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Lindsey - a Citizen Activist at many levels - passed away earlier this year (2011), this web page is a memorial to his life and work. He was an author, activist, candidate for office, medical cannabis patient and advocate. He was also a Veteran of the U.S. armed services.

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Give us feedback or info Reprint Acknowledgments | The Author would like to acknowledge the kind permission of the Portland, Oregon, The Oregonian; Larry Sloman (Reefer Madness); High Times Magazine; Dean Latimer (Flowers in the Blood); Lindsey Bradshaw (Tar Baby); and Harper and Row Publishers (The Dope Chronicles) for allowing us to reprint or excerpt so many of their essays, articles, and commentaries. visit - http://www.digitalhemp.com/hemp/html/emp/00/ech00_13.htm

Give us feedback or info Cannabis Common Sense #270 - Truth about marijuana & the politics behind its prohibition. realplayer stream 02 Jun 2004 1 hr 0 min | We have a special editition that features an interview with Rep. Dennis Kucinich (OH), who is running for the Democratic Party's nomination for President of the USA, and scenes from Portland's Million Marijuana March. We also have interviews with Elvy Musika, one of 6 patients who receive low grade marijuana directly from the US federal government, and Lindsay Bradshaw, a long-time cannabis activist in Oregon. visit - http://www.pot.tv/archive/shows/pottvshowse-2727.html

Give us feedback or info BOLG | Well I finally was able to make it to an Occupy Portland event yesterday. I’ve missed other marches and events this last month either do to health or family issues so I was determined to make this one. On the way done I dropped of some beans and rice at the Occupy Portland kitchen at Lownsdale Square. It wasn’t much but being a single father on disability it was as much as I can spare at the moment. Just wish I could do more to help those who are out there now in the rain holding down the fort.

I wore the socks my friend Lindsey Bradshaw gave me before he died so he could be there in spirit. He died a few months ago from liver failure after battling stomach cancer for seven long years. I just wish he had lived long enough to see the Occupy movement take off, he would have been so proud. He was an old time hippy, marijuana activist and a Freedom Rider back in the 60’s and one of the biggest political influences in my life. Not to mention one of my dearest friends. Source - http://www.dailykos.com/story/2011/10/29/1031248/-This-Land-is-Our-Land-Rally-with-Pictures?via=blog_2

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Medical marijuana dispensaries could mean big changes for Oregon

With one hand, Lindsey Bradshaw hoisted his food bag onto his back, arranging the tube that has helped feed him since cancer ravaged his stomach seven years ago. In his other hand, he clutched a small gold bowl of marijuana and a pipe.

He depends on both devices to get through the day.

Lindsey Bradshaw, pictured here at age 62, spent many days in his Southeast Portland home, where he could quickly access his painkillers and keep tabs on his health. Bradshaw's battle with cancer in 2003 left him without his spleen and a kidney, part of his stomach, colon and pancreas. Medical marijuana was a method he relied on to deal with the pain.

Lindsey Bradshaw, pictured here at age 62, spent many days in his Southeast Portland home, where he could quickly access his painkillers and keep tabs on his health. Bradshaw's battle with cancer in 2003 left him without his spleen and a kidney, part of his stomach, colon and pancreas. Medical marijuana was a method he relied on to deal with the pain.

One of 36,380 patients registered with the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program, Bradshaw is a gardener who grows most of his own medical marijuana -- one of two options that program participants have. They can also buy from a producer who sells to four or fewer people.

Those options leave people dry if they don't know a producer and are too sick to grow their own, Bradshaw said.

But that could change, if a ballot measure to create a system of medical marijuana dispensaries passes.

The measure certified for the November ballot July 16, but has not received a ballot number yet. It would establish Oregon as the seventh state to set up a state-regulated dispensary system.

Growth of state-regulated models began popping up across the United States after October 2009, when President Barack Obama loosened enforcement of the federal law on marijuana possession, as long as people comply with their state's law.

Proponents of dispensaries say they would make access easier for thousands of sick Oregonians, but Oregon police and officials from other states with dispensaries caution that access can spiral out of control, resulting in unregistered dispensaries and illegal users. In Los Angeles, a mess of unregistered and dangerous dispensaries was the result of a "hodge-podge of competing and contrasting laws and ordinances," from the city, county and state regulating marijuana, said Tony Bell, spokesman for Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich.

The city placed a moratorium on new dispensaries in November 2007, but hundreds sprung up anyway. In June, the city ordered more than 400 dispensaries to close in an attempt to regain control of the marijuana industry.

In Colorado, Ron Hyman, the state registrar of vital statistics, received less than 5,000 applications for marijuana dispensaries in 2008. Now he gets 1,000 every day.

Colorado placed a one-year ban on new dispensaries and switched to a state-run system meant to reduce customer complaints about quality and cleanliness, Hyman said.

In Oregon, dispensaries would be nonprofits registered with the Department of Health, and have yearly licenses. The department would be in charge of monitoring and inspections.

Dispensaries would prevent illness from mold or insects, which can occur when inexperienced users attempt to grow their own marijuana, Bradshaw said. Licensed patients who want to continue to grow their own medical marijuana could still do so.

Dispensaries could also offer different strains of marijuana with properties best suited to patients' symptoms, commonly severe pain or muscle spasms.

For Bradshaw, getting to select certain strains would be helpful, he said. The 62-year-old lost his spleen, a kidney, part of his stomach, colon and pancreas to Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. He takes various drugs to deal with the pain, but said opiates like oxycodone leave him in a haze.

