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- 17 Life for Pot. Under Trump.
- 18 Trump's drug war has
- 19 Killed 72,000 in US in 2017
- 20 AOC supports federal cannabis legalization
- 21 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in 2019 equals
- 22 Republican President Eisenhower in 1950s
- 23 His 91% top marginal tax rate in the 1950s
- 24 Lower taxes on the middle class in the 1950s
- 25 Prosperity for many more in the 1950s
- 26 Inflation-adjusted wages flat since 1960s
- 27 Republicans refuse to raise minimum wage
- 28 Cannabis is safer
- 29 Presidents alone can not reschedule it
- 30 USA. Republican-led war on cannabis
- 31 Drug war, mass incarceration, control
- 32 Felon disenfranchisement & gerrymandering
- 33 Republican-led big spending on drug war
- 34 GOP-led spending on endless ground wars
- 35 U.S. infrastructure badly needs this money
- 36 U.S. household debt at all time high
- 37 Canadian middle class has surpassed USA
- 38 U.S. middle class wealth has collapsed
- 39 Many nations surpassed US middle class
- 40 USA. Richest 10% Own 84% of All Stocks
- 41 Record global debt. Who will bail out USA?
- 42 Increasing US income inequality over time
- 43 Canada has universal healthcare
- 44 Canada has single payer healthcare
- 45 Canadian healthcare costs much less
- 46 Half the cost of Obama-Trumpcare
- 47 USA could save $1.6 trillion YEARLY
- 48 Canada has better health outcomes
- 49 Huge wasteful spending in US healthcare
- 50 Each 10 million US uninsured equals
- 51 10,000 more US deaths yearly. Also:
- 52 10,000 die waiting for US disability yearly
- 53 Republicans block pre-existing conditions
- 54 Trump's drug war
- 55 Killed 72,000 in US in 2017
- 56 Portugal has universal healthcare
- 57 Portugal decriminalized all drugs
- 58 Portugal has drug treatment for all
- 59 In Portugal few die of overdoses
- 60 Green love
- 61 Hemp for all
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Share link: Rosario. Local or regional cannabis-related links wanted. See more links here: Argentina. See cities by country on GMM map of all cities. See all cities (not just Global Marijuana March). See the yearly city and event lists for additional Facebook and other links.
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- Argentina. Cannabis-related links. More Facebook links, etc..
- Europe. Cannabis-related links. More Facebook links, etc..
- Latin America. Cannabis-related links. More Facebook links, etc..
- Wikipedia: Cannabis in Argentina.
- In alphabetical order by city.
- Category: Cannabis-related links. For world, region, country, state, or province links.
- Wikipedia: Category: Cannabis by country. And: Commons: Category: Cannabis by country.
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- arecrosario.blogspot.com - AREC (Asociación Rosarina de Estudios del Cannabis).
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- Cannabis news sources.
- Drug Policy Organizations (from MAP). US cannabis organizations. And: Canada. State, province, nation from Area menu. Can also sort by topic. See advanced power search. It can search news, and it can Google search many organizations (choose one from menu).
- DrugNews.org (from MAP). News and opinion in one list. Titles are too short. Can sort by area, source, author, topic. But they can not be combined. For example; Cannabis topic is for all countries. United States is for all topics. See: News. See: Opinions. Sort either by low, medium, or high detail.
- MAP news topics ("focal points"). For example; Cannabis news for the United States, or Canada, or the UK.
- News Source Directory (from MAP). State, province, nation from Area menu. Or A-Z from Source menu. Google search MAP site for news, sources, topics, city, state, province, nation, organizations, etc..
- World Cannabis Map - SpliffyMap. See "about" for Paypal link. See Facebook.
- MarijuanaTravels.com - Cities and countries. And Google site search.
- Marijuana Travel Database. Marijuana travel reports. Countries and cities. Marijuana and travel, smoking laws and cannabis legality.
- WeBeHigh.org - Click "Travel Guides" button at top for continents. By U.S. state. And: Google site search.
- Marijuana Dispensary & Strain Reviews - Leafly.
- HeadShopFinder - Find Marijuana Dispensaries and Smoke Shops Near Me.
- PotGuide.com | Comprehensive Guide. Dispensaries, events, news, guides.
Global Marijuana March
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works well. Click: . Add city name to search, and state/province/nation as needed. This will pull up all yearly maps in which the city is listed. Except for 2015, 2016, or 2017 in which only countries were listed for the most part. This city, nation, or subnational area participated or signed up one year (or more) for the Global Marijuana March (GMM), Million Marijuana March (MMM), or 420. 42 nations participated on May 5, 2018, or thereabouts. 42 nations participated on May 6, 2017, or thereabouts. 45 nations participated on May 7, 2016, or thereabouts. 43 nations participated on May 2, 2015, or thereabouts. 213 cities from 43 nations signed up for May 3, 2014 or thereabouts. 229 cities from 43 nations signed up for May 4, 2013 or thereabouts.
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- Facebook: #MMM18 #RosarioSePlanta #AutocultivoYA.
GMM, May 4:
May 5, GMM:
- Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina. 2012 Marcha Mundial de la Marihuana at Rosario.
