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Upcoming RAD Events & Meetings

RAD 2018 initiatives

Here are two new Word copies of the RAD initiatives which can be printed and circulated.

Please don't give these out. We need to convert them to PDF documents which can be circulated, but not modified.

And here are the PDF copies of the initiatives:

Here are the two RAD initiative for 2018 which will legalize either marijuana WORD , or all drugs WORD in Arizona.

100 word summary for the marijuana initiative WORD.

100 word summary for the all drugs initiative WORD.

Both WORD. Put in News Articles news_2017_mar_23_001.php

Compare the RAD and the Safer Arizona initiatives

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Blank petitions forms

Here are some blank petitions forms in English and Spanish for 2018 election cycle.

They are from the Arizona Secretary of State Elections Department. Blank petitions forms in English and Spanish for 2018 election cycle.

Documents filed March 22, 2017

Two initiatives, Political Action Committes, Kathy Inman Lawsuit

Some documents filed on March 22, 2017 at the Arizona Secretary of States office. Inludes two initiatives, political action committees, Kathy Inman Lawsuit and Dave Inman Lawsuit.

Kathy Inman Lawsuit

Kathy Inman Lawsuit.

RAD vs Safer Arizona

Initial notes on RAD vs Safer Arizona.

Use to make charge comparing the Safer Arizona vs RAD issues

Committee Secretary of State Arizona Clections

Here is some information on the committee we formed for the 2018 initiatives to legalize marijuana and or all drugs.

I think the government's official title for this stuff is Campaign Finance committees.

I suspect because of the 2016 initiatives we filed to legalize marijuana and heroin they actually changed the law to make it harder for us to file theise initiatives.

We also are filing some initiatives to protect the public from crooked police officers.

A conflict with the US Constitution?

Travis Vandenbrul found a conflict in the RAD initiative with the US Constitution.

I don't think this affects the "constitutionality" of the RAD initiative, because after all the RAD initiative modifies the Arizona Constitution. So if it is passed, by definition the RAD initiative would be "constitutional".

Files with initiatives to re-legalize marijana & heroin

These are 6 files for my effort to re-legalize or legalize ALL drugs in Arizona. There are 3 files to re-legalize marijuana in Arizona and there are 3 files to re-legalize heroin, cocaine, LSD, marijuana, methamphetamine ,peyote and all other drugs in Arizona.

Of the 3 files in each set, one file is a text file, the other file is a Word file and the final file is an Open Office file.

Images from filing papers to re-legalize

After I filed the two initiatives I took photos of the paper work after the Arizona Secretary of State gave me the numbers for each Constitutional initiative.

Mary C Fontes is the person who took the paper work from me and give me the filing numbers.

The number to re-legalize marijuana is C-02-2016 and the number to re-legalize all drugs is C-03-2016. That C-03-2016 is to re-legalize re-legalize heroin, cocaine, LSD, marijuana, methamphetamine ,peyote and all other drugs.

Initiative to re-legalize Marijuana in Arizona

This is the initiative to re-legalize marijuana in Arizona it is serial number C-02-2016 and was filed on Monday, January 26, 2015 at 3:27 p.m.

Initiative to re-legalize Heroin and all other drugs in Arizona

This is the initiative to re-legalize heroin and all other drugs in Arizona it is serial number C-03-2016 and was filed on Monday, January 26, 2015 at 3:28 p.m.

MPP - Arizona Marijuana Policy Project Draft Jan 26, 2015

Here is a copy of the MPP dreft to legalize marijuana in Arizona.

It is dated January 25, 2015.

I suspect that once I read it thru the term legalize marijuana will be an oxymoron used by MPP or Marijuana Policy Project to justify giving their members a govenrment monopoly on growing and selling marijuana in Arizona.

And I suspect if they get that monopoly they will use it to justify selling the rest of us over priced recreational marijuana at $300+ an ounce prices.

I also have a copy of all of this at http://relegalize.100webspace.net/mpp_documents.html

Other Web pages I created on legalizing drugs and legalizing marijuana

Here are some links to other web pages I have created on legalizing marijuana.

I also have stuff on Safer Arizona and Dennis Bolhke's stuff.

PDF Files

Here are our PDF files which contain the initiatives to re-legalize marijuana and re-legalize all other drugs in Arizona.

The full url is pdf_files/pdf_files.html.

Press Releases from RAD

Press Releases from Relegalize All Drugs

Here are some press releases put out by RAD or Re-legalize All Drugs.

Links to marijuana initiatives and marijuana laws

Here are some links to our initiatives and to the competitors initiatives.

We also have some links to medical marijuana laws and recreational marijuana laws.

Links on the Arizona Secretary of State web page

This is a link to our initiatives which are on the on the Arizona Secretary of State's web page.

Media Information Page

If you are with the media, a newspaper, a radio station, TV station or any other type of media here is a media information web page just for you with all the information about our two initiatives to re-legalize marijuana and re-legalize all other drugs in Arizona in the 2016 election.

