Protect the Constitutional Rights of Cannabis Consumers
Remove Cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act
Allow Home Cultivation for Non-Commercial Use
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Protect the Spiritual Use of CannabisThe First Amendment
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”
Protect the Right to Bear ArmsThe Second Amendment
“Being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”
End Privacy Invasion and Cannabis DiscriminationThe Fourth Amendment
“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause.”
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Treat cannabis like alcohol and tobacco and remove cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act, like alcohol and tobacco.
End Cannabis Drug Testing
Figure #1 – Reasons for Drug Testing
Less than 30 years ago, 88% of these reasons were a clear violation of your Fourth Amendment right that protects you from the unwarranted searches and seizures of personal property, such as your bodily fluids, without probable cause. Before the mid-1980’s, getting drug tested for a job was unheard of and courts during that history in time regularly struck laws down that required mass drug testing programs. Today, people have been conditioned to accept that it’s normal to have their right to privacy violated in order to get a job. Within the next few years, the profit-driven drug testing industry will invade and drug test all of your children just for going to school.
It is important to note that cannabis is the only substance that can be detectable for several weeks at a time, as it is fat soluble. All other substances tested for are water soluble, and therefore are only detectable in the body for a few days. Based on data submitted through our drug test calculator, the average person who just smokes cannabis once, regardless of any other factors, has a failure rate of 50% at 13 days. Without testing for cannabis, which doesn’t prove if a user was under the influence at the time of the test, the multi-billion dollar drug testing industry that exists today would collapse. Read more about the drug testing industry here, here, here, and here.
Stop violating human rights, causing undue stress, firing people, stealing children, and throwing people in jail and drug treatment programs for using a substance that is safer than alcohol and tobacco.
Emancipate the Spiritual Use of Cannabis
Figure #2 – How Cannabis is Consumed
Results derived from our marijuana drug test calculator indicate that one out of every four people who consume cannabis do so primarily for spiritual purposes. This is profound, considering the fact that knowledge of using cannabis within the spiritual and religious realms has been lobotomized from general popular society. Mass media will never suggest that cannabis can be used in the spiritual context even though it has been throughout the world for thousands of years. Despite these efforts, users still identify cannabis as an entheogen and use it for spiritual practice.
Invoke your First Amendment right and protect the freedom of your spiritual and religious beliefs (separation of church and state) as no one has the power to take that from you.
Stop discriminating, persecuting, and punishing cannabis consumers for celebrating life and expressing a basic human right.