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  2. TEAMiLLz & Medical Militia Radio as they join forces with Delaware NORML Women's Alliance to Takeover Claymont Public Library this Summer. Bringing you Real Issues, Real Experts, and Real Solutions with the Delaware Cannabis Advocacy Network. On a mission to build and support a network of patients, providers, caregivers, business owners, professionals and grassroots activists advocating to legalize cannabis in the Diamond State!
  3. TEAMiLLz & Medical Militia Radio as they join forces with Delaware NORML Women's Alliance to Takeover Claymont Public Library this Summer. Bringing you Real Issues, Real Experts, and Real Solutions with the Delaware Cannabis Advocacy Network. On a mission to build and support a network of patients, providers, caregivers, business owners, professionals and grassroots activists advocating to legalize cannabis in the Diamond State!
  4. TEAMiLLz & Medical Militia Radio as they join forces with Delaware NORML Women's Alliance to Takeover Claymont Public Library this Summer. Bringing you Real Issues, Real Experts, and Real Solutions with the Delaware Cannabis Advocacy Network. On a mission to build and support a network of patients, providers, caregivers, business owners, professionals and grassroots activists advocating to legalize cannabis in the Diamond State!
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    DATE AND TIME Thu, July 13, 2017 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT LOCATION Forgotten Mile Ale House 20859 Coastal Highway Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 Options. What are they? Well...they are not options if we don't know where to begin or what they are. Rylie's Smile Foundation advocates for healthy alternative options and helps support families in learning about these options. Join us for our new CannaTalk which will be a held in order to answer questions, educate and empower families. We will be asking for a small fee from attendees to cover the cost of our venue, beverages, and appetizers since we are a 501c3 Non Profit. If your business would like to sponsor one of our events please email us thru our website www.RyliesSmileFoundation.org. With your sponsorship, not only will your business be helping to support this event but it will also receive exposure on our media outlets, be able to put materials in our annual Labor Day 5k swag bags and be spoken of as our sponsor at CannaTalk. We hope to see you at CannaTalk!
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  9. TEAMiLLz & Medical Militia Radio as they join forces with Delaware NORML Women's Alliance to Takeover Claymont Public Library this Summer. Bringing you Real Issues, Real Experts, and Real Solutions with the Delaware Cannabis Advocacy Network. On a mission to build and support a network of patients, providers, caregivers, business owners, professionals and grassroots activists advocating to legalize cannabis in the Diamond State!
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    Legislative Hall 411 Legislative Ave. Dover, DE 19901 Majority Room - Second Floor There are only a few weeks left in the legislative session and we have 3 votes to clear before heading to the Governor's Desk. We need your help NOW!! We will be lobbying for H.B. 110 this month on the 13th, 15th, 20th, 22nd, 27th, and 29th before the 2017 legislative session is over. Join us for Ladies' Legalization Lobby Day (all genders welcome) on Tuesday June 13 at 1 PM at Legislative Hall. The legislators need to hear from the people they represent. There are several large and well-funded groups opposing cannabis legalization. It's more important now than ever that citizens voice their support for HB 110. Stand with us NOW! https://www.facebook.com/events/417948788583296/?ti=icl Come help us ask legislators to vote ' Yes' on HB 110. This bill gives all adults 21 and older, safe and legal access to this nontoxic plant. It ends the threat of arrest, a threat of a criminal record and the collateral consequences associated with a cannabis conviction for over 100,000 Delaware adults that already consume cannabis. It also ends civil asset forfeiture for cannabis as well as legalizes two already existing industries which will create many small business and employment opportunities. It will put the 10th nail in the coffin of federal prohibition, and so much more. It doesn't do everything, but it's a great start. Join us tomorrow at 1 PM. We can't wait to see everyone tomorrow. Hope to see you there, your support is needed more than ever.
