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Cannabis Businesswomen To Obama: Stop The Crackdown

Posted on  September 13, 2012 by  News Admin

  National Cannabis Industry Association releases report detailing economic benefits of industry in Colorado The National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA), in conjunction with the Women's CannaBusiness Network, a project it launched earlier this year, today called on President Obama to cease enforcement actions against state-legal medical cannabis providers while the administration reviews its policies to determine whether they are in the public interest. Respected industry businesswomen defended their work and powerfully expressed their frustration with the administration's crackdown. "The women here today are compassionate and courageous leaders," said Jill Lamoureaux, owner of Colorado Dispensary Services. "They are pioneers in alternative medicine. They are job creators and tax revenue generators. They are hear to bring awareness to the Obama administration's reversal on medical marijuana policy and to ask that the Justice Department immediately stop shutting down state-legal businesses that are serving patients, creating jobs and generating tax revenues." Jen Reynolds, a mother of four who will lose her job on Monday because of the actions of the U.S. attorney in Colorado, urged the President to think about the people whom are being affected. "This is not about 'marijuana dealers,' Reynolds said. "This is about medical cannabis patients having a safe and regulated environment in which to purchase their medicine. It is about employees like me, who had the amazing opportunity to help patients alleviate their suffering, while earning a living wage. My center should have been a model for others to follow, not a target for federal action." NCIA also released...