Cannabis Consumers for Liberty (CC4L)

Cannabis Consumers for Liberty

Current signature count: 9

Number of signatures needed per day until November 6th needed to make the ballot in 2018: ~144



Social Science research implicates "[isolation from peers]" as a cause of addictive behavior.

The 2018 Free Cannabis Act of South Dakota

"Canvas" is the Dutch pronunciation (from French and Latin) of the Greek word "Kannabis."

Cannabis was made illegal for the WRONG REASONS:

  1. A GRAIN BINDING INNOVATION CALLED THE DECORTICATOR THREATENED THE TIMBER INDUSTRY, WHO LOBBIED HEAVILY AGAINST CANNABIS TO REDUCE COMPETITION
  2. CANNABIS PATIENTS REPORT POSITIVE CANNABIS MEDICINAL VALUE FOR AIDS/HIV, ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE, AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS, CANCER, CHRONIC TRAUMATIC ENCEPHALOPATHY, CROHN'S DISEASE, EPILEPSY, FIBROMYALGIA, GLAUCOMA, INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE, PARKINSON'S DISEASE, OTHER, MAKING CANNABIS A THREAT TO THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY WHO LOBBIES ACTIVELY TO REDUCE COMPETITION
  3. MARIJUANA, THE DRIED FLOWER OF THE CANNABIS PLANT, CONTAINS DEMONSTRABLY SAFER RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES THAT ARE SHOWN SAFER THAN ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO, MAKING CANNABIS A THREAT TO THE ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO INDUSTRY AS AN ALTERNATIVE INTOXICANT, ENTICING OPPOSITION LOBBY FROM BAR OWNERS AND ALCOHOL MANUFACTURERS WHO SEEK TO STIFLE COMPETITION
  4. PERVASIVE WITH MARIJUANA USE, A BURGEONING SOUTHWESTERN UNDOCUMENTED LATIN AMERICAN POPULATION BECAME THE TARGET OF FEDERAL DRUG ENFORCEMENT AFTER ALCOHOL PROHIBITION WAS REPEALED, INCITING DRUG ENFORCEMENT AT THE FEDERAL LEVEL TO TAKE RENT THROUGH SELECTIVE PROSECUTION OF UNDOCUMENTED LATIN AMERICAN IMMIGRANTS
  5. IT IS PRESENTLY LEGAL TO IMPORT VALUE-ADD HEMP PRODUCTS FROM OTHER COUNTRIES INTO THE UNITED STATES, BUT IT IS ILLEGAL TO PRODUCE THE RAW MATERIAL REQUIRED TO PRODUCE THE SAME HEMP GOODS DOMESTICALLY
  6. THE ENFORCEMENT OF CANNABIS CRIMES IS OVERKILL AND CREATES WIDESPREAD DAMAGE TO GOOD AMERICANS BY CRIMINALIZING VICTIMLESS CANNABIS-RELATED ACTIVITIES

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    We have over regulated a very useful natural resource, Cannabis. Cannabis is food, fiber, oil, and medicine. It is time to free Cannabis from prohibition and instantly restore value to the economy. John Dale looks on to the text of three different Cannabis initiatives, studying to create a consolidated whole.
    Looking on to the text of three different Cannabis initiatives, studying to create a consolidated initiative best fitting the character of South Dakota, we will have an initiative crafted soon, forged in the fires of common sense.

    Lincoln on Prohibition in response to his state's prohibition of alcohol in the 1840's:

    "..prohibition goes beyond the bounds of reason in that it attempts to control a man's appetite by legislation and makes a crime out of things that are not crimes. A prohibition law strikes a blow at the very principles upon which our government was founded."

    Cannabis is safer ..

    "[..the World Cancer Research Fund/American Institute for Cancer Research, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, and the Global Burden of Disease Alcohol Group [discovered via] Lead researcher Jennie Connor of the University of Otago in New Zealand .. that drinking alcohol was routinely linked to cancer of the oropharynx, larynx, esophagus, liver, colon, rectum and, in women, the breast..]" -- Alice G. Walton, Forbes Magazine.

    John Dale Marches in the BHSU Swarm Days Parade in support of legalization of Cannabis. Join us in addressing the Cannabis issue in my home state of South Dakota, and in creating a great local economy for Cannabis. Download and review our initiative below. If you are a South Dakota resident, please contact us to volunteer on our information team. info@plainstribune.com

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