On April 14, Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley signed a bill into law that will set into motion the process for production and distribution of medical marijuana in the state, adding to the long list of states ignoring federal prohibition, effectively nullifying the unconstitutional federal act in limited medical situations.Details
On Feb. 6, HB1016 or the Cannabis Freedom Act was introduced to nullify federal marijuana prohibition in the state of Maryland. (learn about it here) It was promptly referred to the Judiciary Committee where it will need to pass by majority vote before it is moved to the whole house for consideration. STATUS: HB1016 will…Details
HB1010, a bill that would legalize industrial hemp for production within the state, was introduced on Feb. 6 by Del. Don Dwyer (R-31). It was sent to the Environmental Matters Committee where it will have to be passed by a majority before it is considered for a vote by the whole house.Details
On Jan. 8, HB0076 was introduced to nullify the Common Core curriculum in the state of Maryland. (learn more about it here) It was promptly referred to the Ways and Means Committee where it will need to be passed by a majority before a vote is taken in the whole House.Details
On April 10, the Maryland Senate voted 35-12 to allow marijuana use by prescription. The bill now moves to the House. Fourteen other states currently allow medical marijuana use. California is taking a step further and will allow its voters to choose to legalize marijuana use for all adults on this November’s ballot. Alcohol was…Details
On December 19, 2009 we challenged MD legislators on The Forgotten Men radio show (on 930 WFMD) to introduce 10th Amendment legislation. One sitting MD state Senator called in and committed to it.
Maryland now joins the growing number of States that have introduced non-partisan State Sovereignty resolutions. While a resolution doesn’t carry the force law, it nevertheless delivers a message; A message that firmly supports what the framers intended.Details
Maryland, yes…Maryland, will be added to the list of states where State Sovereignty legislation will be introduced during 2010. Senator Alex Mooney is planning to introduce the legislation on Monday evening (1/18/10) in the MD Senate.Details