MMJ Week in San Diego – Chapter Meeting and Rally for Safe Access

Today is the start of Medical Marijuana Week! Americans for Safe Access has created a week of actions our community must participate in to save safe access across the country.

Today’s target is Obama! Despite his indication to take a more reasonable approach to medical cannabis, President Obama and his Administration have become more aggressive towards our community. In addition to raids, the Obama Administration has launched a variety of new tactics including patient privacy violations, seizing and shutting down of medical cannabis related bank accounts, manipulation of the tax code, threats to government officials and landlords, and interfering with medical cannabis patients’ Right to Bear Arms. To read more about Obama’s mistreatment of our community, click here.

In San Diego, the community will be active all week:

  • Tuesday, February 14th join the San Diego ASA Chapter for our monthly meeting at the La Jolla Brew House from 7-9pm where we will be discussing the community’s response to the federal threats, chapter elections, as well as medical cannabis news from across the county and state. RSVP on Facebook to the meeting:
  • Thursday, February 16th, from noon-2pm join patients, advocates, and supporters of medical cannabis for a Rally / march in front of the San Diego Federal Courthouse (940 Front St. San Diego CA)RSVP for the rally on Facebook:

The time has come to stand up and speak out against the mass eradication of Medical Cannabis in our City and State!

During Medical Marijuana Week, (2/13/12-2/17/12), Here are some other ways you can get involved:

1. Call the White House, 202-456-1111, and tell Obama to keep is promise to ‘not use Justice Department resources to try and circumvent state laws’, demand he stop putting politics before science, and urge swift action to reclassify cannabis immediately.

2. Contact your Members of Congress, 202-224-3121, to demand sponsorship of legislation to reclassify cannabis, end federal interference in state programs, and provide licensed patients and provides a defense in court.

3. Join the fight to protect and advance the rights of medical marijuana patients! More information at

Eugene Davidovich, Chapter Coordinator
San Diego Americans for Safe Access

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