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BREAKING NEWS: marijuana patients sue county, sheriff

There are 125 comments on the The Ukiah Daily Journal story from Sep 11, 2009, titled BREAKING NEWS: marijuana patients sue county, sheriff. In it, The Ukiah Daily Journal reports that:

Five medical marijuana patients are suing the Mendocino County Board of Supervisors and Sheriff Tom Allman.

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attention

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#129 Jan 21, 2010
who is the lawer in the law suit? when was the suit? is it still going on?

“never stop asking questions”

Since: Apr 08

willits

#131 Jan 21, 2010
guess the Kelly decision makes this a slam dunk. what is the county going to say in its defense?
El senor

San Jose, CA

#132 Jan 22, 2010
attention wrote:
who is the lawer in the law suit? when was the suit? is it still going on?
J.David Nick, the hearing was postponed from Oct 8 till early February waiting on Kelly. Can you say SLAM DUNK. I thought you could.
anonymous

Arcata, CA

#134 Feb 18, 2010
The Anaheim case has drawn a lot of attention as more and more local governments confront the issue of access to medical marijuana. Multiple statewide law enforcement associations filed briefs in support of Anaheim, as have nearly three-dozen cities, including several in Orange County: Costa Mesa, Cypress, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Newport Beach, Orange, Placentia, Tustin and Westminster.
Shortly after the appeal was filed, the California Attorney General issued guidelines in August 2008 recognizing the legality of storefront dispensaries as long as they comply with certain operational requirements. For instance, dispensaries must operate as a collective or cooperative on a not-for-profit basis, sell only to member patients and primary caregivers, and pay sales tax to the State.
The Anaheim case is the first lawsuit of its kind to reach the appellate courts in California, and may shape the issue of access to medical marijuana for patients across the State. "Dispensaries serve a critical function for our most seriously ill and should be encouraged, not banned," said ASA Media Liaison Kris Hermes. "Thousands of patients in California cannot cultivate their own medical marijuana and rely on local dispensaries for safer access than the illicit market." An increasing number of medical marijuana states are adopting laws to deal with the issue of distribution, including New Mexico, Rhode Island, Maine and, most recently, New Jersey. A decision by the Fourth Appellate District Court in the Anaheim case is expected within the next couple of months.
Further information:
Mark Leno's amicus brief on legislative intent: http://AmericansForSafeAccess.org/downloads/L...
ASA's amicus brief on nuisance statutes: http://AmericansForSafeAccess.org/downloads/A...
Original ASA amicus brief in Anaheim case: http://AmericansForSafeAccess.org/downloads/A...
List of dispensary regulations and bans in California: http://AmericansForSafeAccess.org/regulations
mike urziceanu

Lakewood, NJ

#137 Feb 15, 2014
More sad truth wrote:
Listen to the pro-grow crowd spin the facts. Your 'medicine' is a hoax in MOST instances. Just be honest and say you like to smoke dope. It is your drug of preference/choice. This county is trying to save itself. Pogo said, "We have met the enemy and he is us". More sad truth said, "We have met the enemy and he has no values or respect for community".
Please, educate yourself before you spew your ignorance.

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