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Listen to Lodi Ohio Mayor Dan Goodrow suffering from
Reefer Madness

You can email him at dan-goodrow@villageoflodi.com,
call him 330-948-8047 or write him a letter
at 120 Evergreen Drive, Lodi, Ohio, 44254.


April 6th, 2010 - Ohio Democratic Representative Kenny Yuko, who represents his constituents in the Cleveland-Richmond Heights area, has introduced the Ohio Medical Compassion Act (OMCA) in the Ohio House of Representatives yesterday for the use of Medical Marijuana! It has been designated HB 478 and has five cosponsors - Representatives Robert Hagan (D-Youngstown), Vernon Sykes (D-Akron), Mike Foley (D-Cleveland), Mark Okey (D-Carrollton), and Dan Stewart (D-Columbus). You can now read the full legislation here.

To find contact information for your Ohio Representative(s), go to the Ohio House of Representatives Home Page and enter your zip code; or you can use our exccellent pre-written letter here to contact your Representative(s). If you would like to leave a telephone message for these Representatives, call 1-800-282-0253, Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5pm, or call their office number listed on the Ohio Representative site linked above. Please contact them today to let them know that Ohio supports Medicinal Marijuana. If we can get enough people to do this, maybe we can open their hearts to discuss it with us the next time we meet with them.

We are counting on you! Our legislators need to know how we feel, and our voices are far better received if they know how many of us there really are! Thank You!

Ohio NORML in the News: Marijuana is not just for fun anymore.

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The following is written by Susan Stevens.

Outcome of Susan Steven's Case

Today is 4-20-09 and I have just been told by my attorney, Michael J. Ash, that a decision has been made by Judge DeWeese. I testified at my hearing to suppress the discovery on 4-13-09. The discovery is the evidence. Judge DeWeese granted the motion to suppress based on two things. The officers illegally entered the curtilage of my property and my consent to search my house was not freely give.

As I had enclosed my backyard entirely in stockade fence, it was curtilage......a part of an extension of the house into the exterior, yet not roofed. We will definitely look this up again as it is very important.

My consent to search the house was coerced as the officer had stated the house would be torn apart by a police search if I did not show them what I had.

We now await the prosecution to determine if they wish to proceed without the evidence from the yard or house. Attorney Ash believes they will now dismiss the charges. He will than move to make sure all this is removed from my record.

How is it that I am free...? Read More »

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