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Make your voice heard in the upcoming hearings in Florida regarding medical marijuana regulation

The Department of Health has proposed rules for Amendment 2

Here is an article about the proposed Department of Health Hearings.

February 6-9, 2017 staff members from the DOH Office of Compassionate Use are visiting five Florida cities. The tour is an effort by the Department to fulfill the public comment requirements.  

Anyone can make a comment about the implementation of Amendment 2 through the Departments’ online form found here. 

If you are passionate about ensuring patients have safe, legal access to cannabis, consider attending and speaking at a meeting near you.

Items to speak out about!

  • Changing the definition of caregiver – Any close blood relative should be allowed to act as a caregiver without a background check. A level 1 background check won’t exclude a con artist or swindler from becoming a caregiver and extorting a patient, unless the rules exempt people convicted of fraud or elder abuse. 
  • Don’t ask Doctors to order specific quantities of cannabis. The proposed rules require doctors to “order” specific quantities of cannabis, which is too much like an unlawful prescription and puts doctors at risk under federal law. If doctors don’t participate, patients won’t be able to enroll.
  • Let the doctor make the decision if cannabis is right for the patient. The proposed rules give the Florida Board of Medicine — not the patient’s doctor — the ability to determine whether the patient’s condition is “substantially similar” to those listed in the amendment.
  • Ensure doctors can re-authorize our recommendation every 45-days without a subsequent visit! Patients can’t afford to pay a doctor, often out of pocket, every 45-days just to stay on the registry.

When preparing to speak, here are some things to consider. 

  • Know what you’re talking about. Read the proposed rules carefully and look up the references. 
  • The DOH can only implement the laws as written in the Constitution or written in Florida Statute. Make sure you understand the difference and speak to what DOH can actually do. Here is the full statute as it exists.
  • Don’t try to cover more than one or two items when you speak. Pick your point, have your facts on hand and make it relevant.
  • There will be forms available before the meeting, get there early and fill one out. Your statement becomes part of the official record and the information you provide is public.
  • Your time will be limited to three minutes or less. If enough people ask to speak you could get one minute. Get to your point quickly.
  • Don’t waste time introducing yourself. They have your form. Get to your point quickly.

Here are the times and locations of the public hearings. You don’t have to attend to be heard.


Remember, everyone can comment through
this online form.

Feb 62:00 pm Office of Compassionate Use Public Hearing – Duval County Health Department, 900 University Blvd. North in Jacksonville

Feb 710:00 am – Office of Compassionate Use Public Hearing – Broward County Health Department, 780 SW 24th Street in Fort Lauderdale

Feb 89:00 am – Office of Compassionate Use Public Hearing – Florida Department of Health, Tampa Branch Laboratory, 3602 Spectrum Blvd.

Feb 86:00 pm – Office of Compassionate Use Public Hearing – Orange County Health Department, 6102 Lake Ellenor Drive in Orlando

Feb 94:00 pm – Office of Compassionate Use Public Hearing – Betty Easley Conference Center, 4075 Esplanade Way, Room 148 in Tallahassee.

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Take Action: help stop the essential ban of Kratom!

We have some great news that needs urgent action BY 5pm ET TUESDAY! We, with our lobbyist’s help, have found some champions in Congress to write a bipartisan “Dear Colleague” letter asking the DEA to slow down this process. Featured Image -- 3019

The letter asks, among other things, that the Director of OMB and Acting Director of the DEA delay a final decision on the placement of Kratom as a schedule I, provide ample time for public comment on this significant decision, and resolve any inconsistencies with other Federal Agencies regarding the use of Kratom.

So this is what we need you to do!!! Find your Rep here and e-mail them over the weekend! http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/ Then use the number below to call YOUR representative first thing Monday morning. Tell them you are a responsible adult consumer of Kratom for help with ______ (ailment) and ask that they please contact Congressman Pocan’s office to sign-on to the Pocan/Salmon Dear Colleague letter on this issue.

Click HERE to view this hope-inspiring video that will help organize your phone call in order to relieve any ‘phone call anxiety‘.

Read Paul Kemp’s full explanation of the scenario HERE!

SEND YOUR CALLS, LETTERS & TESTIMONIALS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE!!

Loretta Lynch can single handedly stop this ban:
https://www.justice.gov/contact-us

Kratom Proponents Present 120,000-Signature Petition To White House To Stop DEA Rush To Ban Coffee-Like Herb In U.S., Seek Opportunity To Comment

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WASHINGTON, D.C.  — Organizers of a march and rally in Lafayette Park here on September 13, 2016, presented the Obama White House with a “We The People” petition signed by 120,000 Americans opposed to a rushed and unjustified effort by the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to effectively ban as early as October 1, 2016 a coffee-like natural herb that has been used safely for hundreds of years. Organizers of the protest event want the DEA to allow for a full and open comment period from medical experts and the public.

