November 2016 Newsletter

HELLO EVERYONE


Fredonia Deliveries: Fredonia Deliveries are scheduled for the second Monday of every month. The next Scheduled delivery will be on November 14th. We will be calling patients one week prior to delivery to place orders. Please call in your order no later than Saturday November 12th 928-645-0222.

Hours of Operation: 9AM-6PM Monday-Friday, Saturday 9AM-5PM. closed Sunday. (In town deliveries- Monday-Friday 10AM-5PM and Saturday 10AM-4PM.)

Dr.Redwine Page dates: November 6th & 7th. All consultations will be held at the Courtyard Marriot Hotel. Call to schedule an appointment. 480-948-2008

Dispensary News: November is NO SHAVE NOVEMBER. To celebrate at KRx, we are putting multiple strains on special. See store for details. BLACK FRIDAY specials will be released later this month. Stay tuned for details.

Other News:

Colorado Officials politely ask AZ’s anit-marijuana group to stop lying in Prop 205 campaign commercials.

Per the Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol, a group of elected officials from Colorado has sent a letter to the leaders of the anti-Proposition 205 group disputing the information (or misinformation) touted in the anti-marijuana campaign of Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy.

The letter was sent to Seth Leibsohn and Sheila Polk, leaders of Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy, by Colorado Sen. Pat Steadman and Reps. Millie Hamner and Jonathan Singer.

I'll let you read it and decide.

What you'll come away with, I'd guess, is that the self-proclaimed Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy aren't so dedicated to responsible campaigning. But we knew that, already.

Here's the letter:

Dear Mr. Leibsohn and Ms. Polk:

It has been brought to our attention that your committee has produced and aired television ads that convey inaccurate and misleading statements about Colorado’s experience with regulating and taxing marijuana for adult use.
Specifically, your ad titled “Empty Promises” features a former Colorado local school official saying, “We were promised millions of new revenues for our schools, but they were empty words.” It also features a Colorado school principal saying, “Politicians spent more money on regulation and bureaucracy than in the classroom.” Similarly, in your ad titled “Mistake,” former Denver mayor Wellington Webb says, “We were promised new money for education. Instead, that money is going to regulation and the pot industry.”

The proponents of the initiative you are opposing and members of the Arizona media have raised questions about the validity of these claims. We have also heard from Colorado residents who read or saw stories about these ads in our local media outlets and were confused by the claims that they make.

As members of the Colorado Legislature who played intimate roles in the budgeting and appropriation of marijuana tax revenues, we feel it is our duty to set the record straight so that voters in both states have accurate information about this subject.

We can say with certainty that the claims about Colorado marijuana tax revenues featured in your committee’s ads range from highly misleading to wholly inaccurate. As you can see in the attached issue brief provided by Colorado Legislative Council staff and fact sheet produced by the Colorado Department of Education:

• Of the approximately $220.8 million in total marijuana tax revenue distributions made in FY 2015-16 and FY 2016-17, more than $138.3 million was distributed to the Colorado Department of Education to benefit Colorado schools. This far exceeds the amount that was distributed for the purposes of regulating marijuana, which included $15.8 to the Department of Revenue, $2.4 million to the Department of Agriculture, $2.8 million to the Department of Law, and less than $500,000 to the Governor’s Office of Marijuana Coordination.

• Of those funds, $114.9 million was distributed to the Building Excellent Schools Today (BEST) public school construction program. When Colorado voters adopted Amendment 64, they were promised a tax on wholesale marijuana transfers would raise $40 million per year for the BEST program. That tax raised more than $40 million in the last fiscal year, resulting in $40 million for the BEST program in FY 2016-17, plus an additional $5.7 million for Colorado’s Public School Fund.

• In addition to the funds raised for the BEST program and the Public-School Fund, more than $5.5 million was used to increase the presence of health professionals in our schools, and more than $4.3 million was used for health-related programs in schools. In addition, $2.9 million was used for drop-out prevention programs, and $2.9 million was used for school bullying prevention and education.

It is also worth noting that more than $1.5 million in marijuana tax funds were distributed to the Department of Public Health and Environment to conduct the Healthy Kids Colorado Survey, which is the most comprehensive survey of our state’s middle and high school students. As you can see in the attached fact sheet from that department, the survey’s findings contradict the claim that “marijuana use among our students soared,” which is made in your ad titled “Empty Promises.” Rates of teen use have remained relatively unchanged since 2009 and are in line with the national average. In fact, they were slightly lower last year than they were prior to legalization. We respectfully request that you stop airing or otherwise publishing campaign ads that contradict these facts. We also trust they will be reflected in any of your future communications to Arizona voters regarding Colorado’s experience with regulating and taxing marijuana for adult use.

