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pot legalization

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by drunken phil, Oct 8, 2002.

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  1. drunken phil

    drunken phil Guest

    pot legalization

    Discussion started by drunken phil - Oct 8, 2002

    i belong to NORML's online newsletter but once i move to the u.s. ill become an official member, who else belongs or protests or reads up on legalization?

    i got this one today

    ***Stop the House RAVE Act***

    Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) has introduced a House version of the RAVE Act. It
    is almost exactly the same as the Senate version. The House Judiciary
    Committee will most likely be voting on the bill NEXT WEEK (the week of
    the 7th). If it passes out of Committee as is, the RAVE Act could become
    law THIS YEAR, which means federal prosecutors will have the power they
    need to shut down raves, hemp festivals, hip hop concerts, and other
    events they don't like.

    We are asking voters to call their Representative on Monday, October 7th,
    as part of a national call-in day to stop the RAVE Act.

    What to Do:

    1) Please forward this e-mail to your friends, family, and co-workers.

    2) Find out if your Representative is on the House Judiciary Committee by
    going to:
    <http://www.house.gov/judiciary/members.htm>. Not sure who your Representative
    is? Find out at: <http://www.house.gov/writerep/>.

    3) If your Representative is on the House Judiciary Committee call them on
    Monday, October 7th and tell them to VOTE AGAINST THE RAVE ACT. THE RAVE
    ACT IS A THREAT TO PUBLIC HEALTH, FREE SPEECH, AND INNOCENT BUSINESS
    OWNERS. You can contact your Representative by calling the Capitol
    Switchboard at 202-224-3121.

    4) If you haven't faxed your Senators about the RAVE Act, please do so by
    going to:
    <http://actioncenter.drugpolicy.org/action/...tep=2&item=1287>



    ~PUkE
     
  2. --zeSto--

    --zeSto-- Guest

    --zeSto-- - Replied Oct 8, 2002

    uhh... what the hell is the rave act ?
    It wasn't really mentioned.

    If it bans glowsticks, funfur pants, liquid dancing and ketamine... I'd vote for it!
     
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