This website is designed as a tool to help educate the citizens of Kentucky on the benefits of Medical Marijuana "cannabis", to unite like-minded people, to change laws, and to stop the discrimination and persecution of our fellow sick and disabled citizens.
On January 4, 2012 Gatewood Galbraith passed away in an untimely death due to asthma and emphysema complications. On January 31, 2012, Senator Perry Clark introduced Senate Bill 129 The Gatewood Galbraith Memorial Medical Marijuana Act in honor of Gatewood Galbraith. On February 2, 2012 the bill was given to the Senate Judiciary Committee. The Chair of the Judiciary Committee, Senator Tom Jensen failed to introduce SB129 and the bill died in committee for the 2012 legislature. On August 16, 2012, Senator Perry Clark released the new Gatewood Galbraith Medical Marijuana Memorial Act. This bill was revised according to the Marijuana Policy Project guidelines. Similar versions of this bill have passed in Vermont, Michigan, Montana, Arizona, Rhode Island, and Delaware. Click here to review all 44 pages of the bill.
To date, 19 states and the District of Columbia (D.C), have legalized Medical Marijuana "cannabis" as an alternative to pharmaceutical medicine. - On November 6 2012 the States of Washington and Colorado Legalized marijuana for recreational use. http://medicalmarijuana.procon.org/view.resource.php?resourceID=000881
Our mission is to educate the citizens of Kentucky about this compassionate medicine and to get the Medical Marijuana bill passed in the 2014 legislative session. In 2013, our goal was to get The Gatewood Galbraith Medical Marijuana Memorial Act passed into law. Unfortunately, due to a short legislative session, there was no time for the medical bill to be heard in committee. However Industrial Hemp Bill (SB 50) did pass the Senate and House committees and became law on April 7, 2013.
This website is dedicated to my buddy Dennis M. and to all the people who have lost or will lose their life needlessly to cancer. Google it, Research it, Educate yourself and Educate others: Spread the word Marijuana (Cannabis) CURES CANCER
**Currently Marijuana is illegal in the state of Kentucky. This website does not advocate the breaking of any laws. Our purpose is to educate the citizens of Kentucky on the medical benefits of marijuana.The facts on this website are a collection of information from various sources throughout the world which include governmental authorities, educational institutions, and research facilities. **