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Calling All Sacramento County Medical Marijuana Patients!
Sacramento County's policy makers and health administrators are beginning to discuss local implementation of the medical marijuana IDcard program. In order to ensure this important program is made available, we need your help.
If you are a qualified medical marijuana patient or caregiver residingin Sacramento County, please call the office of Health and HumanServices Director, Lynne Frank and politely ask them to prioritize the development of the county's medical marijuana ID program.
Please dial (916) 875-2001 and simply ask about the county's medicalmarijuana ID card program, please leave a voicemail message if youdon't get an answer (feel free to use the following script).
Sacramento patients and supporters rallied this morning at the State Capitol Building to protest recent raids on dispensaries, asking the state to protect our rights. Over a dozen supporters showed up with signs, literature and t-shirts, as pedestrians stopped to chat and drivers honked their horns to show support for medical marijuana rights. Even state employees and law enforcement officers expressed their support for the cause, and asked for more information on how they could help.
Sacramento CC Meeting: Moved to July 11:
The July meeting of the Sacramento Chapter will be moved to July 11th, so that we can celebrate our freedom on Independence Day.
Please join us to plan and strategize for the defense of patients' rights. Agenda items include: The ID card program, up-coming training sessions for advocates, outreach, court support, business items, and any other topics of importance.
Dear medical marijuana supporter-
I am contacting you today because Sacramento County's lawmakers need
to hear from you in order to move to protect local medical marijuana
patients. Over a year ago, the county's Department of Public Health
developed plans to implement the state medical marijuana ID card
program. The Board of Supervisors, however, has not yet conducted a
hearing on the issue, thereby stalling implementation of the program.
If you live in Sacramento County, please take a few minutes today to
contact your county supervisor and ask that they order the Department
of Public Health to implement the medical marijuana ID card program.
Sacramento Bee - Letter to the Editor - June 15,2007
Medical marijuana user IDs
Re "Medical pot ID program gets El Dorado OK," June 7: The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors voted to begin a state ID card system for medical marijuana patients. The ID helps police officers identify patients so taxpayer money is not spent on people who have not committed a crime.
Those of us who reside in Sacramento are patiently waiting. Our board of supervisors should be working diligently to provide Sacramento residents with the same protection.
Subject: Please send LTEs to Sacramento Bee
From: "F. Aaron Smith" -firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear patients and friends in Sacramento--
It was a pleasure meeting you all at the recent Sac'to ASA meeting. It is encouraging that all of you are so committed to taking action in your county to help fellow patients.
As you may know, the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the local implementation of the medical marijuana ID program this week. An article on the subject ran in today's Sacramento Bee (see below).
Please write a letter to the editor calling on the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors to also moving forward with the program. It makes
Sacramento County Residents - Support the ID Card Program!
Sacramento County still has not addressed the ID Card program, and we need patients to help get this on the agenda!
Please download this flyer (link below) with information on how you can help!
Thanks for supporting our rights!
Sacramento Chapter Representative, National Communications Director
The Compassionate Coalition
Ed Rosenthal Book Signing
Sponsored by Crusaders for Patients Rights
April 29th, 1pm to 7pm
Location: Freedom Hall, 320 Harris Ave, Suite H, Sacramento, CA 95838
Call for more info: (916) 924-3455
Susan G. Komen â€œRace for the Cureâ€: May 12
Lanette has reserved a table for SacCC and SacASA at this yearâ€™s Sacramento walk on May 12th. We need volunteers to help with fund-raising as well as working the table â€“please contact Lanette to help out: email@example.com For more information on the walk, visit: www.komen.org