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    Legislative Hall 411 Legislative Ave. Dover, DE 19901 Majority Room - Second Floor There are only a few weeks left in the legislative session and we have 3 votes to clear before heading to the Governor's Desk. We need your help NOW!! We will be lobbying for H.B. 110 this month on the 13th, 15th, 20th, 22nd, 27th, and 29th before the 2017 legislative session is over. Join us for Ladies' Legalization Lobby Day (all genders welcome) on Tuesday June 13 at 1 PM at Legislative Hall. The legislators need to hear from the people they represent. There are several large and well-funded groups opposing cannabis legalization. It's more important now than ever that citizens voice their support for HB 110. Stand with us NOW! https://www.facebook.com/events/417948788583296/?ti=icl Come help us ask legislators to vote ' Yes' on HB 110. This bill gives all adults 21 and older, safe and legal access to this nontoxic plant. It ends the threat of arrest, a threat of a criminal record and the collateral consequences associated with a cannabis conviction for over 100,000 Delaware adults that already consume cannabis. It also ends civil asset forfeiture for cannabis as well as legalizes two already existing industries which will create many small business and employment opportunities. It will put the 10th nail in the coffin of federal prohibition, and so much more. It doesn't do everything, but it's a great start. Join us tomorrow at 1 PM. We can't wait to see everyone tomorrow. Hope to see you there, your support is needed more than ever.
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    Legislative Hall 411 Legislative Ave. Dover, DE 19901 Majority Room - Second Floor There are only a few weeks left in the legislative session and we have 3 votes to clear before heading to the Governor's Desk. We need your help NOW!! We will be lobbying for H.B. 110 this month on the 13th, 15th, 20th, 22nd, 27th, and 29th before the 2017 legislative session is over. Join us for Ladies' Legalization Lobby Day (all genders welcome) on Tuesday June 13 at 1 PM at Legislative Hall. The legislators need to hear from the people they represent. There are several large and well-funded groups opposing cannabis legalization. It's more important now than ever that citizens voice their support for HB 110. Stand with us NOW! https://www.facebook.com/events/417948788583296/?ti=icl Come help us ask legislators to vote ' Yes' on HB 110. This bill gives all adults 21 and older, safe and legal access to this nontoxic plant. It ends the threat of arrest, a threat of a criminal record and the collateral consequences associated with a cannabis conviction for over 100,000 Delaware adults that already consume cannabis. It also ends civil asset forfeiture for cannabis as well as legalizes two already existing industries which will create many small business and employment opportunities. It will put the 10th nail in the coffin of federal prohibition, and so much more. It doesn't do everything, but it's a great start. Join us tomorrow at 1 PM. We can't wait to see everyone tomorrow. Hope to see you there, your support is needed more than ever.
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    Legislative Hall 411 Legislative Ave. Dover, DE 19901 Majority Room - Second Floor There are only a few weeks left in the legislative session and we have 3 votes to clear before heading to the Governor's Desk. We need your help NOW!! We will be lobbying for H.B. 110 this month on the 13th, 15th, 20th, 22nd, 27th, and 29th before the 2017 legislative session is over. Join us for Ladies' Legalization Lobby Day (all genders welcome) on Tuesday June 13 at 1 PM at Legislative Hall. The legislators need to hear from the people they represent. There are several large and well-funded groups opposing cannabis legalization. It's more important now than ever that citizens voice their support for HB 110. Stand with us NOW! https://www.facebook.com/events/417948788583296/?ti=icl Come help us ask legislators to vote ' Yes' on HB 110. This bill gives all adults 21 and older, safe and legal access to this nontoxic plant. It ends the threat of arrest, a threat of a criminal record and the collateral consequences associated with a cannabis conviction for over 100,000 Delaware adults that already consume cannabis. It also ends civil asset forfeiture for cannabis as well as legalizes two already existing industries which will create many small business and employment opportunities. It will put the 10th nail in the coffin of federal prohibition, and so much more. It doesn't do everything, but it's a great start. Join us tomorrow at 1 PM. We can't wait to see everyone tomorrow. Hope to see you there, your support is needed more than ever.
