Mississippi Bans Marijuana Policy Project From Fundraising
The chances for marijuana legalization in Mississippi suffered a setback recently when the government there banned the Marijuana Policy Project from fundraising in the state.
According a fundraising email from MPP Executive Director Rob Kampia, the state decided to block the group from fundraising because he is a convicted felon. Kampia was convicted of illegally growing marijuana for personal use in 1989 while in college and served three months in prison.
Kampia’s email noted that MPP has suffered other instances of discrimination. Many landlords won’t lease office space to MPP, the IRS has audited the group twice, and their bank
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