Petition Closed

"Cannabis Prohibition Now Seventy-Five Years Old" By Allen St. Pierre, NORML Executive Director, August 3, 2012
Infamously, America’s federally created Cannabis Prohibition marks its seventy-fifth anniversary this August 2, 2012. The so-called ‘great failed social experiment’ of Alcohol Prohibition of the 1920s barely lasted a dozen years in effect. Rightly, it took a constitutional amendment to both ban and restore alcohol products to the free market.”
http://marijuana-arrests.com/US-arrests.html

And alcohol kills people every day. Instead of jailing people for a relatively harmless drug, legalize it and let America make a profit on it instead of drug cartels. Free the prisons up for real criminals.

It’s time for a constitutional amendment for cannabis products.

Letter to
President Obama
I just signed the following petition addressed to: President Obama.

----------------
Legalize Marijuana

"Cannabis Prohibition Now Seventy-Five Years Old" By Allen St. Pierre, NORML Executive Director, August 3, 2012
Infamously, America’s federally created Cannabis Prohibition marks its seventy-fifth anniversary this August 2, 2012. The so-called ‘great failed social experiment’ of Alcohol Prohibition of the 1920s barely lasted a dozen years in effect. Rightly, it took a constitutional amendment to both ban and restore alcohol products to the free market.”
http://marijuana-arrests.com/US-arrests.html

And alcohol kills people every day. Instead of jailing people for a relatively harmless drug, legalize it and let America make a profit on it instead of drug cartels. Free the prisons up for real criminals.

It’s time for a constitutional amendment for cannabis products.

----------------

Sincerely,