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Not Clearly Pro or Con to the question "Should Marijuana Be a Medical Option?"
"Granite Staters is working to push the presidential candidates to take strong, public, positive positions on medical marijuana during the primary campaign in New Hampshire. Specifically, we are working to get each candidate to commit to ending the federal raids on medical marijuana patients if elected presidents."
Granite Staters for Medical Marijuana website (accessed Sep. 20, 2007)
Organizations/VIPs/Others Individuals and organizations that do not fit into the other star categories.
"Granite Staters, a project of the Marijuana Policy Project, worked to push the presidential candidates in both major parties to take strong, public, positive positions on medical marijuana during the 2007-2008 primary campaign in New Hampshire.
As a result of GSMM's work, 10 of the major party presidential candidates pledged to end federal attacks on medical marijuana patients and caregivers."
Homepage, granitestaters.com (accessed Mar. 5, 2009)
Neal Barnard, MD, President
# of Offices:
One (Manchester, NH)
# of Staff:
Marijuana Policy Project
Phone: 603-703-1411 Fax: None found Email: None found Website: None found