> ACMM Quarterly Meeting |
* June 13th, 2014, 10am - 2:30pm * OMMP Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana (ACMM) regular meeting at Deschutes Co Administration Building, 1300 NW Wall St, DeArmond Room in Bend, OR 97701.
* For archived meetings, visit: >> OMMP Meetings page
> MERCY Weekly Meeting |
Every Wednesday (except Holidays) * 7:00pm to 9:00pm * Want to get your Card? Need Medicine Now? Welcome to The Club! The Mercy Club, a Public Meet-Up and our MERCY Weekly TV show hosted by MERCY at 1745 Capital St NE, Salem, OR, 97301. * For more info, call MERCY at: 503.363-4588 ľor- visit: >> The MERCY Club page
Quarterly Meeting of the Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana (ACMM) on Thu., 3/6/2014 in Corvallis, Oregon to discuss issues relevent to the Medical Cannabis community. Organized by Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP). captured by MERCY-TV (Peke).
McMinnville Yamhill County area Compassionate Oregon presents a public forum on the "Dispensaries" (Medical Marijuana Facilities, MMFs) law, Thu., 1/30/14. McMenamin's Hotel Oregon, 2nd floor, Mattie's Room. Starts at 7pm and goes for about 2 hours.
Panel members are Yamhill County Commissioner Mary Stern, (president of the Association of Oregon Counties who is sponsoring SB 1531)*, Sheriff Jack Crabtree, rules advisory member, Dayton City Council Member Annette Frank, Andrew Gwin owner NWHC. Thanks for watching Mercy-TV, please subscribe! All the news you need about Medical Cannabis in Oregon and beyond.
Yamhill county commissioners held a work session on an ordinance for facilities last week and McMinnville will hold a public hearing in two weeks to take public testimony on their proposed city ordinance to ban facilities. They would have done it last night at their meeting but realized they needed to have a public hearing before adopting an ordinance.
As many of you remember Carlton Oregon (Yamhill County) two years ago tried to ban cardholders from growing inside city limits.┬ It never happened but here we are again.
We hope to convince our fellow residents not to ban so come on out and give a listen.
* In Commissioner Sterns defense she thinks is opposed to an outright ban as is a second commissioner who lost a sister to cancer and used marijuana with great effect.┬ That's two out of three and that is all we need.
A big shout out to all who made last night's event a success. The place was packed with over 100 people in attendance.
We apologize to Todd Dalotto because the technology was not good enough to allow for have him call in from Ashland to participate. And a big thanks for being on standby. Andrew Gwin did an excellent job on a last minute call to join the panel. He is a rising star with a good grasp on the issue(s)
So thank you to: Andrew Gwin for getting Compassionate Oregon's website up and ready for last night and his insightful comments from the panel.
Big, big thanks to Cheryl Smith who came up from Eugene for the event and actually spent the night at Hotel Oregon. (Cheryl I slept in until nearly 8 this morning so kinda glad I didn't commit to coffee at 6).
Nice job from Perry Stripling and PK for streaming the event. I got some good feedback already from some of those watching.
A great thanks also to Annette Frank one of our newest members for sitting on the panel in her City Council Member role.
Kudos to Bernadette Hansen for pitching in on the last couple days on short notice. Thanks for working the floor.
Thanks to George Bear for his help on the Power Point presentation and the projector. It really provided a professional backdrop.
A big shout out to Panel Members Andrew Gwin, Annette Frank and Commissioner Mary Stern and Sheriff Jack Crabtree. Coordinating a date to get several elected officials together on the same date without offering food, drinks, or donations can often be tricky.
Thanks much to McMenamins for providing the venue. I hope everyone got a chance to grab a beer or some famous 'tater tots' after.
Finally, a huge debt of gratitude to my wife Christine and my daughter Taylor who are rather apprehensive about my "coming out" on this issue in our community. And for their patience as I prepared for the event.
All in all, it was a well attended event and brought attention to upcoming meetings in cities around the county that are debating whether to regulate or ban medical marijuana facilities.
Don't forget to visit our website at www.Compassionate Oregon.org Be sure to visit the donate page. And "like" us on facebook.
Thanks again everyone.
City of McMinnville enacts ordinance┬ allowing medical marijuana facilities.
In a split vote decided┬ by a rare vote┬ by the mayor, McMinnville City Council voted against banning medical marijuana facilities. In a second vote, again split and decided by the mayor, Council adopts time, place, and manner. It applies 1,000' rule to public library, pool, and community center, limits hours of operation to 10:00am - 7:00pm. It is a small victory but a proposed facility for McMinnville may now move forward.
