PROTEST TUESDAY 6/17 @ San Jose City Hall

On Tuesday 6/17 the San Jose City Council will pass regulations that will force most (90%) of clubs to close. The regulations will go into effect 30 days from Tuesday.

These are the key points of regulations:

  •  All Members Must Be 21 & Over
  • Background On All Employees (ie: bud tenders, transporters, growers, etc..)
  • Clubs Must Grow All Their Own Medication
  • All Concentrates, Edibles & Topicals Must Be Produced At The Dispensary In San Jose.

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Cannabis Coalition Offers Solution with 5th Medical Marijuana Initiative Filing in San Jose

Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition Files Updated Cannabis Commission Initiative to Address City’s Concerns, as Council Meets to Effectively Ban All Cannabis Clubs

San Jose, CA (June 10, 2014) – The Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition (SVCC) has filed an update to its Cannabis Commission Initiative for San Jose. The group intends to meet the criteria that, according to city staff, was missing from all of the previously filed initiatives. With the failure of any medical marijuana initiative to qualify for the November 2014 ballot in San Jose, initiative language that address the cities concerns is essential. Activists state the current regulations presented by city staff at the City Council meeting today would create an effective ban.

“The SVCC proposal to create a Cannabis Commission might be the only way to appropriately address the issues related to medical marijuana in San Jose,” said Dave Hodges, founder of the All American Cannabis Club, and SVCC member. “For the past five years the council has taken the wrong approach to cannabis clubs. Creating regulations that make it impossible to operate does not move San Jose forward.”

The SVCC’s updated initiative addresses all state and federal requirements, while creating an oversight committee to regulate cannabis clubs immediately. The commission would create the regulations, oversight and long term solutions for marijuana businesses in San Jose. It would also aid the city in adjusting to any statewide regulation of medical marijuana or legalization of marijuana for adult use in the future. The cannabis commission would act as a regulatory body for all marijuana businesses in the nation’s 10th largest city.

The Commission would:

  • Establish strict operational and safety standards for marijuana businesses;
  • Ensure medical marijuana is not distributed to minors;
  • Ensure medical marijuana does not impact K-12 schools;
  • Ensure drug cartels, criminals & gangs are not working with marijuana businesses.
  • Ensure marijuana businesses participate in drug diversion & youth drug education programs;
  • Ensure bad operators are referred to the city for appropriate action;
  • Actively monitor the compliance of marijuana businesses; and
  • Study, hold and conduct forums on any problems or concerns of the community related to marijuana businesses.

“By addressing the concerns and empowering a Cannabis Commission to oversee an issue the council has unsuccessfully struggled with for five years, the new initiative is designed to provide a working solution for all sides,” said John Lee, director of the SVCC. “We hope to see the council take a better direction, but if they don’t we may have to go to a special election.”

The San Jose City Council is expected to pass regulations that are virtually identical to those in 2011. Three years ago medical marijuana advocates repealed a similar unworkable ordinance. This problem is something directly City Council itself created by failing to properly regulate cannabis clubs for the past five years.

SVCC Initiative Language: http://bit.ly/svcc-lanaguage

 

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Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition Announces “Weed for Votes” List of Participating Collectives

Activists wonder how much of an impact the “ CannaVote ” will have on tomorrow’s primary election

San Jose, CA (June 2, 2014) The Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition (SVCC) , the group promoting the “Weed for Votes” campaign hopes to increase the turnout at the polls. Voting locations open at 7am tomorrow morning, Tuesday June 3rd. To find your location visit CannaVote.com and click “Find Your Voting Location.” Activists state voting is more important than ever.

Politicians should remember in 2010 that San Jose voters approved a marijuana tax with over 78% of the vote. Unfortunately, mayoral candidates are ignoring this fact and making irrational statements. Councilmember Sam Liccardo’s website states that cannabis clubs make “communities more dangerous,” and Councilmember Rose Herrera has stated, “I’m going to move to ban them.”

