TWO LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS-OR - TWO ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS

THAT WILL SAVE $42 BILLION DOLLARS A YEAR THAT COULD BE SPENT ON INFRASTRUCTURE

1. Pass retroactive legislation for sentencing relief for all nonviolent marijuana offenders - OR - Grant commutations to nonviolent marijuana offenders.

2. Remove marijuana from the Controlled Substance Act's Schedule and regulate it like alcohol through legislation -OR- Remove it from the Controlled Substance Act's Schedule by executive  action.

3. Removing marijuana from the Controlled Substance Act's Schedule would save  up to $45 billion dollars per year.  This could be used for our outdated infrastructure. 

Every year we arrest over nonviolent citizens for marijuana violations.

This is going on at the same time that billions of dollars are being invested in

multi-million dollar marijuana businesses.  Thirty states plus the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana to some degree.  70% of the population believes that marijuana should be decriminalized. 

It is untenable to incarcerate nonviolent citizens for life without parole for the same substance that others are including in their business plans. 



We Need Executive Clemency - Commutations

A Charge of Conspiracy  combined Combined with Exercising your Sixth Amendment Right to Trial Equals a Sentencing Disparity

A Sentence that is Six times the Length of a Plea Bargained Sentence

We are an organization that spotlights offenders who have received the sentence of Life without Parole for marijuana offenses. We do not believe that nonviolent marijuana offenders should receive sentences of Life for Pot.

These are inmates who are nonviolent and have no violent priors. Their sentences were received for marijuana offenses There will also be inmates who have received defacto life sentences for marijuana. 

IT'S WRONG

MARIJUANA PROHIBITION IS A BIG GOVERNMENT PROGRAM

Life For Pot
Life For Pot Commutation

 TODAY'S CANNABIS BUSINESS PLAN

YESTERDAY'S MARIJUANA CONSPIRACY 


Life for Cannabis


Commutation

Executive Clemency