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Medical Cannabis (Marijuana) Bills in Congress
Three medical marijuana bills have been introduced in U.S. Congress with support from patient advocates.
Please consider supporting them.
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Just Say 'Bull' to DEA Lies, Contact Your U.S. Reps and Tell Them Vote Hemp!
The Drug Enforcement Administration has kicked its lobbying against legalizing industrial hemp into high gear, hoping to block an amendment in the House that would decriminalize the crop for research purposes.
The Huffington Post has obtained a copy of talking points the DEA is circulating among members of Congress to press them to oppose the amendment -- raising the seemingly incongruous specter of the government using its resources to lobby itself.
The talking points, paradoxically, represent a step forward in the debate. In the Senate, hemp advocates were left only to counter vague "law enforcement concerns" that senators told HuffPost were a factor in their willingness to support reform. By laying out those specific reforms, hemp backers will attempt to rebut them point by point.
Learn more >>
Why Do Patients Care? |
Some Cannabis Law Reform activists consider the Hemp sub-issue to be the linch-pin of Prohibition as that is where the real money is. When Hemp is allowed it will be the End of the War.
This is because while the Medical side of Prohibition has Special Interest of Big Pharma, Hemp has - among others, Big Oil, Big Textile, Big Chemical and Corporate Farming of America in general - as represented by Monsanto, and their ilk.
Although there will be some cross-pollination and effect on medical cannabis crops and gardens, the increased freedom to grow and process, along with environmental and nutritional benefits from the hemp itself it outweigh the negative effects to those who utilize it for therapeutic reasons.
When we End the War, we will be able to find solutions to these issues and more. But with the War, we'll have all the issues and the War too.
Learn more >>
You see, there is an abundant amount of feral hemp in the U.S. already, as well as several plants in the same phyllum that can fake out a cannabis plant.
If we End the War, the Patients and Farmers will be free to find the best long-term, big picture situation for We, the People - instead of what profits Special Interests - and the government lackeys who serve them - the most.
Learn more >>
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Attached is the press release for today's launch of the National
Cannabis Bar Association. I've been working on this since last fall and
am very excited and proud of how this is coming together.
I've also been working on creating a Cannabis Law Section of the Oregon
State Bar. One requirement is that 100 signatures of Oregon practicing
attorneys be submitted. Attached is the signature sheet. If you are an
Oregon licensed attorney, or no someone who is and would be interested,
please print and sign the form, and scan and email it back to her. We
have about 78 signatures so far and although its probably too late in
the year to make this section happen in 2016, we should be well
positioned for 2017. see >> /libry/CLSXpetitionXform.pdf
Lee Berger, Portland
Member of Founding Board of Directors - NCBA
Lawyers Establish National Cannabis Bar Association to Support
Cannabis Clients in Complex Legal Environment
SAN FRANCISCO, June 10, 2015 – A group of experienced cannabisindustry
announced they have come together to establish the National Cannabis Bar Association
(NCBA) to provide attorneys with educational and networking opportunities that will help them
better serve clients in the industry. The cannabis industry operates in an exceptionally complex
legal environment with rapidly changing state and local laws that are routinely in conflict with
federal law. The NCBA is a specialty bar association dedicated to supporting business attorneys
as they help businesses navigate this difficult landscape.
“As more and more states decriminalize or legalize cannabis – and set up their own regulatory
structures – the legal conditions cannabis industry clients and their attorneys face are likely to
get even more complex before they get simpler,” said Shabnam Malek, founding president and
executive director, NCBA. “The NCBA will offer support and advocacy for attorneys working with
businesses in this rapidly changing, swiftly emerging industry.”
The NCBA will serve as an educational and organizational resource for its members – seeking
to promote and maintain the highest standards of practice among attorneys working in the
cannabis industry. The group will also serve as a resource for businesses looking for qualified
cannabis industry attorneys. The ultimate goal is to ensure that businesses in this
field receive quality legal advice to help them meet high standards of ethics
and business practice while reminding them of the limitations imposed by federal law.
“Attorneys have long been at the forefront of the fight for cannabis legalization,” said Malek.
