As Attorney General Martha Coakley continues to speak out against the legalization of medical marijuana in Massachusetts, supporters of the initiative are beginning to speak out against her “reefer madness” in a manner that cannot and will not be ignored.
The coalition is urging fellow Mass. residents who are sick and tired of Coakley’s confusion-causing opinions on medical marijuana to join them for Operation: Occupy Martha “Reefer Madness” Coakley.
The protest will begin at 100 Cambridge Street (Coakley’s office) and will continue walking to One Ashburton Place, another Attorney General office, to protest “her continuing bout of reefer madness.”
Coakley’s office certified the question for the November ballot, which would make Massachusetts the 17th state in the country to legalize medical marijuana.
“My position is if this passes as a ballot question it’s going to cause a huge headache making sure it’s not abused,” Coakley said earlier this month during her monthly appearance on WTKK-FM.
Better start brushing’ up on the art of massage:
This is a call to Mass. citizens to bring signs, cameras and friends and let Coakley and candidates such as Joe Kennedy and Elizabeth Warren know that the public is largely in favor of medical marijuana policy reform, according to the April 21st Two Hotheads on Cannabis show.
This is the first protest of this sort, although there will be others.
Oh yes, there will be others.