is no longer working well. It only finds a few yearly city lists containing a city name.
Special:Search works: "Global Marijuana March maps". Add city name, and state/province/nation as needed. This will pull up all years in which the city is listed here through 2012. For more years go here. This city participated or signed up one year (or more) for the Global Marijuana March (GMM), or the Million Marijuana March (MMM). 225 cities from 42 nations signed up for May 4, 2013 or thereabouts.175 cities from 33 nations signed up for May 5, 2012 or thereabouts. See also: 4/20 event lists. 950 different cities have participated from 82 different nations or subnational areas since 1999.

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See Global Marijuana March 2010 map.

Georgetown: Ras Simeon guyanarastafaricouncil204(at)yahoo.com 592-615-0523.

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"The media in Guyana reporting that a Rastafarian group in Guyana staged a small demonstration near the country's Home Affairs Ministry on Thursday [May 6]. The rastas had earlier been prevented by police from marching through the streets of the capital, Georgetown."
The Guyana Rastafari Council says it will join a worldwide march next month to urge countries like Guyana, where the use of the ‘holy herb’ in small amounts is a crime, to change their laws. ... Vice President of the Guyana Rastafari Council, Ras Simeon, said that the use of certain amounts of marijuana should be allowed in Guyana, so that the Rastafarian community may have free use of its “holy herb”. He said that the current policies of Guyana regarding the issue are seen by the religious sect as “an infringement of ethnic rights”. “We have made a petition to Parliament for them to review the narcotics laws so that we, as Rastafarians, may be able to enjoy the sacramental use of the ‘holy herb,’ and so that the medical uses of marijuana can be administered freely to those who need it,” Simeon said. He added that Rastafarian communities worldwide will participate in a grand ‘Ganja March,’ from May 1 to May 8, to petition governments to decriminalise the use of up to one ounce of the drug. “We are a registered organisation and we deserve free access to the ‘holy herb’ to give us spiritual strengthening and to allow the free practice of our culture,” the vice president said.

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August 25-26, 2008. Village Day:

  • Caribbean Rastafarians meet in Guyana. Caribbean Net News. August 18, 2008 article. "Chairman of the Council, Ras Simeon Sahele Selassie, called on all Rastafarians throughout Guyana and the Caribbean to attend and make the programme successful for the future development of the Rastafarian community in the Caribbean as a whole."

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