Napa, CA residents are working hard to get 3,850 signatures so medical marijuana can get voted on. Local residents complain that people who really just want to buy weed do so, but that medical patients seeking good quality and safe access can’t find it. So this new law seems like a natural fit for them.
Volunteers are collecting signatures in front of the Napa County Library and other public venues this week in the hope of overturning the City Council’s December decision to scrap its medical marijuana ordinance. So far, the grassroots effort reports having collected about 3,000 signatures of registered city voters since late December, with 3,850 signatures — 10 percent of the city’s registered voters — needed by the Jan. 16 deadline.
Good luck to the voters out there in Napa.