[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KD-QZ-S1KE]YouTube - BostonFreedomRally.Com Call To Action: Framingham, Methuen, Quincy, MA.[/ame] City and town officials across the state are scrambling to pass RE-CRIMINALIZATION BY-LAWS that would make pot smokers criminals again. Quincy, Framingham, and Milford are already very close to passing these measures. Worcester city counsil was the first to vote on it, we won in Worcester. Will your town follow? Check out The 2009 Boston Freedom Rally: Saturday, September 20, 2009 and MassCann: The Massachusetts Cannabis Reform Coalition: The Massachusetts chapter of NORML for the latest news! Tell your town governments to keep marijuana DECRIMINALIZED and not RECRIMINALIZED! Be there with us this Tuesday Night, 7PM on the streets in front of Quincy City Hall and then inside for the city counsil hearing! Featuring Mike C, Scott Gacek, Oak Lonetree and Girls4Ganja at 4am in Waltham, Miss Micaela and So Fine Sara. Music: MC Exposition "The Movement" Exposition on MySpace Music - Free Streaming MP3s, Pictures & Music Downloads Quincy City Council: RECRIMINALIZATION HEARING PROTEST 1305 Hancock St, Quincy, Massachusetts 02169 Date: Tuesday, January 20, 2009 Time: 7:00 - 8:00 pm By MBTA: Red Line (Braintree Train) to Quincy Center. City Hall is behind the T Station on Hancock Street. Despite the 63% margin of voters who said "yes" to Question 2, Quincy will be looking to RECRIMINALIZE MARIJUANA on Tuesday, January 20, when they meet at 7pm. If they are successful, Quincy will be the first town in Massachusetts to do so since Question 2 passed. This could open the door to more towns following suit. Last week, the Worcester city council voted 7-4 AGAINST recriminalizing marijuana. If it is defeated in Quincy, it will show lawmakers across the state that decriminalization was the right choice, and that the voters knew what they were doing when they said "YES." DONT LET YOUR VOICE GET SILENCED BY THE "REEFER MADNESS MENTALITY" OF YOUR LOCAL GOVERNMENT. Come stand with our brothers and sisters in Quincy, and lets end this recriminalization movement now.