Proponents of the initiative, like Bradshaw, say putting the state in charge would keep dispensaries safe.

But Sgt. Erik Fisher of the Oregon police Drug Enforcement Section said that wouldn't make a difference. If dispensaries appear in Oregon, honest patients would soon be in the minority, Fisher said. All you have to do is look at California where the dispensaries opened the door for more abuse, he said.

If someone purchased $40 in medical marijuana at an Oregon dispensary, "what's to prevent them from sticking that...in a FedEx package, sending it to New York and making $600?

"It'll make it easier to skirt the law," he said. "You make it more available to patients, you make more available to criminals."

Dispensaries are an obvious location for crime, Bell said, and can endanger the public. "Communities just don't want them in their areas."

John Sajo, who helped draft the ballot initiative, agreed that medical marijuana stores in California are "little more than gangs with storefronts." Oregon would be different, he said, because the measure on the ballot eliminates most of the gray areas that caused issues in California.

The average patient in Oregon is also "older, sicker and poorer," than many of the California patients who are in their 20s, Sajo said.

Bradshaw said he's one of those patients, and his marijuana usage is not provoking crime. "Me smoking in my living room doesn't have anything to do with a school three blocks away. What, I'm going to run down and say, 'Hey girl, want to smoke pot?' No."

The measure restricts where dispensaries can open -- they must be 1,000 feet away from schools and residential neighborhoods. It does not limit the number of dispensaries that can open.

Advocates say the dispensaries would bring much-needed revenue to the state. Dispensaries would make between $10 million and $40 million in the first year, Sajo predicted.

Producers would have to pay a $1,000 fee and distributors a $2,000 fee to cover program-operating costs, and would give 10 percent of their revenue back to the state. The health department could pick where to allocate the funds.

The department has not analyzed possible impacts of the initiative or planned how they would regulate dispensaries, said Dr. Grant Higginson, the state public health officer who worked with the explanatory statement of the initiative for the ballot.

The Oregon Medical Marijuana Program currently registers cardholders and their caregivers -- it has nothing to do with inspections or regulations. If the initiative were to pass, he said, it would transform the program.

The Medical marijuana dispensary ballot measure

A measure to allow medical marijuana dispensaries in Oregon has been certified for the November ballot, but not yet given a number. Major elements:

    Each dispensary and producer may possess 24 mature plants, 72 seedlings and six pounds of usable marijuana.

    Producers and dispensers would pay a 10 percent fee to the state on all income/

    Only Oregon residents could purchase and grow the marijuana.

    Health department would be able to conduct and fund medical marijuana research.

    People convicted of certain felonies in the past five years would be prohibited from delivering or growing the drug.

    Health department must create a low-income assistance program for needy cardholders.

Source - http://www.oregonlive.com/politics/index.ssf/2010/07/medical_marijuana_dispensaries.html

see also -

http://www.cannabisnews.org/united-states-cannabis-news/mmj-dispensaries-could-mean-big-changes-for-oregon/

http://theworldlink.com/news/local/article_2ffeb2a5-e73d-5f62-9f1b-07f8fbab1fee.html

http://www.legalpotinfo.com/blog/

http://nw420news.com/blog/?p=101

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/10/marijuana.html

http://lollitop.blogspot.com/2010/12/marijuana.html

http://forum.santabanta.com/showthread.htm?t=207646

http://www.fundalize.com/other/Marihuana_-_Fotoreportage-184207/

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Bradshaw, Lindsey — Libertarian. Candidate for U.S. Representative from Oregon 2nd District, 1998. Still living as of 1998. visit - http://politicalgraveyard.com/bio/bradney-bradstreet.html

Oregon's 2nd congressional district From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "OR-2" redirects here. For Oregon Route 2, see U.S. Route 26 in Oregon. . . . Oregon's 2nd congressional district District map as of 2002 Current Representative Greg Walden (R–Hood River) . . . Area, 69,491 mi˛ (179,981 km˛); Distribution, 64.43% urban, 35.57% rural; Population (2000), 684,280; Median income, $35,600; Ethnicity - 89.1% White, 0.4% Black, 0.8% Asian, 8.8% Hispanic, 0.2% Native American, 0.1% other; Occupations - 29.1% blue collar, 54% white collar, 17% gray collar Cook PVI R+10

Oregon's 2nd congressional district is the largest of Oregon's five districts, and is the seventh largest district in the nation. The district covers roughly two-thirds of the state, east of the Willamette Valley. It includes all of Baker, Crook, Deschutes, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Hood River, Jackson, Jefferson, Klamath, Lake, Malheur, Morrow, Sherman, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Wasco, Wheeler counties, and part of eastern Josephine county, including some of the Grants Pass area. Before the 2002 redistricting, most of Josephine County was included in the district. The district has been represented by Republican Greg Walden since 1999.

United States House election, 1998: Oregon District 2 Party Candidate Votes Percentage

Republican Greg Walden 132,316 61.48%

Democratic Kevin M. Campbell 74,924 34.81%

Libertarian Lindsay Bradshaw 4,729 2.20%

Socialist Rohn (Grandpa) Webb 2,773 1.29%

Misc. Misc. 474 0.22%

visit - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oregon's_2nd_congressional_district

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RACES 11/03/1998 OR District 2 Lost 2.20% (-59.28%) 11/08/1994 OR State Senate 14 Lost 5.22% (-48.78%) 11/06/1990 OR State House 25 Lost 3.27% (-51.24%)

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