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A proposed ballot initiative
aimed for the November elections begs a key question looming over California's medical marijuana industry: Can stricter state regulation keep the federal government from shutting it down?
Dispensaries, medical marijuana growers and a powerful union local are rallying behind an initiative that would regulate California's $1.5 billion pot trade.
They predict they will be able to raise $2 million from medical marijuana businesses
and drug policy groups to qualify the measure for the November ballot.After a yearlong effort to update California's medical marijuana rules, they came together in the wake of a sweeping federal crackdown on marijuana dispensaries that includes criminal prosecutions and property seizures.
The state's four U.S. attorneys say they don't take issue with the 1996 California law permitting sale and use of marijuana for medical needs. But they assail California's loosely defined rules allowing medical pot users to share marijuana in nonprofit networks. They say the industry has been "hijacked by profiteers" running pot stores that are likely illegal under both state and federal law.
"The crackdown motivated a lot of people to believe we really needed to clarify state law," said Dale Gieringer, state director for the National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws "The situation has been vague and chaotic. The feds were using that as an excuse to come in and trample all around."Feds are Cracking Down In Colorado.
In 2010 and 2011, the Colorado General Assembly, in a bipartisan effort, codiﬁed the licensing, regulation and taxation of medical marijuana businesses. These regulations created a closed-loop system that requires local and state licensing, establishes “good moral character” standards for ownership and employment, and mandates rules for security and surveillance aimed at eliminating illicit activity.
In total, Colorado medical marijuana businesses have paid approximately $20 million in local, state and federal taxes, and another $9 million in licensing and application fees. With regard to jobs, some estimates indicate that the medical cannabis industry has created upwards of 20,000 new jobs, as well as a boom in ancillary businesses such as real-estate, accounting, carpentry, engineering, plumbing, law, medicine and security.
But even in Colorado, the federal government's stance is now less clear. Last month, Colorado U.S. Attorney John Walsh threatened to seize the properties of 23 marijuana stores that operate within 1,000 feet of schools.
University of Denver law professor Sam Kamin said the federal actions are likely a surgical strike, not a broad assault. But he said "if the feds don't respect" Colorado's regulatory program, "they're not going to respect the watered-down version that we see (in the measure proposed) in California."Can California Agree On A Measure?
The Medical Marijuana Regulation Control and Taxation Act could appear on the same ballot as two unrelated state measures, being circulated for signatures, to legalize marijuana regardless of medical need, the Regulate Marijuana Like Wine initiative and the Coalition For Cannabis Reform.
It is imperative that the voters and California Legislators get their act together and pass laws that allow for the compassionate use for MMJ patients, recreational use for responsible adults and lay the groundwork for clear and concise regulations to begin to appease the Feds, if possible. Under a Romney Administration, the Feds are likely to wage an all out war against medical marijuana dispensaries, growers and the citizens of all 16 states that have passed medical marijuana laws.
.Washington and Colorado Qualify Legalization Initiatives
Officials in Washington state on Friday said an initiative to legalize pot has enough signatures to qualify for the ballot in November. In Colorado, officials are likely this week to make a similar determination about an initiative there.
What happens when multiple states have passed legalization for adults? Concentration camps? The Feds are wasting what little resources our nation has left on a futile effort to stop inevitability. .. Business as usual.
Oakland, CA (PRWEB) February 05, 2012
In a major scientific development for the cannabis industry, an exciting and advanced new technology has recently been launched at the nation's leading medical cannabis dispensary
, Harborside Health Center, located in Oakland, California. Harborside is the first in the region to implement and utilize the new technology, "QuantaCann," after months of beta testing and collaborations with developer Steep Hill Lab, an Oakland cannabis testing
QuantaCann's new technology is an innovative software and scientific instrumentation system that is used on-site at dispensaries and collectives to test strains and provide quick results. In minutes, QuantaCann analyzes the strain, providing data about THC and CBD potency levels, moisture content, and many other components of the plant. In addition to other fields of critical strain-specific data, the system
catalogs symptoms and medical conditions that the strains are being utilized for, providing a valuable database of information for future research.
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SOQUEL, Calif. -- Boulder Creek Collective
founder Marc Whitehill,
a former nurse, has seen a lot of people come through his doors seeking medical marijuana, enough that he thinks he has a pretty clear idea of the patient demographic at most local dispensaries.
He estimates 60 percent are 40 or older and use cannabis "to avoid taking much harsher pharmaceutical alternatives to treat nausea, sleeplessness, anxiety and aches and pains," he said. They use the medicine instead of resorting to common prescription painkillers and tranquilizers.
Another 20 percent are youngsters with no visible signs of illness.
"With them, I have to trust the physician that they made the right call," he said.
But the last category, the 20 percent who are chronically or terminally ill receive special attention at the Boulder Creek Collective.
If not for these patients, medical cannabis might not have grown into a burgeoning industry.
One such patient is Gary Goldsworthy,
42, who was given a free membership at the collective in exchange for volunteer hours
about two years ago. Goldsworthy was diagnosed with Crohn's disease,
an inflammatory bowel disorder that triggers the immune system to attack the gastro-intestinal tract, when he was 27.
Read the rest of the story
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Rep. K. L. Brown, of Calhoun County, has filed legislation into the Alabama House of Representatives that would make medical marijuana legal.
As reported by the Aniston Star, Ron Crumpton, co-president and executive director of the Alabama Medical Marijuana Coalition, is optimistic about the legislation’s chances.
“I don’t think it will be that much of an uphill battle,” Crumpton said. “Many of the Republicans who took over the Legislature in the last election are younger guys—between 30 and 45—who don’t associate the same stigma with marijuana that older people … do.”
We’re pleased to see Brown is giving Alabama another chance to take a step forward on the road of personal responsibility. We’ve lived for too long in a state and nation governed by people who believe they know better than we how to run our lives.
Read more:The Auburn Plainsman - Medical marijuana a first step toward legalization
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This article snippet courtesy of SF Weekly's The Snitch.By Chris RobertsRegulate Marijuana Like Wine
, a marijuana legalization measure vying to get onto the November ballot, has only $80,000 in cash on hand, according to finance records
. But in a poll released this week
, it had potential support from 62 percent of likely voters -- and that, ballot proponents say, is quite literally money in the bank.
"That shows funders we can win," said Steve Kubby, a South Lake Tahoe marijuana activist and member of the Regulate Marijuana Like Wine's campaign committee. "Anytime you're polling over 60 percent, you command anyone's attention."
And history just might be on RMLW's side: Those poll numbers
are also close to where Proposition 215 was 16 years ago, before the nation's first medical marijuana laws were approved by a million vote margin in November 1996, Kubby noted. Those are also rosier numbers than 2010's Proposition 19 -- which earned more votes than former Republican gubernatorial nominee Meg Whitman -- enjoyed before its historic defeat.
It's still going to be an uphill climb: Organizers have 30,000 signatures thus far, a fraction of the 504,760 validated signatures
from registered California voters needed to qualify Regulate Marijuana
Like Wine for the ballot (closer to 750,000 or more are in reality needed, allowing for invalidated scribbles and other snafus). Nonetheless, the poll means several billionaires are at this moment crunching numbers and deciding whether to bankroll the initiatives, Kubby told SF Weekly Thursday
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