“San Jose voters want regulated medical cannabis. All the issues related to cannabis clubs in San Jose have been directly caused by the city’s failure to reasonably regulate them,” said John Lee, director of the Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition ( SVCC ). “The current council members are responsible for these problems, and voters should hold them accountable.”

With predictions of one of the lowest voter turnouts in history this Tuesday, cannabis supporters could have a huge effect. The impact of each vote is effectively doubled when compared to the November elections. Supporters hope to show local politicians that the “ CannaVote ” can impact elections and they should be taken seriously.

“With CannaVote.com we tried to recommend candidates that will take a reasonable approach to regulating cannabis clubs,” said Dave Hodges, founder of the All American Cannabis Club (A2C2) and SVCC member. “In a few cases candidates were simply better than the alternatives. CannaVote.com links directly to candidates websites so voters can do their own research.”

To encourage voting tomorrow, throughout San Jose collectives are offering everything from discounts to free medicine for members who come in with an “I Voted” sticker or ballot stub on June 3rd. A list of clubs participating in the “Weed for Votes” program is on SVCannabis.org

After voting, supporters are asked to attend the 1:30pm San Jose City Council meeting, where medical marijuana regulations will be discussed. Large numbers are expected in protest of unreasonable regulations, and to show support for the SVCC proposal of a commission to regulate cannabis businesses.

“Weed for Votes” Collectives:

A2C2
1082 Stockton Ave
3131 South Bascom Ave

Amsterdam’s Garden
2142 The Alameda

Greenjean’s Place
3229 South Bascom Ave

HAZE
2348 Alum Rock Ave
1814 Hillsdale Ave Suite A

Herbs
1641 West San Carlos Street
1420 South Winchester Blvd.
282 San Jose Avenue

I&I Collective
2630 Union Ave
1530 Alum Rock Ave

PapaDon’s
590 Lincoln Ave
931 Commercial St

Platinum Society
1174 Lincoln Ave

San Jose Patients Group
824 The Alameda

Yerba Buena Collective
2129 S 10th St
4211 Barrymore Dr
4464 Pearl Ave
325 S Monroe St
1324 N 10th St

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San Jose City Council Meeting Tuesday June 3rd 2014

San Jose City Council Meeting:
1:30pm Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014 at
San Jose City Hall, Council Chambers
200 E Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA

TO BE HEARD IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE CONSENT CALENDAR

** Public testimony was taken at the May 13, 2014 City Council meeting. A motion was made and tabled for continued action on the May 20, 2014 and June 3, 2014 agendas.

Title 6 Text | Title 20 Text | June 3rd Agenda

8.1 Continuation of Amendments to Title 20 and to Title 6 to Establish Medical Marijuana Regulations.‌

**NO ADDITIONAL PUBLIC COMMENT WILL BE TAKEN ON ITEM 8.1 UNLESS THE ITEM HAS BEEN SUBSTANTIALLY CHANGED SINCE THE COUNCIL HEARD THE ITEM ON MAY 13, 2014 AND MAY 20, 2014

Recommendation:

(a) Approve an ordinance of the City of San José repealing suspended ordinance no. 28958 except for those Sections of Title 20 of the San José Municipal Code related to Zoning Code Verification Certificates previously unsuspended by Ordinance No. 29089, and amending Title 20 by amending Section 20.10.040 of Chapter 20.10, amending Section 20.40.100 of Chapter 20.40; amending Section 20.50.100 of Chapter 20.50, amending Section 20.70.100 of Chapter 20.70, adding a new Part 9.75 to Chapter 20.80, and adding new Sections 20.100.1530, 20.100.1535 and 20.100.1540 to Part 13 of Chapter 20.100, all to establish Land Use regulations pertaining to medical marijuana collectives;

(b) Approve an ordinance of the City of San José amending Title 6 of the San José Municipal Code to add a new Chapter 6.88 to establish a registration process pertaining to medical marijuana collectives; and, to establish regulations pertaining to medical marijuana collectives and to the individual cultivation and use of medical marijuana; and Discussion of regulating campaign contributions by medical marijuana establishments, and other regulated businesses, to political candidates.

