Hot Box the Ballot!
When doctors prescribe antibiotics, they always remind patients that the full course of pills must be taken for the treatment to work. Even if you start to feel better after a few days, they warn, it’s imperative to keep going to ensure the bacteria is fully eradicated. At present, the regulated cannabis landscape curiously finds itself in a similar situation. In many states, there’s a public perception that cannabis reform has largely been achieved, which is understandable to some extent. Citizens in states with legalized recreational use now see billboards for pot, walk past dispensaries in familiar neighborhoods and may plausibly feel that the stigmas associated with cannabis are dissipating before their eyes. Unfortunately, such perceptions pose a great risk to the movement at a moment when outcry and volume are most needed, both to pass federal cannabis reform and improve some state laws. That’s where the Cannabis Voter Project (CVP) comes in. Established in 2018 as an initiative from HeadCount.org, CVP is focused on educating, registering and turning out voters with an interest in cannabis policy. (Founding Grateful Dead member Bob Weir.) Built on a foundation of non-partisanship, CVP has positioned itself as a neutral information repository for voters to learn about…
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