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Right Wing Republicans New Ally Street Drug Peddlers

In an underground survey done on the streets of an unspecified area, it was found that about 80% of the marijuana street peddlers are against the legalization of medical marijuana in the state of Florida. Many of them believe that Governor Rick Scott will never betray them and allow such a thing to happen in Florida. Many drug dealers who actually sell marijuana to support their own habits are against the legalization of marijuana, because it could put them out of business or make it harder on them. It could even mean they might just have to find a job somewhere.

The push to legalize medical marijuana does have some consequences on the streets, but it is not that drastic. Sure it would create more competition, but illegal marijuana would still have a market, to those without a license to use it medically. And for those with a license they would just have a safer alternative for their supplies. They would be able to get their medicine legally.

However, the legislation being proposed in Florida would allow for a caregiver to have as many as 5 patients. This is not a way to become a millionaire, but one could supplement their incomes by being a legal caregiver to people who use medical marijuana. But medical marijuana shouldn’t be about getting rich, but about compassion and empathy for the sick in need of a medicine that will offer some people a better quality of life, but as we know the illegal marijuana trade is lucrative for a lot of people.

Untied for Care has over 10% of the signatures needed for the petition to legalize medical marijuana in the State of Florida already, but still needs over 600,000 signatures, with only about 5 months to go.

Frank Paul Jones
President and Chairman of the NCNCHINC

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Highlands County Legal System Conspiracy

Highlands County is located on prime real estate. It is in South Central Florida about 162 miles north/west from Miami, 92 miles south/east from Saint Petersburg and 72 miles south/east from Orlando. The circumference of the area is about 151 miles with about 15 major lakes. A hurricane in Miami often results in simply strong winds in Highlands county, which sits about 11 feet above sea level. Like I said it is prime real estate.

However, the school systems deprives the children of a good education. For example Avon Park High School, located in Highlands County, is one of the country’s worst performing high schools. The High School has a D rating, with only a 61.1 percent graduation rate. The school is full of violence and drug use. You would think that with these statistics law enforcement would target teens to curb this misbehavior, but it doesn’t, it targets the so-called smart negro.

The city ordinances are suppressive and it halts business growth. For example, in Avon Park, you have a business district called the Southside Redevelopment Area and within it you have the Delaney Avenue Strip, which is the center of the black community, where businesses have gone out of business and find it difficult to revive themselves because of repressive laws that prevents new investments. On Delaney Avenue, which is commercial real estate, by law if a building was condemned you cannot rebuild on it. Now what sense does that make? You can renovate on old raggedy properties to create a substandard business, but you cannot rebuild on them. This puts Delaney Avenue at a strong disadvantage for new businesses to strive and prosper and business loans. This is an example of what is going on in Highlands County, Florida.

The school system is corrupt, City Hall is corrupt and the court system is even worst. The cities in Highlands County is considered rural areas and there is money set aside to build up these areas, but the rule of law, is designed to halt any growth within by the community residents. We are being sold out by organizations like the NAACP, who are nothing but house negro sellouts and corrupt politicians. And the people have been down for so long that they think in their mindsets that this is how it is supposed to be. If anyone speaks out against the status quo that are destroyed by law enforcement and the courts, because there is a conspiracy here in Highlands County to keep black folks down. A successful black in Highlands County is a corrupt politician or dime dope dealer, because they sleep together, they are in the same bed.

But there is a method for the madness. It is the location of Highlands County, which is prime real estate. But meanwhile the real estate prices are dirt cheep, because the agricultural farmers who owned large chunks of Highlands County real estate, has gone out of their way to maintain oppression in the black communities to guarantee cheep labor. See in Highlands County, it is about maintaining a cheep labor source. Highlands County is a third world labor force of uneducated consumers within a world power America. What is going on in Highlands County is un-American for sure.

The reason they have been able to get away with these crimes against humanity for so long, is because in Highlands County there is no federal oversight. There is no FBI, no DEA, no OSHA, so they can do as they please and they have been ruling these areas secretly since 1886. Highlands County is a government within its own that is solidified by a racist state called Florida, who is run by a racist governor named Rick Scott. So a place like Avon Park is a city without a voice. And the people have been silenced for so long, they find it useless to speak up.

The mission of the corrupted interest groups here in Highlands County is to buy properties at dirt cheep prices, to sell at higher prices in the near future. We live in a small world and real estate and assets are in short supply. People are looking for new settlements and Highlands County, being prime real estate is going on the selling block to the highest bidders. But first the long term settlers in the black communities are in the process of being removed. The black business is being run off and ran out of town, because the system prevents growth in the black communities and their evil weapon is illiteracy. They are keeping black folks dumb, with failing schools and drugs on the streets. They are keeping businesses down by red lining districts, like the Southside Redevelopment Area. And it is a conspiracy which is all about stealing from those who are kept ignorant. And without Federal oversight, they will succeed. Because this is RICO!  And it is going on now on the President Obama watch!

