Thursday, November 3, 2011

Alabama Medical Marijuana Coalition's Christmas Toy Drive

Tuesday, November 1 at 1:30pm - December 16 at 11:30pm

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Alabama Medical Marijuana Coalition is proud to announce that we will be accepting new unwrapped toys for our "Christmas Toy Drive," at any of our upcoming events between now and the AMMJC Christmas Party on Friday December 16th.

AMMJC and Young Americans for Liberty at Alabama/LSU

Alabama Medical Marijuana Coalition's Chickasabogue Picnic

AMMJC Christmas Party:

You can donate cash and we will buy the toys. Just go to our "toy drive" campaign page. All donations to this link will go to buy toys for the children of Alabama.

These toys will brighten the lives of Alabama children this holiday season and we urge you to support us in our effort.

Note: AMMJC will distribute these toys to local police departments and local charities to enhance their toy drives.

If you wish to ship a toy to AMMJC, please send the toy to:

AMMJC Toy Drive
144 County Road 821
Cullman, AL 35057


AMMJC Toy Drive
1874 Trailridge Drive
Pelham, Al. 35124

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Ron and Chris on The Michael Hart Show. |

Alabama Medical Marijuana Coalition Co-Presidents Ron Crumpton and Chris Butts, and K.L. Brown appearing on The Michael Hart Show.

Ron and Chris on The Michael Hart Show. |

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Anniston Star - Rep K L Brown plans to introduce medical marijuana bill in Montgomery

Before Rep. K.L. Brown’s sister succumbed to breast cancer 25 years ago, she used medicinal marijuana to ease her suffering.

Brown now wants legislation to provide similar relief to other chronically ill Alabama patients.

A Republican of Jacksonville, Brown said Friday that he will sponsor a bill during the 2012 legislative session to legalize medicinal marijuana in Alabama.

Anniston Star - Rep K L Brown plans to introduce medical marijuana bill in Montgomery

Thursday, July 21, 2011

AMMJC Picnic: To tell you the truth, I could not be happier!

This past weekend, we held an event at Germania Springs Park in Jacksonville Alabama. We were able to spend time with many of our patients and supporters. Thanks to the Anniston Star, AMMJC staff and patients who were able to spread the truth about medical marijuana to the masses, and Representative K.L. Brown (R- Jacksonville) had an excellent conversation with us about his involvement and the future of medical marijuana in Alabama.

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Friday, February 18, 2011

Ala. constitutional reform is needed - UAB Kaleidoscope

When you consider that the constitution only allows the legislature to meet for 30 meeting days within a period of 105 calendar days, it is not hard to see why Alabama faces so many hardships.
Ala. constitutional reform is needed - UAB Kaleidoscope