Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 10:05 AM
The Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition
is promising free medical cannabis recommendations to 30,000-plus people and up to 100 pounds of pot as part of its referendum effort to rollback portions of San Jose's new medical pot ordinance — which we report today is a de facto ban. The SVCC has until July 18th to submit about 70,000 valid signatures.
The group wrote Monday:
The Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition has secured vouchers for 30,000 free medical marijuana evaluations as well as over 45,000 vouchers for free grams of medical marijuana. The group plans to pass the vouchers out to San Jose residents over the next 3 days. Starting today the group will also be putting on an “occupy style” protest at San Jose City Hall for the remainder of the week. All patients, collective employees and community supporters are urged to attend the protest and to sign a petition for a referendum that would stop the city from closing collectives in just 4 days, on July 18th.
The group plans to pass out the vouchers at 10-12 locations throughout San Jose. A google map with the of locations for the free medical marijuana evaluation & medical marijuana can be found at the SVCC website.
Read more about San Jose's unworkable new rules and efforts to amend them in the today's issue
of the East Bay Express