The Apostle Paul Castellano

 

Marijuana Prohibition Will End in USA

 


Paul U Betta Watch Out

Colorado Amendment 64 passes, legalizing marijuana for recreational use for adults.  Colorado is the first state in the United States to end prohibition on marijuana. However, the United Justice Department is examining the initiative, as the state and federal government knocks heads.

 

Similar to this situation is same sex marriages, whereby it is not federal law but it is a state law recognized by the state government.  Understanding that the United States is broken down into many governments, being a state is a government, often states have rights when they do not conflict with Federal Law.

 

Another scenario to consider is how each state has the right to create laws, however, something illegal that is not directly a criminal offense such as discrimination against a group of people can not be made legal by a state, because in this example the Justice Department will continue to enforce federal law in that state.

 

The dilemma here is how does the federal government make money, control crime and protect the American people.  This decision was already made by Colorado, which is to end prohibition.  

 

This brings up a tax issue.  If the federal government allows marijuana to be legal in Colorado, a state that President Obama did well in, the federal government would have to either be a fool, during the worst recession since the great depression and not accept its tax revenue or would have to set a tax rate.

 

Now if this happens, would this actually end prohibition  in the USA altogether?  How can I be prosecuted a person for purchasing a product they paid their federal taxes on, regardless of what state it came from?  This transcends to interstate commerce, because it is not being enforced by the feds.  HR 2306 may be triggered into effect by default.  This may go as far as the Supreme Court.

 

A good article to read to check out to gain an understanding concerning why marijuana must be legalized.  Open Letter to Governor Rick Scott

To: The United States Congress and Governor Rick Scott of Florida

From: Rev. Frank Paul Jones

 

RE: Open Letter of Federal Marijuana Bill {HR 2306} – Updated Repost:

 

Date: 31 July 2011

 

Update: 18 October 2011

 

The Marijuana Report on Federal Bill – HR 2306 & a Florida Redevelopment Act

 

The Federal Marijuana Bill HR- 2306 aka The Frank Paul Bill

 

By: Rev. Frank Paul Jones – President of the NCNCHINC

 

HR-2306: To limit the application of Federal Laws to the distribution and consumption of Marijuana, and for other purposes.

 

White House Petition to Legalize Marijuana signed by almost 60,000 people:

 

The bill has been referred to the following committees:

House Energy and Commerce

House Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Health

House Judiciary

House Judiciary, Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security

.

On 23 June 2011; Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex) and Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass), introduced a bill sponsored by Rep. Barney Frank, that would end the prohibition of marijuana by the Federal Government of the United States of America.  It would remove marijuana as a controlled substance and limit the Federal Governments role to interstate transport, leaving the states with the rights to legalize the drug.

 

According to the Associated Press, the bill is dead on arrival as it meets opposition by Chairman of the Board of the House Judiciary Committee Lamar Smith said it would not even be considered.

 

“Decriminalizing marijuana will only lead to millions more Americans becoming addicted to drugs and greater profits for drug cartels who fund violence along the U.S.-Mexico border. Allowing states to determine their own marijuana policy flies in the face of Supreme Court precedent,” Smith said.

However, the reality is that the movement to legalize marijuana has reached the U.S. Congress and it is a real issue that has to be addressed as we must reduce spending.  As 1.1 million people or 1 out of 6 in federal prison are in for marijuana related crimes.

 

Nobody knows how much is being spend to retain the prohibition of marijuana.  Here are things to consider:

 

Cost of keeping marijuana illegal:

  • cost of active law enforcement +
  • cost of prosecution (and defense!) of accused offenders +
  • cost of incarceration of convicted offenders +
  • billions of dollars in tax revenue that would be generated if drugs were legal and taxed +
  • cost of foster care and social services for children of incarcerated offenders.

It was estimated by the top economists that at a minimum the end of prohibition would save us $10B to $14B annually instantly and our marijuana crop is now worth about $34B and if taxed could bring in at least $7B annual tax revenue.

I think the prohibition of marijuana is bad policy, because it is destroying too many lives and is disenfranchising to many young Americans.  We have the soil to grow it and should take the leadership position on this one.  However, I think we can increase our production 10 fold and tax this drug at federal, state of production and state of retail and city. It would still be cheaper than it is now on the streets and the government could pull in huge revenues and the growers would make huge profits world wide as other nations will follow our lead.

Fact: 100 seeds can produce as much as 5,000 Grams = 11 Pounds in 6 to 9 months.

