San Bernardino Rally April 27 to Protest Raids and Medical Marijuana Ordinance Inaction
As we have written in past posts, San Bernardino County has failed to live up to their commitment to implement California's medical marijuana laws and allow patients safe, reliable and local access. The Sheriff's office has begun a systematic program of raiding collectives and arresting collective operators, employees and even patients. This is beyond the pale and one of the most effective avenues to try and stop these hideous practices is to once again go before
our elected officials on the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors and demand that they take action to reign in the lawless actions of SB County law enforcement. The democratic and American way to do that would be to get our elected officials to light a fire under the Planning Department to get a medical marijuana ordinance allowing collectives to operate before the Board for a vote and for it to be implemented ASAP.
Mark your calendar now for Tuesday, April 27 at 10 a.m. and join us at the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors meeting at the County Administrative Building at 385 N. Arrowhead Ave. in downtown San Bernardino. More information will be forthcoming in future posts, but mark your calendar now so that you can be there.
We can stop this madness, but only if patients and advocates such as yourself make the time to join us and demand our rights under California law.
Lanny Swerdlow, Director MAPP