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Raich ruling is handed down and
places the onus on Congress, Attorney General tells law
enforcement to defend and enforce state law, Alameda County
regulating dispensaries, Sonoma DA policy reduced plant
count but not quantities, San Francisco considers SAN-style
ordinance, Dispensaries open throughout the state.
Progress report on SAN campaign, Statewide reform
conference set, Oakland's Measure Z wins with 65% approval,
California Appelate Court rulings update including Wright,
Arbacauskas, Spark and Bearman decisions, Raich case argued,
still waiting on Supreme Court decision, Dispensaries and
right to obtain.
Introducing our handbook, Cannabis
Yields and Dosage. The tool you need to, explain
federal studies, practical realities and legal
circumstances. The centerpiede is the model SAN guidelines.
How to use it, how to download it, how to order it. Also CHP
taken to task for not complying with state law.
Local SAN updates. City and
county reports on progress throughout the state, from
Humboldt to San Diego. Also reports on state and private
agencies that refuse to abide by state law, and the governor
vetoes a cleanup bill that had gotten mixed reviews from
DEA injunction, collectives and
SB 420 clean up bill. Humboldt County's medical
marijuana taskforce vindicated the SAN guidelines and is
recommending the Board of Supervisors to back them. Angel
Raich and the WAMM collectiveboth get injunctions against
DEA raids on their gardens, and collectives are taking root
all over the state.
Patient flyer on what SB 420
means to them; SB 420 creates confusion and rollback of
patient rights; Humboldt DA Gallegos survives recall vote;
How do the collectives change things?
New year brings changes at SAN and in state law.
SAN co-founder Ralph Sherrow steps down and Karen Byars
joins the team. Also, SB 420 shakes up local guidelines in
Humboldt -- but is delayed from going into effect.
Serve notice to counties regarding patient and
caregivers rights under SB 420, now HS 11362.7 et seq. Also,
our new city or county guideline ordinance utilizes the
language of the new state law. Two versions of the proposed
ordinance now exist: One calling for amounts equivalent to
the federal IND dosage of six pounds per year, the other
with a compromise proposal protecting only three pounds per
SB420 -- A Green Light for Garden Guidelines. This
is the first in a series of newsletters to let you know the
status of the Safe Access Now medical marijuana garden
guidelines campaign. For more information on our project and
the science behind it, please visit our website.