Action Alert: Sign the Petition to Give SB 377 a Public Hearing

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SB 377 is an important piece of legislation wasting away in committee in the Wisconsin Senate. It is a bill that is identical to AB 220 which is currently wasting away in committee at the Assembly level. The Senate committee is comprised of the worst possible group of people to move this bill in the proper direction so we really need your help persuading them to do the right thing. We need to let them know we want the chance to be heard on this bill.

This bill was assigned to the Senate Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety. The members of this committee are:

Please share this petition with everyone you know. This is a statewide petition and it doesn’t matter if anyone who signed the petition is in the committee members district or not. Thank you for your efforts to bring common sense to Wisconsin’s cannabis laws. Your activism is needed and appreciated.

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Alan Rupnick is a citizen activist and volunteer. He is active with several local community based organizations and is the current Executive Director of Northern Wisconsin NORML. A life long resident of Wisconsin, Alan is passionate about ending cannabis prohibition in the state he calls home.

24 Responses

  1. David Lawson
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    Pass it please. It will also help win elections.

    • Michael Schwarzkopf
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      For once listen to your voters .pass this bill.

      • Dana
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        ITS TIME

  2. Michael Velimirovic
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    Please allow Wisconsin to get this ball rolling

  3. Aaron white
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    Wisconsin needs to see the light

  4. Mike Durrant
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    It sure would be nice to be in the top 50% in states to legalize.

  5. Pastor Bert
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    It’s a weed, grows wild, a gift from God…Read Genesis 1:29…
    and it makes you happy, stops stress in its tracks… the medical properties of this plant are amazing and it really helps with the pain of crippling arthritis among many other ailments.. can help the economy and help reduce taxes…removes the burden from the public and provides jobs… I see no reason why Wisconsin would not legalize marijuana… The farmers here need the weed.. give it to them and watch the smiles on many happy faces… and empty the jails for real criminals… Pastor Bert

  6. David Koch
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    It’s well past time we catch up to the rest of the US and the world.

  7. Twyla Koch
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    IT IS TIME. Listen to your constituents.

  8. Erin Marien
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    Recently visited Colorado…they have the right idea! Their state’s economy is thriving!!

  9. Brenda Kraemer
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    Lets get this going– medical mmj helps with LOTS of medical issues!!!

  10. Valerie Husom
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    It’s well past time we catch up to our neighboring states. You will not have regrets.

  11. Nancy Boppre
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    We deserve the same quality of life as the people in 33 plus other states. How many more people have to suffer for their medical issues before Wisconsin passes it. It’s time!!!

  12. bob peffer
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    There are so many ways cannabis can help Wisconsin and its citizens. Let us please create some common sense laws the sooner the better.

  13. Help Generations catch up on a livable life! Help society help themselves!

  14. KEVIN M. KERR
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    the failed war on drugs needs to end. the only thing it’s done is fill the private prison system and ruin peoples lives. just for enjoying a plant that god put on this earth for us to use.

  15. Brad Koch
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    Wisconsinites should not feel like criminals just so we can live a decent life. Please pass this along to all committee members.

    • Christine Richter
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      Yes! thank you

  16. Larry Sellnow
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    Pass this bill and you will generate more tax revenues that could be used for road repairs schools etc. Look at the revenue Colorado has made since they’ve legalized marijuana

  17. Jason A Rops
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    For some of us, it’s medicine. I have Parkinson’s disease and my Dr. My neurologist and my neurosurgeon all recommend marijuana for treating my disease.

  18. Anthony Parks
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    My doctor recommended that marijuana would help me

  19. Tom Sorenson
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    the only relief I get is from MJ. Am disabled from a drunk driver

  20. George Kreuzer
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    It is time we recognize sensible reform.

  21. Kris Kreuzer
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    We know many people who benefit by marijuana reform.

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