PENNSYLVANIA: Marijuana activists rallied in West Chester to advocate for cannabis reform, on the corner of High and Market street.
“What we’re here to do is talk about all aspects of cannabis reform in the state,” said Les Stark. Stark was one of the rally’s organizers, and the executive director of the Keystone Cannabis Coalition.
“We want a legal regulated market. We think the farmers of Chester County should be growing hemp. Peoples’ lives are being ruined and destroyed, we think it is wrong to continue to arrest and imprison for marijuana offences,” stated Stark.
Several activists smoked some marijuana at the rally.