Thursday, March 02, 2017

WEED ACTIVISTS DON'T WANT KANSAS CITY VOTERS TO MISS UPCOMING APRIL 4TH MARIJUANA DECRIMINALIZATION VOTE!!!



A kind reminder for Kansas City stoners regarding a new hope to lessen legal penalties for a drug that's almost as widely available as candy . . . We've highlighted the important parts . . .

Kansas City Voters Near Deadline

Kansas City voters prepare for the School and Special Election, April 4th. The election will have sweeping impacts for Kansas City’s School Districts, infrastructure spending, and the decriminalization of marijuana. An official sample ballot can be found here: sample ballot.

Missouri voter law requires all potential voters to register at least 4 weeks prior to the next election. If you want to vote in the upcoming election on April 4th, you have to register to vote by March 8th. There is less than one week to register.

All online and physical voter registration documents must be in the local election authority’s hands by end of business, March 8th. You can register to vote at the DMV for instant verification by Missouri Secretary of State. Physical voter registration cards can be mailed or hand-delivered to the Kansas City Board of Elections.

“REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Wednesday March 8, 2017 is last day to register to vote in the April 4, 2017 School and Special Election.” - KANSAS CITY BOARD of ELECTION COMMISSIONERS

The campaign to reduce marijuana penalties, YES on 5 KC encourages KCMO voters to register before the deadline, March 8th. Visit www.yeson5kc.com to learn more about absentee voting, voter registration, voter status.
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You decide . . .

11 Comments:

Hack said...
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Anonymous said...

Legalize it

Byron Funkhouser said...

The Attorney General has said that he would enforce federal law.

He also said, under oath, that he had never talked to any Russian officials during the campaign.

Legalizing takes it out of the black market & out of the hands of criminal gangs. Ironically, legalizing marijuana would restore respect for law & order, & reduce crime.

Ben Yokel said...

29 states have legalized cannabis for medical use. With cannabis is now completely legal “AGAIN” in California, Massachusetts, Maine, Nevada, Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Washington DC it won't be long before the gangs and organized crime are left completely out of the cannabis business. According to figures from the FBI over $100,000,000,000 (100 BILLION) is spent on recreational cannabis annually in the USA. 30 billion is lost in potential tax revenue and another 15 billion is spent on enforcing draconian cannabis laws that make no sense and destroy people's lives daily.
Legalize, regulate and TAX!

Bob said...

There is no solid evidence that legalization in Colorado has reduced crime. At least one local DA has opined that legalization is the reason for an upsurge in crimes. Of course, "possession of marijuana" and similar offenses no longer exist, so those no doubt have been reduced, to zero. But those may have been offset by other crimes, such as driving while impaired by marijuana. There may be other good reasons to legalize pot, but it is at least premature to cite reduction in crime as one of them.

Anonymous said...

10:40 If legalizing previous criminal activity made things better how is it casinos did not take gambling out of the hands of the mob? Following your logic there should be no hookers because legal sex exists. Now, I don't really give a shit if America wants to be a pack of pot heads given the screwball libtards recent behavior, but I also want stiff penalties for all those other drugs and hard time for the ass hole who gets stoned and shoots up the neighborhood, drives his car while high, handles my banking or finances, operates the plane or train I am on, performs brain surgery, fills my prescriptions or a whole myriad of crap no one has taken the initiative to talk about.

Anonymous said...

Plenty of people consume alcohol and engage in the activities you outlined above. Is it (alcohol) still legal?

Anonymous said...

please read the psychiatric studies.

Anonymous said...

Funkhouser sounds like he's already under the influence of marijuana - as nonsensical as always.

Anonymous said...

2:08 exactly how much of a joint does someone get to smoke before they are impaired? How much weed can someone smoke before they are legally intoxicated? How much can they smoke and not be impaired?

Anonymous said...

I was gonna go to vote but then I got high....