I Petitions to Re-legalize Drugs in Arizona

Here are our two "I Petitions" to re-legalize drugs in Arizona.

One "I Petition" demands that marijuana be re-legalized in Arizona.

One "I Petition" demands that marijuana and ALL drugs be re-legalized in Arizona.

Sign them both.

Print the initiative and mail it in?

If you want to sign one of our initiatives but can't find somebody with one our petitions you can print one or both of our initiatives on your computer, sign them and then mail them to us.

Here is a link with all the details you need print either or both of our initiatives, sign them and then mail them back to RAD.

RAD initiatives to relegalize drugs seem to be constitutional

We asked the Arizona Legislative Council to review the RAD initiative to legalize marijuana and they came back and said that it seems to be constitutional.

The only negative thing they said is it conflicts with Federal law, and we all knew that already.

Since the RAD initiative to legalize all drugs is identical to the marijuana initiative we suspect that it is also constitutional.

Some come on folks, let's get this initiative on the ballot and relegalize drugs and end the American police state which has been caused by the "War on Drugs"

Here is a link to the that.

RAD initiatives to don't conflict with Federal law

Initially I thought the RAD initiatives to re-legalize drugs conflicted with Federal law, but after thinking about it I changed my mind.

Under Federal law marijuana and other drugs are illegal.

While both of the RAD initiatives have the words re-legalize drugs in then, technically neither RAD initiative legalizes drugs in Arizona.

Both RAD initiatives forbid the state of Arizona from taxing or regulating drugs.

So while the initiates don't legalize drugs with words saying drugs are legal, the initiatives effectively make drugs legal, by forbidding the govenrment of Arizona from regulating them.

And that is why I believe neither RAD initiative conflicts with Federal law.

The following article gets into a lot of technical details which relate to how the Arizona RAD initiative relates to Federal law.

Final MPP initiative to legalize marijuana in Arizona

Here is a link to the final MPP initiative or final Marijuana Policy Project phoney baloney initiative to legalize marijuana in Arizona which was released or perhaps filed on Friday, April 17, 2015.

If you ask me it's mostly about creating a government monopoly on growing and selling recreational marijuana to make the current owners of medical marijuana dispensaries wealthy.

And if you ask me the MPP initiative does absolutely nothing to correct and fix the immoral and unjust marijuana laws in Arizona.

Arizona Public Records Ombudsman

If you are having problems with getting public records in Arizona, you may want to try the Arizona Ombudsman Office which is at:
Arizona Ombudsman Office
3737 N. 7th Street, Suite 209
Phoenix AZ 85014

(602)277-7292
(800)872-2879
(602)277-7312 Fax

email: ombuds@azoca.gov

http://www.azoca.gov/

The agency is a worthless govenrment agency that probably won't help you get your public records.

The only purposes of the Arizona Ombudsman Office is to make the public THINK that they have a right to public records, which you do, but the govenrment won't do jack to help you get those public records.

If the Arizona Ombudsman Office can't help you get your request for public records they will then write a worthless letter to the Arizona Governor saying government agency "XYZ" refused to give you your request for public records.

That's it!!! The worthless folks at the Arizona Ombudsman Office won't sue them for your or do anything else.

Reasons to Re-Legalize Drugs

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RAD Background Images

Here are those cool background images that Mikester made for RAD.

Media Contacts

Marijuana dispensaries turning in competitors to the police?

From this article it sure sounds like the medical marijuana dispensaries are turning anybody that they consider a competitor into the police and have the police shut them down.

This includes the "farmers markets" and the "compassion clubs", along with medical marijuana care takers and patients who are doing "patient to patient sales" of legal medical marijuana.

They told us that Prop 203 or the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act was to help sick patients, but when you read this article it sounds like it is about MONEY more then helping sick patients.

If the current MPP initiative to legalize marijuana gets on the ballot and is passed I suspect the 150 recreational marijuana shops that are allowed will also be snitches and turning in anybody they thing is cutting into their lucrative $300 an ounce market for marijuana into the police to shut them down.

If you want to stop people from being thrown into jail for victimless marijuana crimes, the MPP initiative is not going to do it.

Compare the RAD initiative to the MPP initiative to legalize marijuana in Arizona

In this article we compare the RAD initiative to legalize marijuana in Arizona to the MPP initiative to legalize marijuana in Arizona.

RAD stands for Relegalize All Drugs and MPP stands for Marijuana Policy Project.

Both groups are circulating petitions for their initiatives to re-legalize marijuana in Arizona.

RAD is also circulating an second initiative to relegalize not only marijuana, but ALL drugs in Arizona.

I am in the process of updating the comparison between RAD and MPP and adding AZFRM or Arizonan's For Mindful Regulation.

When I get done this will be the new link comparing all three initiatives.

Here is a link to the original comparison between RAD and MPP.

Want to circulate the RAD initiative or petitions

If you want to help make the world a better place by relegalizeing drugs, you can circulate the RAD initiatives to relegalize marijuana and / or relegalize all drugs check out this link on how to do it.

