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 

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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

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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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