Tell Schwarzenegger To Stop The MMJ ID Card Fee Increase!


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California's Department of Health Services (CDHS) is proposing an enormous increase in its annual application fee for the statewide medical marijuana ID card. The proposed increase, from $13 to $142--or more than 1,000% per card--will make the program too expensive for the majority of California's patients, who already incur excessive health care costs.

Please take a few minutes today to contact Governor Schwarzenegger and CDHS Director, Sandra Shewry to express your outrage over the proposed fee-hike on California's sick and dying patients.

California's leaders need to know that their obligation is to protect the state's most vulnerable citizens, not to burden them with prohibitive costs for merely filing paperwork.

Please personalize the message at the link below and send it to the Governor and the CDHS today!

Thank you for supporting affordable access to California's medical marijuana program.

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