Oakland PAC Drafts Bill to Federally Legalize, Tax, and Regulate Medicinal Cannabis

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The Medicinal Cannabis Super PAC drafts groundbreaking legislation to help protect our children and bring billions to our economy and schools.

The Medicinal Cannabis Super PAC (MediCann) has drafted groundbreaking legislation to federally legalize medicinal cannabis and help protect our children, while bringing billions to our economy and schools. The bill can be viewed at http://www.MCSuperPAC.org/MCA.    

The advantages of the “Medicinal Cannabis Act of 2014,” are untold. For the first time our country can meet the needs of all cannabis patients, while providing the necessary safeguards keeping cannabis out of the hands of our children.

“While recent bills in congress have tried unsuccessfully to legalize cannabis across the board, at MediCann we are specifically pushing for medicinal,” says Lauren Mueller, a spokesperson for the PAC. “By limiting ourselves to medicinal cannabis legalization, we will give law-abiding citizens access to the medicine they need, while ensuring the safety of our children.”

MediCann is now approaching congressional representatives for sponsorship. They are searching for forward-thinking representatives to forge our future, and promote the most popular legislation of our time.

The advantages of the bill are as follows:

  •     It will federally legalize, tax, and regulate medicinal cannabis
  •     It will bring literally billions of dollars in tax revenue to our schools and to America
  •     It will help stop organized crime from producing cannabis

The Medicinal Cannabis Super PAC hit the ground running this past December and has been gaining momentum ever since. To read the bill visit http://www.MCSuperPAC.org/MCA or to learn more, donate, or to get involved, visit http://www.MCSuperPAC.org, and find MCSuperPAC on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/medicannsuperpac or on Twitter @MedCannSuperPAC.

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