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Thursday, July 31, 2014

A VIP reception for Marc Emery at Detroit City Airport in August? Who is Marc Emery and the Importance of Voting


"Marc Emery is coming through Detroit after spending 5 years in Jail for being a florist."

By Richard Clement 

Marc and Jodie Emery
Marc Emery is a Canadian Citizen that has spent the last 5 years in a Federal Jail in Mississippi and Louisiana for selling cannabis seeds in 2005.  His country’s leadership does not want him to come back. However the citizens of his home province dearly want him back.  This man was extradited to the United States at the request of the US Drug Enforcement Agency because he had a lot of American customers that wanted his products.   Now that he is almost home, he will be leaving America via the Detroit/Windsor Tunnel Tuesday August 12th in the morning. 







He is leaving an America when we the people declared an end to the war on weed since the time that he has been incarcerated. Since 2005 31 states have either legalized or have pending legislation on removing Marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act. Therefore “weed the people” of the City of Detroit, State Of Michigan and United States of America would like to give Marc Emery a chance to say goodbye and apology from the People of the United States for; Wasting our monetary resources on the pain that bad policy on Cannabis inflicted on Marc and Jodie Emery. 

We would like the US Marshals to fly Mr. Emery into Detroit City Airport on August 12th where an Official Welcome to Detroit gathering awaits him as he steps off the plane.  This is before he is given a motorcade to Canada via the Detroit/Windsor tunnel. He will be “processed” by the Canadian Security Agency and allowed to go home to Vancouver British Columbia via friends, supporters and, a chartered flight home.

We hope that the Emery family can come back to Detroit and party with us sometime soon. If they do come back, it will be over the new international bridge from Windsor or, purchased duty free cannabis seeds at the duty free shop on the Ambassador Bridge and bringing them to the USA.  When he comes back there will be some fine Sativa waiting for him. To make this change you have to take your bud with you to the ballot box. (Early voting in Detroit until Aug for the primary and October for the general election).. Industrial Hemp grown in Michigan to manufacture products like building materials for homes will create 10,000 jobs for citizens further stimulating the economy. Jails will have to close down because of the removal of prisoners for small drug crimes and, redirecting resources to reduce violent crime and shootings through the teaching of conflict management.


Ryan Basore #16645-040 - Left
Jeremy Duval #46344-039 - Center
Lance Forsberg #16646-040 - Right
FCI Morgantown, Federal Correctional Institution, P.O. Box 1000 Morgantown, WV, 26507
Now that Marc Emery is leaving, we have to work to Free the Lansing Michigan 7 and other drug war prisoners from the same fate.  Before the end of Barack Obama’s term as President, he will remove Marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act and make sure that it never reappears again.

Flying KDET will soon be a reality!


Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Back To School Rally

Q: What's going on?
A: Back to School Rally

Q: Who's invited?
A: All ages invited from Pre-K to 12th Grade

Q: When is it?
A: August 2, 2014 8am-1pm

Q: Where is it?
A: Oak Grove A.M.E. Church 19801 Cherrylawn Detroit, MI 48221

Important Notes:
1. First come, first serve
2. Registration is from 8am to 9am.
3. Sign in required by parent or guardian upon arrival
4. Backpacks/Supplies will be distributed at the conclusion of the event
5. Children MUST attend all workshops to receive backpacks

FEATURING: Food, fun, games, and free school supplies to the first 450 students to register

Online Absentee Voting and Early Voting in person at Wayne County Community College with Free Parking!

DETROIT CITY CLERK WINFREY ANNOUNCES ONLINE APPLICATION PROCESS FOR ABSENTEE BALLOTS
Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey and Michigan Democratic Party Chair Lon Johnson have announced that for the first time in history, Detroit will accept online applications for absentee ballots. Winfrey and Johnson called the project historic, saying it would result in increased access to the ballot in Detroit in 2014. 
There are two ways in which voters can request an Absentee Ballot: beginning Thursday, July 17, they can go to www.detroitballot.com; and starting on Monday, July 21, they can go to the App Store and search Vote for Detroit to download the App.
"This is a proud day for Detroit and a historic day for Michigan," said Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey. "I'm thrilled to announce as clerk that I'll be broadening ballot access for Detroiters through this new program." 
"For the first time ever, Detroiters will be able to request absentee ballots online," said Lon Johnson, Michigan Democratic Party Chair. "Clearly voters of Michigan are adopting absentee voting as a way of casting their ballot - as evidenced by the fact that more than 27 percent of votes cast in Michigan's 2012 election were absentee ballots.”
Once residents request the ballot online the ballot will be mailed.  The last day to request a ballot is Saturday, August 2, at 2 p.m.

Currently it is common practice for many clerks across Michigan to receive requests to vote absentee through a number of secure options, including fax, mail and hand delivery.
Detroit Absentee Walk In Voting Information.
Dates: Monday July 21st until Aug. 4th
Time:  8-4pm Monday Through Saturday
Location:  Wayne County Community College:
Parking: Free.
Cast your ballot in person or take it home with you and mail in.
You can drop off your filled out absentee ballot there also.  Save a stamp!

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Water Access Volunteer Effort (WAVE) Fund Assistance

The Water Access Volunteer Effort (WAVE) Fund provides assistance to low-income families during a crisis by ensuring uninterrupted access to safe drinking water and sanitation services. Since established, WAVE has assisted over 9,100 families and households and has distributed over $2 million toward water bills in the area to help retain services.
Funds are earmarked specifically for payment of water and sewer bills. Contributions are tax deductible and no water and sewer revenues are used.
The maximum allowance for assistance is 50% of the bill up to $500. Customers may receive WAVE Fund help only once in any calendar year. The WAVE Fund assistance must restore service or assure service continuation for at least 30 days. To find out if you qualify for assistance from this program, call (313) 366-8535 or (313) 964-9094.

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