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Marijuana Legalization (Grand Rapids)Date:
September 12, 2018
The Sweet House
254 E. Fulton
Grand Rapids, MI 49503 United States
Phone: 616-698-2342 x801
Michael Tuffelmire from MILegalize joins us to discuss the 2018 Ballot Proposal to legalize recreational marijuana in Michigan, and the fight the MILegalize coalition has faced to pursue legalization.
Polls show that over 60 percent of Michigan residents now supports legalization, but MILegalize has fought a long and difficult battle since 2015 to get a recreational marijuana legalization proposal on the ballot. The 2018 proposal is a culmination of the lessons they learned over the past three years, and the text was a collaborative effort by MILegalize and the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol (RMLA) which includes MINORML, the Marijuana Law Section of the State Bar Association, the ACLU, Drug Policy Alliance, Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) and other trade organizations.
Meetings are open to the Public and are held in the Auditorium on the lower level. Please use the door on the south side of the building on the lower level (by parking lot).
After the meeting, join us at Vitale’s Sports Bar, 834 Leonard NE, Grand Rapids, MI to socialize. View Map
The Auditorium is wheelchair accessible via a lift immediately inside and to the left of the lower level door.
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About Michael Tuffelmire
Board Member, MILegalize
Michael Tuffelmire is a Board Member of MI Legalize, a Realtor at Urban Pharm, and an Adjunct Member at Grand Rapids Historical Commission, and a writer for the Rapidian since 2009. He was born and raised in Grand Rapids and graduated from Aquinas College with a Masters of Management and a Masters in Sustainable Business. He is a father, decorated veteran, and community advocate focusing on issues of community safety, smarter government, local history, and neighborhood revitalization.