“Now that 23 states and Washington D.C. have some form of legalized cannabis, there is a
clear need for an organization focused on the business aspects of law and cannabis. Today
cannabis industry attorneys are already busy helping their clients form new companies,
negotiate agreements, complete license applications, comply with local and state laws, protect
assets, and more. Our members represent clients who are involved in a wide array of activities
in the cannabis industry along with various ancillary products and services. The NCBA’s role is
to help ensure that attorneys in the field are empowered to do their jobs well.”
Membership in the NCBA is open to practicing attorneys, paralegals, law students, and retired
attorneys. Members will receive access to networking events, continuing legal education, and
publishing opportunities. Annual membership rates for individual attorneys start at $150. The
organization will host an event for new members at the National Cannabis Industry
Association’s Cannabis Business Summit and Expo in Denver on June 30, 2015.
About The National Cannabis Bar Association
| The NCBA is a specialty bar association dedicated to providing attorneys in the cannabis
industry with educational and networking opportunities to help them better serve cannabis
businesses. More information and membership applications are available at >>
G.O.T.V.!! Register, Vote and Get EVERYBODY You Know to Do So Also!
Did you know in 2008, 6 million Americans did not vote because they didn’t know how to register to vote or missed their registration deadline? This election year, Election Protection is working hard to make sure that this statistic isn’t replicated. On September 25, 2012 -- and every day, really -- it's National Voter Registration Day, and Volunteers, celebrities, and organizations from all over the country will "hit the streets" to GOTV (Get Out The Vote). So, (!> Register to Vote
This single day of coordinated activity will not only work to register tens of thousands of eligible Americans, but also educate them about election information in their state so they are prepared to vote on November 6th. If you're a voter, help us build awareness and spread the word thru social media! Visit - https://www.facebook.com/events/459435227412350/
As you are taking to the streets with pens and clipboards, don’t forget to bring a digital resource with you as well — the Election Protection Mobile App. Use our Election Protection mobile app to check the registration status of your family and friends, access the information about the most pressing issues affecting voter’s in your state, and even help people register to vote.
And of course, if you have any questions about voting or would like to report any registration issues please call the Election Protection hotline at 1-866-OUR-VOTE. Want to know your registration deadline? Please visit their state pages.
and Spread The Word!
For more info, or to report and share your activity and otherwise support this action item, contact:
Director, Office of National Affairs -
Drug Policy Alliance *
by visiting -
Tired of all this hassle? Make a change, take action.
End the War! Advocacy and Activism.
Legislation; Candidates and Initiatives.
Help educate your circle of support about OMMA and the beneficial properties of marijuana and cannabis in general. Help with the implementation of the OMMP.
For legal info - State laws, rules, statues, legal decisions, etc. -
click > here <.
--- How can I help implement OMMA? ---
As an Individual …
As a Patient - remember YOU represent the cause; Don't flaunt your medical marijuana usage.
While you should feel free to talk openly about the therapeutic benefits of cannabis for
yourself - and proudly display your banners, which give you an opportunity to educate - you
should also be considerate and always discrete in obtaining and consuming your medicine.
Medicating should be personal and you should handle it as you would any other medicine. This
especially includes educating family and friends, most notably children. Situations where
people may mistakenly consume (ie- unmarked brownies) or otherwise be affected by some aspect
(ie- second-hand smoke) must be expected and proactively managed.
As a Patient/Caregiver - tell everyone your anecdotal experience (what happen to your own body, or that of someone you cared for, in your own words) when medical marijuana was utilized as opposed to other drugs. Help educate your circle of support about OMMA and the medical properties of marijuana and in general.
As a Concerned Citizen - Educate yourself fully and ACT. Research, network, follow up and learn as much as you can so you can effectively share the information with others that think they are opposed. Stay in the loop and be aware of legislative, organizational or business activities that may effect yourself and/or those you care about. Constantly write to legislators, media, businesses and organizations and let them know the good news.
Organized efforts; joining us -or- forming your own (individual -or- group effort)
other Organizations to consider … > see list.
Join a local group of patients and caregivers. By keeping in the loop, you’ll be apprised of the latest developments in the field and alert you when a vote is scheduled and the need is crucial for a letter to your state or federal elected officials. You'll be informed of state and regional events where you can meet other advocates and help shape reform efforts.
