AB1300 | Medical Marijuana Community’s “Killer” App

420 College Sees RMLW As Salvation From AB1300 & Other New Laws & Strongly Supports REGULATING MARIJUANA LIKE WINE


AB1300 & More New Calif MMJ Laws Will
Cut-Off Access for Patients Starting Jan 2012

ONLY a Law Passed by 
VOTERS Can Overturn These Actions!


If You Have a Heart-Beat
or Some Spare "Change" for the Collection

Our Community NEEDS
Your HELP, Right NOW!

We MUST Pass A Voter Initiative
By Nov 2012 – And That Means It's 
Time to STEP Up

If You Ignore It … 
might as well kiss it all good-bye.


Regulation = Expansion

No Voter Initiative Means Losing Our Rights!

 

The RIGHT INITIATIVE Insures
We Not Only Keep – We EXPAND Our Rights

That's Why

420 College Endorses RMLW2012

Regulate Marijuana Like Wine

 



Get ready for a true "game changer"

RMLW Petition – "Rolls Out" in Nov!

We Ask that YOU Sign the Petition 
AND Get Involved – in ANY Way You Can!

You are going to be SHOCKED to see WHO is Endorsing RMLW 2012
US Congressman (R) | Superior Court Judges | Sheriff's & Peace Officers | LEAP

Check it Out | CLICK HERE TO OPEN WINDOW



If Passed – RMLW "Burns" New Rules,
Reduces Fed Controls – State Govt COSTS & It's Size 
While IT Increases State REVENUES

RMLW REDUCES GOVERNMENT by Reducing FEDERAL Intervention
Brings the ENFORCEMENT and Regulation to STATE Level Where
We Can FINALLY Get  Total "Control" of the Program and 
MAKE IT WORK FOR ALL!


Respects & Protects
Our CHILDREN & Communities

Insures STRICT ACCESS to minors is the MOST LIMITED; 
as it is with wine, beer & liquor | Ask ANY Teen What is EASIER to Get – Liquor or Street Drugs
RMLW states no one under the age of 21 would have access.


ASSURES ACCESS 
TO YOUR FIREARMS

YES – Further RESTRICTIONS are planned
New legislation is being reviewed by Calif legislators
that would make it ILLEGAL FOR A MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENT
TO OWN FIREARMS – Stick THAT in your pipe and smoke it …
 
Passing RMLW Would "Void" Laws Like These
But Enforce the Existing Laws – 
which clearly define gun controls, driving under influence, etc
RMLW encourages use of existing laws already governing
markets and consumers as IF marijuana were "wine", beer or alcohol!


REGULATION IS 
EFFECTIVE and ENFORCEABLE

The REGULATION is enforced and governed 
by EXISTING state agencies 
with no modification to policies or protocol 
enforced now for the wine industry
 (minimum age for access, even to work around it, is 21 years old)


RMLW Puts a "LID On IT!"

Eliminates all public promotion or advertisement of availability


Don't Bogart!

RMLW puts the control back into the communities hands by
stating that California will redact the characterization of marijuana
as a Schedule I Drug – Giving Management BACK to the STATE, City & County

RMLW can insure WE ALL SHARE IN Building 
a realistic future for the marijuana industry

An expanded horizon of potential – more importantly – RMLW puts the controls
IN PLACE that are needed to insure our economy has SAFE and LEGAL
channels of supply and distribution – it's regulated, taxed and managed, properly.




Why 420 College

Endorses RMLW-2012

 

"Last week, when I heard that Governor Brown signed AB1300 into law,  giving cities and counties the right to BAN collectives, for any reason; I wondered if it was time to finally throw in the towel." stated George Boyadijian, Founder of 420 College.

 

"Our Fresno-based collective was shut down by the same type of base-less actions by "individuals" that see the Compassionate Use Act as a sham. We followed the law, to the letter, and our club, our community, lost everything we invested and the rights we fought for – overnight.

 

"Banning collectives [dispensaries] and clubs simply destroys safe patient access for so many. Once that happened to us – I dedicated my career to making sure it wouldn't happen to anyone else.

 

"Why we are behind REGULATE MARIJUANA LIKE WINE is because, even though it NEVER intended to touch the medical marijuana industry, I think that RMLW, of all the other initiatives being pushed right now, is what will save the medical marijuana industry from AB1300, and new laws they will come up with to take away our rights.

 

"This is no longer about expansion – this is now about SURVIVAL."

