California voters intended that patients should have safe and affordable access to medical marijuana
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) November 03, 2011
Recent federal actions against California medical marijuana clubs have put the future of the state’s medical cannabis dispensaries into question. 420 Cannabis Evaluations Clinic, a San Jose medical cannabis doctor’s office, says the Justice Department’s actions threaten to take away patient access to regulated medicine, turning thousands of cancer patients and other seriously ill Californians to the street to find relief. The San Jose medical marijuana doctor’s office asks compassionate individuals concerned with safe access to make their voices heard by calling the White House Comments Line, (202) 456-1111.
Earlier this month, Deputy Attorney General James Cole and four US Attorneys convened a press conference to announce their intention to systematically shut down many California medical marijuana clubs. Their actions have been loudly condemned throughout the state, including by California Attorney General Kamala Harris and numerous elected officials.
In a letter to the Justice Department, Harris denounced the federal actions against medical marijuana, and voiced her concerns that “an overly broad federal enforcement campaign will make it more difficult for legitimate patients to access physician-recommended medicine in California.”
State Senator Mark Leno asked the federal government to halt the federal crackdown on medical marijuana providers, saying, “California voters intended that patients should have safe and affordable access to medical marijuana.”
The San Jose medical marijuana doctor agrees, noting, “Medical marijuana has been safely prescribed to patients suffering from a variety of ailments, alleviating the pain associated with their illness and providing a better quality of life.”
Under current California law, people suffering a wide range of illnesses can get a recommendation for medical cannabis from a medical marijuana physician by undergoing a medical marijuana evaluation. Patients can then grow their own medicine, or obtain it from licensed cannabis clubs.
For many seriously ill people, providing their own medicine is more labor intensive than they can handle, and marijuana dispensaries allow them to focus their energy on recovery. If the medical marijuana collectives are closed, says 420 Cannabis Evaluations, many of these people will have no choice but to try to get their much-needed medicine from the illegal black market.
The San Jose medical marijuana physicians ask friends and neighbors who are concerned with keeping safe and legal access to medicine available to call the White House Comments Line, (202) 456-1111, and ask them to stop the harassment of California medical cannabis providers. The White House Comments Line operates from 6 AM to 2 PM, PDT.
About 420 Cannabis Evaluations Clinic:
420 Cannabis Evaluations Clinic is a San Jose marijuana evaluations clinic. They are dedicated to assisting individuals in need of alternative medicines for their chronic ailments, and have physicians on hand to evaluate the needs of their patients and to determine whether their patients are eligible for a medical marijuana card.
420 Cannabis Evaluations Clinic is dedicated to providing deserving individuals with access to medical marijuana. After being evaluated by their marijuana physician and receiving a marijuana recommendation, a medical marijuana card will provide patients with safe, legal access to medical marijuana. Medical marijuana has been safely prescribed to patients suffering from a variety of ailments, alleviating the pain associated with their illness and providing a better quality of life.
To consult with a San Jose medical marijuana doctor and obtain a medical marijuana card, make an appointment with 420 Cannabis Evaluations Clinic at (408) 471-6685. The San Jose medical marijuana doctor’s office is located at 345 East Santa Clara Street, Suite 108, San Jose, CA 95112.