Members and associates are needed to carry out these efforts:
Speaking before public interest and community groups.
Postering and passing out flyers.
Staffing information tables at public events and concerts.
Letter-writing campaigns and phone trees.
Producing benefit concerts - including musicians, nightclub managers, owners, booking agents and technical workers.
Donating money, goods or services, e.g. photocopying, printing and design work.
Launching a particular project for which you need the help of other volunteers and/or an organizations authorization to act in its name.
The contacts listed on the MERCY Orgz list are a few of the activists
and groups dedicated to the implementation of OMMA and welcome inquiries from those with
questions or issues. They provide one or more of the following services: Doctor Referrals
and Patient Networks; either a caregiver (how to grow) or related Organization formed to help
patients get their medicine. They may have Doctor referrals or help on filling out forms as
well as contact with current Patients. Caveat emptor! Each has it's own rules and regulations,
please study & research thoroughly before committing resources.
Action Item: Post-Prison Support Needed|
Hello, we are friends of Kevin here at the Mercy Center.
Kevin is -
A Medical Cannabis Patient - everyone knows to qualify in any state for MMJ, you must either be dying, or very sick and in a lot of pain.
Also, a CareGiver - To be a CareGiver you first must care about your fellow man or woman.
Also, a Grower - to be a grower you must have some knowledge to grow so the patients your helping will have some relief from all their conditions and ailments.
The Mercy Center is patients helping patients. Today Kevin needs your help. All of your help. All of us that use cannabis as our medicine know the risk that we take each day of our lives. This is no joke! People all over are being robbed every day for the cannabis they grow for patients. Or the cannabis they have for their own use. This is very, very serious. We all take the utmost care in who comes and goes to our homes when patient medicine is involved. We do lots of time consuming things to make sure the medicine is all right - just about all the Patients, CareGivers and Growers I know have been robbed at one time or another.
We need the laws to protect us cannabis patients, as well as those who CHOOSE to help the sick and dying of our society. Kevin was put into a bad situation: he had been robbed for his medicine as well as those he was helping 2 or 3 times - now the man was back again to rob - Kevin did the best he could - sometimes things just don't turn out the way you would have hoped. That’s definitely the case this time.
Kevin Metcalfes case in HI went from bad to worse as they threw the book, kitchen sink, and anything else they can think of at him. The jury reached a manslaughter verdict and, while he is out, he still needs to clear his name and be totally free.
Kevin needs everyone's help in his appeal and other legal matters.
Help This Citizen - could be you ... visit his website > HelpFreeKevin.net < and tell everybody you know. Then everybody you don't know. Yet!
And if you or someone you know who, like Kevin, has been robbed for their medical cannabis and would like to see some laws changed for the protection of patients who use cannabis leave your comments here > here
Please tell all you know about Friends of Kevin, who knows, someday it might be you who needs the help and us cannabis patients are people too. We all need to stick together and support each other. So please keep checking on this website for updates to Kevin’s progress. We'll also keep you abreast of all the support we're aware of be it from the cannabis community, just concerned citizens.
So show your support for this man who just wanted to help others that were sick like him and used cannabis for their medicine. Thanks for all you have done Kevin, for those who couldn't help themselves.
The Folks at MERCY - the Medical Cannabis Resource Center
The MERCiful Ultimate Louisiana Party
* Saturday, Sunday - August 2, 3, 2014 * starts: 10 AM, both days at Scio, Oregon * The MERCiful Ultimate Louisiana Party (MULP), a Fundraising Event featuring Henry Turner Jr (HTJR) and Ultimate Louisiana Party with Catfish, Red Beans, Rice and more * Music, Food, Activism, plus at Bear Creek Saloon, 40598 Cole School Rd, Scio, Oregon, 97374 * Events begins 10 AM, HTJr goes on at 3pm, Party til we’re pooped. * For more info, like directions, click > here <
Next 420! will be Time to Take Steps
Taking steps to End Cannabis Prohibition, Willamette Valley NORML and MERCY – the Medical Cannabis Resource Center are organizing “joint” Rallys at the steps of the Capital Building, Salem, Oregon every year on 4/20 at 4:20 to Raise Awareness about The War and what people can do about it. For more information, click > here
A Smokin' Idea - the GlassWare Partys
Attention patients who use "glass" pipes
for medical cannabis delivery devices.
