I'm RUNNING for Office + Assembly & Mayor Candidates at MAPP meets

 

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I couldn’t think of a better place to make my formal announcement of my run for public office then in the pages of MAPP’s MarijuanaNews.org newsletter – so here it is.

I am running for a position on the Board of Director’s of the San Gorgonio Memorial Health Care District which oversees the operation of the San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital and associated facilities in Banning, Beaumont, Cabazon, Cherry Valley and Whitewater. I am doing so at the urging of a significant number of local community residents, Pass Democratic Club members and quite a few folks who have been urging me to run for some kind of public office for years. So how does cannabis fit into the picture? CLICK HERE FOR THE ENTIRE LOW DOWN.

aaron-sandusky-bod.jpgAARON SANDUSKY DESERVES A PARDON FROM PRESIDENT TRUMP

In the last newsletter I wrote about Aaron Sandusky, a local IE man serving ten years in federal prison for operating a medical marijuana dispensary in Upland as permitted by state law. If you didn’t read it or want to refresh your memory CLICK HERE.

Working with the CAN-DO Foundation, Aaron is trying to get a pardon from President Trump. At the July MAPP meetings letters were written on his behalf and sent to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.  Letters are still needed so if you could take a couple minutes and write one and send it to our President maybe he will twitter about how he is magnanimously freeing Aaron and other non-violent marijuana prisoners. It would certainly make headlines and with 89% of Americans supporting medical marijuana and 57% supporting outright legalization, it might just add some points to his dismal poll numbers.

The letter doesn’t and shouldn’t be long. Won’t take but a couple minutes to do it. For more information on what to write and where to send it CLICK HERE.

SPEAKER_GIF.gifAssembly and Mayor Candidates to speak at September MAPP meetings

MAPP_Logo.jpg42nd AD Candidate Takes on the Issues at Palm Springs & Joshua Tree MAPP meetings Saturday, September 1

deni_cu.jpg42nd Assembly District Candidate Deni-Antonette Mazingo is the featured speaker at the Marijuana Anti-Prohibition Project meetings Saturday, September 1 at 12 noon at Crystal Fantasy in Palm Springs and at 3 p.m. at the Beatnik Café in Joshua Tree.

In her professional life, Deni is a practicing attorney, but in her community life she is an involved activist on housing, healthcare, equality and education.

She is a commissioner on the Riverside County Commission for Women, an active member of Soroptimist International and in 2016 she was awarded Riverside County Woman of the Year by Sen. Mike Morrell. Endorsed by Gavin Newsom, Deni has made countless contributions to the community with a special focus on improving the lives of seniors, women and girls.

With a progressive and forward looking campaign, Deni will present her views on how the state legislature should deal with the many issues facing California today including the issues of medical and adult-use marijuana and the implementation of Prop. 64.

The Palm Springs and Joshua Tree MAPP meetings are free and open to all members of the public. The Palm Springs MAPP meeting begins at 12 noon on Saturday, September 1 at Crystal Fantasy, 268 N. Palm Canyon, Palm Springs 92262 and the Joshua Tree MAPP meeting begins at 3 p.m. at the legendary Beatnik Café at 61597 Twenty-Nine Palms Hwy., Joshua Tree 92252.

Moreno-Valley-logo.jpgMoreno Valley Mayoral Candidate Discusses City's Marijuana Policies & Local Issues at Moreno Valley MAPP Meeting Wednesday Sept. 5

fleminf.jpgMoreno Valley Mayoral Candidate Dr. Denise Fleming is the featured speaker at the Wednesday, September 5 meeting of the Marijuana Anti-Prohibition Project in Moreno Valley.

On the cusp of allowing marijuana businesses to operate, Moreno Valley will be joining a handful of other cities that are currently regulating, licensing and taxing these businesses in Riverside County. Along with other issues, Dr. Fleming will be presenting her views on how Moreno Valley should address the issues of allowing marijuana businesses to cultivate, manufacture and distribute marijuana to Moreno Valley and area residents.

Dr. Fleming is an educator and business professional currently serving on the Board of the Moreno Valley Unified School District. A veteran of Desert Storm, she has served in the United States Navy Reserves for the last ten years.

She is the Educational Chair for the Director of the African American Coalition in Moreno Valley and was the Regional Director for Region 13 for the African American Caucus. Dr. Fleming is a member of the California Women Caucus, Veteran Caucus, and Disability Caucus and is currently serving on the Riverside County Home Support Services (IHSS) Advisory Board.

She received many awards and certificates for her dedication and service to the community including “Women of Distinction Award from the California State Assembly” Woman of the Year, County of Riverside, Fifth District 2017, and “Girls Rock” for her dedication to assisting our communities.

The Wednesday, September 5 meeting of MAPP begins at 7:30 p.m. and takes place at Greenview Medical, 22275 Alessandro Blvd, Moreno Valley, CA 92553.

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