Save The Medicine

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Save The Medicine
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Save The Medicine says
Come volunteer to help save your medicine from pesticides & to have safe access.
Learn about R76NO and how you can help stop SB5052.
Sign the petition & if you need to register to vote first, don't worry we have that covered, as we have forms you may fill out to register to vote right next to the petition.

"As you know, Governor Inslee signed SB5052. This law will eliminate all the existing Medical Marijuana collective gardens and access points and force Patients into the recreational system. A group of brave Patients have stepped forward to file a Referendum on behalf of ALL PATIENTS to stop this unjust law. The Referendum is R76 and they need our help. Starting May 11, the MMJ community of Washington will have 70 days to collect 123,000 plus signatures needed to put the Referendum on the November ballot. We need every MMJ Grower, every Suppler and every MMJ point of access to unite and send a message to the public. The message is that we will protect the existing access points and continue to fight for Patients’ Rights. The authors of the Referendum need our help.

They need MONEY, Volunteers, Signatures.
They also need what money can't buy. They need US, the ENTIRE Patient community to finally stop bickering and complaining and unite to defeat SB5052.

The Northwest Cannabis Market declares today our support for R76. We will be kicking off our support with a "SAVE THE MEDICINE" weekend starting May 15th. May 17th is "Volunteer Day". Starting at 5PM we'll be serving hot dogs and snacks. Stop by to pick up your volunteer packages and sign the petition. Bring friends and relatives. This is open to the public. We will be asking for donations and signatures.

The future of the MMJ Industry and the access of Patients are at stake. We need to rise to the challenge. Continue to support your MMJ Provider. Give them the courage and means to continue what they do. Stand united. Pledge your support today at or"

Do it TODAY!!! Don't wait. The clock is ticking.
Michael Keysor CEO
NW Cannabis
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By: NW Cannabis Market