Call Congress This Afternoon to Protect State Marijuana Laws!
Congress may vote as soon as tonight on the McClintock-Polis amendment, which would prohibit the Department of Justice, including the Drug Enforcement Administration, from spending funds to interfere with state-legal marijuana laws. This amendment would renew similar legislation passed last year to protect medical marijuana, and would expand it to include regulated marijuana for personal use as well.
Please call your member of Congress this afternoon to ask for a YES vote on the McClintock-Polis amendment. Our system will look up who your representative is, based on your address, and will provide the phone number. Here are a few points you can make, if you get into discussion with the staff:
- The McClintock-Polis Amendment will only apply in states that have adopted marijuana law reforms.
- Today people who are acting in compliance with their states’ marijuana laws remain at risk of federal prosecution — a large and growing number of ordinary businesspersons and citizens.
- The amendment doesn’t require states to legalize marijuana, nor will it impact on any state’s ability to enforce their own marijuana laws
- There is substantial support across a range of the political spectrum for allowing states to set their own marijuana policies, including legalization — even from people who themselves don’t support legalization in their own states.
Visit http://capwiz.com/drcnet/callalert/index.tt?alertid=66234626 to take action now!