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EpiPens cost just several dollars to make. Customers pay more than $600 for them. [95]. Canada removes some of the monopoly profit: Canadian single-payer healthcare and Portuguese decriminalization. And: A Day in the New Life of an Injured, Marijuana-Smoking Army Veteran. Time. And: Republican governor Hutchinson of Arkansas opposes legalizing medical marijuana. And: 5 Olympians Who Smoke Weed & Win Gold. More THC allowed in blood tests.

1,800 People killed since May 10, 2016 in the Philippines’ War on Drugs. Time. 2.3. See maps, lists of dead.

Philippines President Duterte threatens to leave UN over criticism of his brutal drug war, and death squad killings of alleged drug users or dealers. [96][97].

Republican Texas has highest maternal mortality rate in developed world. See: more:
Country Life
expectancy
Under-five infant
mortality rate
per
1000 live births
Per capita
expenditure on
health (USD)
% of health
costs paid
by government
Australia 81.4 4.2 3,137 67.7
Canada 81.3 4.5 3,895 69.8
France 81.0 4.0 3,601 79.0
Germany 79.8 3.8 3,588 76.9
Japan 82.6 2.6 2,581 81.3
Sweden 81.0 2.5 3,323 81.7
UK 81 4.8 2,992 81.7
US 78.1 6.9 7,290 45.4

Single Payer. Developed world paying half of what USA spends on healthcare. And: Kentucky's Republican governor wants to eliminate health insurance for over 400,000. Like the rest of the Republican South. In contrast: Patients can grow their own medical pot in Canada under new rules. [98][99]. And: Marijuana Growers' Fair Opens in Oregon. First time at a state fair.

The VA: Another reason for single payer. Physicians for a National Health Program. And: New Jersey veterans fight to use medical marijuana for PTSD.

Justice Department blasts ‘unconstitutional’ fixed bail schedules. Keeps poor people accused of minor crimes in jail. And: Sanders Says DOJ Ban on Private Prisons Doesn't Go Far Enough. And: DEA Stops Calling Marijuana One Of The 'Most Dangerous Drugs'.

Ronald Reagan, 1980 campaign speech 1: "Leading medical researchers are coming to the conclusion that marijuana, pot, grass, whatever you want to call it, is probably the most dangerous drug in the United States, and we haven't begun to find out all of the ill effects, but they are permanent ill effects. The loss of memory for example."
Reagonomics. Give rich people money

Republican leaders losing war to impoverish, enslave, and disempower the poor. Nation’s first memorial to commemorate victims of lynching and mass incarceration. [100]. Republican state senator opposes "more race talk". And: Republican Chris Christie Vetoes Automatic Voter Registration Bill Again. But 5 other states have it. And: 86% of eligible Coloradans are registered to vote. Text voter registration, too.

Sanders Condemns Obscene Levels of Inequality Documented in New CBO Report. And: Judge rules in favor of minimum wage. And: Baltimore votes for $15 minimum wage by 2022. And: Trumponomics: Off-The-Shelf, Warmed-Over Trickle-Down Policies. Newsweek. And: 5 States Voting on Recreational Marijuana This Election.. 2..3.4.. - Register, VOTE!

2016, 2015 Global Marijuana March. Crowd photos. Facebook

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Canada 2001 May 5 MMM

Canada

Tokyo 2001 May 5 MMM Japan

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo 2001 May 5 MMM Japan 2

Tokyo, Japan

London 2001 May 5 MMM UK

London, UK

San Francisco 2001 May 5 MMM California 2

San Francisco, California

San Francisco 2001 May 5 MMM California

San Francisco, California

Leipzig 2001 May 5 MMM Space Odyssey Germany

Leipzig, Germany

New Orleans 2001 MMM Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana

Global Marijuana March animated See also: basic 2001 city list, detailed city list, 2001 graphics.

119 cities signed up for the Saturday, May 5, 2001 Global Marijuana March.