Here in the Heartland of Florida, we have the fertile soil, sunlight and plenty water. This law could save tour economy, therefore it has to be at least debated.

If HR: 2306 is passed by the 112th Congress, what will it mean to the, the Nation, the state of Florida and the East Coast?  What the FEDS put on the table is a budget cutting action.  The Federal Government is about to get smaller and the decision to downsize will be written in stone once the Debt Ceiling is raised.  Many services must be reduced as well as law enforcement groups.

 

It is my position that for there to be relevant changes in how we accomplish the economic recovery and maintain smaller government, there has to be legislative changes all the way down to the ordinances in our Cities throughout the nation and HR 2306 is an example of how to create more revenue and both execute smaller government thru legislative change.

 

It is my hope that not only does this bill be passed but also be modified because it does not address an important issue if marijuana is ultimately legalized by the State of Florida and other states on the East Coast and for that matter other nations in the world.

 

The issue is commerce:  Florida and California are the main potential production states of  marijuana in our Nation.  These two states depend on agriculture and both got hit hard by mortgage foreclosures.  Both states need money bad and the marijuana crop is the U.S. most valued crop and could be a turning point for both economies.    As California is well on their way Florida is a backwards state with a lot of oppressive ordinances, laws and rules and we need legislative changes ASAP.

 

The problem with HR 2306 as it is written is that it does not allow interstate commerce of marijuana which hurts large scale production states that could immensely profit from its exportation.

 

As the law stands this could create a pipeline for the underworld and the government will lose a lot of money as a result of illegal transport across state lines.  Interstate commerce has to be addressed in this bill.

 

Here in Highlands County and the Heartland of Florida, we have a lot of unsheltered territory.  We have a agriculture market that is weakening as fruit prices are going up due to labor shortages, farmers are having a difficult time clearing their trees as less workers are laboring the fields.  Why?  Because the pay is too low for the work and we depend on foreign labor?  These are the type of issues that must be addressed.

 

A HR: 2306 addendum should be added to allow interstate transport from one state to another by air or ground or sea to any state or country that allows legal marijuana sales.

 

The state of Florida and the state of California are our main agriculture states.  The Florida Department of Agriculture has to be subsidized by marijuana growers in the state of Florida.  Understand marijuana is a weed and it will grow plentiful in the Heartland of Florida.  Here we have plenty open space to produce the crop, sunlight and water, but we cannot simply replace agriculture farmers with marijuana farmers we must protect our food industry in America.  So farmers has to have an incentive to grow food to the bank.

 

Marijuana Farming should have legislative intent  that goes beyond the obvious which is smaller government and new tax revenues from a new source.  And it should address many other issues contingent to the legalization of marijuana in Florida.

 

Things on the fly that should be address:

 

#1: Marijuana Agriculture subsidy Act of Florida:

 

When you have two crops that come from the same place and one cost $1,500 per pound and another $.99 per pound.  They have to balance out at the department labor and the supermarket.  By keeping marijuana at high prices we can lower the prices of fruits and vegetables and increase the wages of the agricultural labor force.

 

#2: Marijuana Fair Licensing Act: 

 

Let us face it, most of the farmers already control the land to produce the crops here in the Heartland.  Most of the contracts will naturally go to the agriculture farmers to grow the marijuana crop, but not all the fields, as a marijuana plant the size of a football field could produce a million dollars in crops annually easily.

 

A) Only citizens of the United States of America and Florida can commercially farm marijuana in the State Florida.

 

B) Minorities have to be guaranteed a percentage of the cultivation licenses and worldwide distribution and like I said part “and a mean a nice slice of the state taxes” must go to subsidize the fruit and vegetable industry here in the State of Florida and the Heartland.  This has to be fair and reasonable for both sides.

 

C) Permanent residents of the state should have a priority for the employment on marijuana plants on location in Florida and the Heartland, to include positions such as security of these valued crops and the harvesting of them as well as packaging.

 

D) Military Veterans should have a priority as venders/distributors of Marijuana.  Venders must be Florida citizens without a felony conviction or with pardon/clemency from the Federal government or state from which he/she distributes out of.

 

3) The Florida Infrastructure Development Act: 

 

After we subsidize agriculture of off the top, to secure our labor forces and bring down the price of fruits and vegetables.  Insure that this market is a living wages industry and protect our local labor force, we have to set an agenda to help our overall economy.  Here the governor has to set his own initiative.  We need public transportation here in Highlands County and the Heartland in the form of buses and connecting trains and buses to the high speed rail going into production as a nationwide transport network and hub.

Suggestion: 

Find the right candidates thru the VA Health System and do a Federally Funded Clinical Test on Marijuana using Volunteers from the VA, before you toss the bill test it a year or so.

