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Dispensary Initiative for Oregon Continues

Where’s the Medicine? Too many sick and disabled patients are without medicine. Initiative Petition 28 will allow for licensed and regulated medical marijuana dispensaries and establish a program designed to ensure that patients in need have an adequate supply of medicine. The proposal will also fund research and generate revenue for the state in general. For details on this and more, see Current Session notes.

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Support HB2835

Support The Medical Marijuana Patient Protection Act of 2009

Massachusetts Democrat Barney Frank, along with a bipartisan coalition of 13 co-sponsors, is seeking to strengthen legal protections for state-authorized medical marijuana patients. House Bill 2835, The Medical Marijuana Patient Protection Act of 2009, would ensure that medical cannabis patients in states that have approved its use will no longer have to fear arrest or prosecution from federal law enforcement agencies. Thirteen states -- Alaska, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Maine, Michigan, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington -- have enacted laws protecting medical marijuana patients from state prosecution. Yet in all of these states, patients and providers still face the risk of federal sanction -- even when their actions are fully compliant with state law.

It is time that we allowed our unique federalist system to work the way it was intended. Patients and their state representatives should have the authority to enact laws permitting the medical use of cannabis -- free from federal interference. Previous versions of The Medical Marijuana Patient Protection Act were introduced in both the 108th and 109th Congress, but failed to receive a public hearing or a committee vote. Please write your members of Congress today and tell them to stop targeting and prosecuting medical marijuana patients and providers. Visit - http://capwiz.com/norml2/issues/alert/?alertid=13532281


HELP! People Needing Medical Cannabis Across America. TAKE ACTION NOW!

This is a chain e-mail you can't refuse. Unlike most, this will actually help you - and a whole buncha others - just by passing it on. Cannabis consumer or not - from the folks just trying to take care of themselves or a loved one to those who simply see the expensive, immoral waste of making war on the sick and dying - everyone is affected by this issue.

There are a number of medical cannabis (marijuana) bills in play in states across the US. We need to get the word out and people contacting reps and officials and get this Links into law.

To accomplish this you need to click on the following links and send a message to all the reps and media you can on the issue. Then get everybody else to do the same.

To do this you need to tell everybody you know. And can confide in.

Then/or anonymously tell everybody you don't know - or can't confide in. Yet.

Tell everybody you can by e-mailing a link to this website to them and/or printing off this info and handing out where necessary. Also phone call and visit. Take literature with you and approach businesses, organizations and even people on the street while you're out and about. Wear your pot-leaf shirt and register voters, as feasible.

Organize an event or action item to attract people in order to inform, educate and activate. Don't forget to alert the media!

Tell everybody else by Letters-to-the-Editor, displaying signage at street corners and over-passes (wear trenchcoat, fedora and sunglasses if afraid of exposure), and/or anonymously leaving literature and posting on-line at places where people are likely to find it. Coffeeshops are good places to leave printed material and you can go to the websites of the local newspapers to post items as well. More ideas and supporting tools via the links below.

And we're sure you'll come up with more. Exchange notes at the websites provided.

Help medical cannabis in Alabama - click > here

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Help medical cannabis in Texas - click > here

This info and and more at NORML’s Legislative Action Alerts page, visit - http://capwiz.com/norml2/issues/

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A Citizen's Guide to the Oregon Legislative Process, with stuff like How to Testify in Front of Committee is at: www.leg.state.or.us/citizenguide/ * NOTE: You may call your legislators by contacting the WATS operator. Within Salem, call 503-986-1187. Outside of Salem, please call 1-800-332-2313.

Getting to the Capitol > 900 Court Street NE, Salem, Oregon 97301 * Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00-5:30 ~ Saturday: Closed ~ Sunday: Closed * Visitor Services Phone: 503-986-1388 * For more information on How to get to the Capitol, including things like Where to Park visit: www.leg.state.or.us/capinfo/

Find Your Legislator www.leg.state.or.us/findlegsltr/findset.htm online. Visit: www.leg.state.or.us/findlegsltr/home.htm and fill out the form entering your home address. Then click on the "submit" button and you will then be given your state and US legislators.

