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Prop 215 and SB420

California Medical Marijuana Laws How it Works

California Medical Marijuana Laws  How it Works
By CA- Collective in Prop 215 and SB420

You are entitled to use medical marijuana in California if:

a licensed California physician,
has approved or recommended marijuana (either verbally or in writing),
for the treatment of a serious medical condition.2

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SB 420, and what it means to California medical marijuana patients

SB 420, and what it means to California medical marijuana patients
By CA- Collective in Prop 215 and SB420

SB 420 does not take away Prop 215 rights Prop 215 was a California voter initiative creating HS 11362.5 as our state medical marijuana law, so the legislature cannot change it. Senate Bill 420 is statutory law* creating HS 11362.7 and 11362.8 to establish a voluntary, confidential patient registry administered by the Department of Health Services.

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Text of SB420

Text of SB420
By CA- Collective in Prop 215 and SB420

Existing law, the Compassionate Use Act of 1996, prohibits any
physician from being punished, or denied any right or privilege, for
having recommended marijuana to a patient for medical purposes. The
act prohibits the provisions of law making unlawful the possession or
cultivation of marijuana from applying to a patient, or to a patient'
s primary caregiver, who possesses or cultivates marijuana for the
personal medical purposes of the patient upon the written or oral
recommendation or approval of a physician

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SB 420 Establishes Prop. 215 Guidelines, Voluntary Patient Identification Card System

SB 420 Establishes Prop. 215 Guidelines, Voluntary Patient Identification Card System
By CA- Collective in Prop 215 and SB420

A bill establishing statewide guidelines for Prop. 215 enforcement took effect on January 1, 2004. The bill, SB 420 by Sen. John Vasconcellos, was signed by outgoing Gov. Gray Davis just days after he lost the recall election.

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Text of Prop. 215

Text of Prop. 215
By CA- Collective in Prop 215 and SB420

Sec. (1) a-b The people of the State of California hereby find and declare that the purposes of the Compassionate Use Act of 1996 are as follows:

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Patients' Guide to Medical Marijuana Law in California

Patients' Guide to Medical Marijuana Law in California
By CA- Collective in Prop 215 and SB420

PROPOSITION 215, the California Compassionate Use Act, was enacted by the voters and took effect on Nov. 6, 1996 as California Health & Safety Code 11362.5.

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