L.A. City Council May Vote On Dispensary Ban Tomorrow
Joe | Jul 23, 2012 | Comments 0
The Los Angeles City Council may be voting on a citywide dispensary ban tomorrow, and the advocacy group Americans for Safe Access is urging action from all advocates and patients in the area for the meeting tomorrow. ASA sent out an email alert today detailing the meeting and how patients can make their voice heard.
Please join us tomorrow for the Los Angeles City Council meeting, where Council Members may vote to ban medical cannabis patients’ associations. Americans for Safe Access (ASA) and allies will be there to tell them no!
What: LA City Council Meeting
When: 10 AM * Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Where: Room 340, City Hall, 200 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
“Arrive early to find parking and complete a speaker’s card in opposition to agenda item number five,” the email alert cntinues. “ASA also recommends you complete a speaker’s card for general public comments. There is a possibility the City Council will delay a vote on agenda item five, the proposed ban on medical cannabis, in which case there will be no comments on the item. If that happens, you can speak during general public comments.
“You can download talking points from ASA to help frame your comments. Be brief and courteous, as always.”
Patients and advocates in L.A., this is your time for action.