The last GlassWare Party is happened
Sat., Jan. 28th
at the Mercy Center
from High Noon to 4:20pm.
SORRY, but this is a cardholders only event.
Click here for details.
MERCY Poster Party!
Make posters for special events of the cause in general,
such as the Global Marijuana Marches.
Sat., April 23 and 30, High noon in Salem. Click
here for details.
Attention OMMP CardHolders
The Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana (ACMM) Outreach Subcommittee is working on a project to help curb some LEO/Media/etc overstepping of boundaries - breaches of confidentiality, spreading misinformation, publishing protected info, LEO abuses of the law, inappropriate uses of the LEDS program, using public resources to publish anti med can info, et al. - in order to do an effective job, we need to hear what med can community members have read, heard or experienced.
So, PLEASE look at the following list and if you have anything to contribute - do E-mail us. It is an evolving work in progress which will hopefully result in some changes, from the top down, in how LEO interacts with our community - please contribute your story (please focus more on what happened and less on your opinion about it) or links to news stories or leo publication info related to OMMP. thanks in advance -
1. Public Disinformation (shows LEO’s deliberate marketing of fear & reefer madness)
2. State Policy: recent ACMM letter to Atty Gen Kroger charging professional conflict of interest. Theme- it starts at the top and filters down thru LEO/District Attorneys or proofs of LEO abusing their power.
3. Testimony and Anecdotal Stories
4. LEO – LEDS Data and Charts
5. National Policy: use of Paramilitary Action for drug cases; other national organizations Policies that harm the patient (funding only for anti-mmj research, etc)
6. Costs: tax payers money – crimes in Oregon that are ignored, unsolved; Social costs – stigma (myths) and loss of Public Trust (cops lie) ; Personal costs – family fragmentation (mental, emotional, financial) leads to greater dependency on social services; cost of medicine that is destroyed (creates more profit for black market)
7. or Other? PLEASE E-mail us.
Get Writing Mad!
Please consider writing a letter to the editor to your local paper.
There are many potential ways you could write a LTE. You need not focus
just on the negative spin. You could elaborate on the positive in the
article. Whatever you send, we suggest you keep your letter short, under
200 words, and focused on only one or two points.
We find this website among those useful for research to help respond to
points in articles:
Thanks for your effort and support.
It's not what others do it's what YOU do
New York Times
To the Editor:
While Dan Hurley's article on the medical use of cannabis was a bit
better informed than most and took considerable pains to cite several
authorities, it still gave the default to our mindless federal policy
of fiercely enforced criminal prohibition.
The simple truth is that the only reason any clinical research is
being done at all is that "medical marijuana" laws have been passed
in several states; however, simple perusal of those laws is enough to
show that they are so highly restrictive in how eligible "patients"
may be defined that -- given ambient federal hostility to the
concept -- meaningful clinical research is nearly impossible in any
state but California.
Also, most of those Hurley cited with skeptical views also got away
with unwarranted assumptions. Typical was Dr. Murray from New
Zealand, who claims that teens who smoke from an early age are more
likely to develop schizophrenia. I know from systematically
interviewing chronic users of all ages in California that cannabis,
alcohol and tobacco are very attractive to troubled teens in general
and that those who initiate all three at or below twelve years of age
seem to have the most intense symptoms; thus his observations are
not that surprising and certainly don't "prove" that cannabis causes
Hurley should have been asking why such a witch hunt has been mounted
against users of an agent that has shown so much promise in the limited studies which have been possible.
Additional suggestions for writing LTEs are at the MAPinc Media Activism Center:
Or contact MAP Media Activism Facilitator Steve Heath for personal tips on
how to write LTEs that get printed.
PLEASE SEND > MAPinc < A COPY OF YOUR LETTER
Please post a copy of your letter or report your action to the sent letter
list (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are subscribed, or by E-mailing a copy
directly to email@example.com if you are not subscribed. Your letter will
then be forwarded to the list so others can learn from your efforts.
Subscribing to the Sent LTE list (firstname.lastname@example.org) will help you to
review other sent LTEs and perhaps come up with new ideas or approaches as
well as keeping others aware of your important writing efforts.
