WHAT IS THE COMMON SENSE CANNABIS REFORM CAMPAIGN
Here is how we plan to fight for commonsense cannabis reform during the 2019 state legislative session.
We are demanding that Wyoming stops throwing its residents in jail for possessing small amounts of cannabis. We also are going to fight to ensure that people, such as vets who have PTSD or people who struggle with daily pain, don’t have to resort to using addictive opiates, but instead have legal access to their medicine. It’s time that the state legislature starts using some common sense when it comes to cannabis.
WE DEMAND COMMONSENSE POLICY.
Allow people access to medicine
A whopping 86 percent of Wyoming residents support legalizing medical marijuana, according to a poll conducted by the Wyoming Survey Analysis Center at the University of Wyoming.
No jail time for personal possession
A total of 69 percent of Wyomingites believe there should be no jail time for possession of small amounts of weed.
HERE IS HOW YOU CAN HELP US OUT
We’ll spread the word to fellow Wyomingites
Help us call around the state to raise awareness among fellow Wyomingite on why commonsense cannabis reform is good for Wyoming, and why we demand a new way of thinking from our legislators when it comes developing policy.
We’ll lobby our legislators
Folks from around the state can come out to the legislature for Citizen Lobby days to speak to their representatives. We’ll ask in person that they take action to stop throwing Wyomingites in jail for possessing personal amounts of cannabis and allow people access to medicine they need.
We’ll reach out to out representatives
Use this quick and easy form (below) to write to your elected officials and ask that they take action for commonsense cannabis reform now!