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American Medical Marijuana Association
FormationFormed in 1999 by Steve Kubby, Ed Rosenthal and Tod H. Mikuriya
TypeVolunteer
Headquarters17415 Ocean Dr., Fort Bragg, CA 95437
Location
  • Online
Websitehttps://americanmarijuana.org/
Medical Cannabis (Marijuana)

The American Medical Marijuana Association (AMMA) is an organization formed to promote and protect legal access to medical marijuana. AMMA was founded in Fort Bragg, California in 1999, by Steve Kubby, Ed Rosenthal, and Tod H. Mikuriya.[1]

AMMA strives to implement, preserve and protect medicinal cannabis patients through political activism. AMMA's activism includes aiding in the defense of cannabis patients should they be prosecuted for possessing medical marijuana. One way AMMA is able to do this is through the sharing of motions, writs, declarations, and demands.

AMMA National Director

AMMA Advisors

  • Richard Cowan: Former National Director of NORML. Member of the Advisory Board of the Drug Policy Foundation. Senior Policy Advisor to NORML. Editor and Publisher, marijuananews.
  • Ed Rosenthal: He has written and edited more than a dozen books about marijuana cultivation and social policy.
  • Rev. Lynnette Shaw: Founder and director of the Cannabis Buyers' Club Marin in Fairfax, California, licensed since 1997.

References

  1. ^ Marin, Cheech; Chong, Tommy (5 November 2013). Cheech & Chong's Almost Legal Book for Stoners. Running Press. ISBN 9780762449880.

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