To subscribe to the Sent LTE mailing list see
Thanx to Stephen Heath, MAP Media Activism Facilitator and
Richard Lake, Senior Editor, MAP - the Media Awareness Project - for this alert.
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What do we hope to accomplish ... how? Why?
Some of their immediate objectives are to inform & educate about the therapeutic benefits as well as the true
medical facts about cannabis; support the rights of patients & doctors in the OMMP; promote a healthier
environment through hemp and empower groups and actions that broadcast information & news about the harm,
waste and abuse caused by can prohibition in general.
The basic strategy will be to join and initiate events & actions; to research and spread news & info - to be the
media outlet for the movement! MCRC wants to be in a position to help or even launch initiative and similar
activities; to make available basic legal help for all cannabis users; to promote hemp for a healthier
environment; to be a part of the community.
Patients and doctors in OMMP will be able to network and share information about their conditions and how to
obtain & apply their medicine - growing tips, cooking recipes, which strains work best, etc. MCRC hopes to
educate doctors and patients in general on their rights as well as the truth on the medical effects - beneficial
Though open only a short time and with sketchy volunteer staff hours, MCRC has had our first case where a
Patient went and educated his doctor and got him to change his mind. A Patient with a doctor for the past eight years came in to our place and told us his story, how his doctor wouldn’t sign. We educated the patient, patient
educated doctor and doctor signed. “he was so relieved, so grateful, he had tears in his eyes” said an involved volunteer. “This is what we are all about”.
Through the above actions, MCRC intends to build a volunteer base for constant recruitment & administration
of the organization for the future. Through marketing and communications they hope to coordinate with
business and organizations to make a lasting, positive change in the community. Check them out, be a part of it.
Many thanks to R. House Furniture for their generous support
(next door to our office at 1695 Fairgrounds Rd., Salem, 97303. Call: 503.363-0596).
Stay tuned for our next event -or- opportunity for contact -and/or- action.
Taking the Intiative(s!) ...
SOME TIPs on Registering Voters and Petitioning
- REGISTERING VOTERS. People signing Petitions must be registered to vote. You can register as often as you want. When in doubt, register again.
- A person can register and vote if over 18 (at time of election) and resident of state. Note! FELONs can register and vote in Oregon even while on probation or parole. The only exception is when in jail or prison.
- If someone has their hands full, you can fill out the Voters Registration form for them EXCEPT for the Name and Date. Make sure the person registering Signs and Dates the form.
- Once they have registered, it is best that they wait ten days and then sign. Some people have tried forward-dating their signature on the petition, while others have tried backdating the form - these are not good methods. They can take a petition with them and mail it back (get their friends to sign, too) or you can let them no where to catch up with us again. They should also find location information through all our media.
- PETITIONERs. When generating copies or printing off the website, make sure the paper is correct weight (20lb, 24/60lb or 70lb) and that copies are legible. The petition side should be clear, aligned and full size. The cover page side should be legible, aligned in the middle. They should be on one sheet, each on one side. The top of the cover page should line up with the left-hand side of the petition when you flip the page over. NOTE: Oregon election laws require petitioners to carry a complete copy of the text of the initiative they are representing. Copies of the Life with Dignity initiative text are available from the same place signature gatherers can get petition sheets.
- Make sure you have a copy of the text with you. Contact Voter Power for a copy >
- Make sure they are registered. Make sure they sign only once per election cycle. Make sure that sign in their county. If they sign for the wrong county, cross it off.
- If someone has their hands full, you can fill out the Voters Registration form for them EXCEPT for the Signature and Date. Make sure the person registering Signs and Dates the petition.
Voters in Oregon should not sign using a P.O. Box. It makes it harder to confirm, when necessary. Explain to signers and try to get them to write down the same address where they are registered to vote -- their current address -- and if necessary, to fill out a voter registration card (which you should have with you) if they have changed addresses since last registering.
- THE "FRED MEYER" SITUATION. There was a case decided where it was ruled that a store could tell petitioners where to go (!) IF IN DOUBT, GO AHEAD and try. They can’t arrest you without warning.
