Mike Cann vs. No on Question 3 MA Medical Marijuana


Mike Cann vs. No on Question 3 MA Medical Marijuana – youtube.com Subscribe to our youtube channel! Like our facebook page, www.facebook.com mikecann.net ———————— Subject “Medical” Marijuana Q3 Proponent: Make Pot Widely Available to All Media Release | MaVoteNoOnQuestion3.com For immediate release Contact: Lisa Barstow | [email protected] | 617-480-1719 “Medical” Marijuana Proponent Openly Admits to Real Aim of Ballot Question 3: Make Pot Widely Available and Legal for All Wayland — In a stunning YouTube video, a leading activist in the effort to pass Ballot Question 3 to legalize “medical” marijuana has definitively described his true objective: legalize pot and make it widely available across Massachusetts and the country. Mike Cann, the same person who posted an emotional video of an ALS patient stating he uses “medical” marijuana to alleviate symptoms, openly mocks a public service announcement (PSA) of the committee to oppose Question 3, MaVoteNoOnQuestion3.com, by following that PSA with a personal tirade admitting that the overarching goal of the Yes on 3 campaign is to legalize pot for the masses. “It’s disturbing that proponents of Question 3 openly tout how they are strategically playing on the public’s compassion for the chronically ill simply to dupe the state of Massachusetts into joining their crusade to fully legalize marijuana. As people learn the details they begin to understand that this movement is completely disingenuous and the end goal is for widespread use and abuse of marijuana



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Massachusetts: Medical Marijuana Industry's Steep Hill To Climb

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The law, which takes effect on January 1, 2013, is broadly written and authorizes the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) to promulgate regulations to allow "up to 35 non-profit medical marijuana treatment centers" to be licensed in the …
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