Terry Colorado 
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Re: “Ammiano, Steinberg Throw A Medical Marijuana Hail Mary

David E;

Coles memo called for strong regulatory system; the memo did not say "overly strict" or "commercial, For-Profit" reglatory sysstem; there is a big difference. Fact is we already have a strong regulatory system in California; Prop 215, and SB420. The Feds leave us alone except for the rule breakers; that has been demonstrated; and all this dribble from the PRO-REG crowd is scaremongering for their commercial driven agenda's.

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Posted by Terry Colorado on 09/12/2013 at 3:55 PM

Re: “Ammiano, Steinberg Throw A Medical Marijuana Hail Mary

AB604 has not been vetted through public hearing and comment. This bill repeals patient rights. We must demand a voice in this process. This started back in February as somthing completely harmless; sense ... AB604 has been gutted by its authors re-introduced as the sell-out garbage bill it is. This ambush bill chews up and spits Prop 215, back in the face of those who have gone before or are incarcerated for exercising our cannabis rights. We need a solution that frees our political prisoners and puts our families back together, protects the public, and proivdes safe and affordable access free from regulations by the manipulative agenda's of self interests. We need clear, all encoumapssing; inclusive rules that everyone should benefit from; not just medically, economically or socially but for the many areas that remain unexplored due to the oppressive regulations this bills authors, and sponsors promote at the expense of the patient and non-profits. Non-profits should have a competitive advantage in this emerging marketplace not forced to compete with the wolves and sharks. We need strong initiatives that strengthen prop 215; protect the patient and their families. We need more ... but what we absolutely do not need is more unconstitutional laws and failed legislation written by those hiding in the shadows; escaping accoutablility. AB604 turns patients in to criminals. Deny the selfish interest call your senator and demand they Kill this Mother Loving Bill; and pass a people's initiative that protects and benefits everyone!

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Posted by Terry Colorado on 09/12/2013 at 3:32 AM

Re: “California Police Leaders Defeat Medical Cannabis Regulations

I would disagree that the marjority of our community is gearing up for 2014; on the contrare; it is the belief of many, 2016 is a better target.

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Posted by Terry Colorado on 08/17/2013 at 2:16 AM

Re: “California Police Leaders Defeat Medical Cannabis Regulations

The Save Cannabis is a Trojan horse initiative because it takes away more then what it gives back to the small grower; killing prop 215.
>> > Prop 215 provides for medical needs of the patient; therefore 99 plants and 12 pounds is a fine example; the Save Cannabis initiative takes this away and leaves you with One Hundred sqft (10x10) and the medical needs of the patient are no longer considered; patient is stuck with 10x10. Try to get 99 plants and 12 pounds in that square. If you are a small grower; the save cannabis initiative forces you to play and register in the commercial arena whether you like it or not. The small anonymous family grower is affected and essentially put out of business by the 10x10 square.
>> > Currently if i want to grow 99 plants and 12 pounds i am covered by Prop 215 and my doctor's rec; IF Save Cannabis passes i will be reduced to a hard and fast 10x10 (100 square feet) as it is a vote of the people and that can change Prop 215.
>> > Also a 10x10 does not provide for possession amounts; if I have a 10x10; how much am i allowed to possess or transport; one ounce?
>> > The Champion of the 10x10 concept is Chris Conrad; a known Pro-reg supporter.

>> > Here is the latest language for the Save Cannabis 2014 Initiative Version 3.0v2: http://bit.ly/camj2014

>> > 11420.200 Limitations:

>> > (a) Persons 18 years of age or older may cultivate no more than twelve (12) outdoor mature flowering Cannabis plants per acre, per person, or 100 square feet of cannabis plant canopy indoor, per person, on their purchased or rented property. No more than ten (10) adults may aggregate together for the purpose of forming a non-medical, non­commercial, unregulated cannabis garden.
>> > 10x10 = 100 square feet

I just proved 99 plants is not too much for personal use: Prove me wrong; show me the LAW.
>> >
>> > To those activist attorney's and doctor's who find it so hard to justify 99 plants; what you need is a Doctor who also puts limits on the amounts.
>> >
>> > So ... what about the guy who has a Script for 99 plant limit and 12 pounds; grows one outdoor crop each year; its outdoor ... he only gets one. So the harvest must last him all year.
>> > 12 pounds multiplied by 16 ounces equals 192 ounces; 192 ounces divided by 365 days equals 1/2 ounce a day; which he uses to smoke fat blunts; big fat bowls; wax for the dabs; and oil for the edibles. IF the patient grows over 12 pounds he should donate the excess medicine to the collective of choice for reimbursement; so that there is no question on what is personal use as the amount in possession is never more then 12 pounds. With no other criteria (guns, profit motive, other drugs .. etc.; i be willing to bet my freedom that a jury has no problem with my case.
>> >
>> > If you want a LEGAL script that offers 99 plants; 12 pounds for personal medical use hit me up; i know the source.

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Posted by Terry Colorado on 08/16/2013 at 9:10 PM

Re: “California Police Leaders Defeat Medical Cannabis Regulations

Shona; those two initiatives may not be the right solution; we need to work on an inititive that strengthens Prop 215; which deny's the state the right to ban collectives and dispensaries.

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Posted by Terry Colorado on 08/16/2013 at 9:06 PM

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