put the needs of sick and dying patients ahead of politics in Imperial Beach, we
need people committed to reform in our local community.
is an important local compassionate use issue, an issue that local officials
have attempted to govern using a ridiculous, county sponsored, 'Smear with Fear'
and 'Reefer Madness' campaign. Instead of listening to the community’s outcry
for compassion and consideration for the health, safety and welfare of the
city's most vulnerable residents, the City has banned safe access to medical
marijuana in Imperial Beach.
Your community needs advocates to get involved with the reform
effort today to make a big difference right here in Imperial Beach! Read More.
the last few months, members of the local chapter of Americans for Safe Access
consulted with patients, local residents, prominent legal minds, and members of
San Diego City’s Medical Marijuana Task Force to draft the Safe Access Ordinance
of Imperial Beach, a ballot measure which if passed, would overturn the
draconian laws that were passed last year by the Council, and create a means for
patients to safely obtain their physician recommended medicine in their
Now is the time for advocates of medical cannabis to work
together to reform the status quo which denies sick and dying local residents
the rights afforded to them by voters over 16 years ago.
To make real
reform possible, we need you to volunteer, donate, gather signatures, stuff
envelopes, make calls, offer testimonials, blog, tweet, text and talk about this
effort to overturn the ban and reinstate the Compassionate Use Act in Imperial
Can you schedule volunteer time
for the campaign right now?VOLUNTEER Can you donate to the campaign right
now?DONATE or SHOP
excitement and interest pouring in already by email is incredible. Keep
spreading the word and building this movement for local reform. While speaking
officially at a City Council meeting, Mayor Jim Janney said he'd be interested
to know how the residents of Imperial Beach feel about this issue.
here is our chance! Let's show the Mayor, the Council, our county officials and
the federal government all know how Imperial Beach residents feel about this
We're at the beginning of something remarkable, and you are
formally invited to support and join us.
Thank you once again to the over 700 local residents and business owners who,
early on in the campaign sent
letters to the Imperial Beach City Council in support of safe access in our
community and against the ban, we look forward to your continued support,
participation, and most importantly your vote in November!