Legalize Marijuana Money, not just Marijuana

The UnitedStatesofGanja believes in democracy and our rights as citizens of the United States. Fundamentally we believe in the right to vote and determine our destiny, as outlined in the Constitution codified by our founding fathers. Therefore we do not believe in our votes being rendered meaningless by subsequent amending and abolishing laws that mold civil liberties into political agendas.

Case in point: As of Spring 2021 there are just 13 U.S. States which still practice the prohibition system of the past. Of the 39 States which have voted to legalize the trade in one form or another, one of the earliest converts was the District of Columbia itself, where this “Federal Government” sit’s. Apparently this entity believes itself to be above the will of the people otherwise how can such a system be allowed to exist in America? How can America continue to preach equality amongst all american’s while continuing with this prohibition system openly discriminating against a minority in a minority of states. Once prevalent in all 52 states it’s now down to the same amount America started with when the original 13 colonies banded together. How few more until us Americans are allowed to be free?”

The UnitedStatesofGanja seeks to change this system.  We are collecting signatures to force the Federal Government to respect the vote and grant full legal status to Marijuana, or Ganja as it is known in the language of its native land, and to allow entrepreneurs to be allowed legitimate access to the banking system as is standard for any other legal entity.


Legitimize the Money

Sign the petition below to help end the injustice. Please inform your friends and colleagues.

Legalize Marijuana Money

Legalize Marijuana Money, not just Marijuana 

Fact: Money related to marijuana is still being criminalized by the Federal Government despite an overwhelming majority of States having voted to legalize the trade. Adding insult to injury, one of the states to vote for legalization is Washington D.C. itself, the state the Federal Government resides in. Irrespective of the will of the people, the Federal Government chooses to keep up the fight and continues to categorize cannabis as a Schedule 1 Drug.

Solution:Colorado has introduced some of the most progressive initiatives relative to legitimizing the industry including House Bill 14-1398 permitting cannabis credit co-ops in 2014 along with the Secure and Fair Enforcement of Banking Act in 2017.

We demand that the Federal Government honor these efforts and give up the fight against Ganja. Cannabis entrepreneurs must be free.

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