11/21/2017 Ask for Federal Help – no Cannabis 堅決反對大麻危害社區 — 向聯邦政府尋求幫助

Ask Federal for Help- no Cannabis 堅決反對大麻危害社區 — 向聯邦政府尋求幫助

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Dear Neighbors, Friends, Parents and Workers,
San Francisco is our City. Our Community, Our Voice! You are invited to come and support our RALLY in front of the Attorney General’s Office. We, S.F. local residents have the right to live a happy, healthy and safe living environment. But this cannabis business has been taking a toll on many of our local residents’ life. The sad part is that illegal (@1) activities supported by some local government officials. If local government failed to protect our children, youth and families, we have the right to seek federal help. We believe enough is ENOUGH! No means NO!

Date: Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Time: 12noon to 1pm (Come and spend your lunch hour for a good cause)
Location: 455 Golden Gate Ave./ Polk, Federal Building, Attorney General’s Office

Many of us voted for Prop 215 and Prop 64. But we also have many immigrants can Not vote. Our children and minors can Not vote either. Prop 215 or Prop 64 does not force minors to watch nor take away local residents’ quality life. Prop 215 and Prop 64 are for better regulations! Those who needed can have safe access. Also for those who refused to smoke or use cannabis can continue to have their quality life. We have many cities in California already said no to recreational cannabis. Our current medical cannabis stores will be converted into recreational cannabis stores, we have more than 45 of these stores. Compare to some other cities, S.F. already has too many cannabis stores.
This message is supported and sponsored by many local residents from 11 districts throughout San Francisco. This message is also supported by local children, youth, families, merchants and residents impacted within 300 feet, 600 feet and 1000 feet near cannabis stores. We are victims of illegal activities near 2442 Bayshore Blvd., 5 Leland Ave. 3015 San Bruno Ave, 2505 Noriega St., 2161 Irving St. and other current cannabis stores.

@1. Note: Cannabis is an illegal drug defined by the federal drug administration, no growth, no sell and no smoking. Cannabis business: No loan, no bank account, no insurance will cover. No insurance covers any property owner’s damage. Cannabis business operators can be arrested for illegal activities. Landlords who allowed cannabis operators to sell, smoke or grew in their properties are liable for any damages related to illegal activities. Federal agents can come any time to arrest illegal cannabis activities. Per CNN news, October 2017, CA North Bay fire destroyed cannabis 34 farms, fundraising website was shut down, illegal to do fundraising to help fire victims who grew cannabis. 10/28/2017 Channel five evening news, reported more than 2000 cannabis farms in CA being trashed by the federal agents. Illegal activities will continue to cause burden in our public services and burden to our health care system.