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UPDATE: 1/11/11

Dude to a federal court order we CAN NO LONGER do business or help you receive your medical marijuana card.

We Will Keep You Updated On Further Developments Via This Website.

Thank You for Understanding.


UPDATE: 3/3/11

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   Will Changes in DA’s Office Mean an End to Medical Pot Club Raids?
Posted by DrReefer.com on January 5, 2011, 11:17 pm

By Josh Koehn
Source: San Jose Inside

California -- An investigator from the district attorney’s office who has been spearheading recent raids on local medical marijuana dispensaries says every pot club in Santa Clara County is operating outside the law.

Dean Ackemann, who has been responsible for obtaining search warrants for the task force that has been conducting armed raids in recent months, said that in his opinion every dispensary in the county should be shut down. “The search warrants and the investigations are not going to stop,” Ackemann vowed.

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   UF Receives $4.7 Million To Study Marijuana's Role In Immunity
Posted by DrReefer.com on January 5, 2011, 11:36 am

Source: University of Florida Health Science Center

Florida -- HIV experts at the University of Florida, along with colleagues at the University of South Florida and the University of California, San Diego, have been awarded $4.7 million by the National Institutes of Health to study how the complex interplay between marijuana use and HIV infection can influence the development of neurological disorders in adolescents.

The five-year study will use a multidisciplinary approach that could lead to the identification of novel blood-based biomarkers for tracking how substance abuse alters immune function and the progression of HIV infection in the central nervous system. It may also provide evidence to support behavioral guidelines for HIV-infected youth.

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   Judge to hear DEA request to obtain state MMJ records
Posted by DrReefer.com on January 5, 2011, 11:05 am

By John Agar
Source: The Grand Rapids Press

Michigan -- A hearing is set next week in the federal government's request for access to certain state medical-marijuana records. U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents is seeking the records related to a Lansing-area investigation of seven people.

In June, the DEA served a subpoena on the state's Department of Community Health, but the state would not provide the records citing confidentiality laws.

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   MMJ Group Objects To State's Proposed Regulations
Posted by DrReefer.com on January 4, 2011, 8:01 pm

By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services
Source: East Valley Tribune

Arizona -- A group representing would-be medical marijuana dealers is objecting to what it says are burdensome - and illegal - rules being proposed by the state health department.

Allan Sobol, spokesman for the Arizona Association of Dispensary Professionals, said the law approved in November by voters requires state Health Director Will Humble to enact rules for how the system of distributing marijuana by non-profit organizations will work.

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   How To Fix Medical Marijuana in Michigan
Posted by DrReefer.com on January 4, 2011, 7:43 pm

By The Grand Rapids Press Editorial Board
Source: Grand Rapids Press

Grand Rapids, MI -- Two things are clear about medical marijuana in Michigan. First, voters more than two years ago overwhelmingly approved the use of the otherwise illegal drug to help cancer patients and others who can benefit from its pain-relieving, appetite-inducing effects.

Second, administration of that citizen-approved law is a mess. Local communities are in a quandary about how exactly to regulate the drug. Some have banned it altogether, as Wyoming did in November, in absence of clear regulations from the state. Others, such as Grand Rapids, have adopted zoning ordinances to ensure the caregivers who grow marijuana are licensed as home-based businesses and do not pose a danger to their neighbors.

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   County ordinance adjusts for medical marijuana dispensaries
Posted by DrReefer.com on January 4, 2011, 5:27 pm

By JIM SECKLER
Source: The Daily News

Kingman, AZ — Changing the county’s zoning ordinance to deal with locations of medical marijuana dispensaries will be discussed by the planning and zoning commissioners Jan. 12.

Arizona voters approved Proposition 203 during the Nov. 2 election allowing the growing, sale and use of medical marijuana. Under the new law, counties are allowed to limit the use of lands for registered nonprofit medical marijuana dispensaries.

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   City Working on How To Handle Pot Dispensaries
Posted by DrReefer.com on January 4, 2011, 3:38 pm

By Brett Fera, Managing Editor
Source: Tri-Valley Dispatch

Maricopa, AZ -- On the heels of Arizona voters narrowly voting in favor of proposition 203 – a measure to allow for the growth, sale and use of medical marijuana statewide – during the recent November election, Maricopa’s City Council recently discussed how it might handle the likely prospect of legal marijuana dispensaries popping up in and around the city itself.

While the item was not up for vote – only discussion – at the council’s Dec. 21 meeting, city planning manager Kazi Haque presented the mayor and council with the outline of a possible zoning code for facilities that intend to distribute legalized marijuana.

