Emergency National Mobilization to Reschedule Cannabis

Here’s another way to help push over the walls of cannabis prohibition.  Join the “National Mobilization.”  Attend:


DCMJ has officially requested that President Obama reclassify cannabis as a less harmful substance multiple times since he has taken office in January 2009. However, no action has been taken to reschedule cannabis to date. Meanwhile, the placement of cannabis in the same category as drugs like heroin—which brutally kills thousands of Americans each each year—remains not only irresponsible, unjust and unfitting, but also makes a continued mockery of the Controlled Substances Act.

On Saturday, April 2 at 4:20 p.m. in response to the Obama Administration’s lack of action on descheduling cannabis, Americans will gather at The White House to demand immediate action is taken. Event participants will also help to carry a 51 foot “joint” at what is being called the “Emergency National Mobilization to Reschedule Cannabis.”

DCMJ is willing to call off this mass-consumption of cannabis should President Obama agree to a responsible and ethical dialogue at a Cannabis Summit, which would bring together leaders from a broad spectrum of industries to openly discuss more effective drug policies, drug classifications and approaches to the failed “War on Drugs” passed down and inherited by the Obama Administration.

Mass Consumption of Cannabis to Occur at 4:20 p.m.

Learn more and sign up on DCMJ Facebook.

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Author: DavidB

a heathen, but hopefully not an unenlightened one

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