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Re: “Cannabis is coming!

A year?!?!?! Buy some auto flowering seeds to get started or get permission to ship it in from another medical state while setting up! This state has waited long enough already!!!! The plans should have already been made while waiting for election and the ball should have started rolling the very next day on setting up. Don't drag this out. People are dying!!!!

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Posted by Kelly Dyan Crawford on 11/18/2016 at 3:27 PM

Re: “UPDATE: Supreme outrage: Is there a line of attack on court invalidation of pot measure?

Great coverage by Arkansas Times! Voters rights have been VIOLATED by the state government. It isn't about who supports or doesn't support Issue 7, it's about the fact that thousands of votes, whether approving or rejecting, will not be counted when the Issue was active on the ballot when the election began.

It's about the Supreme Court breaking their own rules as set forth in the 2015- 2016 Initiatives and Referenda Handbook on page 19 in the section of Court Decisions. It CLEARLY states that if the decision has not been made prior to the start of the election, then the voters decision MUST be upheld! Election began the moment the polls were opened to the public. Not letting the voters decision be known is unconstitutional and shows just how CORRUPT the Arkansas State Government truly is. It makes our rights void entirely. It would mean that we have absolutely no say in anything regarding our daily lives. It's unjust and a complete and utter failure on the Supreme Court.


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Posted by Kelly Dyan Crawford on 10/28/2016 at 10:50 PM

Re: “UPDATE: Supreme outrage: Is there a line of attack on court invalidation of pot measure?

Voting for one and not the other wasn't a statement of not being 100% concerned, it was because 6 will leave MANY untreated and unable to afford treatment, it shows that we are more concerned with patients than the ability for someone to make excessive money off of people's suffering. Patients shouldn't have to face not being able to afford treatment. The people voted for 7 and not 6 because they want what is better for all patients instead of an Ammendment that will take years to change and will require a 2/3 vote.

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Posted by Kelly Dyan Crawford on 10/28/2016 at 10:42 PM

Re: “Arkansas's ballot questions

Vote YES on 7!!!!!

It's about ending needless suffering for all that qualify at affordable rates. We're not out to make profit, just to better the every day struggles of those with conditions that are treatable by medical cannabis so that patients do not have to choose between suffering and breaking the law to obtain treatment that actually works. Please do not deny us of a plant that God created and gave to us to heal many illnesses and conditions.

Vote YES on 7!!!

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Posted by Kelly Dyan Crawford on 10/10/2016 at 6:28 PM

Re: “The case for cannabis in Arkansas

Here's the catch, there's no research done because the government doesn't want the people to know that they're paying lots of money that isn't necessary on poisonous pills that puts money into the Government's pocket. The passing of Medical Cannabis is leading to drops on the profit of pharmaceutical companies. Don't be sheep. Think for yourself without listing to government propoganda that set up for their own benefit.

Issue 7 is the way to go. It covers more illnesses and not allowing those illnesses to be treated naturally is cruel. Under Issue 7, I qualify for 6 conditions. Under Issue 6, I do not qualify at all. I will be voting for 7 ONLY.

The passing of either will not increase availability of Marijuana. It's very available on the streets. Voting against it will NOT make it any less available. But it will add safety and regulations to what is being consumed. Dealers on the streets do not care if a person is 21 or 12. They're already breaking the law by selling it so they will sell it to anyone that they can. Dispensaries require ID and give proper dosages. The stuff on the streets can be laced with numerous things. It's not about whether or not people should use it, it's about whether or not they should have to break the law in order to. If people have the right to drink as they please, kill unborn children as they please, gamble their money away as they please, and ear unhealthy foods as they please, why shouldn't those with medical needs have the right be treated naturally by a plant that was created by God and given to us in Genesis 1:29.

Every vote counts. Vote YES on Issue 7.

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Posted by Kelly Dyan Crawford on 10/08/2016 at 11:07 AM


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