Thursday, November 29, 2012

MMJ Dispensary to Open in Dolan Springs, Town Hall Meeting Set

One of the issues i addressed in my campaign was cannabis reform, both on the long range social justice issue of legalization, but more immediately to address the inherent problems, oversights, glitches, errors if you will, with our state's nascent medical marijuana regulations. One of the first places in Mohave County to be approved for a medical marijuana (MMJ) dispensary is in tiny Dolan Springs, a wide spread but sparsely populated desert community about 30 miles north of Kingman, the home-base of my tireless campaign assistant, Perry Wickerd.

Due to decades of stigmatization and restricted access of information, many Arizonans are uninformed of their rights and the implications of having a MMJ dispensary in their community. Current AZ MMJ laws restrict general public information and advertising about dispensaries, so, in the public interest, in conjunction with Jay Fleming from the Mohave County LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition), Perry has organized a town hall meeting. Please feel encouraged to attend if possible and share this information.

If my campaign was about anything, it was about informing the public that we have the power to shape our lives and our country if we will only begin taking action. I have pledged to continue working on the issues as best i can. In this case that means helping spread word of the great work LEAP & Perry Wickerd.
Informational Open Forum for Residents of Mohave County

@ Castle Rock Ranch and Arena in downtown DOLAN SPRINGS (formerly known as the “Ranch Club”)

on December 13, 2012 from 5:30-7:00 PM

Featuring former Undercover Narcotics Investigator and Activist E. Jay Fleming of LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition)

Castle Rock and LEAP are hosting a Town Hall Meeting for residents of Mohave County to learn about the laws and implications of the medical marijuana dispensary being approved for the Dolan Springs district. This is the first and only dispensary to be approved in Mohave County so far. Speaker Jay Fleming will present information followed by a question and answer session for residents.

Admission is free and the forum is open to all. In addition, a $5 pizza buffet will be available to anyone interested in refreshments.

For more information call Perry Wickerd at (928) 530-4737
For more info on LEAP:

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