IF YOU NEED AN OHIO ATTORNEY, CALL TIMOTHY A. SMITH, ESQ
513-293-8666 ...........www.lawyertimsmith.com

IF YOU NEED A KENTUCKY ATTORNEY,
CALL NICHOLAS D. SUMME
859-491-7999
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CITIZEN'S FOR A SAFER CINCINNATI MAINTAINS THIS PAGE FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ON THE HISTORY OF CINCINNATI'S FAILED ATTEMP TO CRIMINALIZE MARIJUANA POSSESSION.
TO BE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS AGAIN, WE SUPPORT
POLITICAL CANDIDATES WHO SUPPORT ENDING THE
WAR ON CANNABIS AND CITIZENS WHO USE IT.

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CITIZEN'S FOR A SAFER CINCINNATI ARE ENDORSING
THE OHIO CANNABIS RIGHTS AMENDMENT!
The Amendment, that would legalize Medical Marijuana & Hemp
in Ohio, is sponsored by the Ohio Rights Group & is
gathering signatures to place the Amendment on 2014's ballot.

For more info or to volunteer, please go to www.ohiorights.org.

Willie Nelson & TeaPot Party Endorsement Audio Clip 1
Willie Nelson & TeaPot Party Endorsement Audio Clip 2
Willie Nelson & TeaPot Party Endorsement Audio Clip 3
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GREAT NEWS FOR CINCINNATI, OHIO! IN THEIR NEW BUDGET FOR 2011
CITY COUNCIL HAS REPEALED THE MARIJUANA ORDINANCE!

In a 5-4 vote the Council voted on a budget for 2011 that included a line item "Repeal City only Jailable offenses". Since Ordinance 910-23 is a City only Ordinance, it is officially lifted.

news.cincinnati.com/article/www.wcpo.com/dpp/news/
PLEASE CLICK OUR 'CONTACT CITY COUNCIL' LINK TO THANK THE COUNCIL MEMBERS WHO VOTED FOR IT INCLUDING COUNCILMAN THOMAS WHO PUSHED THE ORDINANCE THROUGH IN '06 & ALMOST DIDN'T VOTE FOR IT BUT BECAME THE DECIDING 5th VOTE!

Ordinance 910-23 - A Dangerous Law

Ordinance 910-23 was passed in March, 2006 by Cincinnati City Council. One of the goals of this law was to reduce the number of handguns on the streets of Cincinnati. Exactly the opposite has happened.

Since this law went into effect:

  • The number of firearms seized by the police has decreased by 20%. - Chart
  • The number of handguns used in crimes has increased by 56% - Chart
  • The number of firearms used in crimes has increased by 102% - Chart

Ordinance 910-23 has not only failed in its goal of getting more handguns off the streets, our city is less safe than before this law went into effect.

Our Goal

Citizens for a Safer Cincinnati plans to present the above data to Cincinnati City Council and ask that they repeal Ordinance 910-23 to make Cincinnati safer.