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MCLEEP – Medical Cannabis Law Enforcement Education Program

Not every foundation is born out of the intended purpose.

Ours was supposed to be a medical marijuana collective for seriously ill patients.

Our founder Jason D. Andrews was going to be California’s first hemp Farmer.

Jason and Lee Meeting With Orange County

Jason and Lee Meeting With Orange County

In 2010 Jason was Charged with possession and transportation of marijuana.

What is unusual about that? Jason is one of 300 State ID card holding caregivers, amongst a few thousand brave patients and Id card holders in the state. Our Organizations could not get bank accounts to form our legal aid programs and we currently have exhausted our start up funding on legal fees alone.

Patients who are sick are being charged with crimes, so we had to start with law enforcement first for the education program. We have to educate all areas of government until something is changed to protect innocent victims of failed state programs.

In 2007 the Department of Justice reported that there were 1,841,182 drug arrests in the United States; the report also stated that there were more drug abuse arrests than any other category of offenses. Marijuana arrests accounted for 47.4% of the drug abuse arrests. This allows us to estimate that about 872,720 persons were arrested for marijuana offenses. Eighty-nine percent of these arrests were for possession. The 2007 arrest data is even worse than 2006 when 829,627 people were arrested for marijuana (a Project Censored’s top 25 story in 2008). In 2005 there were 786,545 marijuana arrests, meaning that the number of arrests increased by 86K in just two years.This Cause was established because California’s Medical Marijuana Laws have failed. Jason Andrews is a State ID Program Volunteer and state ID caregiver being charged in Orange County. Even with a doctor’s letter and state ID Cards Law Enforcers in Orange County have started a civil rights battle on a group of patients and a non-profit 501c3 Collective. After this first legal battle we plan to help other patients and use this cause to raise awareness and educate people through the development of a Medical Cannabis Law Enforcement Education Program (MCLEEP) to educate Law Enforcent Officers (Orange County Sheriff’s), and Drug Program Educators, and eventually work with at risk youth, and high school students.Californians, Can You afford to give us a Million dollars after have to sue our state for our patients rights and the damages caused. Until our property is returned and charges are dropped, we can only hope that this cause will move toward education and not defense, until then we have to get the word out. Thank You Founders & Patients.


  1. To Help Defend California Patients with a $50,000 Legal Defense Fund
  2. To Establish a Medical Cannabis Law Enforcement Education Program (MCLEEP) to educate Law Enforcent Officers, and Drug Program Educators





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