Corvallis, Oregon, USA

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What: Corvallis Marijuana March

Who: registered voters, people who support the cause

Where: 4th and Monroe, Corvallis, OR 97333

When: Saturday, May 1st 2:00-6:00PM, March at 4:20PM

Why: awareness, education, jobs, health, safety, tradition, reform, regulation, revenue

The Corvallis Marijuana March was organized because of the Cures Not Wars' Worldwide Marijuana March that takes place that day. Cures Not Wars was founded in New York in May 1994 as a grassroots response to the deteriorating quality of life in America. It is a coalition of drug-reform activists, users, health-care and drug-treatment providers and social-justice activists committed to advocacy and non-violent direct action to stop the drug war, whether in small, local protests or in regional or national actions.

The event has been organized by SSDP (Students for Sensible Drug Policy) and the Corvallis Cannabis Movement. This will be a peaceful march for cannabis awareness. We will gather at the Courthouse, 4th & Monroe at 2PM on May 1st and start at 4:20pm. We will circle the courthouse, march past the police station, around City Hall, then up to Monroe. We will march to Allan Bros on the corner, then cut across campus, ending back at Central Park. We will have information handouts and volunteer sign-up sheets available for SSDP, Corvallis Cannabis Movement, and OCTA 2010 Petition Circulators.

We will need125,000 signatures (~90,000 verified signatures) to secure placement for the Oregon Cannabis Tax Act on the November ballot. The initiative will help to fund state programs, build and promote local green industry, and develop a new future for Oregon. So tell a friend, come and be loud, bring some music, and let’s change Oregon for the better!

See 2010 Global Marijuana March map. Corvallis: Eric Franklin ericcfranklin(at)yahoo.com 541-868-7140 .

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April 18. Corvallis event as part of 6 city Oregon tour to raise funds and awareness for the OCTA.



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