CANNABIS CULTURE - My last blog left off with two high hopes: I wanted to get on the Rhode Island Republican Presidential Primary Ballot as a Ron Paul Delegate to the Republican National Convention this August in Tampa, and I also wanted to see the decriminalization of small amounts of marijuana for adults in RI. I'm thrilled to report that both my hopes materialized – with a bit of a Rhode Island twist of course!
Browsing: Catharine Leach
Catharine Leach is married and has two boys, age 2 and 8. She has a good job with a federal contractor and smokes pot most every day.
I wish I could take credit for the catchy demand titling my blog today; however, it was a phrase I heard in my car driving home from work on a RI Talk Radio station, WPRO.
I traveled the weekend of October 28 – 30 to visit Marc Emery in the "Medium Security" prison he's being held at in Yazoo City, Mississippi. Marc gets out in July 2014 with his good time credit.
Seated before the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday, Catharine Leach of Warwick described herself as a wife, a mother and a PTA member.
On May 24 I testified during a Rhode Island Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on S0270, the Marijuana Decriminalization bill.
As I sit writing, my mind wanders back to April 19, while I was at Benny’s getting some poster boards for my signs I was making for April 20.
This is more than a campaign for one man in prison. This is a campaign for all those who have had their freedom taken away for a plant that brings relief and treatment to millions.
January 4th, 2011 we in Rhode Island had a special WaterFire torch lighting ceremony in Downtown Providence to commemorate the inauguration of Governor-elect Lincoln Chafee, State Attorney General-elect Peter Kilmartin, Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis, Lt. Gov. Elizabeth H. Roberts, and General Treasurer-elect Gina Raimondo.
Thanksgiving has already come and gone; my sons will both have birthdays the week before Christmas and there is only a handful of days left until Christmas itself.