Bill Downing of MassCann/NORML testifies for marijuana legalization at State House
Jack Cole, former New Jersey State Police speaks for marijuana legalization
Grandmother denied custody of grandchild for cannabis use speaks at MA State House
Student leaders testify for Massachusetts marijuana legalization, State House
Scott Matalon, Stingray Body Art and community leader, marijuana legalization, State House
Massachusetts Legalization Hearing, 3/2/2010, Steven Epstein and Richard Evans
BONUS: Delivering 1100 medical marijuana postcard signatures to Rep. Jeffrey Sanchez’s office, Health Chair
The Judiciary Committee hearing on S1801, An Act to Regulate and Tax the Cannabis Industry, washeld Tuesday, March 2, at 1:00 PM in Room A-1 of the State House. Rep. O’Flaherty of Chelsea chaired the meeting.
Visit Regulation and Taxation hearing wrap up for information on what happened when we appeared before the Joint Revenue Committee on October 14, 2010.
If you are represented by one or more members of the joint committee please write them ASAP.
A model letter can be found here, just be sure to change all bill references to S 1801 and customizing is permitted.
Members appointed to the committee:
Creem of First Middlesex and Norfolk- Chair
Baddour of First Essex – Vice-Chair
Candaras of First Hampden and Hampshire
Hart of First Suffolk
McGee of Third Essex and Middlesex
Tarr of Essex and Middlesex
Curious to know the Q2 vote in the above Senate Districts click here.
O’Flaherty of Chelsea – Chair
Speranzo of Pittsfield- Vice-Chair
Fagan of Taunton
Garry of Dracut
St. Fleur of Boston
Fernandes of Milford
Clark of Melrose
Dwyer of Woburn
Gregoire of Marlborough
Evangelidis of Holden
Webster of Pembroke
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