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Free Marijuana For San Jose Voters, “Weed For Votes” Tuesday June 3rd

Cannabis Clubs to Offer discounts & Free Pot to Medical Cannabis Patients Who Vote in the June Primary Election.

The San Jose City Council’s actions regarding medical cannabis has activated the cannabis voter base for the June 3rd elections. To encourage turn-out for several closely contested races, including the mayoral race, collectives are providing discounts and even free weed to encourage their supporters to vote. To help, the Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition (SVCC) has created a cannabis friendly voter guide at CannaVote.com for the June primary elections.

With an expected low turnout Tuesday, cannabis supporters could have double the impact. Each vote could effectively count as two votes in June compared to the November elections. Activists hope to show local politicians that their supporters can impact elections and that politicians need to take their concerns seriously.

“We have a huge opportunity to make a large impact in who runs San Jose,” said John Lee, Director of the SVCC, “Although we may not have regulations on the June ballot, insuring the right politicians are elected is even more important.”

Throughout San Jose, cannabis collectives are offering everything from discounts to free medicine to members who come in with an “I Voted” sticker or ballot stub on June 3rd. A complete list of clubs participating in the “Weed for Votes” program will be announced on Monday, June 2nd.

After voting, supporters are asked to attend the San Jose City Council meeting, where medical marijuana regulations will be discussed. A large number of supporters are expected to protest the passage of unreasonable regulations that would create an effective ban on collectives in the city.

“Based on the turnout on May 20th, we could see over a thousand people attend Tuesday’s council meeting,” said Dave Hodges, founder of the All American Cannabis Club and member of the SVCC. “In a show of unity we will be passing out free t-shirts and hope to create a sea of green shirts at city hall.”

The City of San Jose’s regulations would:

  • Prevent medical patients under the age of 21 from safely getting medicine
  • Do nothing to prevent medical marijuana from getting into schools
  • Require that collectives take “state cards” only
  • Force collectives to operate without any cash transactions
  • Create mortgage issues for landlords and building owners
  • Force all production to be done, indoors, at one location per collective in San Jose
  • Prevent collective providers or “vendors” from working with collectives in San Jose

The SVCC has asked the city to establish a commission to aid in regulating medical marijuana businesses, but has yet to see any sign of the city doing something reasonable. Since there will be no public hearing at the council meeting, cannabis supporters are asked to weigh in by sending letters and/or emails to the council members or to Mayor Chuck Reed.

Voter Guide: www.CannaVote.com

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Limbo for Cannabis Clubs in San Jose Continues Until June 3rd

Council Members Delay Decision Until the June Elections

Last Tuesdays San Jose City Council meeting left many asking “What just happened?” In what has become standard practice for the San Jose City Council, the marijuana regulation topic was deferred once again. The timing of the delay is significant; it has now been delayed until the same day as the June primary elections.

“The failure to establish appropriate regulations has let down our community and is activating the CannaVote,” said John Lee, the Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition (SVCC) member and director of Control and Regulate San Jose. “The substantial turnout at the last City Council meeting was a demonstration of the reach of the medical marijuana community.”

To help inform medical cannabis voters, the SVCC is announcing CannaVote.com, its cannabis voter awareness project. SVCC is urging San Jose residents to vote on June 3rd, then come to the 1:30pm council meeting at city hall.

This November it will have been over five years in which the San Jose City Council has failed to properly address the medical marijuana issue. All four of the Council Members running for mayor, Rose Herrera, Sam Liccardo, Madison Nguyen and Pierluigi Oliverio share responsibility for the current problems related to cannabis clubs in San Jose. Each were council members when medical marijuana was first presented in 2009. None have shown the leadership to address this issue in a reasonable way.

The issue of adopting an ordinance allowing medical cannabis clubs in San Jose was first in front of the rules committee on November 4th, 2009. The medical marijuana community has been asking for regulations ever since. The lack of regulations has created confusion for cannabis club operators and law enforcement alike, creating an unpredictable environment for the entire San Jose community.

