Hi Everyone. I'm Heather Schafer, from Cool California, and I have been involved in the California MMJ movement, turned industry, since 1999. My parent's, Dr. Mollie Fry and Attorney Dale Schafer, opened the 3rd medical recommendation office, in Cool California, in the State in 1999. However it was, and remains to be, the first medical/legal recommendation clinic, offering a legal consultation (and lots of information about how cannabis prohibition came to be) in the State of California. Our home and office were raided, by the DEA, in September of 2011 and this led, unfortunately, to arrest and a federal prison sentence for cultivation of 106 plants (legally grown under California State Law). Anything over 100 plants constitutes a 5-year minimum mandatory sentence and so, to get there, the feds added 3 years of cultivation (20 plants between 3 seriously ill patients) + the 7 plants we had allowed an employee to place on our 28-acre property and about 40 mite-infested plants in the mulch pile. There was a 10 year gap, between the raid and going to prison and, of course, the laws had changed quite a bit so the day after turning our parents over to the BOP, my brother went to work in a dispensary that had, in stock, more plants for sale than we ever had on our property at one time. However, a very important federal amendment, called the Rohrabacher–Farr amendment, was written based upon what happened to my family. Did not stop us from losing the family home, business, all of the retirement and college funds and ultimately my mom's medical license. However, it does prevent that unprecedented type of federal invasion if you are in compliance with your State laws. I have decided to take my experience, and knowledge, and offer it to new (millennial) and returning (55+) cannabis consumers through a free digital cannabis consumer magazine called CannaConsumer Magazine. I invite everyone to read about our story and my dad's personal journey through the prison system in the latest issue of CannaConsumer Magazine. Finally, a note on the Rohrabacher-Farr Amendement. This bill is set to expire in September and thus could refund the DEA to begin raids again. There is a link, in the end of the Cannabis Politics, in the magazine and I encourage anyone and everyone to contact your Representative and HIGHLY encourage them to vote to extend this Amendment and block the raids from returning. Thank you for your time.