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THE RIGHT SOLUTION for MEDICAL CANNABIS IN L.A.
VOTE YES ON F ON MAY 21ST

Protect our Children.

Protect the Patients.

Protect our Neighborhoods.

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ON MAY 21ST

ORDINANCE F

PROTECTS OUR COMMUNITIES

BY REGULATING THE

MEDICAL CANNABIS DISPENSARIES


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PROTECT OUR CHILDREN

By keeping minors out of all cannabis dispensaries.

DEMAND SAFE MEDICINE

By requiring testing of marijuana for dangerous pesticides and toxins.

'F' RESPECTS RESIDENTS

By requiring criminal background checks, on-premise security, and patient parking.

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VOTE "YES ON F" ON MAY 21ST

Published May 18, 2013

LA’s Measure D Wants to Create a Marijuana Monopoly

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On May 21st — Vote NO on D, Vote YES on F. Under the monopoly math of Measure D, the 50 collectives that will remain open could now see approximately 2000 patients per day… Can anyone imagine 200 people per hour visiting any business in the city? Most of the collectives are not set up to see 2000 people, let alone cars, in their shops, parking lots and neighborhoods each day… it wouldn’t make much sense to create large-scale weed warehouses, concentrating more money, cannabis, overflow parking and giant crowds into a few neighborhoods with council-blessed “marijuana...

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Published April 2, 2013

Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Closed; Patients Left with Few Options

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At this point, it is hard to imagine, but just a handful of years ago, Santa Barbara had more medical marijuana storefronts than it did Starbucks coffeehouses. Now, after a perfect storm of local government regulation and high-profile arrests ​— ​coupled with multiple rounds of federal raids on South Coast dispensaries and threats of property seizures ​— ​this county has gone the way of so many others in California: It is now a cannabis club–free zone. Whether you love them, hate them, or simply need one for help with a serious medical condition, the fact remains that there are no longer...

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Published March 27, 2013

Angelenos to Vote on Competing Marijuana Measures

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KCRW’s radio show “Which Way, L.A.?” interviews Angelenos for Safe Access Committee’s attorney David Welch to get clarification on  the confusing state of medical marijuana legalization in Los Angeles.  Welch explains the differences between the ballot measures regarding this issue in our City and explains how Ordinance F will ensure safe access to medical marijuana for patients and caregivers. Listen to the full show HERE.



Published March 26, 2013

In Los Angeles, Advocates Push Dueling Medical Marijuana Measures

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NBC news discusses our ballot measure, “Regulation of Medical Marijuana for Safe Neighborhoods and Safe Access,” in contrast to Proposition D.  The article highlights how Ordinance F will regulate medical marijuana collectives by passing strict zoning requirements, requiring background checks, and increasing taxes from medical marijuana by 20%, which are only a few of the benefits of the initiative. Article Reprinted from NBC News, By Kari Huus In Los Angeles, where pot dispensaries have proliferated despite city lawmakers’ efforts to regulate or ban them, advocates for medical marijuana have taken the initiative to rein them in — with two...

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Published March 21, 2013

Ordinance F Wins in Court!

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Today, the L.A. Superior Court reinforced the Ordinance F’s ballot argument and dismissed another attempt by politicians and union backers of Proposition D to confuse and deceive the Los Angeles Voter. The supporters of D sought to delete all of the language about Proposition D from the ballot argument drafted by Yes on F.  The Judge agreed that these statements validly portrayed what Proposition D is.  A Trojan Horse, slapped on the ballot at the last minute by the City Council, the same group of politicians that enacted a ban on all dispensaries in 2012 and voted for...

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Published March 14, 2013

Here’s Why Medical Cannabis Isn’t Going Away

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LA Times did a great piece on the ongoing battle for access to medical marijuana in Los Angeles, highlighting City Councilman Bill Rosendahl’s personal story as a perfect example of how marijuana is helping people in our communities who are battling health ailments. Reprinted from The L.A. Times, by Gale Holland. Bill Rosendahl lifts his walker over the threshold and carries it into the grow room before anyone in his entourage — press secretary, pot shop owner, pot consultant and bud tender — can rush over to help. Even after 13 hits of radiation and seven rounds...

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Published March 13, 2013

The ABC’s of D, E, and F

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With three separate measures on the ballot in May pertaining to the regulation of Los Angeles’ medical marijuana collectives, how are voters supposed to differentiate between these three initiatives to decide which one to support? Although Ordinance E will remain on the ballot, its proponents have withdrawn their support because it lacked regulation. Ordinance D is a Trojan Horse and was drafted by the same Los Angeles City Council that wants to ban medical marijuana collectives, while Ordinance F was created by a patients and members of collectives themselves. The following table breaks down each aspect of...

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Published March 12, 2013

What is Ordinance F and Why is This the Best Option for Our Communities?

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Ordinance F was created by Angelenos for Safe Access Committee, a grassroots organization formed in 2012 by citizens of Los Angeles. Our objective is to protect our communities by creating reasonable regulation of medical marijuana dispensaries through Ordinance F. Ordinance F is the only way that our City will properly and reasonably regulate medical marijuana but at the same time provide safe access to patients and caregivers that need medical marijuana.  Help us: Provide increased revenue to our CIty to fund police, fire, and education costs by raising taxes from medical marijuana by 20%*; Increase safety within dispensaries by...

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