 

Request:

 

Put me on the top of the list:

 

Medical Use of Marijuana Should Be Researched by the FEDS:

The medical use of marijuana has been known since ancient times.
Here’s a list of the most popular medical conditions marijuana is famous for alleviating:

Asthma: over 15,000,000 Americas are affected with asthma. Marijuana would be beneficial for 80% of them if it were available. The treatment of marijuana and asthma has been used for thousands of years – it is a proven medical treatment.

Glaucoma: causes 14% of all blindness in America. Marijuana smoking would help thousands that suffer from it.

Tumors: both benign and malignant (cancerous) tumors have reacted promisingly to the medical use of marijuana. Marijuana was given a bad name through yellow journalism. It was said to cause health problems – when instead it has been successfully used in tumor research – millions of individuals have used it for treating themselves after the bad effects of conventional medicine.

Cancer: marijuana and cancer, nausea relief (Aids, cancer therapy, sea sickness) are all treated successfully with marijuana.

Chemotherapy treatment has some nasty side effects that include nausea. When the patient is already in such bad condition, not being able to eat is just too much – marijuana treatment is the best known way for these people to combat the nausea caused by chemotherapy.

Epilepsy: 60% of epilepsy patients would benefit by marijuana smoking. Smoking marijuana is also a major source of relief for Multiple Sclerosis and other nervous systems and muscular weaknesses. Tremors and Back Pain are among this group of ailments that respond favorably to smoking marijuana.

Antibiotic CBD disinfectants: medical use of marijuana has been proven as an antibiotic. There are many uses for a cannabinoid, including treatments for gonorrhea and herpes. If research were allowed, CBD antibiotics would, without a doubt, be used in every hospital.

Arthritis: and other ailments like Cystic fibrosis and Rheumatism benefited from the marijuana topical analgesic until 1937. Marijuana was in nearly all conventional medicine before it was outlawed – without any proof or reason what-so-ever. Smoking marijuana is good for some ailments, but for others the topical treatment really gets to the problem.

Lung Cleaner: smoking marijuana is the best way to clean the lungs of smog, dust, and phlegm associated with tobacco. People that have become addicted to tobacco have switched to marijuana smoking and find it is far better for their lungs and health in general. Marijuana is not addictive in the same way tobacco is – it can be done, without withdrawals.

Sleeping and relaxation: marijuana lowers blood pressure and dilates the arteries – relieves stress – creates a feeling of happiness and contentment. Most all conventional sleep and relaxants have bad long range effects, and many people complain about short range bad effects. Marijuana has no short or long range side effects.

Heart Disease and Marijuana

Uses of Medical Marijuana

Marijuana and Medical Use

How to Use Medical Marijuana

Marijuana Medical Use

Marijuana depression click on the chart image below to see the full spectrum of marijuana’s therapeutic use.

Medical use of marijuana is so broad it is hard to imagine how or why the whole world of people would do without this most needed medicine.

If conventional medicine had a track record like medical marijuana, we would only need a few doctors because everybody would be healthy and laughing most all the time like they do when they are able to enjoy their marijuana. Happiness is getting the use of marijuana full time for everyone in the world.

Marijuana brain-marijuana and emphysema – marijuana and migraines – marijuana and appetite -marijuana Alzheimer’s- and many other ailments are treated today with the illegal medicine with good results and NO SIDE EFFECTS.

Conventional medicine, can’t make any claim their drugs won’t cause more medical problems than they cure. The side effects are so outrageous it is a wonder so many educated people are so passive as to accept such risky stuff they call medicine. The medical use of marijuana is getting more important to sick people all the time.

Medical marijuana research ,Marijuana is the most important medicine on the face of the earth – none other has ever come close! Medical Marijuana Uses are beneficial for any human immune system. Real medicine, for healing the ailments other kinds of medicine won’t begin to deal with.

 

 

Below is a reservoir of info.  HR: 2306 & Hyperlinks:

 

Hyperlinks:

 

New Federal Bill put before the Congress to Repeal Marijuana Prohibition HR 2306:

 

Federal Marijuana Law:

 

Florida Marijuana Law:

 

Nationwide state by state – Marijuana Laws:

 

The Price to Keep Marijuana Illegal:

 

Medical Marijuana Directory:

 

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 

Rev. Frank Paul Jones

 

 

 

 

 

 

To: The United States Congress and Governor Rick Scott
of Florida

From: Rev. Frank Paul Jones

 

RE: Open Letter of Federal Marijuana Bill {HR 2306}

 

Date: 31 July 2011

 

The Marijuana Report on Federal Bill -
HR 2306 & a Florida
Redevelopment Act

 

The Federal Marijuana Bill HR- 2306 aka
The Frank Paul Bill

 

By: Rev. Frank Paul Jones – President of the NCNCHINC

 

HR-2306: To limit the
application of Federal Laws to the distribution and consumption of Marijuana,
and for other purposes.