George Boyadjian, Founder 420 College





 


how to start open a medical marijuana business - how to get legalWhat Can YOU Do?

 


 

560,000+ Verifiable Signatures
[from Registered Voters]

are REQUIRED to 
Get RMLW On The BALLOT in 2012


 

Help Carry The Load 
& Spread the Word
Post the WIDGET !

OR Simply

Sweeten the POT!
[Use the DONATE Button Below!]

 

Got $5, $10, $50?

RMLW Needs A Least $100,000
By End of October
to Get Off the Ground, Print & Distribute Petitions!

Your (and 19,999 others) $5 donation will insure that the Committee to 
Regulate Marijuana Like Wine's Signature Gathering Efforts CAN 
Secure 2 – VERIFIABLE SIGNATURES – from registered voters – 
on the Upcoming Petition for REGULATE Marijuana Like Wine.



 

Add the WIDGET to Your Own WEBSITE!


 

REMEMBER – YOU First! 

Pledge to Sign The Petition, TOO!

Nov 1 – Petitions Should Be Showing Up Around Town –
Find Out WHERE On the RMLW.com Website!

YOU MUST BE A REGISTERED
VOTER TO SIGN THIS PETITION

REGISTER to Vote HERE

and then?


 

1. VOLUNTEER TO GET SIGNATURES:

Signatures CAN come from grass – roots efforts of
volunteers helping to gather signatures
around town and at festivals.

RMLW – JHSignature Club is looking 
for volunteers to Pass the Petition in YOUR County!



2. Got $5?

If $5 doesn't seem like enough – GIVE MORE!


3. Donate Your Valuable
Professional Services

Or Simply Blog, Tweet, Interview, 
Write an Article, Post on FB!


Donate Your TIME and BLOG, TWEET, AND 
Send the Message Around Your Network of Friends & Family
to Visit the RMLW Website and DONATE Time & $, TOO!

Have a Radio or TV Show? Magazine
or Print Vehicle – Monthly Newsletter? 

RMLW Committee is Here to Be Interviewed

 


4. GET THE RMLW WIDGET 
& Add to Your Site!

Add the fundraising widget – provided by PayPal – for secure online
donations – funds GO STRAIGHT INTO RMLW ACCOUNT!



Now You Can SEE How YOU Many
Ways to Get Involved & Have Fun!

JUST REMEMBER | THIS IS NO JOKE

 

This CRITICAL INITIATIVE is YOUR way of trumping
the laws recently enacted that allow cities and counties to 
BAN or FURTHER RESTRICT (and harass)
Collectives, Clubs, Co-Operatives
and Medical Marijuana Patients!




If Passed – RMLW

Reduces Fed Controls,
Which Reduces State & FED Govt COSTS & It's Size, 
While It Increases State "Controls", REVENUES,
Insures 
Safer Access & other MMJ Patients Rights, 
Such as the Right to Own Firearms &
That Our Communities & Children Are
Respected and Protected 
As Under Our Current Laws

Bi-Partisan Support of this measure is incredible! Dems, GOP & Liberals | LEAP | Others!


 


 

Most of us don't even know this is happening!


TIME TO WAKE UP!

 


To Make

INFORMED CHOICES

YOU Need to KNOW

MORE About the 

IMPACT of AB1300

On Patient Rights
Clubs – Collective – Co Ops
Delivery Services Operations


 

True – RMLW Is About
Insuring 
Access for ALL

BUT

 


 

If Laws Like AB1300 Are Our Future

Our MMJ Patient Access | Clubs & Collectives

Are TOAST or Can Be Severely Restricted

At the WHIM of Any City or County "Council"

RMLW Could Save Our MMJ Community!


Find Out More

SAT Oct 22 | SACRAMENTO 


420 College Hosts
a Special Event for RMLW – 2012

Join Us
for a "Gathering" & Mixer


All profits to be donated
to RMLW Campaign Committee


SATURDAY

October 22 | 6pm-9pm

ORCHID SUITES | Roseville, CA

a short presentation, chance to gather and chat

 
420 Impact Report
How to Navigate Pending
Effects of AB1300

 

AB1300 | 4th District Court of Appeals Decision | City & County Right to Ban
or Further Restrict Collective and Club Activities & Patient Access

 

$25 Per Person

LIMITED SPACE

YOU MUST RSVP HERE


[ register button ]

 


NOT A REGISTERED VOTER? Do That FIRST!

REGISTER to VOTE Online



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