Petitioning LA County Supervisor District 1 Hilda Solis and 4 others

Save LA County Dispensaries & Keep Patients Safe!

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LA County Board of Supervisors have recently taken measures to enforce against collectives that provide safe access of cannabis medicine to patients throughout Los Angeles County. Their intent is to shut down all collectives!

Pursuing their goal of shuttering collectives will only promote an illicit underground market that will ultimately prove more dangerous for the public safety of our community.  Patients will have no safe access to the medicine they need, and responsible providers will face unjust incarceration.

If the stated goal of the Board of Supervisors is to "maximize transition from an illicit and unregulated cannabis market to a regulated market", then responsible regulations is the only path to safety and justice for our community.

We the people of LA County request The Board of Supervisors stop enforcement against our safe access points and focus on helping them transition to a regulated market through education and prompt regulations. AngelesEmeralds.org

                                           Yes on Prop 64

California: 57.4%

LA County: 59.5%

District 1 (Solis): 53.0%

District 2 (Ridley-Thomas): 61.71%

District 3 (Kuehl): 69.67%

District 4 (Hahn): 53.29%

District 5 (Barger): 54.45%

This petition will be delivered to:
  • LA County Supervisor District 1
    Hilda Solis
  • LA County Supervisor District 2
    Mark Ridley-Thomas
  • LA County Supervisor District 3
    Sheila Kuehl
  • LA County Supervisor District 4
    Janice Hahn
  • LA County Supervisor District 5
    Kathryn Barger


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