- They Marched for Marijuana, Against the Drug War. StoptheDrugWar.org - Quote from article:
- "The march in Rosario was great," said Silvia Inchaurraga of the Argentine Harm Reduction Association (ARDA). "In the first march we organized here in 2002, there were only a handful of people, and now we have more than 1,000," she told the Chronicle. "We don't need more speeches from politicians, even progressive speeches, we need a new drug law and a new drug policy. Despite the Supreme Court rulings of 2009 [decriminalizing marijuana possession], the old drug law is still in effect and drug users are still arrested and punished, and harm reduction is not the official policy of the National Secretary on Drugs."
Rosario: Leandro Mussini 3mrosario(at)gmail.com . Agrupación Cogollos, http://3mrosario.blogspot.com
- Facebook: Rosario también quiere la despenalización de la marihuana.
- Facebook: Rosario Marcha y Concentra por la despenalización de la marihuana 2010.
Rosario: Leandro M., firstname.lastname@example.org . Agrupación Cogollos, http://3mrosario.blogspot.com
- 1000 people in 2009.
- Report: D for Disorientation: Marijuana March 2009 in Rosario.
- Cogollos Rosario: Marcha Mundial por la Marihuana Rosario 2009.
- Marcha mundial por la despenalizacion de la marihuana - Taringa!
- Marcha Mundial por la Marihuana - Taringa!
Rosario: cogollosrosario(at)argentina.com . Agrupación Cogollos, http://cogollosrosario.blogspot.com
May 3, GMM:
- Report (from old GMM site): 400 attendees.
- Facebook photos: Marcha por la Marihuana 2008.
200 people in 2007
- Report (from old GMM site):
On Saturday, May 7, more than 5,000 people gathered in the Humberto de Nito Municipal Amphitheatre in the city of Rosario, Argentina, in the Festival Against Intolerance, organized by the Harm Reduction Association of Argentina as part of the "Global Marijuana March."
It was the fourth Festival Against Intolerance held in the city of Rosario. Last year, it drew thousands of people to demonstrate in favor of the decriminalization of drug position for personal use. Similar demonstrations take place in 185 cities in 37 countries around the world. This time, more than 5,000 people were part of a real party, where local bands like Urbanos del Sur, La Rosarion Smowing and the very appropriate Movil Vission, from Buenos Aires, who played songs about do-it-yourself marijuana cultivation as well as legalization. The well-known band Los Manos de Fillipi closed the evening, the amphitheatre shining with many colored flags and a unanimous cry in favor of decriminalization.
Many representatives of the Argentine Network in Defense of Drug Users' Rights (RADDUD) were present. When they expressed themselves, they found a great echo of their sentiments among the crowd, who kept applauding, adhering to the general message of the event.
For his part, Dr. Gustavo Hurtado, Secretary of the Harm Reduction Association of Argentina (ARDA) emphasized to the great crowd: "Today we are here to decriminalize the possession of drugs for personal use, to end the arrests for marijuana consumption, to defend scientific investigation into the therapeutic uses of cannabis, for respect for human rights, for the passage of the two decriminalization proposals now before the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies; one presented by Senator Diana Conti of Buenos Aires and another by Deputy Eduardo García of Córdoba."
ARDA maintains that Argentina's drug code, Law 23,737, fills the country's jails with people arrested for the mere possession of a substance. The numbers bear this out: of the 300,000 open cases of infractions of this law, more than 200,000 are for possession or possession for personal consumption.
Hurtado spoke strongly: "What is clear is that what the Argentine State does is to direct all of its capacity for action against users, to whom it should offer different kinds of alternatives in education, health, and social inclusion, instead of responding with the punishment and criminalization of acts that are private. Concrete battles must be given in concrete places. When a law must be changed, that battle must happen in Congress. What we are proposing and pushing for is to change the punishments and criminalization of drug possession for personal use. That is, that they stop imprisoning use for having a joint, a piece of paper, a pill. The State should not interfere in people's lives because the damage done by criminalizing people is much greater than that which it seeks to prevent. "
In this battle, which is being waged from various sectors in Argentina, two concrete projects stand out. The first was the 2003 proposal by Deputy Eduardo García, of the Socialist Party of Córdoba, to change the wording of article 14 of the current law, and the second was Senator Diana Conti's similar proposal to the Senate.
The Fourth Festival Against Intolerance in Rosario was part of ARDA's National Campaign for the Decriminalization of Drug Possession for Personal Consumption.
ARDA has been calling for a debate in Argentina for a long time on the social and subjective costs of prohibition and the problem of the persecution of drugs; on the dangers of drug use, the myths associated with drugs it and the risks and damage of their prohibition. These risks come from drugs' alteration, the lack of information about them, and the risks and harm associated with the conditions in which they are consumed. ARDA insists that prosecuting drug possession puts the consumer in a situation of illegality and criminalization, which distances him from the health system. In Argentina we must have a difficult but necessary debate about drugs and the failure of prohibition.
Deputy Eduardo García made an appearance at the Festival and in a short speech said, "today's goal is for all of us demonstrate for this right that is being violated by the current Narcotics Law, which in fifteen years has arrested, tried, and punished 283,000 people in our country. This law has punished young people, the majority of who had never entered a police station and had no criminal record. This law has imprisoned and punished people who had less than five grams in their possession. While all this was happening in our country, the drug business grew." He expressed clearly that decriminalization in Argentina is necessary not to say that "drugs are good, but rather so that we can take on a serious debate on the drug problem."
From 4 p.m. until nightfall, people enjoyed a great event, which beyond being a rock show, let the most conservative sectors in Argentina know that there is now a favorable movement within society towards debating drug policy from a perspective that respects people's differences.
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