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Humboldt County's small cannabis farmers need your support in the crucial battle to defeat Measure A!
Here's what you need to know:

The Problem: While proponents told the public that Measure A would “support small farmers,” independent analysis has found that Measure A would have “dire consequences” for all cultivators in the county by adding a panoply of new, unworkable restrictions on farmers of all sizes.

The Deception: Measure A's proponents lied to voters by withholding crucial information and deliberately providing false and misleading information during signature-gathering efforts.

On October 11, 2023, seven small cannabis farmers and the Humboldt County Growers Alliance filed a lawsuit against Measure A documenting how proponents of the measure deceived the public and failed to meet legal obligations to truthfully inform voters.

Our Goal: To have a judge find that the petition is illegal and removed from the March 2024 ballot.
We need your support for the campaign to challenge Measure A in court, and to educate voters on the true effects of Measure A on our small farmers, environment, and public safety.

If Measure A were approved by voters in March 2024, it would establish 38 pages of new rules and restrictions applicable to all permitted cultivation in Humboldt County. These regulations were written behind closed doors, without public review, and would effectively reinstate prohibition in Humboldt if passed.

Your donation will help us fight against this initiative and protect Humboldt's world-renowned small farming community. Your contribution goes directly to the "No on Measure A: Committee to Protect Small Farmers sponsored by the Humboldt County Growers Alliance" FPPC # 1459847