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    Legislative Hall 411 Legislative Ave. Dover, DE 19901 Majority Room - Second Floor There are only a few weeks left in the legislative session and we have 3 votes to clear before heading to the Governor's Desk. We need your help NOW!! We will be lobbying for H.B. 110 this month on the 13th, 15th, 20th, 22nd, 27th, and 29th before the 2017 legislative session is over. Join us for Ladies' Legalization Lobby Day (all genders welcome) on Tuesday June 13 at 1 PM at Legislative Hall. The legislators need to hear from the people they represent. There are several large and well-funded groups opposing cannabis legalization. It's more important now than ever that citizens voice their support for HB 110. Stand with us NOW! https://www.facebook.com/events/417948788583296/?ti=icl Come help us ask legislators to vote ' Yes' on HB 110. This bill gives all adults 21 and older, safe and legal access to this nontoxic plant. It ends the threat of arrest, a threat of a criminal record and the collateral consequences associated with a cannabis conviction for over 100,000 Delaware adults that already consume cannabis. It also ends civil asset forfeiture for cannabis as well as legalizes two already existing industries which will create many small business and employment opportunities. It will put the 10th nail in the coffin of federal prohibition, and so much more. It doesn't do everything, but it's a great start. Join us tomorrow at 1 PM. We can't wait to see everyone tomorrow. Hope to see you there, your support is needed more than ever.
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    Legislative Hall 411 Legislative Ave. Dover, DE 19901 Majority Room - Second Floor There are only a few weeks left in the legislative session and we have 3 votes to clear before heading to the Governor's Desk. We need your help NOW!! We will be lobbying for H.B. 110 this month on the 13th, 15th, 20th, 22nd, 27th, and 29th before the 2017 legislative session is over. Join us for Ladies' Legalization Lobby Day (all genders welcome) on Tuesday June 13 at 1 PM at Legislative Hall. The legislators need to hear from the people they represent. There are several large and well-funded groups opposing cannabis legalization. It's more important now than ever that citizens voice their support for HB 110. Stand with us NOW! https://www.facebook.com/events/417948788583296/?ti=icl Come help us ask legislators to vote ' Yes' on HB 110. This bill gives all adults 21 and older, safe and legal access to this nontoxic plant. It ends the threat of arrest, a threat of a criminal record and the collateral consequences associated with a cannabis conviction for over 100,000 Delaware adults that already consume cannabis. It also ends civil asset forfeiture for cannabis as well as legalizes two already existing industries which will create many small business and employment opportunities. It will put the 10th nail in the coffin of federal prohibition, and so much more. It doesn't do everything, but it's a great start. Join us tomorrow at 1 PM. We can't wait to see everyone tomorrow. Hope to see you there, your support is needed more than ever.
  18. FESTIVAL PIER at Penn's Landing, Philadelphia EDUCATE. INSPIRE. EMPOWER The hemp heals foundation supports sustainable agriculture, sustainable health and clean natural medicine, while focusing on a holistic approach to optimum health. Keeping our bodies nourished with more plant based whole foods, help to keep our mind, body and spirits healthy. Clean farming and agricultural practices are key to the production of clean food and other regularly used resources. Interestingly enough the cannabis plant has the ability to grow in virtually any climate and provide a 100% renewable crop with all kinds of uses. Nutritionally dense foods, durable fiber and textiles, clean bio diesel fuel, powerful CBD medications and moisturizing hair and body products. One amazing plant, with thousands of solutions that will help us sustain a healthier world and a healthier economy.
