The very much supported fight against Florida’s medicinal cannabis poll Initiative released a new video ad calling the proposition a “scam to legalize pot.” Vote No on 2, the group who release the video, effectively vanquished a comparable recreational cannabis measure two years ago. This year, they want to raise a large $10 million—$2 million more than the sum that helped them barely get rid of medicinal marijuana two years back. Their 2014 resistance battle was the best subsidized cannabis sanctioning effort yet, and the current year is ready to be much greater.
Heading the opposition are the famous prohibition profiteers Mel and Betty Sembler, the couple behind Drug-Free America Program that has gotten the money for worker drug-testing projects and treatment focuses defaced by sexual, physical, and mental misuse. Furthermore, they’re going hard against the activity, which needs great cash and the right talk to win in the possible diversion.
Characteristic of the naysayers account, the advertisement revealed Monday utilizes Google search items and dispensary surveys in California to state that Amendment 2 has nothing to do with helping patients, however, will rather surge the state with ridiculously named pot shops and hippies from Venice Beach.
“Kush Mart? These guys aren’t even trying,” says the video. “Oh, sure. Looks like just a reputable doctor’s office.
“The average medical marijuana card holder in California is 32-year-old white male with a history of alcohol and marijuana use,” the video adds, trying to say that there are no medical benefits to using marijuana.
It is surely known in the supporting group that recreational marijuana is a venturing stone to full legalization, but activists that want to legalize the offer of cannabis for medical purposes still indicate the drug’s medical benefits. The simplicity of acquiring a medicinal marijuana card in California does not nullify the advantages of therapeutic cannabis for individuals with ailments like Multiple Sclerosis or Dravet disorder, which causes life-debilitating seizures in kids.
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