Returning home from Humboldt, February updates from xCannabis

We cut our vacation early to come home from Humboldt Co.
Kimi’s grandma Gene passed away and we are trying to make arrangements to get her there to be at the funeral.

I will be attending the WA NORML either way.  Here is the press release that I got in my email:

Washington NORML For Immediate Press Release
Revised Location for the Spokane kickoff: Please note that the community building address for the Sensible Washington Campaign will be at 35 W. Main.

The Washington State Chapter

of the

National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws

“…Government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the Earth.” – Abraham Lincoln

Washington State NORML proudly endorses I-1068

“The ballot initiative to repeal criminal penalties for adult marijuana use and cultivation in our state”

Sponsored by: Sensible Washington

Sensible Washington: Spokane Kickoff Meeting
Where:Community Building (35 West Main)
Date: Wednesday, February 10
Time: 7-8 pm

It’s almost Go Time for I-1068, the ballot initiative to repeal criminal penalties for adult marijuana use and cultivation in our state. Within a week, the Attorney General will have approved the initiative title and we can begin to gather signatures to qualify for the ballot.

We need to be organized and ready for when that moment comes.

This campaign comes down to three core ideas:

1. Stop wasting tens of millions of tax dollars a year punishing decent people for choosing a substance less addictive than coffee and less harmful than alcohol and tobacco
2. Show medical marijuana patients the compassion they deserve by letting them focus on their health — not property seizures and court dates
3. Let Washington farmers increase the value of their land by growing industrial hemp

The campaign is counting on at least 80,000 supporter signatures from Eastern Washington alone — a goal that will only be met if enough of us raise our hands and say: “Yes — I won’t sit on the sidelines. I’m a part of this movement.”

Come to the Community Building on Wednesday, February 10 to meet other supporters, enjoy some light snacks and hear from a campaign rep about what you can do to help. Please visit and let us know whether you can make it so we can plan for the right group size.

See you there!

Community Building (35 West Main)
Click Here for a map

Wednesday, February 10
Time: 7-8 pm

Renata Rollins
Eastern Washington Field Director
Sensible Washington


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We also wanted to report that we found a Red/Rednosed pittbull in Redway WA.  The dog was being cared for partially by the Brass Rail hotel.  But she was infested with ticks, and sleeping by the highway in some bushes by the sidewalk.
She has been missing from a week to two weeks by the looks of her minor injuries including a broken/bleeding toenail.

We are caring for her here in Spokane, we put an ad on Craigslist in Humboldt Co and we brought her to the Animal Shelter in McKinleyville.   We didn’t want to leave her at the shelter because they already had a lot of homeless pitt bulls. 
We didn’t want to see her get euthanized.

We intend on making a near future visit to Southern California to visit a dispensary who ordered services from us.  So if this is your dog, or if you know someone who lost her, please send me an email describing her, and please leave a way to get in contact with the owner and we can make arrangement to return in next month.

UPDATE: We have found the owner of the dog that we found! She is driving 900 miles one way to come pick her up. She is glad that we didn’t leave her at the shelter, because pitt bull have such a high kill rate at a shelter.

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