Long Beach medical marijuana
On Tuesday July 12, 2016, the Court of Appeal upheld a lower court’s order dismissing a class-action lawsuit brought by two Medical Marijuana dispensaries, challenging the City’s ordinance banning medical marijuana facilities within the City.
The Long Beach Central Project Area Council, Inc. (LB CPAC) will hold a special meeting at 6pm on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 at I LOVE VEGAN at 2264 Pacific Ave., Long Beach, 90806. I LOVE VEGAN is a new vegan / Thai restaurant in Wrigley Village.
The Long Beach Central Project Area Council, Inc. (LB CPAC) will hold its regular monthly meeting at 6pm on Thursday, September 4, 2014 in the Community Room of the Long Beach Blvd. / Burnett Apartments at 2355 Long Beach Blvd, Long Beach, 90806.
The American Society for Neurochemistry invites the public to an interactive discussion on Marijuana: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Saturday, March 8, 2014 at Hyatt Regency Long Beach Hotel. Experts in the field of cannabinoids will discuss issues pertaining to use of marijuana for pain and addiction.
Suja Lowenthal and co-sponsors, Steve Neal and Al Austin, have placed an item on the September 10 Long Beach City Council agenda requesting updates on a federal court hearing scheduled for today, September 9th, and a recent memorandum distributed by the U.S.
A group of medical marijuana advocates hope a ballot initiative will force the City of Long Beach to regulate dispensaries rather than ban them outright.
Medical Marijuana advocates in Long Beach filed documents yesterday notifying the City of their intent to collect signatures to authorize a Ballot Initiative.
Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal
Vice Mayor and Second District Councilmember, Suja Lowenthal, announced that she intends to create a working group made up of resident and business groups, medical marijuana dispensary representatives, City Attorney, City Prosecutor, city staff and others to research and evaluate ordinances in other jurisdictions and make recommendations following a review and eventual ruling by the California Supreme Court.
Councilmember Robert Garcia explains his views on the balance between public safety and patient access for medical marijuana.
Last night, the City Council took the responsible approach by directing the City Manager to return in March with a Multi-Year Police Academy recruitment plan.
Patients First, an association of medical marijuana patient advocates, will host a townhall forum today, Wednesday, December 7, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in the main chapel of First Congregational Church in Long Beach. The forum will focus on patients’ rights, the significant therapeutic and palliative benefits of medicinal cannabis, and how responsible, nonprofit medical marijuana dispensaries operating in accordance with California state law can have a positive impact in the neighborhoods, which they serve.
A court ruled on Wednesday, that marijuana collectives in Long Beach that don't adhere to city ordinances can be criminally prosecuted.
A Superior Court Judge ruled on Wednesday that marijuana dispensary operators in Long Beach can be criminally prosecuted, announced Long Beach City Prosecutor Doug Haubert.