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the worst bud i've seen in years. i'd had more complaints about Maggie's farm than any other center in the last 12 months. bad bud. bad service. bad business.
most of my clients compare the experience of Maggie's farm to a trip to the DMV.
they have the only RMJ in El Paso county; but to offer swag bud and treat people like cattle and then charge them like tourist is not my idea of a good business model.
our great nation was founded on life, liberty, the constitution and the bill of rights.
cannabis clubs deserve the sames rights as other private social clubs to exercise those rights: privacy, peaceful assembly and in Colorado the right to consume cannabis as an adult.
these rights shall not be infringed. it seems clear that some bad apples have soured the city administration, city council and the current executive branch.
but the wrongs of few shall not condemn the rights of many.
"The Bill of Rights lists specific Prohibitions on Governmental Power. One of the many points of contention between Federalists and Anti-Federalists was the Constitution’s lack of a bill of rights that would place specific LIMITS on government power."
no government has the RIGHT to deny peaceful assembly, private gatherings, expression and in CO cannabis consumption.
do NOT let government take the rights that we fought so hard for away.
Join the party. Tuesday-Saturday with new hours 10am-Midnight @ America's Original Cannabis Club: www.StudioA64.com. Your home for cannabis rights, politics, parties and more.
After 990 days, I leave Studio A64 in the hands of my fellow patriots and partners, Capt. Abner "Voodoo" Marrero, Janine "J9" Lee Choung, the new managing partner, Ambur Rose.
I will depart for a national tour to work with legislators, activist, and fellow patriots to end cannabis prohibition across this great nation.
Studio A64 was founded by cannabis rights advocate, KC Stark, and singer songwriter, Greg Benson. Studio A64 opened its doors on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14th, 2013 in the historical downtown district of Colorado Springs.
Studio A64 quickly became a hub for artists, musicians, comedians, poets, politicians and advocates to meet, practice their art, and petition their government for a more perfect union of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It was not easy.
Studio A64 faced over 79 years of reefer madness and local threats from those in power that didn’t see cannabis consumers as equal. “If we are separate - we are not equal, therefore, we must have a place where Americans can gather and enjoy cannabis.” KC Stark
Over the next few years, Studio A64 and its members faced two public hearings; "I’m not here to beg for your acceptance — I demand it," KC Stark told Council, adding later: "You cannot take away my right, period. You are overstepping your authority.”
Studio A64 went on to win the appeals with planning and zoning (7-2) and city council approval (5-3.)
"On April 22, 2014, the City Council heard and denied the City of Colorado Springs Administration's appeal," wrote Peter Wysocki, the head of Planning. "The Notice and Order [to cease and desist] has been overturned and Studio A64 is no longer required to comply with the stipulations set forth therein."
Together, we did the impossible! Winning against all odds in historical fashion Studio A64 become America’s 1st licensed and approved Cannabis Club!
On September 22, 2015, Colorado Springs’ City Council passed a moratorium on new cannabis clubs in Colorado Springs (7-2) and and therefore grandfathering Studio A64 into the history books once again.
Today, I salute you! Without you, this would be for not. You, me, and we the people that make this nation great. Thank you for joining us.
Welcome to the Benevolent Order of the Buffalo, Studio A64.
America’s Original Cannabis Club - Inhale Responsibly!
thanks for the memories. it's been a long time in the making. soon, we shall end prohibition and set this nation on a new path of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Marijuana is safer than birth control. http://ow.ly/StpIv
nice work, Mr. Griffin. the arc of liberty slowly marches on. join us tonight to celebrate at America's Original Cannabis Club, www.StudioA64.com. open Canna Mic Nights. let freedom ring.
great article. thanks. the times are a'changing.
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