- Select your spot and start petitioning. Be polite and unobtrusive as possible. Don’t argue or pursue and NEVER shout.
- If approached my management, try to address concerns, find parameters and work out solutions. If all else, just find another spot. You can’t gather signatures while in jail or otherwise uselessly debating with the ignorant!
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Event action items to copy, volunteer or just plain plan for in general.
Opportunities to express, uplift and network with like minds.
Stay tuned for the next event -or- opportunity for contact -and/or- action.
Hemp Stalk 2005
First Annual Cannabis Convention
The Hemp and Cannabis Foundation is Proud To Present: an educational event combining Information, Speakers and Entertainment. Music, Mirth and Merriment!
There will be Bio-Diesel cars and vehicles such as buses on site, to demonstrate the fuel works and the clean burning nature of the fuel.
Click here for details.
The Oregon Hempfest will be held next year on
July 14-15-16, 2006
at Washington-Jefferson Park, not far from the Willamette River and the city center of Eugene, Oregon.
Click here for details.
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Sunday, September 28, 2014 at 06:33 PM:
Elizabeth Tucker from Ohio wrote:
"My fiance who has epilepsy
and has seizures everyday is
facing 1 to 5 years in
Campbell County Kentucky
jail for marijuana. The
marijuana helps him to calm
down when he is about to
have a seizure. I think that
it is wrong to sentence a
disabled veteran to jail for
a little bit of marijuana
which is his medicine. He
has stopped taking his
Dilantin and Neurotins
because he has more seizures
on them then when he stops
taking them. I am just
trying to get somebody to
care. He served his country
for 2 years in the Navy
SEALS and is getting in
trouble for medical
marijuana. He has had a
brain injury and has nerve
damage. He cannot feel
anything and his left hand
doesn't move at all. I think
it is ridiculous. Campbell
County jail let him have 86
seizures back to back in a
72 hour period and didn't
even take him to a hospital.
The nurse at the jail kept
giving him dilantins. He
said the nurse gave him 18
100mg Dilantins in a 24 hour
period. He is only supposed
to take 3 100mg Dilantins a
day. I want to raise
awareness on legalizing
medicinal marijuana. I see
the help that it has for
people. I just hope that
someone messages me back. I
support the cause 110%.
Sunday, June 29, 2014 at 01:15 AM:
mother of an autistic epileptic 8 year old from Wisconsin wrote:
we are broke but I have
to know what are the steps
for getting the cannibas oil
shes on 4 potent drugs nows
and I want to try natural do
I have to move to MN
Saturday, January 28, 2012 at 08:27 AM:
Jim from CannaMedicine in Oregon wrote:
" If you wonder about the real
need and the benefits of
medical marijuana, do some
patient transfers like I do.
The quality of life
improvement will touch you
deeply. The people breaking
the chains of prescription
medications will inspire you. "
Thursday, August 18, 2011 at 06:11 PM:
wes from salem wrote:
" If you needa more precise
medication amount you can
try making capsules.this can
help you control the pain
relief in relationship to
impairment level. my wife
and I came up with this so
that I could have pain reief
without fear of being to
impaired to care for our
children when she is at work
or college.the first step to
heat activating is to cut up
the marijuana into smaller
pieces for better heat
activation. then place on a
cookie sheet and bake at 225
degrees for aproximatly 10
minutes. then grind the
marijuana into a powder. at
fist you will have to do
some experimenting with
dosage level of each
capsule. we tried 25%,1/3rd%
and 50%capsules. to make 25%
capsules mix 1 tablespoon of
powdered medicine with 3
tablespoons regular baking
flour then fill capsules. I
used a cap-m-quik and "00"
size capsules. to make
1/3rd% use 1 tablespoon of
powdered medicine and 2
tablespoons of flour. for
50% use 1 tablespoon of
pwdered medicine and 1
tablespoon flour. if you
have a larger amount of
medicine you can replace
tablespoons and use cups(for
example 1/2 cup powdered
medicine and 1/2 cup flour
equals 50%capsules) for me
the 1/3rd dose is best for
still being able to care for
my children. of course, keep
in mind the stronger the
medicine, the stronger the
capsules will be. hope this
Saturday, June 11, 2011 at 07:40 AM:
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