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Tell Senate to Say 'No' to SB 289: Zero-Tolerance Drugged-DUI MeasureEric Salerno Salem-News.com
The bill would outlaw driving with ANY detectable amount of cannabis in your blood system.
(SACRAMENTO, CA) - What you are hearing could happen to you or someone you love or know.
We need your help to notify the public about the danger of SB 289: Zero-Tolerance Drugged-DUI Measure. (Download the flier here)
Hearings on Senator Correa's SB 289: Zero-Tolerance Drugged-DUI Measure are set for April 23rd before the State Senate Public Safety Committee. The bill would outlaw driving with ANY detectable amount of cannabis in your blood system.
THC stays in your blood system for a month or more. Under the influence from smoking a joint is an hour or two. SB 289: Zero-Tolerance Drugged-DUI Measure was written wrong.
This is what we at Sacramento NORML are doing to stop SB 289: Zero-Tolerance Drugged-DUI Measure.
Every Radio Station in California (643 stations) is receiving two 60 second (1 English 1 Spanish) commercials. These are professionally formatted and ready to go on the air.
We are asking the stations to run these as public service announcements.
We have put together media news packages and we are sending them to:
83 California Daily Newspapers
310 California Weekly Newspapers
114 California TV Stations
643 California Radio Stations
Plus all the wire services
This is what you can do to stop SB 289: Zero-Tolerance Drugged-DUI Measure.
TELL THE STATE SENATE TO SAY NO TO SB 289: Zero-Tolerance Drugged-DUI Measure.
Call, Email or Write to the
KEY SENATORS (Public Safety Committee):
Chair Loni Hancock Oakland - Berkeley
Sen. Marty Block - San Diego
Sen. Kevin De Leon - East LA, Alhambra, San Marino
Sen. Carol Liu - Glendale, S. Pasadena, Burbank, Claremont, San Dimas, Monrovia
Sen. Darrell Steinberg - Sacramento
Sen. Joel Anderson - Murrieta - Temecula - E. San Diego
Sen. Steve Knight - Palmdale - Lancaster - Victorville - Apple Valley
And / Or
Call your favorite media and get them to talk about it.
and SHARE THIS EVERYWHERE
Be Well, Eric L. Salerno
Eric Salerno is a Salem-News.com writer from Butte County, California. His background is with State and Federal Agencies assisting in recovery efforts in disaster stricken states.
In 2008 he began advocating for medical marijuana in his home state. This journey began after the supervisors in his district of Butte County enacted a moratorium on legal Prop. 215 patients rights to access and grow their own medicine. He was one of only 10 people to show up at the meeting and voice his concerns with their actions.
That year a coalition of mores than 300 residents was formed and a Vote NO on measure A campaign began. These residents of Butte County united to stop the interference of the county.
This campaign was successful with a large voter drive initiative and media campaign securing 55% of the voters saying NO on measure A.
Today Eric works endlessly from Southern California to Northern California advising and implementing political tactics, to ensure every Californian has the right to access legal safe medicine under the law.
You can write to Eric at this address: Ericsalerno@sbcglobal.net
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