Cannabis Related Links:
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Dr. Mikuriya in the news, links to news articles about Dr. Tod
Links updated 8/25/04
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Dr. Lucido's MedBoardWatch.Com [hopefully coming soon;-)]
California Cannabis Research Medical Group --Includes information on each CA County's implementation of HSC §11362.5.
Classic Pharmaceuticals --Working to restore cannabis and cannabis derivatives to the legal market. Be sure to check out their vaporizer links.
Medical Cannabis Picture Gallery, a comprehensive collection of photos relating to pre-prohibition cannabis.
William S. Eidelman, M.D. "The suspension of my medical license constitutes an illegal assault on both myself and my patients (more than 1000). These patients, who receive difficult-to-find and extremely important medical services (including medical marijuana legal protection, other dimensions of alternative medicine, and conventional medical services including prescriptions), are now without a doctor. As will be shown, my patients are subject to continued police misconduct by the very officers involved in this accusation. Therefore, in declaring that my practice of medicine is a danger to the public, the Medical Board has knowingly created a much more serious danger to my current and future-would-be patients."
The California Compassionate Use Act of 1996 site contains original and official primary documents relating to the ongoing implementation of CCUA (Proposition 215).
Carl Olsen's medical marijuana pages, site contain links to State and National legislation as well as an archive of court filings and rulings.
The Compassion Club a British Columbia cannabis club.
Alliance for Cannabis Therapeutics, information about medical use, clinical studies and reform efforts.
Californians for Compassionate Use, associated with the San Francisco Cannabis Buyers' Club, sponsors of Proposition 215.
Renee Boje Page, a personal page dedicated to the Renee Boje Legal Defense Fund
Trichome, [tri-kom] n. -glandular trichome's disk shaped cap the location of fluid resin globules [cells] rich in psychoactive essential oils and sugars, the nucleus of THC. Found on mature pistillate [female] cannabis flower.
The Green Cross, serving the Puget Sound medical marijuana community.
The Hyperreal Medical Marijuana page.
WWW.RxMarihuana.com the site of Dr. Lester Grinspoon and James D. Bakalar of Harvard Medical School, featuring excerpts from "Marihuana: The Forbidden Medicine," and a link for medical-marijuana users to submit histories, not unlike the Cannabis Patient Registry.
Clifford Schaffer's Library of Medical Marijuana, research papers and historical documents, local statutes and resolutions, organizational statements and legal briefs.
The Drug Policy Foundation, an independent, non-profit organization with over 20,000 members that publicizes alternatives to the failed war on drugs.
Drug Reform Coordination Network, the world's largest online library of drug-policy material.
Drug Text, the latest international information and research on drugs and drug policy, including official documents and policy statements from the United Nations, the Netherlands and elsewhere.
The Media Awareness Project, join the nation's largest e-mail network fighting prohibition. Receive daily news updates about drug policy in general or just medical marijuana news and activist alerts.
The Fitz Hugh Ludlow Hypertext Library contains a number of hypertext documents about pre-1937 cannabis use in the English-speaking world, as well as other documents about early medical and nonmedical uses of cannabis.
The Marijuana Policy Project, current information on the status of marijuana-related legislation in Congress. MPP provides the first full-time lobbying presence for marijuana-law reform in Washington, D.C. See in particular the MPP's guide to the legal status of medical marijuana in all 50 states.
The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML). Since its founding in 1970, NORML has been the principal national advocate for patients' access to medical marijuana.
And NORML's California Chapter.
California Legislative Analyst's Office
The Non-partisan Center for Responsive Politics
Friends Committee on National Legislation,