.

On 23 June 2011; Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex) and Rep. Barney
Frank (D-Mass), introduced a bill sponsored by Rep. Barney Frank, that would
end the prohibition of marijuana by the Federal Government of the United States of America.  It would remove marijuana as a controlled
substance and limit the Federal Governments role to interstate transport,
leaving the states with the rights to legalize the drug.

 

According to the Associated Press, the bill is dead on
arrival as it meets opposition by Chairman of the Board of the House Judiciary
Committee Lamar Smith said it would not even be considered.

 

“Decriminalizing
marijuana will only lead to millions more Americans becoming addicted to drugs
and greater profits for drug cartels who fund violence along the U.S.-Mexico
border. Allowing states to determine their own marijuana policy flies in the
face of Supreme Court precedent,” Smith said.

However, the reality is that the movement to legalize
marijuana has reached the U.S.
Congress and it is a real issue that has to be addressed as we must reduce
spending.  As 1.1 million people or 1 out
of 6 in federal prison are in for marijuana related crimes.

 

Nobody knows how much is being spend to retain the
prohibition of marijuana.  Here are
things to consider:

 

Cost of keeping marijuana illegal:

  • cost of active law enforcement +
  • cost of prosecution (and defense!)
    of accused offenders +
  • cost of incarceration of convicted
    offenders +
  • billions of dollars in tax revenue
    that would be generated if drugs were legal and taxed +
  • cost of foster care and social
    services for children of incarcerated offenders.

It
was estimated by the top economists that at a minimum the end of prohibition
would save us $10B to $14B annually instantly and our marijuana crop is now
worth about $34B and if taxed could bring in at least $7B annual tax revenue.

I
think the prohibition of marijuana is bad policy, because it is destroying too
many lives and is disenfranchising to many young Americans.  We have the soil to grow it and should take
the leadership position on this one.
However, I think we can increase our production 10 fold and tax this
drug at federal, state of production and state of retail and city. It would
still be cheaper than it is now on the streets and the government could pull in
huge revenues and the growers would make huge profits world wide as other
nations will follow our lead.

Fact:
100 seeds
can produce as much as 5,000
Grams = 11 Pounds in 6 to 9 months.

Here in the
Heartland of Florida,
we have the fertile soil, sunlight and plenty water. This law could save tour
economy, therefore it has to be at least debated.

If HR: 2306 is passed by the 112th Congress, what will
it mean to the, the Nation, the state of Florida
and the East Coast?  What the FEDS put on
the table is a budget cutting action.
The Federal Government is about to get smaller and the decision to
downsize will be written in stone once the Debt Ceiling is raised.  Many services must be reduced as well as law
enforcement groups.

 

It is my position that for there to be relevant changes
in how we accomplish the economic recovery and maintain smaller government,
there has to be legislative changes all the way down to the ordinances in our
Cities throughout the nation and HR 2306 is an example of how to create more
revenue and both execute smaller government thru legislative change.

 

It is my hope that not only does this bill be passed
but also be modified because it does not address an important issue if
marijuana is ultimately legalized by the State of Florida and other states on
the East Coast and for that matter other nations in the world.

 

The issue is commerce:  Florida and California are the main
potential production states of  marijuana
in our Nation.  These two states depend
on agriculture and both got hit hard by mortgage foreclosures.  Both states need money bad and the marijuana
crop is the U.S.
most valued crop and could be a turning point for both economies.    As California is well on their way Florida is a backwards state with a lot of
oppressive ordinances, laws and rules and we need legislative changes ASAP.

 

The problem with HR 2306 as it is written is that it
does not allow interstate commerce of marijuana which hurts large scale
production states that could immensely profit from its exportation.

 

As the law stands this could create a pipeline for the
underworld and the government will lose a lot of money as a result of illegal
transport across state lines.  Interstate
commerce has to be addressed in this bill.

 

Here in Highlands
County and the Heartland of Florida, we have a lot
of unsheltered territory.  We have a
agriculture market that is weakening as fruit prices are going up due to labor
shortages, farmers are having a difficult time clearing their trees as less
workers are laboring the fields.  Why?  Because the pay is too low for the work and
we depend on foreign labor?  These are
the type of issues that must be addressed.

 

A HR: 2306 addendum should be added to allow
interstate transport from one state to another by air or ground or sea to any
state or country that allows legal marijuana sales.

