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CLOSED UNTIL REOPEND AT A NEW LOCATION

ATTENTION:

 

CAFE VALE TUDO WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OF OUR PATIENTS.

WE ARE LOW ON MEDS AND ARE MOVING LOCATIONS AT THE END OF THE MONTH.  AT THIS TIME WE WILL BE CLOSED.  WHEN WE CHANGE LOCATIONS YOU WILL BE CONTACTED VIA EMAIL OR PHONE.  ALSO FEEL FREE TO CHECK OUT WEEDMAPS FOR AN UPDATE OF OUR LOCATION WHEN WE RE-OPEN.  AGAIN WE ARE SORRY AND APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE WE HAVE CASUED YOU AT THIS TIME

SINCERELY,

CAFE VALE TUDO MANAGEMENT

Wax – Dispensary Girl

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Wax – Dispensary Girl

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24601 Raymond Way, Suite 9B
Lake Forest, Ca
92630

(949) 454-9227

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Blowing Smoke: Obama Promises One Thing, Does Another On Medical Marijuana

In the following article excerpt Chris Roberts of SFWeekly.com writes that Obama has failed to hold up his promise to leave medical clubs alone.

It doesn’t seem accurate to say that any of really voted for him based solely on his promise to change marijuana policy, or that most of America thinks that should be one of his top priorities. Still it’s important for the pot community to not let the marijuana movement loose any momentum. Obama you can’t leave us hanging we’re dying out here. Some of more literally than others.

SFWeekly – That familiar odor wafting from San Francisco street corners, storefronts, and the neighborhood growhouse? It’s the smell of legality. Medical cannabis is the law of the land in California, 14 other states, and the District of Columbia. Yet, as many marijuana users will tell you, protection under state law hasn’t guaranteed protection under federal law at all.

It was more obvious under the George W. Bush administration, which pledged to “ignore” state medical marijuana laws and go after marijuana users. For eight years, the federal government “subverted” the will of the states, according to the ACLU, and in the process ignored the Constitution’s guarantees of state sovereignty, as many a pot user has tried to argue in court.

So when Barack Obama’s new administration delivered a message on medical marijuana in February 2009, it was heard loud and clear: The federal government was getting out of the business of busting pot in California and other states where voters had approved medicinal application of the plant. Obama the candidate promised as much during the campaign, and now the new attorney general, Eric Holder, had made it so by issuing guidelines protecting those following state law. Federal policy on medical marijuana had changed.

For that campaign promise — and for pledges to end the Iraq war and reform health care — Obama won many votes from San Franciscans, including people like the 30 medical cannabis users gathered at a former brothel on Mission Street on a recent evening. The low- and no-income folk who constitute the patient advocacy and activist network Axis of Love cannot use their Medicare and Medi-Cal benefits to buy their preferred tonic — federal law makes it thus — and so they must rely on the charity of a few San Francisco cannabis dispensaries for their medicine. Pot and meals are dispensed daily, free of charge, under the supervision of activist Shona Gochenaur. “Obama got a ton of votes from our community,” she says, “for the many campaign promises he made that things would change.”

Read the whole article here: http://www.sfweekly.com/2011-04-06/news/medical-marijuana-raids-obama-eric-holder-legalization-dispensaries-chris-roberts/

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