Editorial Calls for Clear Rules, Standards on Medical Pot
A recent vote by the Los Angeles City Council to shut down medical marijuana dispensaries "is the latest reminder that this state needs to revise its loophole-ridden law on medical pot," according to a San Francisco Chronicle editorial. It states that California voters "approved the medical use of marijuana in 1996, leaving the details of growing, selling and regulating woefully unclear." It concludes, "It's time for a comprehensive answer with clear rules and standards, not a haphazard set ofÂ decisions."
- "Cannabis Clubs Need Clear Guidelines" (San Francisco Chronicle, 7/26).