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.
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.
The Ledger presents: Medical Marijuana Forum No. vs. Yes
Where: Harrison School for the Performing Arts
750 Hollingsworth Rd.
Lakeland, FL 33801
When: August 28, 2014 5:30 PM
Who: John Morgan & Irv Rosenfeld vs. Sheriff Grady Judd & Jessica Spencer
Doors open at 430, forum begins at 6p and will go until 8p the forum will consist of: Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd; John Morgan, chairman of the United for Care Campaign; Jessica Spencer, statewide coalition director of Vote No on 2; Irvin Rosenfeld, a South Florida stockbroker who receives marijuana to alleviate bone disorder symptoms through a U.S. government program; Dr. Sergio Seoane, a trustee with the Polk County Medical Association; and Jeffrey Reddout, a Winter Haven psychologist.
United for Care will be at the 4th and final Miami Dolphins pre-season home game on the 28th of August.
Come out and help us at 5:30 pm as we will be disseminating information on Amendment 2 and gathering voters pledges.
Join us as we canvass the crowd at the Buc's game this Thursday, August 28th. We'll meet at Al Lopez Park at 5:30 and make our way to the stadium. Be sure to RSVP if you plan to attend.
Join United For Care at the Monthly Critical Mass in ft lauderdale. The Ride takes off from the War Memorial Auditorium and begins at 7:15 Pm
United for Care will be there promptly at 6:00 pm to gather voters pledges and disseminate information on Amendment 2!
Please call Elias, Mike or Nick if you have any questions
Mike: 954 667 8215
Elias : 305 749 9859
Nick: 305 978 0101
Join United for Care at the monthly Miami Critical Mass
we will be there at 6pm the ride begins at 7:15 and we will be collecting voter pledges and disseminating information on Amendment 2
Haitian born but Brooklyn-bred, this amazing guitarist has covered the gambit of musical styles through the waves of his guitar. He is a great musician, a talented artist and a refined professional. He represents the best of modern music and classical jazz.
Please join United for Care in our efforts to reach the voters by educating them about Amendment 2 and the benefits of Medical Marijuana.
We will be there from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM and always appreciate your help.
Come out and phonebank for our #YesOn2 initiative for medical marijuana. Please bring cell phone, laptop, tablet, and appropriate chargers. Opportunity to learn how to phonebank efficiently with iELect.
Come Join United for Care at the first home game tailgate of the FIU Panthers Football team.
We will be there at 4pm to gather voter pledges and educate attendees on Amendment 2
Please join us on the 30th of August in the Parking lot next to the stadium and Contact Elias Egozi at 305 749 9859 if you have any questions or comments.