Month: February 2015

Capt Jacks will be location for 420 party with Pato Banton as headliner

  California Cannabis Coalition is proud to be hosting the premier cannabis event:  California’s 420 Reefer Madness Party. This event will serve as a fundraiser 2016 California legalization campaign. The main focus of California Cannabis Coalition is to end prohibition. And in ending prohibition we can keep people from going to jail. And begin the healing of the nation. Photos…

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Why Is Marijuana A Schedule 1 Drug?

California Cannabis Coalition Attorney and Board Member Michael E. Cindrich interviewed regarding the continued Schedule 1 classification of cannabis in the United States. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration lists marijuana in the most restrictive of five classes that the agency uses to regulate dangerous drugs. Marijuana is classified as a Schedule I substance, which is the ranking reserved for drugs with…

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Kamala Harris says she’s not opposed to legal marijuana

Harris said on Wednesday that she believes “it is an inevitability” that recreational use of marijuana will be legalized in the state. California will need to “figure out the important issues” related to legalization, especially “as it relates to children, as it relates to schools and advertising and the quantities … and issues like safe driving and enforcement of our…

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AB-26 BAD FOR PATIENTS AND DOCTORS

This bill will cost doctors their License to practice medicine! Please read the sections below I added, they’re taken directly from the text. Paragraph 8: The bill would specify that recommending marijuana to patients without a good faith examination and medical reason or recommending marijuana for nonmedical purposes is unprofessional conduct. The bill would provide that specified acts of recommending…

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Investor Pulls Funding On CCHI

While CCC supports the CCHI principles of cannabis liberation, our donor has pulled funding from CCHI based on the following reasons. 1. At request of the community and the donor a central committee was to be formed. The committee was never formed. The donor was unwilling to accept a dynamic in which he would be forced to make unilateral decisions…

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California Cannabis Coalition has been recognized as a 2015 California Excellence Award recipient

On behalf of the US Commerce & Trade Research Institute, California Cannabis Coalition has been recognized as a 2015 California Excellence Award recipient Our panel of industry executives and consultants oversees an annual survey commissioned by the USCTRI on various industries and determines which companies meet and exceed the industry benchmarks that have been set forth. California Cannabis Coalition was…

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Are Those the Hoofbeats of a Trojan Horse I Hear?

 Report on the CA Reform meetings of January 30, 2015 (in San Diego) and January 31, 2015 in Riverside and Santa Ana   Dale Gieringer of CalNORML said this at the last of four meetings that the former Prop. 19 crew, the Drug Policy Alliance, Dale, CalNORML’s Executive Director (but NOT CalNORML’s membership), and Yami Bolanas of GLACA (with ASA’s…

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