Lansing, Michigan, USA
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- 5 Global Marijuana March
- 6 2018
- 7 2010
- 8 2003
- 9 2002
- 10 2001
- 11 2000
- 12 Cannabis is safer
- 13 Polls. Need for activism
- 14 Life for Pot. Under Trump
- 15 66% support legalization
- 16 Cannabis versus cigarettes
- 17 Trump's drug war has
- 18 Killed 70,200 in US in 2017
- 19 Republican cannabis war
- 20 Senate blocks cannabis
- 21 US Republican war on poor
- 22 Canada versus USA
- 23 Single Payer costs less
- 24 Portugal's drug decrim
- 25 Healthcare for all costs less
- 26 Drug company price fixing
- 27 Huge cost of deductibles
- 28 Medicare for all costs less
- 29 And is not socialist
- 30 Drug war is expensive
- 31 Cash bail costs taxpayers
- 32 Ground wars are costly
- 33 Hemp for all
- 34 Children's Climate Action
- 35 Green Love. Warming &
- 36 President Eisenhower was
- 37 A progressive Republican.
- 38 He wasn't a socialist. His
- 39 91% top marginal tax rate
- 40 & lower middle-class taxes
- 41 Equals prosperity for more
- 42 Vs Republican Party today:
- 43 Increasing income inequality
- 44 And lower minimum wage
- 45 Kleptocracy, drug war, and
- 46 Mass incarceration
- 47 Vote
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Lansing: Kathleen Gulick email@example.com 517-930-6664 or Kathy Kennedy 517-999-3038
Organized by Kathy Kennedy with help from Adam Brooke. New gathering location at Saginaw Street for a 2:00pm sidewalk march. Poor notification of the change hurt overall attendance. Only 2 motorcycle cops for the march and one Capital security guard for the rally from 2:30pm to 5:00pm. The peak attendance was around 80 for the march with an average particpation of around 60 for the rally on the Capital Bldg. steps.
Organized by Kathy Kennedy, Cures Not Wars. Lugnut Stadium gathering started at noon for the 2:30pm sidewalk march to Capital Building. Rally on the capital lawn 'till 6:00pm with speakers. Max participation of 152 during the march dropped to the average attendance of around 140 for the rally. One cop car for the march and one Capital security guard during rally.
Organized by Kathy Kennedy, Cures Not Wars. March down street to Capital Bldg. Peak attendance of about 200 with some loss after the march yielding an average attendance of about 175. 4 motorcycle cops and a squad car for the street march and two Capital security guards during the rally.
Organized by Kathy Kennedy with help from Jay Statzer, Cures Not Wars. This was a new location for Liberation Day. March down street at 1:00pm to Capital Bldg. for two hours of speeches. After rally evet in Washington Plaza started at 4:00pm and ended at 7:30pm. NBC CH 10 and Peak participation was over 200 during the march which trailed off for an average crowd of 175 for the rally and 60 for the Washington Square event after the rally with one band. 4 motorcycle cops and a squad car for the march and two Capital security guards during rally.