The case for medical marijuana: vote yes on Proposition 215
In order to create a safe and affordable mechanism through which seriously ill patients can access marijuana, supporters of its legitimate use have placed Proposition 215 on the California State ballot. The ballot lists medical uses that include AIDS and cancer. The law would stipulate that a patient or primary caregiver may grow marijuana for personal use and would not be subject to criminal prosecution. Until a raid in August 1996, more than 10,000 people in the San Francisco area have procured medical marijuana through the Cannabis Buyer’s Club.
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