- For the PEOPLE, By the PEOPLE With the PEOPLE
NORTHEAST ALTERNATIVes PLEDGE:
Monday, February 17, 2020
420Twenty20 - In Store
Monday, February 17, 2020
999 William S Canning Blvd, Fall River, MA 02721, USA
"We are hosting our friends from 1milliontees in store to help them reach their goal of selling 1 million -tshirts www.420twenty20.com to support the under served members of the cannabis community"
Our belief is that, we make no delineation amongst users of our precious plant for medical or recreational. All users of this wonderful plant receive a medicinal purpose from the plant and have been for many years. Whether you indulge for the shear relaxation and reflection or pain management of other ailments. Our Motto: We are a Networking community of Inclusion For the PEOPLE, By the PEOPLE, With the PEOPLE
53% of the Massachusetts population voted “YES” on question 4 for recreational marijuana in 2017. It has now been (3) three years in the making and the industry still does not reflect the will of the commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Voters. The time is now to come together and collectively take our industry and the direction in which it is moving BACK.
Felons Need Employment
"Restrictions on licensesure for convicted criminals are justified, because according to regulators and law enforcement, it reduces the likelihood that the legal industry will be used for a criminal enterprises."
[When evaluating any regulation, one should consider if the supposed benefits outweigh any unintended consequences. For criminal conviction restrictions, one must consider whether the potential reduction of crime in the legal marijuana market, is beneficial, to make it worth the reduction in employment opportunities.]
We are here to HELP you
In 2017,* (53%) of Massachusett residents voted “YES” on question 4 (recreational marijuana), (3) three years and (3) three million commonwealth of Massachusetts’s VOTERS later, the cannabis industry still lacks representation, quality products/services, and limited accasbility due to lengthy processesing times. The application process is long and tedious. We are here for YOU.
social networking and enjoyment
All WORK and no PLAY is not HEALTHY
420 Housing (wake & bake) Infused Meals (celeberty chefs) SmokeyAokey DISABILITY socials 420 (office space) 420 (meeting & conference space) WINGO social RAINBOW social VETERANS Appreciation Day Community Outreach & Education 420 Massage/Spa & Yoga 420 Movie Maddness 420 Weddings/Birthdays/Holidays 420 Paint night 420 Trivia night 420 Crafts night
420 Pet friendly
President The President of any organization is a crucial role and this is certainly true of any private members only club. It’s the position that is at the helm of the club and steers its future direction.
The Treasurer is a key role with responsibility for managing the club’s accounts, finances receiving, keeping, and disbursing revenues.The executive financial officer of the club.
The Club Secretary/Clerk is a pivotal role. It is the central point of club administration, handling all club correspondence. It is a high profile role that has a major impact on the efficient and effective management of the club.
To ensure that equity, and equal opportunity is established, maintained and developed throughout the organization.
420 is the community given number to represent the discretion most people used, to part-take in cannabis during prohibition. Now that cannabis is legal in Massachusetts, we still face the difficulty of over incarceration legislation, that does not promote getting into the legal market and slow to no roll out of black and brown owned dispensaries or social consumption lounges.
420 (April 2020) approaching community members are looking to continue to spread the knowledge of cannabis while breaking the stigma that goes along with the prohibition area
Four major leaders in the cannabis community, Mass Cannabis Networking Club, MassCann, Minorities for Medical Marijuana, and Patriots for Veterans have come together to create the 420 Twenty20 Event Series for the month of April. We have chosen Roxbury (District 7) due to its historical presences in Boston as well as our attempt to help heel a community disproportionately impacted by the war on the drugs.