A horrific story of a young Michigan Driver who was driving under the influence of marijuana with a tragic ending. We must not let this grow worse. Vote NO to legalizing recreational marijuana in Michigan! August 16, 2018: "GREENBUSH TWP. — A Mt. Pleasant woman was driving with marijuana in her system when she struck and killed a 72-year-old man, according to charges in Clinton County. "Tests showed that Sarah Snyder, 25, had THC, the main active ingredient in marijuana, in her system at the time of the May 3 crash. Aaron Coltrane, Snyder's attorney, was not immediately available [...]
The information below is significant. Please make sure you share it with your teachers, neighbors, and families. Students in 9th grade who participate in "vaping" are 4 times more likely to start using marijuana in 11th grade. Ninth graders who use e-cigarettes and hookah are up to four times more likely to use marijuana in 11th grade, CNN reports. The findings come from a study of more than 2,500 teens from 10 public schools in Los Angeles. The study is published in Pediatrics. Click here to read more Paid for with regulated funds by Healthy and Productive Michigan P.O. Box [...]
A Michigan father warns parents: marijuana is way too accessible for our youth. Please read these two articles regarding the heartbreaking story of a Ludington, Michigan Dad who lost his 16-year-old son due to marijuana dabbing. In October 2017, Henry was driving having used marijuana and passed out, hitting a semi-truck. Share this story and make sure other parents are informed: recreational marijuana has dangerous consequences. Michigan citizens must vote no in November to legalize recreational marijuana! Father Warns Parents Father of Teen Who Died Makes Emotional Speech We need your help spreading this message. Join us here. [...]
Michigan man in Calhoun County is finding it difficult to get Realtors and potential buyers to look at his house with his neighbor's marijuana operation. Read the story here. Learn More about the Dangers of Recreational Marijuana
Here is helpful information on recreational marijuana. Be in the know before you vote in Michigan's elections on Tuesday, November 6. You will be asked if you want our state to legalize recreational marijuana. We encourage you to vote no. Share these resources with your network! It is important that we all make informed and educated decisions when we go to the polls. Enjoy these resources - helpful information on recreational marijuana and what legalizing it could mean for our state. Click here to learn more! An incredibly powerful and insightful article on what is taking place in [...]
Congratulations to Jackson, Michigan's "Drug Free Jackson" coalition on their strong stand against recreational marijuana. See the stories here: Drug Free Jackson Adopts Marijuana Resolution Drug Free Jackson Passes Resolution Opposing Legalization of Marijuana Use Click here to find out how you can be part of our effort to STOP the legalization of recreational marijuana in Michigan.
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Legalizing recreational marijuana in Michigan is bad for our business community. Click the link below to find out just how "hazy" this issue really is. Crain's Detroit: "Marijuana, medical and otherwise, is driving employers mad with indecision. Historically, most employers test candidates for drugs before hiring them, and sometimes do spot tests during employment or following a safety incident. But as more and more workers are card-carrying medical marijuana users and with legalized recreational use getting closer to a public vote in the state, Southeast Michigan employers are faced with whether to maintain zero-tolerance drug policies or create more progressive [...]