Under the ill-considered DEA action, the herb kratom would be placed on an emergencykratom basis in the same drug classification as heroin and LSD, even though (1) there is no documented evidence of a kratom “public health threat” and (2) hundreds of thousands of Americans make use of the herb with no ill effect.  For more information about kratom…

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Why you should raise the stakes

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It might be the result of all the news lately about surveillance and privacy concerns, but here’s a pretty darn good idea which I’d like for you to consider…

What do you think would happen if I were to follow you with a camera crew 24 hours a day, 7 days a week while you went for your goals?

I bet 3 things would immediately take place…

1. You would START doing the things you know you
need to do.

2. You would STOP doing the things you know you
shouldn’t be doing.

3. You would build MASSIVE momentum and make
monumental performance gains.

THIS IS ALL possible by raising the stakes and enforcing greater levels of accountability.

Accountability serves and protects your character, credibility and commitments. It ensures that what you want to accomplish gets accomplished.

With that reality in mind, I wanted to share with you an exciting opportunity to achieve every goal you set, to enforce ultimate accountability, and show you how to start the second quarter focused and fired up.

Gary Ryan Blair, otherwise known as The Goals Guy, has put together a radical approach to goal setting and performance enhancement that truly is simply…OUTSTANDING!

It’s called the 100 Day Challenge and by acting fast, you can snag an outstanding Manifesto and free video series that over-delivers in a big way.

In my opinion, the report itself is worth its weight as it shows you how to create radical results – fast!

…and the video series ain’t too shabby either.

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An Open Letter to Palm Beach County Commissioners regarding Public Safety and Processed Meats

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Good Morning Palm Beach County Commissioners,
Nearly every commission meeting I attend and watch, you often impose bans and warning signs at establishments in the name of “public safety” and “public health.”
Earlier this year you imposed health warnings where kratom is being sold/served. Since now we know processed meats are a health hazard, when will you be imposing health warning signs where processed meats are sold and served? When will @PBCGov require warning signs where processed meats are being sold? http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/10/26/health/meat-cancer-who-report.html
As well, we also know some french fries (depending how they are prepared) are dangerous. What ordinances do you plan to impose on businesses in the name of “public safety” and “public health?” http://time.com/3896083/french-fries-potato/
I do request a response.
Thank you,
Karl Dickey
UPDATE:
I heard from Commissioner Abrams. And below is my response:
“The purpose of my email was to show the absurdity of the ordinance for kratom. I was not seriously advocating for informational or warning signs for processed meat. I still think you should rescind the kratom ordinance.”

Primary Advocate Groups Will Be At International Canna Pro Expo

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Steve Edmonds supports hemp and cannabis legalization and is running for Florida House in District 28.

The International Canna Pro Expo will be taking place from October 2 – 4, 2015, at Caribe Royal All-Suite Hotel & Convention Center. The organizers for the event are excited to announce that it will be open to the public, not just those in the medical field, and the upcoming event will host the 3 primary advocate groups driving petitions in the state of Florida on medical marijuana and recreational marijuana.  These are as follows:  United for Care, Florida CAN and Regulate Florida.

Candidate for State House of Representatives District 28  Steve Edmonds stated,  “I am so encouraged by the citizen engagement regarding cannabis. There are multiple petitions calling for the medical or recreational availability. I think it would be an outstanding message to send to  Tallahassee and our political leaders that the citizens of the state  want control of their own bodies. The more that make the ballot, the  stronger our movement is.”

For many years, marijuana has been considered a Schedule 1 controlled substance. As such, opportunities for study in the United States have been severely limited. Now, changing laws and eager medical professionals have contributed to a significant amount of research in recent years that will help to incorporate the countless benefits of the herb into modern medicine.

This event will focus on bringing together skilled professionals within the business and medical fields. It’s also expected that they will discuss the implications and implementations of medical marijuana. The agenda includes topics ranging from PTSD, cancer, anxiety disorders, and even movement disorders.

Attendees can expect to hear testimonies from patients that benefit by medical marijuana. Providers, which have studied the many positive effects of marijuana within the health occupations industry, will grace those in attendance with a great deal of information and experience. There will also be ample time for networking opportunities. More information can be found at http://InternationalCannaProExpo.com .

The International Canna Pro Expo offers a platform where health care and business professionals, patients, and the general public can convene to network and learn about the science of medical cannabis.