chronic sufferer | Jul 14, 2011
It is a vicious cycle that the government seems to be playing with. Shut down or don't shut down, limit the number or not, place them is inconvenient locations, all is just a way to place a thumb on the industry. Hopefully the people will be able to stop all the nonsense and they will reach an agreement that will satisfy all sides.
Herb Lady | Jul 18, 2011
Well said, Chronic Sufferer. I am so tired of this game playing and outright piracy. It's time to revoke the prohibition and play by new rules. Leave MMJ patients alone.
lindzzz | Jul 19, 2011
Cities all around CA have adopted similar ordinances, and the patients are the ones who lose safe access. We need to fight for the right to safer access, and stop these bullying policies. People from all walks of life are medical users, not just social delinquents.
Kushie Q | Jul 21, 2011
I definitely agree that it all seems to be a way for the powers that be to control issues that should be left alone. I know that the dispensaries (just like all businesses) need regulations. that is a no brainer, but to remove the access to seriously ill people is beyond absurd. The people need to stand up and make their views known in a civilized manner so that the future is safe and secure for all who wish to get their medications safely.