We are celebrating our 13th Anniversary!! It's that time of year again. We are so excited to be celebrating another anniversary of our opening. We have now been here 13 years. We are so thankful for [...]
Join us, Americans for Safe Access, Harborside Health Center, Oaksterdam University, California NORML, and others are calling for a peaceful protest to let the President know we want him to stop the federal attack! MONDAY, JULY 23 at 12:00pm (gathering at City Hall) ~ Oakland City Hall 1 Frank H Ogawa Plaza. Show your support for Oaksterdam University and Harborside Health Center, victims of these ongoing federal attacks on safe access. The patients are mad as hell and we're not gonna take it anymore!
This is an important petition and action post ~ please read, and use the links to sign it. Patients deserve better than double-speak from our nation’s top law enforcement official ~ The gap between the administration’s tolerant rhetoric and the harsh reality facing patients is clear. Tell AG Eric Houlder: Be a man of your words!
This is our second annual Medical Cannabis Round-Up . As time goes by since the passage of Prop 215 by California voters in 1996, each year brings with it new challenges, successes, clarity and confusion. I sometimes feel like we are taking two steps forward and at least one step back ~ and 2011 was no different.
We would like to let our patients know that we are not one of the dispensaries who have received threatening lettters from the DOJ this week. However, we stand in solidarity with our fellow Californians and patients to fight the injustice of these attacks on our legal, and voter approved system of SAFE ACCESS to MEDICAL CANNABIS. Following are details of how these threats were made and information about what you can do to help! We will keep you posted on new developments.
The California Attorney General race — between Steve Cooley and Kamala Harris — is the most important election contest affecting medical cannabis patients- with more ramifications for the medical cannabis patient than Prop 19.