“We need politicians who get things done. This is our opportunity to show local officials the extent of the CannaVote. We are urging all Medical Marijuana users & supporters to vote on June 3rd, then come down to San Jose City Hall,” said Dave Hodges, founder of the All American Cannabis Club (A2C2) and SVCC Member. “CannaVote will have a significant impact on the June elections.”

CannaVote.com will offer a San Jose voter guide as well as other voter resources. To get involved, please attend the SVCC meeting this Wednesday, May 28th, 2014 at 3pm.

Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition Meeting:
Wednesday, May 28th, 2014 at 3pm
UFCW Hall
240 South Market St, San Jose CA (map)

San Jose City Council Meeting:
Election Day Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014 at 1:30pm
San Jose City Hall, Council Chambers
200 E Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA

More Information:
www.CannaVote.com

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San Jose Voting to Ban Medical Marijuana Today, May 20

Council expected to pass regulations causing effective ban; immediate surge in black market sales possible

San Jose, CA (May 20, 2014) – The San Jose City Council is expected to pass regulations that are virtually identical to those in 2011. Three years ago medical marijuana advocates repealed a similar unworkable ordinance. The motivations claimed by the Council are to protect the community and reduce the negative impact caused by several cannabis clubs in San Jose. This problem is something the City Council itself created by failing to properly regulate cannabis clubs for the past five years.

“Regardless of the City Councils talking points, these regulations are bad for San Jose,” said Dave Hodges, founder of the All American Cannabis Club and Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition operator. “Without reasonable regulations that treat cannabis clubs like any other business, we will never move forward.”

In a speech before the City Council last week, the Supervisor of the Narcotics Prosecution Team for the Santa Clara County District Attorney, Patrick Vanier, claimed cannabis clubs “like [to be in ] the gray area.” This could not be further from the truth. The medical marijuana Industry wants regulations. The fact is, if you let growers and vendors register with the city, most will, and the ones that do not will disappear.

A solution proposed by the Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition (SVCC) would satisfy all sides. Last week, May 12th, SVCC members filed an initiative that would create a Cannabis Commission in San Jose. The commission would create regulations, provide oversight and ensure a long term solution for medical marijuana clubs in San Jose. It would act as a regulatory body for medical cannabis in the city and could ensure flexibility given the complexity of this dynamic issue. The commission would achieve several objectives including:

  • Ensure marijuana does not impact any K-12 schools.
  • Establish strict operational & safety standards for marijuana businesses.
  • Ensure marijuana businesses that cause problems in the community are shut down.
  • Actively monitor marijuana businesses for any violations of safety & operational standards and recommend appropriate fines or fees.
  • Study any concerns of the community related to marijuana.
  • Ensure cannabis clubs participate in drug diversion & youth drug education programs.

“We have asked the Council not to approve the current proposed medical marijuana regulations and to work with the SVCC on a lasting solution for San Jose,” said John Lee, SVCC member and director of Control and Regulate San Jose. “We can only hope they will be reasonable this time around.”

The entire communities on all sides of this issue should fear the ramifications of this decision.

San Jose City Council Meeting:
Today, May 20th, 2014 at 1:30pm
San Jose City Hall, Council Chambers
200 E Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA

The SVCC’s language can be viewed at: http://bit.ly/svcc-language

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San Jose City Council Agenda for 5/20/2014

SJ-City-Council-5-20-14Please attend this San Jose City Council meeting, Tuesday May 20th 2014

The San Jose City Council is again attempting to implement regulations that are unworkable for marijuana businesses. The proposed regulations effectively shut down all medical marijuana Business in the city. With claims marijuana lobbyists are pushing for watered down regulations, the reverse is actually true. Marijuana business operators have asked for responsible regulations, while the proposed regulations have been primarily influenced by law enforcement, who view all medical marijuana to be illegal.

