• Petitioned Minnesota Governor Dayton.

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Minnesota Governor
Minnesota Governor Dayton.

Minnesota Governor Dayton: Legalize Medical Marijuana

    1. David Carr
    2. Petition by

      David Carr

      Minneapolis, MN

Everyday Mr. Dayton drags his feet on this issue is another day Minnesota citizens
Suffer from chronic pain, treating it with Very Dangerous prescription medicine, or if they do treat with 100% natural Marijauna they are breaking the law. So what kind of message is he sending? I'll tell you, he doesn't care! He doesn't care about your health and doesn't care that you use highly addictive and very dangerous prescription drugs. His view of relying on law inforcement to make his desition makes NO Sense whatsoever. He should be talking to medical professionals! Enough is enough! Stalling this any longer is not acceptable, as everyday he does, people that need it Suffer.

Minnesota Governor Dayton., Minnesota Governor
Legalize medicinal Marijauna NOW!

[Your name]

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 25 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • LouAnn Corrigan ST. CLOUD, MN
      • 7 months ago

      Gov. Dayton, It is very important to me that you wake up and read the writing on the wall. I along with so many unfortunate people have suffered for nearly 50 years with chronic pain. I have had rheumatoid arthritis since age 13. Migraines since early 20's, Fibromyalgia

    • Brett Morton BLAINE, MN
      • about 1 year ago

      Marijuana is proven to help relieve symptoms from multiple different illnesses. I use it for back pain and anxiety, which helps tremendously.

    • De Ragels-Gaves ABERDEEN, SD
      • over 1 year ago

      So people dont have 2 hide or sneak it around like moonshine!

    • Chasidy Laundreaux TECUMSEH, OK
      • over 1 year ago

      I believe that marijauna is a better pain reliever than using pills. Pills are so addictive and you don't know what the side effects are.


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