Write your legislator www.leg.state.or.us/writelegsltr/ online. To send a message to your State Senator or State Representative please visit: www.leg.state.or.us/writelegsltr/ and fill out the form. By entering your information, you will be automatically matched to either your State Senator or your State Representative. Click "submit" when you are ready to send your message.

See a List of OR St. House of Reps at: www.leg.state.or.us/house/ and a List of OR St. Senate at: www.leg.state.or.us/house/ There is also the Senate and House District Listing www.sos.state.or.us/elections/other.info/shlist.pdf from Secretary of State, Elections Division which includes a table of Senators and the two corresponding Representatives for all districts see: www.sos.state.or.us/elections/other.info/shlist.pdf

Phoning Your Legislator. During a legislative session, you may call your legislators by contacting the WATS operator. Within Salem, call 503-986-1187. Outside of Salem, please call 1-800-332-2313.

Members Email Address formats
Senator's email address: sen.firstnamelastname@state.or.us
example: sen.ralphsmith@state.or.us
Representative's email address: rep.firstnamelastname@state.or.us
example: rep.betsyjones@state.or.us

To check up on bills; here is the link to the search bills page www.leg.state.or.us/searchmeas.html click on search for specific measure ...fill in the blanks on the page, hit enter and you will get the text of any bill. For example, try typing "marijuana" in the search engine for new bills. Also look for “cannabis” and we should not forget to mention “hemp” at some time. Or … If one wants PDF with changes bolded one can also go here: landru.leg.state.or.us/07reg/measures/ click on the directory like HB 2600's and find it in PDF instead of just HTML.

These web links tell you what committee a bill goes to. For senate bills: www.leg.state.or.us/07reg/pubs/senmh.html for house bills: www.leg.state.or.us/07reg/pubs/hsemh.html

If you need information regarding the legislative process, email the Legislative Liaison at help.leg@state.or.us -or- call 503-986-1000 -or- visit: www.leg.state.or.us/

* How about a Voter Registration Party? Come Together, Register and Make a Difference! Notes For Votes - music by local bands. Tunes, Food, Fun and More. Elections 101: New Voters. Thank you for your interest in voting in Oregon! Voting is how you can participate in democracy and make your voice count.

Does my vote really count? Yes. In the 2002 election, in District 28 (southern Oregon), only 42 votes came between the two candidates. That means 22 votes would have changed the outcome, and close elections like this are not unusual. Next time, the vote that changes the outcome could be yours.

Just as with any other new activity, voting for the first time comes with questions and maybe even a little anxiety. The following information should help answer any questions you may have, ease the voting process, and empower you to become an active citizen.

If you have any questions please call our toll-free voter information line at 1-866-ORE-VOTE (1-866-673-8683). The voter information line is available Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm, se habla Espanol. TTY services for the hearing impaired are available at 1-866-350-0596. Additional voting resources are also available online at the Elections Division website; visit: www.sos.state.or.us/elections/elechp.htm.

Read the Voting in Oregon Guide www.uhavavote.org/votingguide/index.html. get to the link and others by visiting: www.oregonvotes.org/elec101.htm

The basics of Oregon State Voter Registration

You may register to vote in Oregon if:

1. You are a resident of Oregon.
2. You are a United States citizen.
3. You will be 18 years old by Election Day.

To register to vote or update your current registration:

(1.> Complete the Voter Registration Form (visit: www.sos.state.or.us/elections/votreg/sel500.pdf. The form is in a fillable .pdf format. Open the form using the free Adobe Acrobat© Reader and complete it online by tabbing through the fields and typing in the requested information.
(2.> Print the completed form and sign it. Mail the form to your county elections office or drop it off in person.
(3.> If you do not wish to complete the voter registration form online, you may print the form and complete it using black ink.

Your county elections office will mail you a card to let you know that your registration was received. If you are registering in Oregon for the first time, your completed voter registration form must be postmarked by the 21st day before an election in order to vote in that election.