The regulations from San Jose city staff would:
– Do virtually nothing to address the issue of medical marijuana in schools
– Force medical marijuana patients to buy their medicine off the streets, and in residential neighborhoods;
– Create more drug dealers, increasing gang activity and other illicit drug sales;
– Create more unregulated, black market, neighborhood grows;
– Ban all concentrated cannabis, creating more backyard hash oil manufacturing;

They are doing the same thing they did three years, when the community responded with a referendum…

5/20 AGENDA:

8.2      Continuation of Amendments to Title 20 and to Title 6 to Establish MedicalMarijuana Regulations

Memo from the Planning Commission
Supplemental
Memo from Mayor Reed, Vice Mayor Nguyen, and Councilmembers Liccardo and Oliverio about Title 6
Memo from Mayor Reed, Vice Mayor Nguyen, and Councilmembers Liccardo and Oliverio about Title 20
Memo from Councilmember Rocha
Memo from Mayor Reed
Memo from Councilmember Herrera (1)
Memo from Councilmember Herrera (2)

**NO ADDITIONAL PUBLIC TESTIMONY WILL BE TAKEN UNDER ITEM 8.2

Recommendation:  

(a)                Approve an ordinanceof the City of San José repealing suspended ordinance no. 28958 except for those Sections of Title 20 of the San José Municipal Code related to Zoning Code Verification Certificates previously unsuspended by Ordinance No. 29089, and amending Title 20 by amending Section 20.10.040 of

Chapter 20.10, amending Section 20.40.100 of Chapter 20.40; amending Section 20.50.100 of Chapter 20.50, amending Section 20.70.100 of Chapter 20.70, adding a new Part 9.75 to Chapter 20.80, and adding new Sections 20.100.1530, 20.100.1535 and 20.100.1540 to Part 13 of Chapter 20.100, all to establish Land

Use regulations pertaining to medical marijuana collectives;

(b)               Approve an ordinanceof the City of San José amending Title 6 of the San José Municipal Code to add a new Chapter 6.88 to establish a registration process pertaining to medical marijuana collectives; and, to establish regulations pertaining to medical marijuana collectives and to the individual cultivation and use of medical marijuana; and

(c)                Discussion of regulating campaign contributions by medical marijuana establishments, and other regulated businesses, to political candidates.

CEQA:  Addendum to Negative Declaration File No. PP11-039 as previously addended; File No. PP14-030.  Planning Commission recommends approval with modifications described in the transmittal memo.  (City Manager/Planning, Building and Code Enforcement/Police)

(Continued from 5/13/14 – Item 8.1)

**        Public testimony was taken at the May 13, 2014 City Council meeting.  A motion was made and tabled for continued action on the May 20, 2014 agenda.  No future public testimony will be taken. 

*          TO BE HEARD LAST IN THE AFTERNOON

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No More Medical Marijuana In San Jose Today May 13th

San Jose City Council Discusses Regulations That Effectively Ban All Medical Marijuana Businesses

The San Jose City Council is again attempting to implement regulations that are unworkable for marijuana businesses. The proposed regulations effectively shut down all medical marijuana Business in the city. With claims marijuana lobbyists are pushing for watered down regulations, the reverse is actually true. Marijuana business operators have asked for responsible regulations, while the proposed regulations have been primarily influenced by law enforcement, who view all medical marijuana to be illegal.

The regulations from San Jose city staff would:

  • Do virtually nothing to address the issue of medical marijuana in schools
  • Force medical marijuana patients to buy their medicine off the streets, and in residential neighborhoods;
  • Create more drug dealers, increasing gang activity and other illicit drug sales;
  • Create more unregulated, black market, neighborhood grows;
  • Ban all concentrated cannabis, creating more backyard hash oil manufacturing;

“Doing the same thing they did three years ago is insane,” said Dave Hodges, founder of the All American Cannabis Club, and Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition (SVCC) member. “If the city council passes the proposed regulations, the community will respond with a referendum, again.”

