• I-182 MUST WIN this November

    A small group of patients gathered last week outside the Mazurek building in Helena. Tayln Lang of Stevensville, Kati Wetch of Billings, and David Lewis of Clinton shared their stories with the media, and hand delivered over 1,000+ signatures to the office of Attorney General, Tim Fox, urging him to delay the implementation of SB 423. 

    Tayln, David and Kati stood up for every Montana medical marijuana patient and bravely shared their hearts – their words and stories make you ‘feel’ when you hear them and remind you why we must stick together, especially now.

    Every supporter of I-182 has a story about why this initiative is important to you. The common thread between all of us is that we all believe I-182 MUST WIN this November. The initiative is the way forward and the way to make sure that patients have access to their medicine and ensures that Montana has a workable and accountable medical marijuana law.