Don Duncan

Americans for Safe Access

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California Director of Americans for Safe Access, a medical marijuana advocacy group, he he sits on the board of directors of a dispensary in West Hollywood 

Don Duncan on KCRW

The City Council's effort to establish some order on medical marijuana in Los Angeles was Proposition D, which won big last night.

Medical Marijuana

The City Council's effort to establish some order on medical marijuana in Los Angeles was Proposition D, which won big last night.

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Measure M  on next week's Los Angeles City ballot would impose a hefty business tax on medical marijuana.

Measure M: LA's Effort to Cash In on Medical Marijuana

Measure M on next week's Los Angeles City ballot would impose a hefty business tax on medical marijuana.

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Oakland and San Francisco tightly regulate sales of medical marijuana.

Progress on the Medical Marijuana Ordinance

Oakland and San Francisco tightly regulate sales of medical marijuana.

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