Thursday, January 18, 2018






 Life for Pot  is   
Life for Cannabis


Marijuana Prohibition is a Big Government Program

TODAY’S CANNABIS BUSINESS PLAN
YESTERDAY’S MARIJUANA CONSPIRACY

Decriminalizing marijuana is an act that has support on both sides of the political spectrum.  
Two Executive Actions that can save up to $42 Billion a year that could be spent on infrastructure and prevent 500,00 
arrests per year
I. Executive Actions

    A. Group or Category Clemency – Amnesty for all nonviolent
         federal marijuana inmates who have served 10 years for
         a marijuana only offense

            1. Model this initiative on Gerald Ford’s Clemency
                initiative for those who violated the Selective Service Act
            2. Grant commutations by creating a board within the White
                 House using Gerald Ford's model.

     B. Remove marijuana from the Controlled Substance Act’s
          schedule and regulate it like alcohol

II. Desired Objective
    
      A. De scheduling marijuana may save up to $42 Billion
           dollars a year in enforcement, prosecution and incarceration
      B.  It would prevent up to 500,000 arrests per year
      C. Make billions of dollars available annually for infrastructure

III. Rational
      A. Over 29 states and the District of Columbia have
           legalized cannabis to some degree
      B. Over 70% if the population believes that marijuana should    
           not be criminalized
      C. This is an item that has bi-partisan support

IV. The cannabis business is growing exponentially.  Like all
       successful business enterprises it is based on the knowledge
       and experience of past entrepreneurs 

V.   It has become increasingly incongruous to have Cannabis
       business plans being implemented for a product that has
       given others a sentence of life without parole

VI. Challenges to overcome – Those who are financially
       dependent on maintaining this administrative designation of
       marijuana
      
       A. Public Employees Unions for law enforcement, 
            correction officers, etc.

       B. Businesses with vendor contracts for prisons and law
            enforcement

       C. Pharmaceutical companies

       D. Lobbyists for businesses and non-profits with
            government contracts for re-entry and recovery

       E. Lobbyists for alcohol and spirits

Regulating marijuana like alcohol will save up to
$ 42 billion that can be used to rebuild our aging infrastructure
It will prevent up to 500,000 arrests per year


Today’s Cannabis Business Plan

Yesterday’s Marijuana Conspiracy

The War on Drugs is a Big Government Program

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