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   Boulder Sniffs Out Problem with MMJ Odor
Posted by DrReefer.com on January 4, 2011, 2:28 pm

By Heath Urie, Camera Staff Writer
Source: Daily Camera

Colorado -- The unmistakable and sometimes overwhelming bouquet of marijuana has prompted a handful of Boulder residents and businesses to complain about the smell radiating from some dispensaries and greenhouses in the city. City officials say it's a problem that's only expected to get worse with time and has already driven some neighboring businesses to move.

Boulder code-enforcement officers are now investigating at least seven complaints about wafting smells of marijuana. Under a rule approved last year by the City Council, dispensaries and growing operations are required to keep the musk of the plant contained to their business, or face fines of up to $1,000.

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   Bill Would Allow Legal Pot Stores, Licensed Growers
Posted by DrReefer.com on January 4, 2011, 1:55 pm

By Dominic Holden
Source: The Stranger

Washington -- State senator Jeanne Kohl-Welles, who represents the 36th District of Queen Anne and Ballard, will introduce a bill this week or next that would—while also providing several new protections for medical-marijuana users—permit medical-pot dispensaries to open across the state.

Currently, neither state nor federal law allows the dispensaries, so the existing outlets—which are proliferating in a legal purgatory—avoid drawing the attention of passersby by innocuously setting up shop in industrial areas and office buildings. If this bill were to pass, however, the state’s Department of Health would permit the dispensaries to operate as nonprofit corporations, likely resulting in more advertisement and pot storefronts like in California.

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   Medical Pot Cases Head To Court
Posted by DrReefer.com on January 3, 2011, 10:50 am

By Jennifer Chambers, The Detroit News
Source: Detroit News

Detroit -- Several showdowns over Michigan's medical marijuana law are slated for courtrooms across the state this year as users and law enforcement officials clash over the drug's legality.

Oakland County prosecutors have until Friday to file legal arguments stating why nine people arrested in a medical marijuana raid should be tried on felony drug charges in a Ferndale court.

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   Medical Pot Applications Flood In
Posted by DrReefer.com on January 2, 2011, 12:41 pm

By John Richardson, Staff Writer
Source: Morning Sentinel

Maine -- More than 400 Mainers have applied to be medical marijuana patients under a state law that took effect Saturday.

Applications flooded into the Maine Department of Health and Human Services in the final days and weeks of 2010, and hundreds more are expected in the next several weeks. Officials say they expect to give registration cards to 1,200 or more patients by the time the initial rush is over this spring.

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   The Marijuana Crusaders
Posted by DrReefer.com on January 1, 2011, 1:45 pm

By Evan Serpick
Source: Baltimore Magazine

Maryland -- Last year, when the Maryland State Senate took up a bill that would legalize medical use of marijuana, it had one sponsor with a powerful personal connection to the issue.

Sen. David Brinkley, the conservative Republican from Frederick who cosponsored the bill with Sen. Jamie Raskin (D-Montgomery), has survived two bouts with cancer and spoke passionately about the debilitating side effects he endured as a result of several rounds of radiation and chemotherapy. In studies, marijuana has proven to be a particularly excellent antiemetic (anti-nausea) in patients coping with the side effects of radiation and chemotherapy, like Brinkley. The bill passed the Senate 35-12, but stalled in the House of Delegates.

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   Feds Demand MMJ Records in Michigan
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 31, 2010, 3:21 pm

By Kelley Vlahos
Source: Change.org

Michigan - Medical marijuana advocates in Michigan are crying foul in the wake of recent demands by the federal government that the state health department turn over the records of seven legal medical marijuana patients.

According to the Associated Press, the U.S. attorney's office has asked a judge to order the Department of Community Health to comply with an earlier subpoena for the records of seven people with Michigan user and caregiver cards.

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   Felons Who Want MMJ Put State in Awkward Position
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 31, 2010, 12:00 pm

By Jonathan Martin, Seattle Times Staff Reporter
Source: Seattle Times

Seattle, WA -- Several times a week for the past two years, felons on supervision have asked the Department of Corrections for special permission to use medical marijuana. Some of the requests, which are signed by doctors, are vague, listing just "chronic pain" as the reason for the drug. But others describe agony: anorexia from AIDS or chronic vomiting from chemotherapy.

As regular as rain, the state's Department of Corrections (DOC) has turned down nearly all of them. Out of 320 requests, seven people have gotten permission — a select group that includes a forger wasting away from AIDS and a white-haired grandmother named Kathy Parkins with fibromyalgia.