 

The state of Florida
and the state of California
are our main agriculture states.  The
Florida Department of Agriculture has to be subsidized by marijuana growers in the
state of Florida.  Understand marijuana is a weed and it will
grow plentiful in the Heartland of Florida.  Here we have plenty open space to produce the
crop, sunlight and water, but we cannot simply replace agriculture farmers with
marijuana farmers we must protect our food industry in America.  So farmers has to have an incentive to grow
food to the bank.

 

Marijuana Farming should have legislative intent  that goes beyond the obvious which is smaller
government and new tax revenues from a new source.  And it should address many other issues
contingent to the legalization of marijuana in Florida.

 

Things on the fly that should be address:

 

#1: Marijuana Agriculture subsidy Act of Florida:

 

When you have two crops that come from the same place
and one cost $1,500 per pound and another $.99 per pound.  They have to balance out at the department
labor and the supermarket.  By keeping
marijuana at high prices we can lower the prices of fruits and vegetables and
increase the wages of the agricultural labor force.

 

#2: Marijuana Fair Licensing Act: 

 

Let us face it, most of the farmers already control
the land to produce the crops here in the Heartland.  Most of the contracts will naturally go to
the agriculture farmers to grow the marijuana crop, but not all the fields, as
a marijuana plant the size of a football field could produce a million dollars
in crops annually easily.

 

A) Only citizens of the United
States of America and Florida
can commercially farm marijuana in the State Florida.

 

B) Minorities have to be guaranteed a percentage of
the cultivation licenses and worldwide distribution and like I said part “and
a mean a nice slice of the state taxes” must go to subsidize the fruit and
vegetable industry here in the State of Florida
and the Heartland.  This has to be fair
and reasonable for both sides.

 

C) Permanent residents of the state should have a
priority for the employment on marijuana plants on location in Florida and the
Heartland, to include positions such as security of these valued crops and the
harvesting of them as well as packaging.

 

D) Military Veterans should have a priority as venders/distributors
of Marijuana.  Venders must be Florida citizens without
a felony conviction or with pardon/clemency from the Federal government or
state from which he/she distributes out of.

 

3) The Florida
Infrastructure Development Act:
 

 

After we subsidize agriculture of off the top, to
secure our labor forces and bring down the price of fruits and vegetables.  Insure that this market is a living wages industry
and protect our local labor force, we have to set an agenda to help our overall
economy.  Here the governor has to set
his own initiative.  We need public
transportation here in Highlands County and the Heartland in the form of buses
and connecting trains and buses to the high speed rail going into production as
a nationwide transport network and hub.

 

My Personal Story about Marijuana

 

I must first mention a person close to me, he is
mentally ill and suffers from Bipolar Disorder.
As a result of long term use of psychotropic (20 years), he become
diabetic and also has high cholesterol and high blood pressure, all treatable
with medications.  

 

It does not stop there, as a result of these illnesses
he has a further complication, he is only 52 years old and suffers from
Erectile Dysfunction.

 

It does not stop there, as a result of work he done
for the DOD that required him to put a lot of pressure on the optic nerves in
his eyes, his optic nerves are enlarged and he is a candidate for
glaucoma.  Other than that he is a
healthy middle age man.

 

As a result of his Bipolar, he once stayed awake for
about 3 months as a result from insomnia.
So the VA also gives him sleeping medications.  This is all documented facts in his medical
records at the VA and not hearsay.

 

Then he discovered marijuana: 

 

It helps him sleep, relaxes him as needed, helps him
eat and has no known serious side effects. The problem is however that the
government spends thousands of dollars on medications that are killing him
slowly.  Whereby he requires about 1 to 2
ounces per month of marijuana that he cannot afford it.  Therefore he may have consider illegal
activities to support his medical uses of this drug.  Because the medications he is receiving at
the VA causes too many side effects.

 

He has to smoke Marijuana to be able to enjoy healthy
sexual activity and both sleep as the sleeping meds counteract the ED
pills.  His sleeping and relaxation meds
does not allow healthy erection, I could go on, but I will admit the person
is me
.  And sometimes I just want to
sleep after sexual activity.

 

I am at the point where smoking marijuana is a life
saving activity.  The medications I am
taking is going to kill me by unrelated physical illnesses induced by the
psychotropic meds.

 

Now must I have to live like a criminal, I cannot get
a good part time job due to hot urine, so must I resort to crime eventually as
disability is not enough to support this need for medications not prescribed
and cannot be prescribe to me. 

 

Suggestion:

 

Find the right candidates thru the VA Health System
and do a Federally Funded Clinical Test on Marijuana using Volunteers from the
VA, before you toss the bill test it a year or so.

 

Request:

 

Put me on the top of the list:

 

Medical Use of Marijuana Should Be Researched by the FEDS:

The medical use of marijuana has been
known since ancient times.

