CONNECTING, PROTECTING AND UNITING MEDICAL CANNABIS PATIENTS AND CAREGIVERS OF MICHIGAN
Our Mission is to create a platform for Patients & Caregivers to communicate about Municipal Ordinance Changes, Medical Marijuana Policy Reform, and Patient Medication Emergencies.
Our top priority is to always remember the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act. People have been protesting and marching for decades in opposition to the tyranny that harsh cannabis laws and the war on drugs have brought about. Plans to decriminalize cannabis have been worked on by millions of people over many years and organizing efforts. The question is why?
-To allow all residents individual freedom to grow cannabis on their own property.
-To allow Caregivers to grow for MM Patients.
-To allow EVERYONE the opportunity to build a business, especially those in Black and Brown Communities.
-To create "good paying" and " long lasting" jobs.
-To get people out of prison.
-To create jobs with livable wages.
We are behind the people's choice.. All of them interrelated. For a variety of reasons, Michigan voters approved the legalization of cannabis, and we did it together. It's time to use that same energy now. When we collaborate with other organizations, we have more voices, more skills, and more influence. We will witness the end of our own culture as people lose hope and laws are passed at three in the morning. The amount of money that flows into lobbyists determines how effective they are. They have an advantage because they deliberately keep us divided.
Creating alliances has never been more important than they are now. With elections coming up in November, we urge you to research the candidates running in your district and vote. Vote for those who align with your views. From there , we ask that you play an active role in advocating for the Michigan Cannabis Community by communicating with your Representatives and Senators when we have a Call to Action.
COME TOGETHER FOR PATIENTS AND CAREGIVERS
We are Michigan's Caregivers and Patients! In Michigan, voter-initiated laws have been successfully passed eight times since 1963. The 2008 Medical Marijuana Act and the 2018 Proposal 1 are two examples. We must preserve them those rights. The Michigan Weedsters are conscious of the power in numbers. We are here to protect our rights, which we fought so hard to obtain, from being taken away. We can compete with those who are attempting to eliminate us if we all put our hearts into it and band together.