Doctors should have the freedom to recommend the treatment they deem appropriate for their patients - including medical marijuana. Marijuana - legal as medicine under state law in 22 states and the District of Columbia - has been shown to be an effective treatment for the symptoms and side effects associated with HIV/AIDS, Cancer, Hepatitis C, PTSD, MS and other neuromuscular disorders, Glaucoma, dystonia, and chronic pain. The American College of Physicians, American Public Health Association, American Nurses Association, and many other associations and organizations support the availability of medicinal marijuana.
Join us for a rally to show your support for Amendment 2! United for Care campaign manager Ben Pollara will be discussing the merits of Amendment 2 with Sheriff Grady Judd and we don't want to miss this opportunity to show our opposition we are not backing down! Please wear your UFC shirt and bring signs if you have them. We will provide materials to those without. Be sure to RSVP if you plan to attend so we know how many to expect.
Bring your chairs, bring your blankets and of course bring your appetite to the Food Trucks at ArtsPark. Open every Monday evening from 5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m
Join United For Care as we gather voter pledges and disseminate information on Amendment 2!
Don't Enjoy doing events?
No problem come out and phone bank with United For Care Tuesday September 16th 2014.
Michael Minardi has graciously lent us his law office for phone banking and the time has come to really get the word out on Amendment 2!.
Join United for Care in downtown Orlando on Tuesday for Tacos and tunes!
Meet in front of Morgan & Morgan 20 N Orange Ave Orlando FL 32805 at 7:30pm and canvass downtown while you enjoy Taco Tuesday and Dada Life at The Beachum at 10pm.
Join United for Care as we rally before a MMJ debate between our Campaign Manager Ben Pollara and No on 2's own Jessica Spencer.
Come out and support Amendment 2. We need to get the patients the medication they deserve with out the interference of politicians.
The Debate will take place at HT103 so we will be right outside showing our support.
If you have any questions please call Mike Howson: 954 667 8215
Join United for Care at The Great Medical Mairjuana Debate. It is the first Medical Marijuana Debate to happen in Miami-Dade County and it will provide you with the facts necessary to make an educated decision this November.
Come out early and rally with us because at the end of the day we are all United For Care.
We will be meeting in front of Town Kitchen and Bar at 6:00 pm Wednesday, September 17th 2014 to show our support for the Medicine that our Patients deserve.
Hosted by the ACLU, this discussion, which also serves as the Northeast Chapter’s annual meeting, will feature special guest speaker John Morgan. An attorney at the law firm of Morgan & Morgan, John Morgan has been a leader in the statewide campaign to pass Amendment 2, the proposal to allow Floridians living with diseases to access marijuana for medical purposes.
Morgan and leaders from the Northeast Chapter will discuss what Amendment 2 means for patients, for Florida’s existing drug laws, and for civil libertarians concerned about the excesses of the War on Drugs.
The meeting is free and open to the public.
Come help our campaign to ensure safe, legal access to medical marijuana here in FL! We'll have a phone bank and conduct data entry from 6:30pm - 8:30pm and will have a short meeting afterwards.
Phone banking is the easiest way to contribute to the campaign. With just two hours of your time you can help the campaign easily hit necessary outreach goals everyday. You can do it from home or join your local neighborhood team, just text YES2CALL to 7547012183 now.