SVCC members submitted another initiative yesterday (May 12th) that would help the city move forward in a positive way. The initiative would create a commission to provide oversight as well as:

  • Ensure medical marijuana does not impact any K-12 schools;
  • Establish strict standards for marijuana businesses;
  • Monitor marijuana businesses and take actions to correct any violations of safety, operational standards, and state law;
  • Study any problems or concerns of the community related to marijuana; and
  • Ensure marijuana businesses participate in drug diversion & youth drug education programs.

The SVCC’s langauge can be viewed at: http://bit.ly/svcc-language

“The regulations drafted by San Jose City Staff do nothing to solve the current issues, and will, in fact, cause a greater impact on residential neighborhoods,” said John Lee, SVCC member and director of Control & Regulate San Jose. “The city needs to resist the temptation to pass the current proposal. By establishing a Cannabis Commission, the entire community can be assured all issues will be addressed and resolved fairly.”

Medical marijuana operators have long supported reasonable regulations, yet are again faced with the fear of unreasonable closure of their businesses. The medical marijuana patients who need it most will be driven to the streets and the black market for their medicine.

If San Jose residents, business owners and property owners want sound regulations, they’d better show up at tonight’s council meeting in force.

When:
TODAY, Tuesday, May 13th, 2014
5pm & 7pm

Where:
San Jose City Council Meeting
7pm at San Jose City Hall, Council Chambers
200 E Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA (map)

Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition Pre-Meeting
5pm at UFCW Hall
240 South Market St, San Jose CA (map)

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San Jose City Council Meeting to Ban Medical Marijuana May 13th

Proposed Regulations Would Effectively Ban Collectives from the City

The San Jose City Council meets Tuesday, May 13th at 7pm to discuss, and likely approve, regulations that will create an effective ban on medical marijuana dispensaries citywide. Collective operators, patients and concerned citizens who wish to see proper medical marijuana regulations in San Jose should attend this critical meeting.

“The language is almost identical to what the Council approved in 2011, which triggered an immediate referendum. If the council adopts these regulations there will be an instant increase in black market activity, such as neighborhood grows and backyard butane production,” said Dave Hodges, founder of the All American Cannabis Club and Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition (SVCC) member. “If this passes, medical patients will be driven to the streets to access their medicine, which will directly impact the safety of children, neighborhoods and the patients who need this medication.”

The language would be an “effective ban” because the regulations:

  •  Prevent the common practice of collectives from working together to provide the diverse range of products patients need.
  • Ban all hash oils and most concentrated cannabis used for topicals, edibles and vaporizers.
  • Force all cultivation and production to be done in one location per collective in San Jose.

The proposed language does nothing to keep marijuana out of schools, or provide any community feedback on collective operations. SVCC has proposed regulations that would protect schools, allow collectives to operate like any other business, and create a Cannabis Commission to address any needs or complaints from the community.

“A commission would address many of the issues the Council has struggled with for years and provide a way for everyone to move forward,” said John Lee, SVCC member & director of Control & Regulate San Jose. “It seems one of the biggest misunderstandings with this issue is the assumption that collective operators are ‘drug dealers.’ Drug dealers don’t check for ID, doctor’s recommendations or ask for regulations. Collective operators do both.”

SVCC is asking City Council members to:

  1. Not adopt staff’s proposal at the May 13th council meeting and defer this issue
  2. Direct staff to either:
    A) Adopt the new SVCC language containing the Cannabis Commission, or
    B) Direct staff to work with the SVCC to incorporate a Cannabis Commission, and changes from the community

All San Jose citizens are encouraged to attend this meeting to voice their outrage on regulations that force medical marijuana patients back to the black market, and criminal activity to take place in our community and neighborhoods.

When:
Tuesday, May 13th, 2014
5pm & 7pm

Where:
San Jose City Council Meeting
7pm at San Jose City Hall, Council Chambers
200 E Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA (map)

Silicon Valley Cannabis Coalition Pre-Meeting
5pm at UFCW Hall
240 South Market St, San Jose CA

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