Take Action for Cannabis Consumers’ Rights in California!

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AB 2069 (Bonta), which would protect workers from employment disrimination for using medical cannabis, will be heard in the Assembly Labor Committee on Wednesday, April 25th.

Constituents of the following committee members are urged to ask them to support AB 2069. Make sure to tell them that you live in their district!

Tony Thurmond (Chair) – District 15 (Berkeley-Richmond) (916) 319-2015

Heath Flora (Vice Chair) – District 12 (Ripon) (916) 319-2012

Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher – District 80 (San Diego) (916) 319-2080

Reggie Jones-Sawyer – District 59 (Los Angeles) (916) 319-2059

Ash Kalra – District 27 (San Jose) (916) 319-2027

Kevin McCarty – District 7 (Sacramento) (916) 319-2007

You can also take action online

If you don’t know who your Representatives are find out here.

On Monday, April 23 at 2:30 PM, the Assembly Revenue and Taxation committee will hear AB 3157, to temporarily lower taxes on cannabis.

Constituents of the following committee members are urged to ask them to support
AB 3157. Make sure to tell them that you live in their district!

Autumn R. Burke (Chair) – District 62 (Marina del Rey) (916) 319-2062

William P. Brough (Vice Chair) – District 73 (Dana Point) (916) 319-2073

Rob Bonta – District 18 (Oakland) (916) 319-2018 (AB 3157 co-sponsor)

Kansen Chu – District 25 (San Jose) (916) 319-2025

Adam C. Gray – District 21 (Merced) (916) 319-2021

Kevin McCarty – District 07 (Sacramento) (916) 319-2007

Melissa A. Melendez – District 67 (Lake Elsinore) (916) 319-2067

Kevin Mullin – District 22 (South San Francisco) (916) 319-2022

Bill Quirk – District 20 (Hayward) (916) 319-2020

Randy Voepel – District 71 (Santee) (916) 319-2071

Also see: Support AB 3157 to Temporarily Lower Cannabis Taxes

General action alerts:

Support AB 2069 (Bonta) to Protect Medical Marijuana Patients from Employment Discrimination (This bill has a hearing in the Asm. Labor and Employment Committee on 4/25 – see above.)

Support AB 1793 (Bonta) to Automatically Expunge Past Marijuana Convictions (This bill passed committee on 4/17 and is heading to appropriations.)

Support SB 930 (Herzberg) to Expand Banking Options for Marijuana Businesses (This bill has a hearing in the Senate Governance and Finance Committee on 4/25

Support AB 3157 to Temporarily Lower Cannabis Taxes (This bill has a hearing in the Assembly Revenue and Tax committee on 4/23 – see above)

Support AB 1578 (Jones-Sawyer) to make California a Marijuana Industry Sanctuary State (This bill is not currently active.)

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Plan to attend Cal NORML / ASA’s Lobby Day on June 4, 2018 and make your voice heard!

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