Click the map to go to the city list below by region:
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  1. Cape Town, South Africa
  2. Durban, South Africa
  3. Johannesburg, South Africa

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  1. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  2. Jerusalem, Israel
  3. Tel Aviv, Israel
  4. Tokyo, Japan

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Russia is in both Asia and Europe.

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  1. Amsterdam, Netherlands
  2. Berlin, Germany
  3. Brno, Czech Republic
  4. Duesseldorf, Germany
  5. Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
  6. Frankenthal, Germany
  7. Hamburg, Germany
  8. Helsinki, Finland
  9. Hull, England, UK
  10. Innsbruck, Austria
  11. Krakow, Poland
  12. Liverpool, England, UK
  13. London, England, UK
  14. Nuernberg, Germany
  15. Oberwart, Austria
  16. Oslo, Norway
  17. Paris, France
  18. Prague, Czech Republic
  19. Turku, Finland
  20. Zagreb, Croatia

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  1. Adelaide, Australia
  2. Auckland, New Zealand
  3. Christchurch, New Zealand
  4. Dunedin, New Zealand
  5. Nimbin, New South Wales, Australia
  6. Wellington, New Zealand

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  1. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
  2. Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
  3. Ladysmith, British Columbia, Canada
  4. Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  5. Prince Edward Island, Canada
  6. Regina and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
  7. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
  8. Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
  9. Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  10. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  11. Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada
  12. Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada

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  1. Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
  2. Anchorage, Alaska, USA
  3. Asheville, North Carolina, USA
  4. Athens, Ohio, USA
  5. Atlanta, Georgia, USA
  6. Austin, Texas, USA
  7. Bakersfield, California, USA
  8. Batesville-Oxford, Mississippi, USA
  9. Battle Creek, Michigan, USA
  10. Boston, Massachusetts, USA
  11. Boulder, Colorado, USA
  12. Buffalo, New York, USA
  13. Burlington, Vermont, USA
  14. Carbondale, Illinois, USA
  15. Charleston, West Virginia, USA
  16. Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
  17. Chicago, Illinois, USA
  18. Chico, California, USA
  19. Cleveland, Ohio, USA
  20. Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
  21. Columbus, Ohio, USA
  22. Denver, Colorado, USA
  23. Des Moines, Iowa, USA
  24. Detroit, Michigan, USA
  25. Eugene, Oregon, USA
  26. Fairbanks, Alaska, USA
  27. Garberville, California, USA
  28. Hilo, Hawaii, USA
  29. Homer, Alaska, USA
  30. Houston, Texas, USA
  31. Huntsville, Alabama, USA
  32. Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
  33. Ithaca, New York, USA
  34. Jefferson City, Missouri, USA
  35. Juneau, Alaska, USA
  36. Kansas City, Kansas, USA
  37. Kent, Ohio, USA
  38. Lansing, Michigan, USA
  39. Los Angeles, California, USA
  40. Macon, Georgia, USA
  41. Madison, Wisconsin, USA
  42. Miami, Florida, USA
  43. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
  44. Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
  45. Missoula, Montana, USA
  46. Mobile, Alabama, USA
  47. Montpelier, Vermont, USA
  48. Nashville, Tennessee, USA
  49. New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
  50. New York City, New York, USA
  51. Oberlin, Ohio, USA
  52. Olympia, Washington, USA
  53. Omaha, Nebraska, USA
  54. Orlando, Florida, USA
  55. Paducah, Kentucky, USA
  56. Palm Springs, California, USA
  57. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
  58. Pomona, California, USA
  59. Portland, Oregon, USA
  60. Providence, Rhode Island, USA
  61. Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, USA
  62. Redding, California, USA
  63. Richmond, Virginia, USA
  64. San Francisco, California, USA
  65. San Marcos, Texas, USA
  66. Santa Cruz, California, USA
  67. Seattle, Washington, USA
  68. Springfield, Illinois, USA
  69. St. Louis, Missouri, USA
  70. St. Petersburg, Florida, USA
  71. Tampa, Florida, USA
  72. Tucson, Arizona, USA
  73. Washington, DC, USA
  74. Woodstock, New York, USA

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