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   Aggressive Police Actions Taken Against SLO MMJ Delivery Services
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 31, 2010, 12:50 am

By Americans For Safe Access
Source: Americans For Safe Access

California - San Luis Obispo, A Narcotics Task Force (NTF) made up of local and state law enforcement agencies aggressively raided 5 collectively-run medical marijuana delivery services on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday this week, arresting at least 13 people on felony charges and holding them on bails of up to $100,000.

Several of those arrested were charged with child endangerment, after Child Protective Services (CPS) removed at least 6 children from the homes of 3 different families. One of the people arrested on Monday suffered a heart attack because of the police raid and was taken to a local emergency room before being arrested. As of Thursday afternoon, at least four people were still in jail unable to raise bail.

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   Group To Lobby Lawmakers For Medical-Marijuana Law
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 30, 2010, 1:31 pm

By John Lyon, Arkansas News Bureau
Source: Times-Record

Little Rock -- A group advocating for a state law legalizing the use of marijuana for medical purposes will make a two-day pitch to lawmakers during the first week of the 2011 legislative session. Arkansans for Medical Cannabis has scheduled a program for Jan. 12 and 13 in the state Capitol's second-floor rotunda. The Legislature convenes Jan. 10.

"There's 30 major medical problems that (marijuana has) been shown to either substantially help or alleviate some of the high-dollar opiates that people take to combat these diseases," said Robert Reed of Van Buren County, the group's spokesman.

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   Nevada's Wild West spirit snubs legal marijuana
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 30, 2010, 1:39 am

By Associated Press
Source: Associated Press

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada is known for letting just about anything slide, whether it's booze, bets or brothels. But even here there are limits.

It has been OK to smoke pot to treat illness for ten years. But don't think about selling it. Lately, federal agents and local police have taken notice, raiding several pot shops in and around Sin City.

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   Giving and Ganja Go Hand in Hand
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 29, 2010, 10:13 am

By Tovin Lapan
Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel

Soquel, CA -- Nancy Black, called Granny Purps just like the pot dispensary she owns on 41st Avenue, is known for her palate-pleasing recipes for brownies, cookies and other treats containing medicinal marijuana.

This holiday season, however, Black and co-owner Phil Hicks demonstrated that their recipe book also includes the secret ingredient to bringing in outsized donations for the Second Harvest Food Bank holiday food drive: a complimentary joint. For every four cans of food they donated to Second Harvest, patients received one pre-rolled marijuana joint, with a maximum of three per day.

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   Phoenix seeks balance in governing medical marijuana
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 28, 2010, 9:50 pm

By Lynh Bui
Source: The Arizona Republic

Arizona - Medical marijuana is legal in Arizona, but don't expect grow houses and dispensaries to pop up in your neighborhood overnight.

Phoenix recently approved several zoning changes that will restrict where dispensaries and other medical marijuana related uses can go in the city.

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   Feds seek Michigan medical marijuana documents
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 28, 2010, 9:29 pm

By John Agar
Source: The Grand Rapids Press

GRAND RAPIDS – The federal government wants the state Department of Community Health, which oversees the state's medical-marijuana program, to provide records for seven people under investigation in the Lansing area.

The Department of Community Health hasn't complied with a subpoena because of potential civil and criminal penalties for violating confidentiality under the medical-marijuana law, court records showed.

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   Lake Forest sues to close two new pot shops
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 28, 2010, 1:14 pm

By ERIKA I. RITCHIE
Source: THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

California - LAKE FOREST – The city on Monday filed lawsuits against two pot dispensaries in a strip retail center on Raymond Way, city officials said.

The complaints were filed against Pharmer's Choice Collective and Lake Forest Discount Caregivers, which opened in the last few weeks. The city also filed complaints against Youssef Ibrahim and H&H; Investments, owners of the property where the dispensaries are located.

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   Oakland Proceeding with Caution on Pot Ordinance
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 28, 2010, 12:47 pm

By Chip Johnson
Source: San Francisco Chronicle

California -- It seems that Oakland Mayor-elect Jean Quan and her virtual campaign running mate, at-large Councilwoman Rebecca Kaplan, didn't want to stand in front of the authorities on this one. By a 7-1 vote, the Oakland City Council last week suspended its legal marijuana farm ordinance because it's not as legal as it was billed to be.

The council, on the advice of legal counsel and a letter of caution from the Alameda County district attorney's office, temporarily withdrew a plan to allow large indoor pot farms in the city.

