Welcome to PATIENTS WITHOUT TIME

 

Our wish for the NEW YEAR 2019 is that all of Hawaii’s medical cannabis patients will have an ample supply of their cannabis medications.

As we begin the New Year, the heart-breaking reality is that thousands of Hawaii’s registered patients still suffer without access to the natural cannabis remedies that could help them.

 

PROTECT YOUR RIGHT TO GROW!

 

 

PWT has been working to help patients acquire their cannabis medications since 2003, but sadly thousands of patients still suffer needlessly based on the racially-prejudice-corporate-manipulated cannabis prohibition. Much more work needs to be done in 2019!

 

In 2009, the Hawaii legislature honored PATIENTS WITHOUT TIME for helping Hawaii’s medical marijuana patients acquire their cannabis. However in 2015, the lawmakers compassion was replaced by corporate greed, and lawmakers passed Act 241 creating a “seed to sale” corporate cannabis monopoly. Hawaii’s disabled veterans, and most seriously ill patients, cannot afford their “pay to play” system.

 

Hawaii’s “Big 8” medical cannabis monopoly $ystem and Hawaii’s lawmakers have concentrated their efforts on making it fast, easy, and expensive for tourists to buy cannabis from the dispensaries, disregarding the original purpose of the compassionate legislation.

 

Hawaii’s governor vetoed a bill, which would have allowed cannabis to treat PTSD. Our disabled veterans fought for freedom; it is shameful to arrest them for treating their PTSD with cannabis! While many states are legalizing cannabis, unbelievably, cannabis arrest rates continue to rise to fill prisons for profit!

 

Please, join PWT in 2019, to educate and enlighten folks to the true values of cannabis, and to passionately protest against the unjust Cannabis Prohibition. We will enthusiastically lobby for cannabis legalization bills, which will protect the thousands of small family businesses that have been operating “under the radar” for generations.

 

We shall remain dedicated to ensuring that all of Hawaii’s veterans, patients, and caregivers will always maintain the right to grow medical cannabis plants, and process their own cannabis remedies.

 

In Hawaii, Patient's Have the Right to Grow Medical Cannabis at Home

Landlords are not allowed to discriminate against registered cannabis patients, according to HI Rev Stat § 521-39 (2015). If you have a 329 card, you have the right to grow up to 10 cannabis plants, unless you sign an agreement not to. If you are a registered cannabis patient and have been denied the right to grow your medical cannabis plants you may file complaints with the Hawaii Civil Rights Commission and the Regulated Industries Complaints Office (RICO).

 

Know your rights and responsibilities as a registered cannabis patient. Read more>


PWT founder coerced from his home for growing medical cannabis. Read more>

 

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PWT working for cannabis patients rights in Hawaii since 2004.

We introduced the Sustainable Family Farm Act in 2009, with a vision of transforming Hawaii's world famous cannabis industry from a black-market economy into a legal network of small family farms and businesses that promote prosperous, peaceful and harmonious community life, while supporting local farmers and the aina's self-sufficiency and self-sustainability.


 

 

PWT Director's Necessity Motion was denied, and he was sent to jail, and thousands of Hawaii's seriously ill cannabis patients are still being denied legal access to medical cannabis in 2018.

 

PWT founder coerced from his home for growing medical cannabis
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"It’s time to tax it (cannabis), regulate it, make the money off of it ... and make the money for us, for the farmer.
~ Willie Nelson, April, 2010

Willie Nelson joined Patients Without Time to make a statement in support of legal cannabis. Willie Nelson said he became a registered medical marijuana patient, and joined PATIENTS WITHOUT TIME, "run by old Brian Murphy, who used to be out of Virginia," to make a statement, because he believed cannabis should be legal. Adding "it wan't a problem finding (marijuana) over there in Maui," but whether it's medical or spiritual or personal or anything else, Willie has always been for legalizing marijuana regardless of why you're using it.

 



CALL TO ACTION: Please join Willie, and 1,000's of other PWT members and cannabis advocates across the state to: Stand up, speak out, and join the statewide campaign to send 1,000's of emails to Hawaii's lawmakers telling them to LEGALIZE CANNABIS.

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Hawaii Legislature Congratulates PWT


The STATE OF HAWAII issued a certification to PATIENTS WITHOUT TIME thanking PWT for assisting over a thousand of Hawai'i's certified medical marijuana patients with the "acquisition" of their medical marijuana.


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