  19. Did a McDonald's in Raton, N.M., actually make a joke about marijuana use to sell breakfast burritos? According to the McDonald's Corporation, yes, it did — but the billboard is coming down because it doesn't meet the company's standards. A photo of the billboard first began making the rounds earlier this week, and soon gained traction on social media for containing a joke about joint-rolling. The billboard, which is reportedly positioned on a stretch of Interstate 25 near Exit 451, features an image of the egg- and chile-stuffed burrito alongside large white lettering that reads, “Usually, when you roll something this good, it’s illegal.” KRQE, the outlet that first reported on the photo, claims the joke is being well-received in by locals, some of whom note that its “placement is key.” The McDonald's Corporation, however, doesn't seem to agree with the local community. In a statement obtained by Fox News, McDonald's says the franchise's billboard "does not meet our standards and is being taken down." A representative for McDonald's did not specify when the billboard will be removed from the interstate. Raton lies just 12 miles south of Colorado, where marijuana is currently legal for recreational and medicinal use.
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    Rylie's Smile Foundation Rylie's Smile Foundation is a 501c3 created by Rylie Maedler, now 11 years old. Rylie suffered from bone tumors in 2013 and currently suffers from seizures and effects of her tumors. Rylie's biggest wish was to help other little ones escape their medical realities and for them to have more treatment options so that they too would be able to leave those hospital walls. She does this by granting iPod Touches to children meeting the medical qualifications and advocating for alternative medical treatments that helped her heal to the extent she has today. With an iPod Touch, children can listen to favorite music, create music, iMovies, play games, communicate with family and friends, and so much more! Rylie's Smile Foundation works with several children's hospitals, Child Life, The Ronald McDonald House, the community, and various foundations thru out the world to find young recipients in need.
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    All ages come aboard our annual Rylie's River Ride for fun, food, drinks, and the best scenic tour of our Broadkill River!! Seating is limited and this fun sunset cruise fills up really fast so be sure to save your seat soon! Some things to remember or know are: bring your camera and binoculars there is a bathroom on board the flat bottom boat is handicap accessible you must be 21years of age to drink any alcohol on board the boat will leave the dock at 7pm and arrive back at 9pm LOCATION Cape Water Taxi, Fisherman's Wharf 7 Angler's Road Lewes, DE 19958
  23. Thirty-eight days into the job, the new director of the US Secret Service, Randolph Alles, is getting to know his agency. Alles told reporters Thursday that he's working to grow the Secret Service, including by relaxing the agency's drug policy on marijuana. Instead of a policy that would disqualify an applicant who has used the drug more than a certain number of times, the agency will now use a "whole-person concept" to measure marijuana use, potentially allowing candidates who admit to marijuana use based on the last age at which they used the drug and the amount of time between then and their application to the agency. The Secret Service has two primary missions: To investigate and prevent financial crimes, and to protect the US President as well as former US leaders and their families. The new director acknowledged that around-the-clock shifts and last-minute assignments have affected morale among the force, which now numbers roughly 6,500. He explained he is aiming to boost the ranks to almost 10,000 agents within the next eight years. "We need more people. The mission has changed," Alles said, citing post-9/11 threats that include terror groups like al Qaeda and ISIS, as well has homegrown terrorists. "It's more dynamic and way more dangerous than it has been in years past," Alles said. But despite a change in the drug policy, Alles vowed to keep standards high for agents, saying there is no consideration of downgrading the role of the polygraph in the process, as has been discussed by other federal law enforcement agencies facing staffing droughts. Alles himself was hired, he said, after only meeting with the President once. The interview was the only time Alles has met the President, he said. But many of his officers have certainly become acquainted with Trump, his family and his many properties. Law requires 24-hour protection of members of the President's family, as well as the properties that he could be using, even if no one is inside. "I think between that and the fact that he has a larger family, that's just more stress on the organization. We recognize that," Alles said, and said he's been allocating resources in accordance. Trump has often spent his weekends at Mar-a-Lago, his waterfront property in Florida, as well as his golf course in New Jersey. He hasn't yet made a visit to Camp David, the military installation in Maryland that's acted as a retreat for many presidents in the past. "Obviously we won't be able to dictate his travel," Alles said. "We interface with his staff on how they schedule things and what works better and causes us less resource demands."
