Brownie Mary Democratic Club
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BROWNIE MARY DEMOCRATIC CLUB MEETING & MIXER
Wednesday, August 10, 2016 - 6:30 - 8:30 pm
At Lounge 847
Above 847 Howard Street,
(between 4th and 5th Streets)
We will be considering whether
to endorse AUMA, the initiative for cannabis law reform on the
November ballot. It is now being called Proposition 64. We
will be giving updates on local, state and Federal issues of
importance to cannabis patients and law reform advocates. Terry
Potter of Quantum Analytics will be demonstrating his quick potency
test for cannabis flowers. Feel free to bring a sample for
testing. Ed Breslin will be showcasing his cannabis products,
including Internal and External.
As always, you are
welcome to bring drinks and treats to share.
BMDC is an open forum
for new ideas, and we welcome lively discussions and feedback
at the meetings.
If you wish to be a speaker, please contact us to go on schedule.
The purpose of this club shall be to advocate for the advancement
of the medical use of cannabis and to advocate for the legalization
of cannabis and an end to the War on Drugs. The club will seek
to increase participation in the Democratic Party by medical
marijuana and law reform advocates thereby providing a constructive
role for them in Democratic politics as well as contributing
to Party leadership and responsibility; promoting harmony within
the Party; supporting the Party platform, and assisting in the
selection of Democratic candidates.
~ from the Bylaws of our Club
As many of you are aware, the State
of California is at a crossroads in the development of its future
marijuana policies, both medical and recreational, and although
polls have shown strong public support for the reform of cannabis
laws, there remains a very limited amount of grassroots community
participation in the process. Therefore, the time is now to organize
politically in order to help shepherd in a new era of rational
& innovative cannabis policies in our great State of California.
Locally there is a void in the representation
of the pro-medical cannabis & cannabis legalization forces
in San Francisco city government. Jennifer Nicoletto, Penny deVries,
and I undertook the effort to create the Brownie Mary Democratic
club to address these issues directly and to galvanize supporters
of cannabis locally and throughout the State.
These are the early days for our new chapter. Your willingness
to join and participation in furthering the club's agenda is
extremely important as progress will only be made through a collective
effort. Thank you for your participation and support!
~ Brendan Hallinan, President, San Francisco Chapter