Creating regulations for cannabis compassion programs
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THE SWEETLEAF COLLECTIVE NEEDS YOUR HELP
Since 1996, the cannabis compassion program, Sweetleaf Collective, has provided free medical marijuana to low-income terminally ill patients in the Bay Area.
With California’s new cannabis regulations, as of January 1st, 2018, The Sweetleaf Collective is no longer allowed to provide free medical cannabis to more than 150 terminally ill patients in the Bay Area.
These patients do not have any other access to this life saving medicine. We are concerned that with their sensitive conditions, HIV/AIDS and cancer, that some of them may die without our support.
So we are asking that you do three simple things:
- first, please sign this petition to show your support for creating regulations for compassion programs,
- secondly, tell our Governor that California needs to allow cannabis compassion programs to operate:
California’s Governor Jerry Brown
Phone number: (916) 445-2841
- finally, and most importantly, share it via your social networks.
California needs to create regulations for cannabis compassion programs so seriously ill patients can receive free cannabis.
Thanks for supporting compassion,
The Sweetleaf Collective
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