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House Judiciary Committee Hearing on HB 1250

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HB 11-11250: The Medical Marijuana Edibles Ban
March 1, 2011
State Capitol Building, Old Supreme Court Chambers, Denver, CO

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Rep. Cincy Acree, the sponsor of HB1250, parades non-medicated props purchased at Target to mimic the "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" that law enforcement swears is flooding Colorado school yards. This misdirection confused even the Associated Press, who falsely reported that the actual "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" were in the Capitol that day.

Rep. Cincy Acree, the sponsor of HB1250, parades non-medicated props purchased at Target as a substitute for the "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" that law enforcement swears is flooding Colorado school yards.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Gardner looks down on the non-medicated props purchased at Target as a substitute for the "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" that law enforcement swears is flooding Colorado school yards.

 

Rep. Cincy Acree, the sponsor of HB1250, sits with Matt Cook, representative of the Department of Revenue, beside her non-medicated props purchased at Target as a substitute for the "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" that law enforcement swears is flooding Colorado school yards.

Rep. Cincy Acree, the sponsor of HB1250, sits with Matt Cook, representative of the Department of Revenue, beside her non-medicated props purchased at Target as a substitute for the "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" that law enforcement swears is flooding Colorado school yards.

Rep. Cincy Acree's non-medicated props purchased at Target as a substitute for the "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" that law enforcement swears is flooding Colorado school yards. This includes Cap'n Crunch cereal made by Quaker Oats, Sparkling Lime Soda made by Izze of Boulder, Colorado, and Crispy Marshmallow Bites made by Archer Farms (a Target brand).

 

 

Rep. Cincy Acree, the sponsor of HB1250, parades non-medicated props purchased at Target to mimic the "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" that law enforcement swears is flooding Colorado school yards. This misdirection confused even the Associated Press, who falsely reported that the actual "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" were in the Capitol that day.

Matt Cook, representative of the Department of Revenue, sits beside Rep. Acree's non-medicated props purchased at Target as a substitute for the "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" that law enforcement swears is flooding Colorado school yards.

Rep. Cincy Acree, the sponsor of HB1250, parades non-medicated props purchased at Target to mimic the "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" that law enforcement swears is flooding Colorado school yards. This misdirection confused even the Associated Press, who falsely reported that the actual "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" were in the Capitol that day.

 

The Colorado Drug Investigators Association had given a letter to Committee members that morning with photographs of "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal", claiming that these were showing up on Colorado school grounds and being marketed to children. However the "Pot Tarts" photograph came from a DEA bust in California in 1986, and the "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" photograph was a T-shirt design and was never documented to be a real product by anyone.

The Colorado Drug Investigators Association had given a letter to Committee members that morning with photographs of "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal", claiming that these were showing up on Colorado school grounds and being marketed to children. However the "Pot Tarts" photograph came from a DEA bust in California in 1986, and the "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" photograph was a T-shirt design and was never documented to be a real product by anyone.

Attorney Robert J. Corry Jr. reads the letter from the Colorado Drug Investigators Association to Committee members that morning with photographs of "Pot Tarts" and "Cap'n Chronic Cereal", claiming that these were showing up on Colorado school grounds and being marketed to children. However the "Pot Tarts" photograph came from a DEA bust in California in 1986, and the "Cap'n Chronic Cereal" photograph was a T-shirt design and was never documented to be a real product by anyone.

 

 


House Judiciary Committee Hearing on HB1250


House Judiciary Committee Hearing on HB1250


House Judiciary Committee Hearing on HB1250

 


Cannabis Activist and Community Organizer Miguel Lopez at House Judiciary Committee Hearing on HB1250

 

 

 

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