California County Issues ID's For MMJ Patients!

California County Issues ID's For MMJ Patients!
Posted by FoM on July 02, 1999 at 08:52:07 PT
Source: NORML
Ukiah, CA: Mendocino County cannabis-using patients may attain photo identification cards alerting police that they are in compliance with the state's medical marijuana laws.
 The voluntary program specifies that patients may possess two pounds of marijuana or up to a dozen plants for medical use. "This type of program is a common sense solution for communities wishing to protect medical marijuana patients from arrest while, at the same time, addressing ambiguities inherent to Proposition 215," NORML Foundation Executive Director Allen St. Pierre said.   At least 12 patients have already expressed interest in enrolling in the program, said Sheriff Tony Craver, who endorsed the plan at a news conference last week. Applications are available at offices of the district attorney, sheriff, and public health department.   Since the adoption of Prop. 215 in 1996, a handful of communities, including Oakland and Arcata, have implemented guidelines to identify medical marijuana patients and authorize how much cannabis they may legally possess.   For more information, please contact Allen St. Pierre of The NORML Foundation   (202) 483-8751 or Dale Gieringer of California NORML   (415) 463-5858. 
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Comment #1 posted by arara1 on July 02, 2000 at 00:15:00 PT:
mendocino county cultivation limits
I am wondering if you cvan give me any information on the limits for personal cultivation for medical reasons in mendocino county?And do those limits change if you are cultivating for a registered cannabis club?If so, what sort of documentation is required?Please any information or help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.THANK YOU......ARARA1  ARARA1 HOTMAIL.COM
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