Ca. Panel To Recommend Registering MMJ Patients!

Ca. Panel To Recommend Registering MMJ Patients!
Posted by FoM on July 09, 1999 at 07:09:06 PT
NORML's Weekly Update News
Source: NORML
San Francisco, CA: A state task force convened by Attorney General Bill Lockyer to explore ways to better implement California's medical marijuana law will likely recommend patients register for ID cards identifying themselves to police, The Los Angeles Times reported.
Oregon already has similar regulations in place.   The task force, whose recommendations will be released shortly, is also expected to recommend the state develop regulations allowing marijuana clubs to operate openly.   Lawmakers are expected to introduce the task force's proposals before the state Legislature.   For more information, please contact California NORML Coordinator Dale Gieringer, who served on the task force,   (415) 563-5858.Below are a few articles about the above subject.
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Comment #1 posted by jdd on July 09, 1999 at 19:36:58 PT
Registration or Regulation???
This is California politics at it's best, or rather, worst. The citizens vote on a very simple law to legalize cannabis for medicine, and now we get these idiots in Sacramento trying to complicate things and register people. Typical of this state to want to regulate everything we do. What happened to doctor/patient confidentiality? Who is going to run this regulatory agency, and how much is it going to cost??? If we could only elect some REAL people, we could keep simple laws like prop. 215 simple!! Once again, we have politicians who think that only they know what is best for us.
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