The Arizona Medical Marijuana Policy Project (AMMPP) is a grassroots organization devoted to passing a medical marijuana initiative in Arizona in November 2010.
Currently, seriously ill people who use marijuana on the advice of their doctor to treat illnesses such as cancer, AIDS, and multiple sclerosis are subject to arrest and imprisonment, simply for trying to stimulate their appetite or alleviate their pain.
We can change this. On November 2, 2010, Arizona voters could have a chance to vote to protect Arizona’s medical marijuana patients from arrest and jail. But voters will not have that chance unless we collect more than 150,000 valid signatures to get the initiative on the ballot.
Our signature drive is now underway! Please volunteer, sign up to collect signatures, or donate today.
We currently have two standing petition turn-in locations where you can get trained and pick up petitions to circulate. You can stop by any time during the following hours. Please set aside an hour to get trained and complete the necessary paperwork.
The current turn-in locations are:
Corner of Mill Ave. and 6th Street
Mondays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Bentley’s Coffee and Tea
On Speedway Blvd. just west of Campbell Ave.
Thursdays from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Please check back with us often for updates about our progress as the campaign develops.
You can also get more information and meet with us directly, every month at the Phoenix NORML meeting!
We can’t win without your help! Thanks for your support!