Here’s a list of the most popular medical conditions marijuana is famous for
alleviating:

Asthma: over 15,000,000 Americas are
affected with asthma. Marijuana would be beneficial for 80% of them if it were
available. The treatment of marijuana
and asthma
has been used for thousands of years – it is a proven medical
treatment.

Glaucoma: causes 14% of all
blindness in America.
Marijuana smoking would help thousands that suffer from it.

Tumors: both benign and
malignant (cancerous) tumors have reacted promisingly to the medical use of
marijuana. Marijuana was given a bad name through yellow journalism. It was
said to cause health problems – when instead it has been successfully used in
tumor research – millions of individuals have used it for treating themselves
after the bad effects of conventional medicine.

Cancer:
marijuana
and cancer,
nausea relief (Aids, cancer therapy, sea sickness) are all
treated successfully with marijuana.

Chemotherapy
treatment has some nasty side effects that include nausea. When the patient is
already in such bad condition, not being able to eat is just too much -
marijuana treatment is the best known way for these people to combat the nausea
caused by chemotherapy.

Epilepsy: 60% of epilepsy
patients would benefit by marijuana smoking. Smoking marijuana is also a major
source of relief for Multiple Sclerosis and other nervous systems and muscular
weaknesses. Tremors and Back Pain are among this group of ailments that respond
favorably to smoking marijuana.

Antibiotic
CBD disinfectants:
medical use of marijuana has been proven as an
antibiotic. There are many uses for a cannabinoid, including treatments for
gonorrhea and herpes. If research were allowed, CBD antibiotics would, without
a doubt, be used in every hospital.

Arthritis: and other ailments
like Cystic fibrosis and Rheumatism benefited from the marijuana topical
analgesic until 1937. Marijuana was in nearly all conventional medicine before
it was outlawed – without any proof or reason what-so-ever. Smoking marijuana
is good for some ailments, but for others the topical treatment really gets to
the problem.

Lung
Cleaner:
smoking marijuana is the best way to clean the lungs of smog,
dust, and phlegm associated with tobacco. People that have become addicted to
tobacco have switched to marijuana smoking and find it is far better for their
lungs and health in general. Marijuana is not addictive in the same way tobacco
is – it can be done, without withdrawals.

Sleeping
and relaxation:
marijuana lowers blood pressure and dilates the arteries – relieves
stress – creates a feeling of happiness and contentment. Most all conventional
sleep and relaxants have bad long range effects, and many people complain about
short range bad effects. Marijuana has no short or long range side effects.

Heart
Disease and Marijuana

Uses
of Medical Marijuana

Marijuana
and Medical Use

How
to Use Medical Marijuana

Marijuana
Medical Use

Marijuana
depression
click on the chart image below to see the full spectrum of
marijuana’s therapeutic use.

Medical
use of marijuana is so broad it is hard to imagine how or why the whole world
of people would do without this most needed medicine.

If
conventional medicine had a track record like medical marijuana, we would only
need a few doctors because everybody would be healthy and laughing most all the
time like they do when they are able to enjoy their marijuana. Happiness is
getting the use of marijuana full time for everyone in the world.

Marijuana
brain
-marijuana and emphysema – marijuana and migraines – marijuana and
appetite -marijuana
Alzheimer’s
- and many other ailments are treated today with the illegal
medicine with good results and NO SIDE EFFECTS.

Conventional
medicine, can’t make any claim their drugs won’t cause more medical problems
than they cure. The side effects are so outrageous it is a wonder so many
educated people are so passive as to accept such risky stuff they call
medicine. The medical use of marijuana is getting more important to sick people
all the time.

Medical
marijuana research ,
Marijuana is the most important medicine on the face of
the earth – none other has ever come close! Medical
Marijuana Uses
are beneficial for any human immune system. Real medicine,
for healing the ailments other kinds of medicine won’t begin to deal with.

 

 

Below is a reservoir of info.  HR: 2306 & Hyperlinks:

 

Hyperlinks:

 

New Federal
Bill put before the Congress to Repeal Marijuana Prohibition HR 2306:

 

Federal
Marijuana Law:

 

Florida
Marijuana Law:

 

Nationwide
state by state – Marijuana Laws:

 

The Price
to Keep Marijuana Illegal:

 

Medical
Marijuana Directory:

 

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 

Rev. Frank Paul Jones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To: The United States Congress and Governor Rick Scott
of Florida

From: Rev. Frank Paul Jones

RE: Open Letter of Federal Bill {HR 2306}

Date: 30 July 2011

 

The Marijuana Report on Federal Bill -
HR 2306 & a Florida
Redevelopment Act

 

If HR: 2306 is passed by the 112 Congress, what will
it mean to the state of Florida
and the East Coast?  What the FEDS put on
the table is a budget cutting action.
The Federal Government is about to get smaller and the decision to
downsize will be written in stone once the Debt Ceiling is raised.  Many services must be reduced as well as law
enforcement groups.