A voter who is unable, because of the disability, to sign their name should also complete the Signature Stamp AtteSection form. If you have any questions, be sure to call your county elections office. Source: www.sos.state.or.us/elections/votreg/vreg.htm

Oregon Voter Registration Card. you may use this card to:. gregister to vote in Oregon. The deadline to register to vote is the 21st day before an election. Visit: www.sos.state.or.us/elections/votreg/sel500.pdf

a Voting in Oregon Guide :: registering to vote If this is your first time registering to vote in Oregon, you must register at least 21 days before, and more. Visit: www.uhavavote.org/votingguide/register.html

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A directory of Oregon candidates for Governor, State Cabinet, United State Senator and Congress in the current election cycle ... state political parties ... the official state election office ... and state news sources. Find out how to register to vote, read about issues, and join the Jackson County, Oregon, Democratic Central Committee. Visit: www.jcdemocrats.org

Voting In Oregon. The following are some important facts about voting in Oregon. With the General election coming up in November, you will soon be hearing a lot about issues that will affect your life. Registering to vote in Oregon is a very simple and quick process, and now that Oregon has vote-by-mail, the whole process is even easier. Watch for the Voters Pamphlet in the mail, and make a difference by voting! Visit: www.osbar.org/public/vote/Voting.htm

A note from the League Of Women Voters Of Oregon. Voters should understand a new law, passed by the Oregon Legislature in 2005, which prohibits participating in more than one nominating process. A voter must choose whether to (1) participate in the nominating process for an independent or third party candidate or (2) vote a partisan Primary Election ballot.

If registered Democrats or Republicans vote in the Primary, they can no longer participate in the nominating process for independent candidates. If minor party members participate in their party's nominating convention for a particular office, they can no longer sign a petition for an independent candidate for that office.

If you are registered as a Republican or Democrat and wish to sign a nominating petition for an independent candidate, LWVOR suggests re-registering by the April 25 deadline with your county elections office as "Not a Member of a Party." Re-registering would allow you to still vote the on the nonpartisan offices and measures in the Primary Election; voters who are not registered as Democrats or Republicans will receive ballots containing only these offices. After the Primary, you can register again with your party of choice. If you do not want to re-register, or have missed the deadline, the only way you can legally support the nomination of an independent candidate is if you do not vote at all in the Primary Election. For more, Visit: www.lwvor.org

Multnomah County Voter Information - Frequently Asked Questions. Visit by clicking here.

Deschutes County Government, Oregon - Registering to Vote WHO MAY REGISTER TO VOTE? Anyone who is: ? A resident of Oregon;. ? A United States citizen, and. ? At least 18 years of age by Election Day. Click here.

Volunteer, read news, or register to vote on this site provided by the Democrats in Washington County, Oregon. visit: www.washcodems.org

State Voter Registration Deadlines - U.S. Government Info/Resources. This table shows the last day on which you can register to vote in each state, visit: usgovinfo.about.com/blvrdeadline.htm and State Voter Registration Requirements - U.S. Government Info/Resources visit: usgovinfo.about.com/blvrbystate.htm

BallotMeasure.com - Register to Vote in Oregon You can download the registration form from: ballotmeasure.com/others/registertovote.pdf (in PDF format). If you need the Acrobat Reader to read this file, you can get it here. Get your completed registration to your local county clerk at the address shown below. The county elections office will mail you a card to let you know that your registration was received. Please remember that for newly registered voters, the card must be postmarked by the 21st day before an election in order to vote in that election. If you have any questions, be sure to call your county elections office. Click here for more.

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* They prepare all voter registration forms needed to register in your state - pre-filled with your information you provide them.

* They then mail the voter registration documents to you thru US Mail (postage paid Approx. 5 - 10 business days.). You must sign the documents you receive after carefully reading over the information to be sure it is correct.

* Once you sign the legal document, you will place it in an envelope they provide you that is pre-addressed to the correct state department that will process your form.

* You will receive a voter registration card in the mail from your state department within 4 to 6 weeks after mailing in your registration.

That is all there is to it. They ask for a small fee of $6.95 plus a $3.00 postage and handling fee to conduct these services for you. This fee covers the cost of paperwork, postage, technology, and material. No other fees will occur. Visit: www.iwanttovote.com


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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.
  • 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.
  • For more notes on the Legislative process check out OMMA 2, among others.

    OMMA 2 was also known as the Dispensary Bill and is still a key objective the Oregon medical cannanis community is still attempting to meet - creating access to medicine initiative text is available online at: http://www.voterpower.org/news/initiative.html

    Additional information about OMMA 2 can be found in archived editions of their electronic newsletter at:

    http://www.voterpower.org/flash/news.html

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