Proposition 215

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Proposition 215, or the Compassionate Use Act of 1996,[1] is a California law concerning the use of medical cannabis. It was enacted, on November 5, 1996, by means of the initiative process, and passed with 5,382,915 (55.6%) votes in favor and 4,301,960 (44.4%) against. The proposition was a state-wide voter initiative authored by Dennis Peron, Anna Boyce RN, John Entwistle, Jr., Valerie Corral,[2] Dale Gieringer, Thomas Seiler, William Panzer, Scott Imler,[3] Steve Kubby,[4] and psychiatrist Tod H. Mikuriya, and approved by California voters. It allows patients with a valid doctor's recommendation, and the patient's designated Primary Caregivers, to possess and cultivate marijuana for personal medical use, and has since been expanded to protect a growing system of collective and cooperative distribution. The Act added Section 11362.5 to the California Health and Safety Code. California Proposition 215 was the first medical marijuana ballot initiative passed at the state level; causing a conflict in the United States between states' rights advocates and those who support a stronger federal presence.

California Senate Bill 420

California Senate Bill 420 (colloquially known as the Medical Marijuana Program Act[1]) was a bill introduced by John Vasconcellos of the California State Senate, and subsequently passed by the California State Legislature and signed by Governor Gray Davis in 2003 "pursuant to the powers reserved to the State of California and its people under the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution."[2] It clarified the scope and application of California Proposition 215, also known as the Compassionate Use Act of 1996, and established the California medical marijuana program. The bill's title is notable because "420" is a common phrase used in cannabis culture.

FAQ Page

How do I place an order for delivery?

HOURS

  • Online Ordering: 24 hours per day
  • Phone In Order Service Hours: 10am – 7pm daily
  • (844) 50-CANNA (1-844-502-2662)

PRE-HOURS DELIVERY ORDERS (orders placed after-hours online)

  • All orders placed before 10am will receive a call between 10am & 11am to schedule delivery time.
  • Delivery times may vary based on traffic and order volume.
  • Should you learn you will not be available to take delivery, please call us at (844) 50-CANNA (1-844-502-2662)

DURING-HOURS DELIVERY ORDERS (orders placed during hours online or phone)

  • We do our best to deliver within 45 minutes or sooner. The following cities may take longer then 45 minutes due to logistics: Chular, Soledad, Greenfield, King City, Carmel
  • Delivery times may vary based on traffic and order volume.
  • To place an order over the phone, please call us at (844) 50-CANNA (1-844-502-2662)
  • For phone orders: the sign-up process is sped up if you can email us your doctors recommendation along with a copy of your Drivers License. You can email it to newmembers@cannafreedom.org or you can sign-up via the online form which gives us the info prior to meeting with you.
  • No matter if you order via phone or online you will still have to initial and sign our Collective Agreement upon our arrival. You will also need to show us the doctors recommendation and your ID to make sure your identity is valid.

DELIVERY SAFETY & POLICIES

  • Drivers carry no change. Cash payment must be exact change or more. We encourage money orders or cashier’s checks. Please Note: We’re currently unable to accept Debit/Credit cards.
  • Abuse of the service or our staff will result in denial of service.
  • Driver carries no product other than your order, order must be final when you click submit or call us with your request. This is for the protection of our drivers.
  • We will only deliver in daylight hours.
  • Driver vehicles have security cameras and are tracked via GPS through security headquarters.
  • Drivers retain the right to refuse service to anyone.
  • Maximum order is 2 ounces or 16 concentrates or 20 edibles or an equal combination of those items/quantities.Pre-rolled joints are limited to 5 per patient order.
  • We will only deliver to a residence, your work or hotel where you are checked in. Addresses and contact #’s will be verified.
  • Our drivers will in a plain uniform, drivers are randomly and anonymously followed by our trained safety personnel to ensure best practices.
  • Deliveries are packaged in discreet paper bags, looking like food delivery.
  • Salinas and Monterey have a $60 order minimum for delivery.
  • Soledad, Greenfield, King City and Carmel have a $75 order minimum for delivery.
How can I find out what you have? Do you have a menu?

We offer our menu on WeedMaps.com as well as here on our home website. Our menu is kept up-to-date so if you see it online we have it in stock. Generally if something is out of stock it will be listed as such or not listed at all.

Here at Canna Freedom we do our best to offer you the most professional experience possible. Our menu has some of the highest quality photos available to make sure you get a good sense at the medicine you are looking to get.

Our product descriptions are based on the medicine being tested by 3-5 patients of the collective. We do our best no to just simply post that it’s a good product but be as detailed as possible about the smell, taste and effects. Along with that we do our best to research which strains work for particular ailments. Of course each patients experience can vary.

If you would like to view our menu please click here.

Do you carry clones?

We do not carry clones at this time. However we do plan to offer this to our collective members very soon. Feel free to email us using the contact page to offer suggestions of strains you are looking for.

How do I get a California Medical Cannabis Patient ID?

Our recommendation comes from personal experience of the founders. In our experience MediCann has proven to be one of the most professional services with longevity to prove it. You can get your card from other organizations or personal physicians. Although MediCann is our recommendation.

Once you get a written doctors recommendation we advise you to get the State ID card for added protection. Many times law enforcement will not honor anything other then a State ID card. Of course you can prove in court that you are, in fact, a legal patient if your physician note is legitimate. However, if you want to have added protection from even going to court we recommend getting the State ID. Keep in mind this is a voluntary program and not mandatory.

If you’re interested in the State ID card please fill out their application and submit it to your local health department.

Do you require the State ID card?

No. There are some dispensaries that require a medical ID card. In accordance with State Bill 420, we will honor your doctor’s recommendation provided we can reach your doctor’s office to verify it. Keep in mind the State ID card and MediCann offer online verification which speeds the process greatly.

Do I need to sign anything?

Canna Freedom is a collective of patients. In order to visit our facilities you must register as a member of our collective, which involves signing an agreement stating your intention to relate with Harborside as such. This in no way limits your ability to cultivate your own medicine, infringes upon your legal limits, or prevents you from joining another collective. The agreement simply states your intention to be an active member of the collective.