 

It is my position that for there to be relevant changes
in how we accomplish the economic recovery and maintain smaller government,
there has to be legislative changes all the way down to the ordinances in our
Cities throughout the nation and HR 2306 is an example of how to create more
revenue and both execute smaller government thru legislative change.

 

It is my hope that not only does this bill be passed
but also be modified because it does not address an important issue if
marijuana is ultimately legalized by the State of Florida and other states on
the East Coast and for that matter other nations in the world.

 

The issue is commerce:  Florida and California are the main
potential production states of  marijuana
in our Nation.  These two states depend
on agriculture and both got hit hard by real estate foreclosures.  Both states need money bad and the marijuana
crop is the U.S.
most valued crop and could be a turning point for both economies.    As California is well on their way ; Florida is a backwards state with a lot of
oppressive ordinances, laws and rules and we need legislative changes ASAP.

 

The problem with HR 2306 as it is written is that it
does not allow interstate commerce of marijuana which hurts large scale
production states that could immensely profit from its exportation.

 

As the law stands it could create a pipeline for the
underworld and the government will lose a lot of money as a result of illegal
transport across state lines.  Interstate
commerce has to be addressed in this bill.

 

Here in Highlands
County and the Heartland of Florida, we have a lot
of unsheltered territory.  We have a
agriculture market that is weakening  as fruit prices are going up due to labor shortages,
farmers are having a difficult time clearing their trees as less workers are
laboring the fields.  Why; because the pay
is too low for the work and we depend on foreign labor?  These are the type of issues that must be
addressed.

 

A HR: 2306 addendum should be added to allow
interstate transport from one state to another by air or ground or sea to any
state or country that allows legal marijuana sales.

 

The state of Florida
and the state of California
are our main agriculture states.  The
Florida Department of Agriculture has to be subsidized by marijuana growers in
the state of Florida.  Understand marijuana is a weed and it will
grow plentiful in the Heartland of Florida.  Here we have plenty open space to produce the
crop, sunlight and water, but we cannot simply replace agriculture farmers with
marijuana farmers we must protect our food industry in America.  So farmers has to have an incentive to grow
food at the wallet.

 

Marijuana Farming should have legislative intent  that goes beyond the obvious which is smaller
government and new tax revenues from a new product.  It should address many other issues
contingent to the legalization of marijuana in Florida.

 

Things on the fly that should be address:

 

#1: Marijuana Agriculture subsidy Act of Florida: When you
have two crops that come from the same place and one cost $1,500 per pound and
another $.99 per pound.  They have to
balance out at the department labor and the supermarket.  By keeping marijuana at a high price we can
lower the prices of fruits and vegetables and increase the wages of the
agricultural labor force.

 

#2: Marijuana Fair Licensing Act:  Let us face it, most of the farmers already
control the land to produce the crops here in the Heartland.  Most of the contracts will naturally go to
the agriculture farmers to grow the crop, but no all; as somewhere the size of a
football field could produce a million dollar crops annually.

 

A) Only citizens of the United
States of America and Florida
can commercially farm marijuana in the state Florida.

 

B) Minorities have to be guaranteed a percentage of
the cultivation licenses and worldwide distribution and like I said part “and
a mean a nice slice of the state taxes” must go to subsidize the fruit and
vegetable industry here in the state of Florida
and the Heartland.  This has to be
reasonable.

 

C) Permanent residents of the state should have a
priority for the employment on marijuana plants on location in Florida and the
Heartland, to include positions such as security of these valued crops and the
harvesting of them as well as packaging.

 

D) Military Veterans should have a priority as venders/distributors
of Marijuana.  Venders must be Florida citizens without
a felony conviction or with clemency from the Federal government or state from
which he/she distributes out of.

 

3) The Florida
Infrastructure Development Act:

After we subsidize agriculture of off the top, to secure our labor
forces and bring down the price of fruits and vegetables.  Insure that this market is a living wages
industry and protect our local labor force, we have to set an agenda to help
our overall economy.  Here the governor
has to set his own initiative.  We need
public transportation here in Highlands County and the Heartland in the form of
buses and connecting trains and buses to the high speed rail going into
production as a nationwide network.

 

Below is a reservoir of info.  HR: 2306 & Hyperlinks:

 

Hyperlinks:

 

New Federal
Bill put before the Congress to Repeal Marijuana Prohibition HR 2306:

 

Federal
Marijuana Law:

 

Florida
Marijuana Law:

 

Nationwide
state by state – Marijuana Laws:

 

The Price
to Keep Marijuana Illegal:

 

Medical
Marijuana Directory:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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