• Rally to Protect State Cannabis Laws!

    by  • July 20, 2012 • Blog

    Harborside Health Center

    Please support Harborside and everyone impacted by the federal government’s interference with state cannabis laws.

    Last October CA’s four US Attorney’s announced a crackdown on medical cannabis, saying they would target organizations using medical cannabis as a shield for criminal activity and profiteering. But the list of those actually targeted reads like an honor role of the most legitimate and legally compliant medical cannabis providers in the state.

    On July 9th, Harborside Health Center was added to that list, when federal agents taped a notice of property forfeiture to our front doors. This action was a major escalation by US Attorney Melinda Haag, who previously had said she would focus enforcement actions on dispensaries that too close to schools, or out of compliance with state law

    Ms. Haag failed to cite even one specific act of wrongdoing on the part of Harborside. The only reason she gave for moving against us is that we are too large. But the reason we have become so large is because we have provided patients with the very highest level of care, and have meticulously obeyed state law and local regulations.

    Help stop the Federal attacks on the medical cannabis community!

    Join us
    MONDAY, JULY 23 at 12:00pm
    Oakland City Hall
    1 Frank H Ogawa Plaza
    Oakland, CA 94612

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    Originally posted on The Weed Blog

    UPDATE: Protest in Portland, Oregon the following day on Tuesday, July 24, from 10am to 2pm at 1420 SW Park Ave. [Facebook Event] [Google Event]


    Anthony Johnson is the executive director of the National Cannabis Coalition and our parent division, the American Victory Coalition. He also serves as a Board Member of Show-Me Cannabis Regulation, an organization working to end cannabis prohibition in Missouri. As President of the University of Missouri Law School ACLU Chapter, Anthony co-authored the measures that legalized medical cannabis possession and decriminalized personal possession for all adults within the city limits of Columbia, Missouri, in 2004. Following law school, Anthony practiced criminal defense for two years before working full time in the political field to help improve and protect civil liberties. You can follow Anthony on Twitter and also friend him on Facebook by following the links below as he posts mostly about civil liberties and politics with dashes of sports, music, movies and whatnot.


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