lindzzz | Nov 2, 2011
It seems unfair that these cities can vote individually to do whatever they want concerning medical marijuana clinics in their city limits. They shouldn't be allowed to take away patient rights like that.
Guest | Nov 3, 2011
THE FEDS MUST HAVE TWISTED THERE ARMS ON THIS ONE....THE FEDS ARE DOING A LOT OF THREATS ON THE GOVERNMENTS.
CannaConnoisseur | Nov 3, 2011
I think it's ridiculous that the city is even allowed to bring up ordinances and ballot measures like this one. You don't see them doing this to get Oxy-Contin and Xanex out of pharmacies.
lindzzz | Nov 3, 2011
I agree Canna, this is a ridiculous practice considering that they don't do anything about drugs that are actually harmful to our society!
Guest | Nov 5, 2011
days later................ what the f#%& happened?
Guest | Nov 6, 2011
if someone gets paid to update this site,THEY SHOULD BE FIRED!!
Guest | Nov 9, 2011
I totally and completely agree with lindzzz up there. Im from Northern Cali, its said we rank 3 in counties that produce MM in the nation. Over 2/3 of the population has a script that allows 99 ladies, which we all have. Unfortunately the city is being controlled by old school idiots who dont know a fucking thing and the dea to slow things down. what they dont understand is when over 2/3 a population likes something why would you try an ban it? the answer is all those cocksuckers who are making bank off this countries pharmaceutical industry are getting their pockets sucked dry by our all natural nature loving Mary mo-fuckin jane. they are just all doped up on oxys and NEED that money lol fuck em. stick together America lets make it a better place
Guest | Mar 12, 2012
they waited too long to get their message out. I live in Caand our govenor passed a law allowing cities to ban dispensories. You can never let yor guard down. Those fools in Fort Collins who voted for 300 welcome the black market back to your neighbohood