Support Sen. Perry Clark: SB57 and SB76 (2017)

Legislation filed by Senator Perry Clark of Louisville, SB 57, seeks to establish a statewide, comprehensive medical marijuana program. Senate Bill 57, The Cannabis Compassion Act, establishes regulations overseeing the establishment of state-licensed dispensaries to provide medical marijuana to qualified patients. It also permits patients to home cultivate their own supply of medical cannabis. Senator …

Senator Perry Clark has pre-filed a bill for the 2017 legislative season that pertains to legalizing marijuana in the state …

    Almost one year after filing the Cannabis Freedom Act, Kentucky State Senator Perry Clark has pre-filed a bill for the 2017 legislative season that pertains to legalizing marijuana in the state. Filed on December 6 for the January, 2017, legislative season, the new bill is called the Cannabis Compassion Act and is filed …

Marijuana Foes Losing Direction in Kentucky

  With Thomas Tony Vance and Angela Gatewood.   Thomas Tony Vance   An Informational Town Hall meeting on Medical Cannabis was held on November 8. 2015 in Alexandria, KY sponsored by Veterans of Foreign Wars Campbell County Post 3205 Auxiliary and Veterans for Medical Cannabis Access. Having given the keynote speech at that event …

Sen. Perry B. Clark introduces two new Bills in Kentucky, one for medical marijuana and another for Hemp – Kentucky Legislature gets fired up on Hemp and Cannabis in the last week to introduce new Bills

    On Wednesday, March 2, Sen. Perry Clark of Louisville introduced two new Bills, one for Hemp and another for medical marijuana.   Senate Bill 262 is AN ACT relating to industrial hemp.   The "Industrial Hemp Freedom Act" is an extension of the "Cannabis Freedom Act" and seeks to to allow industrial hemp …

Kentucky to potientially become buds with bud

Posted by Julia Dake | Jan 28, 2016 No pun intended, but I think it’s high time weed became legalized in Kentucky. Marijuana legalization has made some significant headway over the past few years, now legal for recreational use in four states and medicinal use in 25. Pretty soon another state, namely Kentucky, could be …

Kentucky legislature should legalize recreational marijuana

  EDITORIAL Kentucky has the opportunity to follow the successful policies of states like Colorado and Oregon by passing the Cannabis Freedom Act to legalize recreational marijuana. The bill, introduced by state Sen. Perry Clark from Louisville, would effectively legalize recreational marijuana in the Commonwealth and regulate the drug similarly to alcohol, with permission to …

My reply to the "Opinion" From December 30, 2015 or "pot Should Stay Illegal In Kentucky"…

  Above:  Mary Thomas-Spears talks with Sen. Perry Clark at the "Comfy Tree Symposium" in Louisville in 2014   To:  Bowling Green Daily News,          813 College Street P.O. Box 90012 Bowling Green, KY 42102 Website Link Opinions:  "Pot should stay illegal in Kentucky" From:  Rev. Mary L. Thomas-Spears, Bowling Green, Kentucky  42101 Dear "Pot …

If Kentucky wants to pass br 161 "the Cannabis Freedom Act", you must do this now…

Left:  Link to USMjParty Kentucky Above: Link to Facebook Page of the "Kentucky Cannabis Freedom Coalition" Because of the "Origination Clause" in the U.S. Constitution there must be a Representative to submit a "Companion Bill" in order for it to move forward because this clause says that all bills for raising revenue must start in …

Kentucky "Cannabis Freedom Act" Summary

Kentucky Cannabis Freedom Coalition·Saturday, December 12, 2015   Cannabis Freedom Act Summary Section 1 (New Section of KRS Chapter 245) Definitions Section 2 (New Section of KRS Chapter 245) Personal possession, use, and cultivation limits Persons 21 years and older may: Possess up to 1 ounce of cannabis on their person; Cultivate up to 5 …

KY Senator files "Cannabis Freedom Act" rolling medicinal and recreational use together in one hit

By Brad Bowman, Published: December 12, 2015 3:56PM Democrat Sen. Perry Clark of Louisville has advocated for the legalization of medical marijuana since the last legislative session to this summer at Mensa’s Annual Gathering where he cleared the smoke and myths surrounding marijuana. Friday he filed a bill rolling medical and recreational use in one …

All roads in Kentucky lead you through Hell

      Subtitle:  How to age quickly and retire early from a life of Activism in Cannabis – via the DEA Subtitle:  How to become a criminal vs. a patient in need of their medication…   May 7th, 2015   I really hate writing about myself.  I rarely do and when I do it …