IMMLY PRESS RELEASE: Medical Marijuana Bill To Get Assembly Health Committee Hearing Tuesday Nov. 22: Supporters Plan To Testify
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For Immediate Release: Monday, November 21, 2005
MEDICAL MARIJUANA BILL TO GET ASSEMBLY HEALTH COMMITTEE HEARING TUESDAY NOV. 22: SUPPORTERS PLAN TO TESTIFY
What: Assembly Health Committee Public Hearing for AB-740, Wisconsin`s
current medical marijuana bill.
When: Tuesday Nov. 22, 2005 10:30 a.m.
Where: State Capitol Room 417 North (GAR Hall) Madison.
Mondovi & Madison - Jacki Rickert and Gary Storck will be among Wisconsin patients and supporters testifying Tuesday at a public hearing for Assembly Bill 740, sponsored by Health Committee chair Rep. Gregg Underheim (R-Oshkosh).
This is the first public hearing on a medical marijuana bill in 25 years in Wisconsin. The public is encouraged to come and register in support and/or share compelling testimony in support of medical marijuana. To read the full text of the bill go to http://www.legis.state.wi.us/2005/data/AB740hst.html or www.immly.org.
Also scheduled to testify is federal medical marijuana patient Irvin Rosenfeld, a Florida stockbroker. Rosenfeld has received over 220 pounds of medical marijuana from the federal government since joining the program 23 years ago.
Please come down and watch history being made.
Irvin Rosenfeld: 1-877-447-9625 x120, cell 1-954-536-9011,
Jacki Rickert, 715.926.4950, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gary Storck, 608.241.8922, cell 608.217.4136, email@example.com.
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