A series of interviews with community activists, officials and doctors in Colorado reveals a plethora of broken promises to voters so as to legalize marijuana.
CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 31, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — On Thursday, November 6, at 7pm, the Foundation for a Drug-Free World (FDFW) Florida chapter will hold another screening in their center on N. Fort Harrison Avenue of the groundbreaking and award-winning documentary that the marijuana industry doesn’t want you to see: Marijuana X.
Taking place in the state of Colorado, through a series of interviews with local community activists, officials, doctors, neighbors and even homeless, independent filmmaker, Michael DeLeon reveals a plethora of broken promises made to Colorado voters in order to legalize marijuana. The promises broken were so severe that DeLeon had to remake the documentary twice after the marijuana industry bribed the people he interviewed to not speak out against marijuana in an attempt to suppress the truth.
“While the debate on legalization in Florida presses on, legal does not equal safe,” says Julieta Santagostino, president of the FDFW Florida chapter. “Marijuana has 400 chemicals in it. Some being the same ones found in cigarettes that cause cancer. And cigarettes are legal but there is no debate about the fact that smoking is a health risk.”
As part of their educational and preventative mission, FDFW has put together booklets containing factual information on the most commonly abused drugs, and in this case, marijuana. Anyone can order free copies of these booklets or read them online at www.drugfreeworld.org.
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About Foundation for a Drug-Free World:
The Foundation for a Drug-Free World is a nonprofit organization that educates youth and the community on the truth about drugs so they can make the right decision to live drug-free. The Church of Scientology is a sponsor of the program making it possible for the Foundation to provide educational materials at no cost to educators, law enforcement and the community. Humanitarian and founder of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard, said, “The single most destructive element present in our current culture is drugs.”
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