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   Compromise Needed on Medical Marijuana
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 28, 2010, 12:39 pm

By Nicholas Scutari, The Record
Source: Record

New Jersey -- The Legislature recently invoked a rarely used constitutional power to require the Christie administration to go back to the drawing board to rewrite the rules governing the state’s medical marijuana law. We are now on the verge of an unprecedented move to overturn the regulations, with agreement by both houses that the governor has overstepped his constitutional bounds.

As sponsor of the law, it was an extraordinarily difficult decision to move forward with this, as I knew it would further delay a program that has already been held up for far too long. But it was critical to ensuring that people with debilitating conditions and patients dying of cancer, HIV and AIDS receive proper care.

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   With Law Hazy, Defiant LA Pot Clinics Open Again
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 26, 2010, 9:04 pm

By Greg Risling, The Associated Press
Source: Associated Press

Los Angeles -- Months after Los Angeles got serious about running a majority of medical marijuana dispensaries out of town by passing strict regulations, the ubiquitous shops are cropping up again.

A judge recently scratched key portions of the ordinance city officials spent years crafting, noting in his Dec. 10 ruling granting a preliminary injunction that a large number of shuttered collectives could reopen. Attorney David Welch, who represents clinics that sued the city when they were forced to close, said nearly 60 collectives have planned to open, and 10 have done so since the judge's decision.

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   Pot doc to Become the First to lose His License
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 23, 2010, 7:17 pm

By Olivia Conroy
Source: Top News

A state official has extended a confirmation this morning that the Colorado doctor facing accusations of recommending medical marijuana to 6 months pregnant women is the same doctor who was arrested this summer in a stealthy police sting operation.

According to the administrative action launched by the Colorado Medical Board this month, Dr. Manuel Aquino faces charges of prescribing marijuana to a 20-year-old woman who was six months pregnant prior to conducting a physical examination of her.

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   Do The Research Before Tweaking Marijuana Law
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 23, 2010, 12:00 pm

By Doug Chyatte
Source: Great Falls Tribune

Montana -- While it remains clear problems exist with the application of Montana's medical cannabis law, these issues do not indicate our model of compassionate access is itself a failure.

The use of cannabis, be it for recreational or medicinal reasons, has been relocated to the back alleys and shadows of our society for more than 80 years. This past prohibition creates an array of issues — most tragic being the association of our ill with society's criminal element.

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   Lawmakers Eye Ways To Regulate MMJ or Repeal It
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 23, 2010, 12:37 am

By Charles S. Johnson, Gazette State Bureau
Source: Billings Gazette

Helena, MT -- Key members of the 2011 Legislature are determined to impose new regulations on a medical marijuana industry that some believe has reeled out of control the past year.

Others are calling for outright repeal of the medical marijuana law enacted by a 2004 ballot measure, which 62 percent of Montanans approved, and one lawmaker wants to put the issue before voters again. One legislator believes it's time to start taxing what he believes is an industry with annual revenues approaching $150 million.

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   Would-Be Jurors Stage 'Mutiny' in Marijuana Case
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 22, 2010, 7:06 pm

By The Associated Press
Source: Associated Press

Montana -- Potential jurors staged a "mutiny" during a felony drug case, a Missoula County prosecutor says, and authorities worry the result will be viewed as a game-changer when it comes to future attempts at prosecuting drug cases in Montana.

Nearly all 27 Missoula County residents during the jury selection process on Thursday told District Court Judge Dusty Deschamps there was no way they would convict anybody of having a couple of buds of marijuana.

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   Michigan's Medical Marijuana Law Shrouded in Haze
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 22, 2010, 7:01 pm

By Tim Martin and Mike Householder, AP Writers
Source: Associated Press

Lansing -- Michigan's two-year-old law allowing the use of marijuana for medical purposes is leaving communities, courts, patients and police locked in disputes over what is legal and what isn't.

Many patients who have the state's OK to use marijuana to ease their pain from conditions ranging from cancer to Crohn's disease have been arrested and others have been fired because of different interpretations of the law approved by Michigan voters in late 2008. Courts face a rash of medical marijuana cases, with the law raising so many questions one state appeals court judge described reading it as a "maze."

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   Oakland Council Votes To Suspend Ordinance
Posted by DrReefer.com on December 22, 2010, 7:00 pm

By Cecily Burt, Oakland Tribune
Source: Oakland Tribune

Oakland, CA -- The Oakland City Council voted in closed session tonight to suspend implementation of its program to permit and tax industrial-sized medical marijuana cultivation businesses and increase the number of dispensaries until the new cultivation law can be amended to address concerns expressed by law enforcement.

The city voted in July to license and regulate large cultivation operators who will grow and produce medical marijuana. The council also recently voted to increase the number of cannabis dispensaries from four to eight.

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