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Medical Marijuana in California
Proposition 215, the "Compassionate Use Act"
The Compassionate Use Act is a voter initative, passed in 1996, that made California the first state to legalize marijuana for medical use
California Senate Bill 420
This bill was passed in 2004 with the following purpose: "(1) Clarify the scope of the application of the act and facilitate the prompt identification of qualified patients and their designated primary caregivers in order to avoid unnecessary arrest and prosecution of these individuals and provide needed guidance to law enforcement officers. (2) Promote uniform and consistent application of the act among the counties within the state. (3) Enhance the access of patients and caregivers to medical marijuana through collective, cooperative cultivation projects."
California County and City Medical Marijuana Laws
Municipalities and counties in CA have chosen in some cases to create their own guidelines to further clarify the 1996 Compassionate Use Act and SB 420. This listing gives up-to-date guidelines for counties that have implemented them.
CA Attorney General Clarifies State/Federal Conflict on Medical Marijuana Law
AG Bill Lockyer states in an appellate court brief that "it is not the province of state courts to enforce federal laws." Further action is needed to have the AG spread the message far and wide.
- Finding a Medical Marijuana Caregiver
- Finding a Medical Marijuana Doctor
- History of Medical Marijuana
- What is Medical Grade Marijuana?
Uses & Treatments