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    CA: SF Honors Peron For Medical Cannabis Work

    More than 100 friends of Dennis Peron's came to San Francisco City Hall Tuesday afternoon to thank the ailing gay activist credited with founding the medical marijuana movement. Peron, 70, who is undergoing chemotherapy for cancer, was honored by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors at a...
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    CA: Cannabis Crusades Will Feature Dennis Peron, The Father Of Prop 215, This Friday

    Nevada City, Calif. - Dennis Peron, the father of Prop 215, will guest on the popular radio program, the Cannabis Crusades, this Friday from 12:00 — 2:00pm on KVMR, 89.5fm. He will be discussing his strong opposition to Prop 64, a ballot measure that will decide whether adults 21 years or older...
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    CA: Cannabis Crusades Will Feature Dennis Peron, The Father Of Prop 215, This Friday

    Nevada City, Calif. - Dennis Peron, the father of Prop 215, will guest on the popular radio program, the Cannabis Crusades, this Friday from 12:00 — 2:00pm on KVMR, 89.5fm. He will be discussing his strong opposition to Prop 64, a ballot measure that will decide whether adults 21 years or older...
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    CA: Cannabis Crusades Will Feature Dennis Peron, The Father Of Prop 215, This Friday

    Nevada City, Calif. - Dennis Peron, the father of Prop 215, will guest on the popular radio program, the Cannabis Crusades, this Friday from 12:00 — 2:00pm on KVMR, 89.5fm. He will be discussing his strong opposition to Prop 64, a ballot measure that will decide whether adults 21 years or older...
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    Without Early AIDS Patients, The Medical Marijuana Movement Wouldn't Exist

    From 1994 to 1998, Dennis Peron ran one of San Francisco's most successful marijuana businesses, openly flouting federal and state law by providing the drug to anyone who walked through the door of his Cannabis Buyer's Club (CBC), with one catch: you had to be sick or disabled to get in...
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    Without Early AIDS Patients, The Medical Marijuana Movement Wouldn't Exist

    From 1994 to 1998, Dennis Peron ran one of San Francisco's most successful marijuana businesses, openly flouting federal and state law by providing the drug to anyone who walked through the door of his Cannabis Buyer's Club (CBC), with one catch: you had to be sick or disabled to get in...