You can print the petitions out on your home computer and be collecting signatures to help relegalize either marijuana or all drugs in Arizona in a matter of minutes.

We also have a Tiny URL link to the the web page. It's

http://tinyurl.com/RADpetitions

List of RAD PDF files and documents

This web page contains a list of all the RAD pdf files, which includes:

Calendar of upcoming RAD Events

Here is a calendar of the upcoming RAD events.

Here is a calendar of past RAD events.

Here is the link with a short concise summary of the future meetings and events. finish finish finish finish finish finish finish finish finish finish finish finish finish finish finish finish

Comments from Mikel Weisser and Safer Arizona about RAD

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Betsy Haas Senn thinks the RAD initiative has gotta be put out by the government

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RAD meetings at Giant Coffee

RAD has been having it's monthly meetings at Giant Coffee which is in Phoenix just south of McDowell and 1st Street and just north of the main Phoenix Library.

Here are some photos.

More on the MPP initiative to legalize marijuana

Here is some more stuff on that phoney baloney initiative by MPP or Marijuana Policy Project to legalize marijuana Arizona.

Legalizing marijuana in the case of MPP is certainly an oxymoron because almost anything you do outside of buying your $300+ an ounce marijuana from a licensed MPP store and smoking it is a felony.

Arizonans for Mindful Regulation

Arizonans for Mindful Regulation [of marijuana]

Here is another group that seems to think that the MPP or Marijuana Policy Project phoney baloney initiative to legalize marijuana in Arizona sucks.

The group is Arizonans for Mindful Regulation and they correctly understand that the phoney baloney initiative by MPP is not about legalizing marijuana to remove the draconian and unjust laws, but to make millionaires out of a few people by granting them a govenrment monopoly on growing and sell in recreational marijuana.

Letter from Arizonans for Mindful Regulation

Arizonans for Mindful Regulation [of marijuana]

Here is a letter from Arizonans for Mindful Regulation about some of the problems with the MPP or Marijuana Policy Project phoney baloney initiative to legalize marijuana in Arizona.

Bottom line is the MPP or Marijuana Policy Project phoney baloney initiative is about creating a law that will allow the marijuana dispensaries to make millions of dollars selling medical and recreation marijuana.

MPP or Marijuana Policy Project phoney baloney initiative to legalize marijuana in Arizona has nothing to do whatsoever with fixing the evil draconian laws that put people in prison for the victimless crime of using marijuana.

Tempe messy yard cops terrorize citizens

Here is an article about how the messy yard cops have been terrorizing home owners in Tempe.

Some great comments from Robert W Clark

In this blurb about the initiative by MPP to legalize marijuana in Arizona, Robert W Clark made this greate politically correct comment
This is not legalization or decriminalization, it is a tax and regulate model written by and for the dispensaries.
If you asked me I would have said
It creates a government monopoly on growing and selling marijuana for the dispensaries so they can get rich selling the rest of us $300+ an ounce marijuana.

Apparently Jason Garth doesn't like Mickey Jones.

Apparently Jason Garth doesn't like Mickey Jones.

Monday, May 11, 2015 - 4:17 p.m.

Jason Garth

10 hrs ·

The world is full of spineless pusses' mickey jones u hear me money power not common place every man 4themselves fuck what a load of shit we are here to help each other u fuck heads not rip of distort con distort lives manipulate play games help the weakest for fuck sake in stead of filling pockets with dirty money

 
Jason Garth doesn't like Mickey Jones
 

Initiative waives application fees for medical marijuana use

Here is an initiative by the Arizona Marijuana Patient Society that would waive application fees for medical marijuana use.

It sounds like the folks at Arizona Marijuana Patient Society are good guys who support people right to use marijuana.

Compared to the folks at MPP or Marijuana Policy Project who seem like bad guys who seem to want to make 150 buddies theirs millionaires by giving them a govenrment monopoly on growing and selling recreational marijuana in Arizona.

Other initiatives in Arizona

I am surprised but there has been a whole bunch of marijuana related initiatives filed this year in Arizona. Here is a link to them.

RAD gets media coverage in the Phoenix New Times

Cool RAD gets an article in the Phoenix New Times about their initiative to legalize marijuana and their initiative to legalize all drugs. The TinyURL is http://tinyurl.com/radnewtimes

RAD gets media coverage on News 12

Cool RAD gets an article in the News 12 about their initiative to legalize marijuana. The TinyURL is http://tinyurl.com/radnews12

Aug 11 Mesa Republican AZGOP meeting

Here is a blurb from the talk at the Tuesday, August 11, 2015 Mesa Republican AZGOP Executive Committee meeting for precinct committeemen.

Sheriff Richard Mack and RAD talk about legalizing drugs

Here are some links to the video they shot at the Republic Party meeting out in Mesa where Sheriff Richard Mack and RAD talked about legalizing drugs.

RAD or Relegalize All Drug initiative made it to ballotpedia

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