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• Protect medical cannabis patients and our community
• Develop, implement, and monitor compliance with
operational and safety protocols for collectives
and cooperatives in the Los Angeles area.
• Educate our community about medical cannabis.
Medical Cannabis Activism and Networking
Representation at Local, State and National Levels
Legalization Initiatives 2016
Collectives shall educate their members and the community regarding the responsible use of cannabis, the potential risks and benefits of cannabis use, and other issues impacting their well-being.
Pro-legalization advocates want Congress or the Obama administration to reclassify marijuana under sentencing laws so that it would carry lesser or no criminal penalties. Marijuana is currently considered a “Schedule I” drug, a category that includes heroin and LSD. Even cocaine is deemed less dangerous than pot under federal law.
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The Greater Los Angeles Collective Alliance (GLACA) is a voluntary association of medical cannabis cooperative and collective operators in Los Angeles who have organized around a shared desire to provide safe access to patients with adherence to a strict code of operational guidelines.
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Why Should I Donate to the Greater Los Angeles Collective Alliance?
GLACA has been diligently protecting patient rights and safe access in Los Angeles since 2006.
In all that time we have never been focused on fundraising and self-promotion, but have focused on running therapeutically-focused collectives operating under state and local law, and making sure those collectives have legal options for existence in Los Angeles.
We are expanding our mission and professionalizing our organization and activism as the medical and recreational cannabis landscape in California changes.
In order to best serve you, the legal collective operator, concerned patient, and resident of California, we need to have operational funding.
If you feel like GLACA has contributed and will continue to contribute to safe medical access, patient rights, and the legitimization and normalization of cannabis use for therapeutic purposes in California, please consider donating today.
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