MERCY TV Live call in show, happens Friday, 7pm: an action item of MERCY - the Medical Cannabis Resource Center. This episode features Perry and Bud Nuggsey talking about the issues and resulting activities facing the medical cannabis community in Oregon, across America and around the World. How to get a Card, where to find Medicine, How to Grow or find a Grower, How to Medicate, Changes, Action items and More. Thanks for watching please subscribe! All the news you need about Medical Cannabis in Oregon.
MERCY-TV capture of Weekly Club meeting, happens Wednesdays, 7pm - 9pm. MERCY - the Medical Cannabis Resource Center holds weekly meetings to network folks on the issues. Want to Get Your Card? Need Medicine Now? Patient Looking for a Grower? or Grower seeking Patient to Grow For? Welcome to The Club! visit - http://mercycenters.org/Club.html Thanks for watching please subscribe! All the news you need about Medical Cannabis in Oregon.
Oregon Health Authority (OHA) Rules Advisory Committee (RAC) meeting (#1) held September 20, 2013, from 9am - Noon, at 875 Union St, Salem, Oregon. Purpose: to discuss and provide input on the development and drafting of the rule and the content of laws governing Medical Marijuana Facilities (MMFs, or "Dispensaries", such as they will be in Oregon) as a result of HB3460.
October 9th, 2013 * 1 - 4 PM * Good Samaritan Cannabis Appreciation day. Purpose: to protest Good(?) Samĺs bad policy of forcing Patients to choose between Opiates and Cannabis. Location of event was main entrance to Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center, corner of 9th street, Elks drive and 99W in north Corvallis. All patients who have been excluded from their (your) medical system, have been forced to take drug tests, forced to choose opiates or cannabis, or humiliated by your doctor - please follow up and show your support for patient inclusion, share your stories. Contact: Ed Julia Glick via FaceBook: Corvallis Cannabis Support Group - www.facebook.com/corvalliscanabisgroup, phone: 541-224-4039 -or- email: email@example.com * Learn more About the Issue >> here
Oregon Health Authority (OHA) Rules Advisory Committee (RAC) meeting held September 20, 2013, from 9am - Noon, at 875 Union St, Salem, Oregon. Purpose: to discuss and provide input on the development and drafting of the rule and the content of laws governing Medical Marijuana Facilities (MMFs, or "Dispensaries", such as they will be in Oregon) as a result of HB3460.
* Monday, September 9, 2013, 10am - 2:30pm * Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana (ACMM) regular meeting with special guest Amanda Reiman, PhD MSW, the California policy manager for the Drug Policy Alliance. Based in San Francisco, Reiman leads DPA's marijuana reform work in California. Reiman has conducted numerous studies on medical marijuana dispensaries, patients and the use of marijuana as a treatment for addiction. Reiman served as the first chairwoman of the Medical Cannabis Commission for the City of Berkeley and has consulted with various cities and states on the development of medical marijuana policy. Reiman is currently a lecturer in the School of Social Welfare at the University of California-Berkeley, where she teaches Drug and Alcohol Policy, Substance Abuse Treatment, and Sexuality and Social Work.
Originally from Chicago, Reiman earned her B.A. in psychology from the University of Illinois-Chicago and her Master's Degree in Social Work from the Jane Addams College of Social Work. Reiman moved to Oakland in 2002 to attend the University of California-Berkeley, where she earned her PhD in Social Welfare in 2006. Amanda's presentation is scheduled for 1pm. At Portland State Office Building, Conference Room 1-A, 800 NE Oregon St, Portland, OR 97232.
* Monday, July 29, 2013, 10am - 2:30pm * Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana (ACMM) special meeting to advise the Oregon Health Authority on administrative rule-making to implement Oregon's new state-licensed dispensary law (HB 3460). At Portland State Office Building, Conference Room 1-D, 800 NE Oregon St, Portland, OR 97232.
Every Wednesday (except Holidays), Next are November 20th, 27th; December 3rd, 10th ... TBA * 7:00pm to 9:00pm * Want to get your Card? Need Medicine Now? Welcome to The Club! The Mercy Club, a Public Meet-Up and our MERCY Weekly TV show hosted by MERCY at 1745 Capital St NE, Salem, OR, 97301. *
For more info, call MERCY at: 503.363-4588 ľor- visit: http://mercycenters.org/Club.html
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Quarterly Meeting of the Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana (ACMM), to discuss issues relevent to the Medical Cannabis community. Organized by Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP), part/s 1 and 2.
OMMP Meeting Part 1 - 12 9 14
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OMMP Meeting Part 2 - 12 9 14 -
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