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  25. Colorado may prohibit law enforcement officers from assisting in a potential federal marijuana crackdown. The state House voted 56-7 Wednesday to bar public employees from assisting federal agents in "arresting a Colorado citizen for committing an act that is a Colorado constitutional right." The Colorado bill doesn't specifically mention marijuana. But sponsors say it is inspired by threats that federal authorities may try cracking down on the marijuana industry. Federal authorities generally rely on local law enforcement to enforce federal drug law. California lawmakers are considering a similar bill . Colorado is also considering a measure to allow marijuana growers to reclassify recreational pot as medical pot, a gambit to avoid federal seizure of recreational pot plants. The Trump Administration has sent mixed messages on whether a marijuana crackdown is planned.
  26. Vermont Governor Vetoes Marijuana Legalization Bill Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) vetoed a bill Wednesday that would have legalized marijuana for adults in the state, but offered a path forward for the legislation if state lawmakers make a handful of changes to the bill. Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (R) vetoed a bill Wednesday that would have legalized marijuana for adults in the state, but offered a path forward for the legislation if state lawmakers make a handful of changes to the bill. “I think we need to move a little bit slower,” Scott said Wednesday, adding that he’s not opposed to the idea of legalization in the state, but that lawmakers “must get this right.” Scott said he’s going to offer some changes and suggested that he’d be willing to support a revised bill if it addressed his concerns about penalties for the sale of marijuana to minors, more time for a commission to study the prospects for a regulated market, and other safety issues. Wednesday was the governor’s deadline to sign the bill, allow the bill to become law without his signature or veto it. Lawmakers will have the opportunity to address the governor’s concerns about the bill as soon as this summer’s special session. The bill would have allowed adults in Vermont to legally possess as much as an ounce of marijuana flower by mid-2018. Adults would have been able to grow six marijuana plants for personal use, with up to two of them mature at any given time. The bill also would have created a commission to develop a retail marijuana scheme with regulations and taxes similar to the programs already enacted in states that have legalized recreational marijuana. The measure was approved by the state Senate and House earlier this month, making Vermont the first state to ever pass a bill to make marijuana legal through its legislature. Eight states and Washington, D.C., have legalized recreational marijuana in recent years, but all via a ballot referendum. Twenty-nine states, including Vermont in 2004, and D.C. have legalized marijuana for medical purposes. According to a recent poll from Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling, a majority of Vermont voters support allowing people 21 and older to possess and grow a limited amount of marijuana. They also support the state taxing and regulating recreational sales of the plant similarly to alcohol. A New York Times editorial on Wednesday had urged the governor to sign the bill. Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman, who supported the legalization measure, said he was disappointed to see Scott “disregard the will of most Vermonters” by vetoing the bill. “Vermont is now lagging behind other states in the region and is missing opportunities to capture revenue from an underground market that would allow us to address highway safety, drug education and treatment, and other needed state investments to reduce the temptation of drug use,” said Zuckerman, a member of the Progressive Party. Advocates for more progressive marijuana laws in the state also voiced disappointment in the veto, but were optimistic that a compromise bill could take shape soon. “Despite the veto, this is a huge leap forward,” said Matt Simon, New England political director for the Marijuana Policy Project. Tom Angell, chairman of Marijuana Majority, said the veto “likely just amounts to a short delay” and that he’s “very hopeful” the state will become the first in history to end marijuana prohibition by an act of the legislature. “The fact that a bill even ended up on the governor’s desk signals a new phase of the marijuana legalization movement,” Angell said. Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit substance in the U.S., and the trend of states bucking prohibition in favor of legal regulation reflects a broad cultural shift toward greater acceptance of the plant. National support for legalization has risen dramatically in recent years, reaching historic highs in multiple polls. Still, the plant remains illegal under federal law, and those who favor the end of marijuana prohibition in the United States have been concerned about the future of legalization under President Donald Trump.
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