Sincerely,
Rep. Jonathan Singer
Member, Colorado House Appropriations Committee

Rep. Millie Hamner
Chair, Colorado Joint Budget Committee
Vice Chair, Colorado House Appropriations Committee

Sen. Pat Steadman
Member, Colorado Joint Budget Committee
Member, Colorado Senate Appropriations Committee
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Sources- AZCENTRAL.COM AND CANNABISRESEARCH.COM

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October 2016 Newsletter

HELLO EVERYONE

Fredonia Deliveries: Fredonia Deliveries are scheduled for the second Monday of every month. The next Scheduled delivery will be on October 10th. We will be calling patients one week prior to delivery to place orders. Please call in your order no later than Saturday October 8th 928-645-0222.

October 2016 Deliveries

 

Hours of Operation: 9AM-6PM Monday-Friday, Saturday 9AM-5PM. closed Sunday. (In town deliveries- Monday-Friday 10AM-5PM and Saturday 10AM-4PM.)

Dr.Redwine Page dates: October 9th & 10th and November 6th & 7th. All consultations will be held at the Courtyard Marriot Hotel. Call to schedule an appointment. 480-948-2008

Dispensary News: October is Breast Cancer Awareness, and to celebrate, KRx is having a huge special on Blue Dream flower all month long! Call or see store for details.

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Other News:

Medical Cannabis 2016: New Benefits of Medicinal Marijuana

Cancer is the second most common cause of death in the U.S. resulting in at least 584,881 deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Recent animal studies show that marijuana extracts can help kill certain cancer cells and even reduce the size of some of them. But, marijuana is still illegal in several states. The number of people who’ve died due to an overdose of marijuana? None.

The National Institute on Drug Abuse describes medical marijuana as “using the whole unprocessed marijuana plant or its basic extracts to treat a disease or symptom.” The Food and Drug Administration has, however, neither approved nor recognized the drug as medicine. So far, 25 states have approved the usage of medical marijuana.

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August 2016 Dispensary Newsletter

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Fredonia Deliveries: Fredonia Deliveries are scheduled for the second Monday of every month. The next Scheduled delivery will be on August 8th. We will be calling patients one week prior to delivery to place orders. Please call in your order no later than Saturday August 6th 928-645-0222 

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Hours of Operation: 9AM-6PM Monday-Friday, Saturday 9AM-5PM. Closed Sunday. (In town deliveries- Monday-Friday 10AM-5PM and Saturday 10AM-4PM.) 

Dr. Redwine; Page, AZ Dates: August 7th & 8th and September 11th & 12th. All consultations will be held at the Courtyard Marriot Hotel. Call to schedule an appointment. 480-948-2008  

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Other News:

Poll: Arizona voters likely to reject recreational marijuana initiative

PHOENIX — Arizonans may get to decide in the November election whether to legalize recreational marijuana in the state. Supporters of a campaign to legalize marijuana for recreational use submitted 258,582 petition signatures to the Secretary of State’s office in late June. They need 150,642 valid signatures to put the measure on the November 8 election ballot.

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September 2016 Newsletter

HELLO EVERYONE

Fredonia Deliveries: Fredonia Deliveries are scheduled for the second Monday of every month. The next Scheduled delivery will be on September 12th. We will be calling patients one week prior to delivery to place orders. Please call in your order no later than Saturday September 10th 928-645-0222

Fredonia Deliveries

 

Hours of Operation: 9AM-6PM Monday-Friday, Saturday 9AM-5PM. Closed Sunday. (In town deliveries- Monday-Friday 10AM-5PM and Saturday 10AM-4PM)

Dr. Redwine Page dates: September 11th & 12th. All consultations will be held at the Courtyard Marriot Hotel. Call to schedule an appointment. 480-948-2008

Other News:

PHOENIX - Before long, recreational marijuana could be legal in Arizona.

Proposition 205, which would legalize marijuana in the state, passed a legal hurdle last week when a judge rejected a challenge to the initiative by anti-legalization group Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy.

The initiative's opponents, including the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry, are planning to appeal the decision,

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July 2016 Newsletter

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HELLO EVERYONE
 
Fredonia Deliveries: We will be scheduling Fredonia Deliveries for the second Monday of every month. The next scheduled delivery will be July 11th. We will be calling patients one week prior to place orders. Please call in your orders no later than Saturday July 9th 928-645-0222
 
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 9am-6pm and Saturday 9am-5pm. (In town deliveries Monday-Friday 10am-5pm & Saturday 10am-4pm.)
 
Dr. Redwine Page Dates: July 10th & July 11th, August 7th & 8th, and September 11th & 12th. All consultations will be held at the Courtyard Marriot. Call to schedule appointment 480-948-2008.
 
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Bay 11 is a potent sativa strain with some moderate indica effects. Its, dense, pale, buds are coated it amber resin with a sweet fruity aroma that initiates immediate relaxation. A favorite strain for patients needing daytime relief, Bay 11 eases pain while boosting appetite. This is truly an amazing Sativa strain of medical cannabis, because of its ability to cut through to what ails you. Bay 11 is quickly becoming a collective favorite among all medical cannabis patients. 
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