Oklahoma burns down native Hemp crops says Senator Connie Johnson

Oklahoma Senator Connie Johnson speaks of agricultural impact of decriminalization of Marijuana as Oklahoma burns down Hemp which is the state’s’ 2nd most native crop. Oklahoma used to be the LEADING manufacturer of rope. Hemp grows between the concrete in Oklahoma says Senator Johnson.

Senator Connie Johnson is the leading advocate for marijuana legalization for Oklahoma, who got this discussion going.  Johnson is a candidate for US Senate to replace Senator Tom Coburn (who is retiring).

Video recorded on May 28, 2014 at Oklahoma State Capital Bldg, 2300 N. Lincoln, OKC, OK, at Medical Marijuana Petition rally.

2014 political candidates – Oklahoma. Whose FOR or AGAINST Marijuana Legalization

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GOVERNOR

LT GOVERNOR

US SENATE

US SENATE
(due to Early Retirement  Tom Coburn)

US CONGRESS
(There are 5 US Congressional Districts in Oklahoma)

Oklahoma Politicians – Whose FOR or AGAINST legalization of Marijuana

Oklahomans Fired up Ready to Go marching on Wash DC event at Okla State Capital

Oklahomans fired up & ready to go marching on Wash DC at Oklahoma State Capital on 8-24-2013 to not only commemorate Martin Luther King’s 50th anniversary of the “I have a Dream” Speech, but to also bring public awareness to racial disparity in treatment in the criminal justice system,  stand your ground law, low wages and their advocacy for obamacare.

NAACP Marches on Oklahoma State Capital. Esprit de corps! Watch out Gov Fallin.

While NAACP Nationals & many other Americans on 8-24-2013 were participating in the march on Washington DC, the Oklahoma NAACP was on the front line leading marchers to the Oklahoma state capital building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to not only commemorate Martin Luther King’s 50th anniversary of the “I have a Dream” Speech, but to also bring public awareness to racial disparity in treatment in the criminal justice system, dangers of stand your ground law, low wages, need for obamacares.

NAACP members marched behind their NAACP state president who seemed to persevered with each step on a walking cane.  The members led jodie-chant “United We Stand” while carrying the NAACP unit colors behind him.   Esprit de corps is always a good thing to have before entering battle.

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