If the nice folks at Revelry are doing anything in particular to support the local Gullah community, perhaps the City Paper should mention it. As your story stands, it looks like a classic case of cultural and economic appropriation, or a thoughtlessly named brew at the very least.
Finally, some progress from our legislators.
You can help make sure this bill gets passed by signing our SC Medical Marijuana Petition online:
Can someone try to explain the conservative stance against medical marijuana to me?
As far as I can tell, they seem to think that big government sucks, except when they are getting between you and your doctor and negatively impacting your health, well-being and personal freedom.
So really, are they morons or just hypocritical a**holes?
Either way, you can fight back at:
Thanks to the City Paper and Greg Baynes for focusing on the medical marijuana issue here in SC.
The issue is steadily gaining ground across the state and there is a simple way for all of us to make ourselves heard on the issue.
The SC MEDICAL MARIJUANA MOVEMENT has launched a STATE-WIDE PETITION campaign that will support legislator Todd Rutherford's efforts to get a medical marijuana bill passed.
PLEASE SIGN & SHARE:
There are a number of different individuals and groups across the state working on this cause.
We are trying to bring them all together effectively and can with your help.
Kudos to Representative Todd Rutherford for standing up for suffering patients who could benefit from medical marijuana.
Marijuana is good medicine. Doctors have figured this out and one day soon our politicians will too.
If you'd like to encourage them to pick up the pace, please sign our online petition and support the SC Medical Marijuana Movement: http://www.facebook.com/gotmedicine
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