The final initiative text has been turned in and we expect to start gathering signatures in January 2012. Please see cchhi2012.org for all updates from here...
Full Initiative Text (final)
Robert Raich has given us some suggested improvements to the CCHHI 2012 text. We now have new proposed wording as of 9/20/2011. The changes are minor refinements to Jack Herer's original hemp initiave.
Full Initiative Text
New Article about CCHHI 2012 - 'A Jack Herer-inspired initiative is aiming for the 2012 ballot.'
Check out our new video channel on Youtube, featuring exclusive interviews with Dan Herer, Chris Conrad, Mikki Norris, Heather Fry, Dan Cooper, and Tony Serra!
The Dept. of Hempland Security, which is unfortunately fictitious, breaks down why the number 1 resource on Earth got banned. Also available as a free (and ad free) Android App. "For your global eyes only"
Today marks the 1 year anniversary of Jack Herer's passing. This initiative is for you. This post by Mickey Martin back on October 13th, 2010 is a great tribute.
In celebration of national Hemp Week, One Love Wellness of Sacramento will be hosting the first annual Hemp Festival benefiting the California Hemp & Health Initiative 2012 on Sat May 7, from 10:00am – 8:00pm at its headquarters property located at 1861 El Camino. The public is invited. Admission is free.
One Love Web Site
CCHHI 2012 launch for the Bay Area at Deep Green with our own Michael Jolson, Ed Rosenthal, David Bronner, and much more. This festival is an Earth Day celebration of Cannabis, ecology, and health. Join us there! It takes place in Richmond, CA on April 23rd, 2011.
Deep Green Official Site
CCHHI 2012 launch continues with new web site. This one is serious business, very patriotic. Re-Legalize Hemp!
cchhi2012.org Official Site
Hashbar.tv supports the Jack Herer 2012 Initiative. Check out the video they made.
Videos of the launch of CCHHI 2012 are available on Youtube.
Video 1 - Introducing Richard
Video 2 - Bruce Margolin
Video 3 - Patrick Moore
Video 4 - Michael Jolson
Video 5 - Sarah Newton
Video 6 - Richard Davis
Bruce Margolin Esq., one of the nation's foremost authority's on cannabis law and founder/director of LA NORML (1973) supports the California Cannabis Hemp and Health Initiative 2012! Here is a recent article on this champion for human rights and complete cannabis relegalization..
Apparently the USDA grew Hemp in Arlington Farms for decades, on what is now the site of the Pentagon building. The banning of Hemp is truly a recent and corrupt event which this absurdity proves.
Inaugural event brings hemp movement back to Venice Beach
While the medical marijuana movement is feeling good about how far it’s come in the last decade, another segment of the green movement is waiting for its time in the sun. Weather permitting, that time may come May 15th at the Venice Beach Boardwalk, Windward Recreation Center.
For the first time in U.S. history, more than one of every 100 adults is in jail or prison, according to a new report documenting America's rank as the world's No. 1 incarcerator. It urges states to curtail corrections spending by placing fewer low-risk offenders behind bars. We have been talking about this for years, and many of these are low-risk offenders. It was bad enough previously and now worse than ever, and ruining society. In fact, the California Health and Hemp Initiative 2008 would improve that situation.
We found this 070772.pdf on lao.ca.gov, the Legislative
Analyst's Office for California, which summarizes the fiscal effects of the CCHHI2008 as follows: 1) Savings in the several tens of millions
annually to state and local governments and 2) a potential increase of a few million dollars annually to the state drug abuse program.
Are they serious? We think the benefits will be much greater.
Original PDF link...
Sacramento, Oct. 11th, 2007: For the second year in a row, Gov. Schwarzenegger vetoed a bill to permit industrial cultivation of hemp.
The bill was sponsored by Assemblymen Mark Leno (S.F.) and Chuck DeVore (Irvine). The measure would have established a
demonstration program for state-licensed farmers to cultivate hemp as an economic product. Text of AB 684
Youth Federation recorded off the airwaves.
A new (at the time) Hemp Museum opened its doors at 2017 N. Pacific Ave. in Santa Cruz to let people know that,
far from being a “devil weed,” as Drug War propagandists like to brand it, cannabis hemp is a useful farm crop and
something of a planetary savior. (First article to mention the new initiative.)
According to data released by the DEA, 98 percent of all marijuana plants confiscated in the United States.
And here we thought they were the Drug Enoforcement Agency? Everyone knows you can smoke Hemp all day with no effect.