420 Social Club

1 month ago

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2 months ago

ATTENTION ALL ARIZONA RESIDENTS WITH A MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD!!
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Researchers from the ASU Department of Psychology are looking for medical marijuana users between the ages of 18-30 with an unexpired Arizona medical marijuana card to participate in a study. The study compares the immediate effects of your at-home use of different types of marijuana and takes approximately 10 hours over the course of 1 week. During that week, you will be asked to come to the lab for a two hour visit, and you will receive several text messages per day asking you to complete short surveys related to your marijuana use and marijuana effects. Participation is voluntary.

Please email us at THCresearch50@gmail.com or leave a voicemail at (480) 727-5799 with times you are available for a 15 minute phone conversation to determine your eligibility. Visit tinyurl.com/THC50 for information about our research and the Substance Use, Health, and Behavior Lab.
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3 months ago

420 Social Club - Tucson

Hallelujah, thanks to Rep. Pamela Powers Hannley for your support!Back in the saddle. I was in my office at the Arizona House yesterday for a meeting the Dem policy analyst Jennifer and Robert Mandel, the lawyer for Rodney Jones. Jones is African American medical marijuana patient who was sentenced to 2.5 years in jail for possessing a tiny amount of cannabis concentrate.

Right wing activist judges and anti-marijuana county attorneys like Sheila Polk of Yavapai County are exploiting a disconnect between Arizona criminal law and the Medical Marijuana Law that was passed by the voters. They are narrowly interpreting the definitions of marijuana, cannabis and “usable” marijuana. This has resulted in arrests of medical marijuana patients across the state for possession of anything that is not the actual marijuana plant. Patients can be arrested for any sort of concentrate (like what you would use in a vape pen), CBD cream, or even edibles. Parents who are giving their children CBD’s for autism can be arrested.

These are activist judges and county attorneys who are using a loophole to persecute medical marijuana patients. What is ironic is that they are arresting people for using CBD’s, which are the most medicinal parts of the plant. This is unacceptable. People are paying $200-300 a year for a medical marijuana card. Patients are buying these products legally, paying sales tax and getting arrested because there are Puritans out there who still believe the Reefer Madness movie.

I proposed HB2630 in 2018 in an attempt to fix the conflicting language problem. Even up to the end of the session, I was trying to get this bill attached to one of the other medical marijuana bills. As far as I know, the only related bill that made it out of the legislature this year was the legalization of hemp production. Ironically, you can now grow hemp in Arizona, make CBD products out of the hemp, and sell them to someone who can be arrested for possessing the CBD concentrate or cream. It is one of my priorities to fix this in 2019. People are being entrapped, even when they follow the rules.

I should add that Arizona has some of the strictest marijuana possession laws in the country. Each possession is a felony. If you have a CBD vape pen and a jar of CBD salve, that is two felony possession charges. This is just government oppression of people who want to use a product that is affordable and effective but not made by Big Pharma. You can buy all the dangerous drugs you want from the Big Pharma, but you’re going to get locked up for use in a safe product that you bought legally. This is not fair.

The Arizona Department if Health Services, which manages the Medical Marijuana Program, said they interpreted the will of the voters as marijuana and all products derived from it would be legal to purchase and use by patients with a medical marijuana card. That is not how county attorneys and activist judges are interpreting it. The laws need to be fixed to safe guard innocent citizens from prison for treating their pain with a safe, affordable medication.
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3 months ago

Hi Ya Guys.
I got your information form Tumbleweeds.
I'm a Vet---68 to 72--Navy.
I'm seeking information.
Thanks.
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4 months ago

Does my California Medical Cannabis card offer me any legality protection in Arizona? ...

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CALLING ALL TUCSON PETITION GATHERERS... If you still have petitions and don't want to drive them to Phoenix yourself, please bring them to Trinity Presbyterian Church's office at 400 East University Boulevard this morning before 9:30 am to have them notarized. Dave and Anthony are going to come by at 10 am to pick them up and take them to Phoenix. You can access the office through a gate off University Boulevard. Call or text Sheila at 520-323-5673 if you are coming down. ...

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Calling all members and Friends the 420 Social Club is going mobile and we need your help tomorrow. Meet at the club at 3054 North 1st Avenue Number 6 at 7 a.m. to help us move out of that space. Zsa Zsa one of our members will be taking over and creating a place 4 cannabis users in the near future so stay tuned to see what develops there. We will continue to meet on a regular basis but we will be hosting it at members homes and other venues so come here to see where the next meeting is going to be. See you tomorrow if you're available ...

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4 months ago

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Hello all dispensaries, smoke shops and safer volunteers. If you have any petitions that need to be notarized please messages us so we can pick them up. The completed petitions need to be in Phoenix to be turned in to the Secretary of State on Thursday July 5th. We plan to make a trip to turn them in Wednesday morning July 4th. ...

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