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Bonser for Assembly, flyer 4/25/14

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Help us be more prosperous and free: more private rights, water to farms and cities first, tort reform to lower health care cost, prevent wild fires, collect and use methane as a fuel, bring back …

Help us be more prosperous and free: more private rights, water to farms and cities first, tort reform to lower health care cost, prevent wild fires, collect and use methane as a fuel, bring back cellophane, recognize the difference between hemp and marijuana. Repeal AB32. Exempt farmers from taxes.

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  • Hemp makes biodegradable PLASTIC.
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  • Hemp destroys marijuana. An acre of Hemp makes 4.1 times more paper than an acre of trees.
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  • You can make whiskey from corn but you can't get corn from whiskey. You can make hemp from marijuana but you can't make marijuana from hemp.
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  • Old Iron Sides was refurbished with sails made of FLAX ! The United States Department. of Agriculture. made a short film called, 'Hemp for Victory' ! Not Flax for Victory. Hemp was effectively outlawed by the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937. However in 1942 the U.S.D.A. asked patriotic farmers to grow Hemp to help win WWII. Even though flax was never outlawed, 'Hemp for Victory' by the U.S.D.A. says, 'Old Iron Sides sailed the seas victorious, with her hempen shrouds and her hempen sails.' Hemp can make PLASTIC called, Cellophane. All hemp products are nontoxic and biodegradable.
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  • STOP THE WAR ON DRUGS ! ! !
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  • 1. Libertarian for Assembly Janice Marlae Bonser Candidate for: California State Assembly, District 8 Occupation: Businesswoman Dear Voter, I am a Libertarian and Libertarians don’t believe in taxes. We believe in trade, especially by small businesses. And we believe in private property because the more private property we have the more we have to trade. So to be more prosperous and free, • We need more private property and private property rights. • We need to deliver water to California farms and cities first and help the delta smelt second. • We need tort reform to lower malpractice insurance cost for doctors. Health care providers need to advertise their prices and compete for patient business with lower costs and better service. • We need better management of federal land in California to help prevent wild fires. The federal government withholds half of California from state or private land management. • We need to repeal the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (AB 32) because this California law conflicts with federal air regulations and slows down and stops the building of biodigesters. Biodigesters produce natural gas, water, cellulose and sterilized organic fertilizer that looks like clear jello. Biodigesters also prevent e-coli poisoning, salmonella poisoning, weed seeds, spontaneous combustion, green house gas emissions and bad smells. Blame the bad smell of cow farms on AB32. In fact, blame AB32 for fires started by spontaneous combustion of cow dung piles. • We need to bring back cellophane, a non-toxic biodegradable plastic made from the cellulose of plants, and a branch of applied chemistry called “chemurgy,” the use of agricultural raw materials to make industrial products. • We need to recognize that there are differences between hemp and marijuana. Hemp can’t make us high! Flowering fields of hemp destroy THC (the drug in marijuana) within ten miles by cross-pollination. Presidential debates were held at Hempstead, New York. Why would we name cities after marijuana? Yet federal law, commencing with the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937, outlaws hemp as if it’s marijuana. The February 1938 issue of Popular Mechanics Magazine reported on a new “decorticator” machine designed to remove the fiber-bearing cortex from the rest of the stalk. “American farmers are promised a new cash crop with an annual value of several hundred million dollars, all because a machine has been invented which solves a problem more than 6,000 years old.” “[Hemp fiber] is used to produce more than 5,000 textile products, ranging from rope to fine lace, and the woody “hurds” remaining after the fiber has been removed contain more than seventy-seven per cent cellulose, and can be used to produce more than 25,000 products, from dynamite to Cellophane.” “Federal regulations now being drawn up require registration of hemp growers, and tentative proposals for preventing narcotic production are rather stringent. However, the connection of hemp as a crop and marijuana seems to be exaggerated.” – New Billion Dollar Crop, Popular Mechanics, February, 1938
  • 2. To supply American hemp during WWII, farmers who grew hemp and their sons didn’t have to go to war. The U.S. Department of Agriculture produced a 13-minute film on hemp. “Long ago when these ancient Grecian temples were new, hemp was already old in the service of mankind.” “But now with Philippine and East Indian sources of hemp in the hands of the Japanese, and shipment of jute from India curtailed, American hemp must meet the needs of our Army and Navy as well as of our industry. In 1942, patriotic farmers at the government's request planted 36,000 acres of seed hemp, an increase of several thousand percent.” “This is hemp seed. Be careful how you use it. For to grow hemp legally you must have a federal registration and tax stamp.” – Hemp for Victory, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1942 I was 32 when I lost my home because of marijuana prohibition. I was 34 when I saw Hemp for Victory, and I got mad! Schools never taught me that America would never have been discovered if it had not been for hemp sails, hemp rope, hemp gruel, etc. When I learned that hemp makes 4.1 times more paper per acre than an acre of trees, I bought 500 sheets of hemp paper for $77. Hemp is imported. That is why it is so expensive. My math was bad; so I thought if I sold the hemp paper for 10 cents a sheet, I would get my money back and make a small profit. And just like that, there were 13 dimes at my feet! So I treated my daughters to rides on the horse machine outside the grocery store. So now when I find a dime, I think of GOD and FREEDOM. Honor and protect more private property rights. Exempt California farmers from taxation. Repeal AB 32. Tell the cigarette companies to get their butts off the ground. As your Assemblywoman, I will bring more choices to California. Please vote for me and tell your friends too. Hemp for Victory! Sincerely, Janice M. Bonser libertyhemp13@yahoo.com (916) 879-2528 25 April 2014 Paid for by Janice M. Bonser

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